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The Anti Guru Guide to Self-Help: Weaving In Your Own Lane (What Makes You Think) (Volume 1) Paperback – June 17, 2015
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About the Author
KRISTINE ANN KRESKA moved to California in 1996 as a corporate sales trainer in the commercial real estate industry. Raised in Michigan with a degree in Management Information Systems, she was unfamiliar with “spiritual” dogma. Working as a retained headhunter, advertising executive and entertainment professional allowed her the free time to explore many healing modalities and study with “Gurus” known worldwide to further understand “spiritual” practice. Kristine is a certified Tibetan Reiki Master, Tao Member, Ayahuasca Initiate, Oneness Deeksha Giver, Certified Hypnotist and graduate of Vipassana. Kristine is now a full-time film producer and writer living in Los Angeles.
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I found that reading my own words/writing days later was extremely helpful. The first question asked of the reader is — what makes you think ignoring the truth is progress? In your face but I know the BECAUSE I'm reading her book, I'm ready to face the truth of my life! This one question got me in the mood to work on me and kept me coming back and ready for more!
One other question that really struck home was — What makes you think you can't be kind while you disagree?! I say this all the time so reading it and working through it really resonated.
I also liked the exercise, the work, not just going through the thinking process. Such as after each question the reader is asked to write down what steps they're going to take to change. I find once I write something down, I'll actually do it!
Highly recommended for anyone. Easy to comprehend, approachable yet direct in nudging the reader forward on their journey.