( Extracted from Amazon )
Have you ever wondered about life and its existence?
People usually follow the norms taught to them since the very beginning of their time, never questioning their existence, even when they sound suspicious or abnormal.
I am going to lend you a hand in breaking these shells as you go deeper down the rabbit hole, making the intent more transpicuous at each break. Till your vision, which was clouded by the materialistic tags, gets limpid like never before. You will have a fresh pair of eyes that will alter your perception completely.
We will lay down the foundation in breaking the biggest shell of them all i.e. illusion, however, you won’t really realize the break till all the layers underneath are fragmented. This will happen gradually with a thunderclap as the phase concludes. Each chapter will end in such a manner that you will feel the glassy shell break within you!
So what are you waiting for?
Lay your hands on it today and we shall commence our journey, that will change your perception towards life, its phenotypes and the existence itself forever!
I have read several philosophy books and I quite enjoy the food for thought they provide. This is a very short book, it took me less time to read it ( probably just over 1 hour ) than The Room Behind The Staircase. I did enjoy what this book had to say and the way it very simply portrayed the ideas it envelopes. Complex meanings can also be found if one pays close attention to the words. In a sense it portrays very well even the ideas that it presents. Close attention is deserved in it’s condensed format. I believe it is meant as a gateway for further research and contemplation. This review is not focused on whether I agree or disagree with what it says, but rather from an entertainment standpoint in which it does deliver.
The mixture of modern points, such as incorporating the concept of The Matrix and old points such as Karma was appealing. All the things mentioned in this book were thoughtfully written and engaging.
This topic could be explored with thousands of pages, but the author DRTao broke it down thoughtfully in around 50 pages of text which makes a great faced paced read that revives the mindfulness within. For what it’s worth ( and it does hold it’s weight in words ) I give this book a ★★★★★ 5 stars out of 5 – as good as it gets for the topic it presents!
Guys, until next time – may you find all the happiness that your life can fit in it’s happy spot – S. D. McKinley