I received this book for review and since I have read extensively about vibrational lifestyle and mindful living, I was keen to see if it offered more enlightenment. Read on to see what I thought about The Kybalion: The Three Initiates.
I expected this book to be a challenging read due to its subject, and I was proved right. I did enjoy reading it, however, and while I had to concentrate a little more than I might with other books, it wasn’t as intellectually challenging as I feared. I would recommend this book if you are interested in subjects relating to vibrational living, being mindful, and what it truly means to live as a spiritual being. It doesn’t profess to change your life or make it better, but it should leave you feeling more aware of what is really going on around you, and what the bigger picture is.
About the Book
As a modern version of one of the greatest classics of esoteric literature, this book is rich in symbolism with a narrative and visual manifestation that will mesmerise the reader. Simultaneously simple and complex, this work will help open wide the door of knowledge. Each chapter is accompanied by an image whose graphic, enigmatic, and archetypal form artistically represents the infinite wisdom that the work possesses. These optical illusions give the reader a better visualization of the universe and how immensely infinite it is, in addition to how imperceptible it may be in the eyes of the human being…
Buy the book: Amazon; Waterstones; WH Smith.
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