Book Review: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr Joe Dispenza

I only review books that have blown my mind, helped me grow and taught me things I couldn’t possibly have figured out for myself. My reviews are bulleted for easy consumption. You can read my full notes on this book here. REASONS I ADORED THIS BOOK: It’s the Law of Attraction explained as quantum physics by a neuroscientist. For those of us who desperately want … Continue reading Book Review: Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr Joe Dispenza

Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr Joe Dispenza – my full notes

My “full” notes don’t cover 3 areas of the book: (1) the lengthy description of how quantum physics work, (2) the lengthy description of how our neural networks work, (3) the details of Dispenza’s meditation process The way to mastery is PHILOSOPHY (learning intellectual info) —> INITIATION (initiating that knowledge into life by applying it enough times until you MASTER it If you wait for … Continue reading Breaking the Habit of Being Yourself by Dr Joe Dispenza – my full notes

Polyvagal Theory: how our nervous system really works

I have just finished The Pocket Guide to the Polyvagal Theory by Dr Stephen Porges. I found it a really tough, technical read. That said, I persevered because I found its messages to be incredibly important. This book has profoundly changed the way I understand my nervous system (admittedly off a very low base!!). My previous understanding of my nervous system: I need to spend … Continue reading Polyvagal Theory: how our nervous system really works

My full notes: Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss

Tools of Titans is hands-down one of my favourite books of all time, and probably the one I’ve gifted the most. It’s a ridiculously valuable compilation of life advice from many seriously talented and successful people. Full disclosure: Tim divided the interviewees into Healthy, Wealthy and Wise categories and I liked this so much that I nicked it for this site! I organised my notes … Continue reading My full notes: Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss

My full notes: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani

When I read the paper copy last summer I made detailed notes in Evernote so I that could refer to them easily. Since my move to Kindle, I do this with far fewer books so enjoy! You can also read my book review of this book here. Question the Brules  Often our religion or politics are not what we would choose but come from being … Continue reading My full notes: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani

Book Review: The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates

I only review books that have blown my mind, helped me grow and taught me things I couldn’t possibly have figured out for myself. My reviews are bulleted for easy consumption. REASONS I ADORED THIS BOOK: It’s a very frank, vulnerable, personal insight into the mind of a woman who we know as a hugely wealthy and high-profile public figure. I thought her honesty was … Continue reading Book Review: The Moment of Lift by Melinda Gates

Book Review: Wolfpack by Abby Wambach

I only review books that have blown my mind, helped me grow and taught me things I couldn’t possibly have figured out for myself. My reviews are bulleted for easy consumption. REASONS I ADORED THIS BOOK: (Abby Wambachis a two-time Olympic gold medallist, FIFA World Cup champion and the highest all-time international goal scorer for male and female soccer players. Abby packs a ton of … Continue reading Book Review: Wolfpack by Abby Wambach

Book Review: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani

I only review books that have blown my mind, helped me grow and taught me things I couldn’t possibly have figured out for myself. My reviews are bulleted for easy consumption. REASONS I ADORED THIS BOOK: (I’ve read it 3x and made copious notes on Evernote which I dip into frequently, so you get the idea. I first read it on a sunlounger last summer, … Continue reading Book Review: The Code of the Extraordinary Mind by Vishen Lakhiani

6 reasons why Emily Fletcher’s Ziva Technique is the most effective form of meditation I’ve tried

SPOILER: It’s because she removes all the reasons that make us feel like we ‘failed’ to meditate properly. I’ve been a bit of a ‘spiritual tourist’ with my meditation efforts over the last couple of years and have found it difficult to find a keeper. The main problem with most forms I’ve tried is that I can’t quiet my mind. It turns out that this … Continue reading 6 reasons why Emily Fletcher’s Ziva Technique is the most effective form of meditation I’ve tried