How does a New York City publicist and party girl turn into a go-to guide for the next generation? In her new book, Spirit Junkie: A Radical Road to Self-Love and Miracles, Gabrielle Bernstein shares the story of how she transformed her life, offering her spiritual journey as a guidebook for overcoming fear, changing perceptions, and creating a life you’re psyched to wake up for.
Bernstein has traded self-doubt and addiction for a new kind of high. In 2005 she became a student of A Course in Miracles and since then she has been guided to teach those spiritual principles to the next generation of seekers.
"In this mixture of humor, grief and how-to instructions on achieving enlightenment, Bernstein offers more than just autobiography or a user’s guide to meditation.... A groovy blend of meditative and instructive writing." (Kirkus)
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Valley Girl Meets ACIM
Sort of. A lot of cutsie words and phrases. Definitely a chick book (no disrespect). Lots of talk about boy friends, self- esteem issues, and drug-addiction. It seemed with all the exercises at the end of each chapter that she was writing her own student manual. I did enjoy her positive attitude but I wouldn't say that this is a deep book with thought provoking reflections on A Course in Miracles.
For Younger Crowd, I guess
Something about Garbrielle doesn't feel right for me. I just don't resonate. Do think she would have great appeal for newbie Course members or in the ages of 20-30 . Author did a good job, it just didn't strike me personally. But then, I am quite used to anything having to do with ACIM blowing my MIND and traveling incredible depths of thought, mystery and spritiual principles. I am used to ACIM being like NOTHING else. This audio fell short for me, but I had SUPER high expectations too.
Nice introudction material for a new student or a younger listener.
- kimbereley "Mystic"