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Light is the New Black: A Guide to Answering Your Soul's Callings and Working Your Light Kindle Edition
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This book is poorly written, without depth or substance. It's just the author spouting a bunch of cliches and feel-good mumbo jumbo.
I really enjoyed the fun approaches to finding "you" (possibly on a more superficial level) like finding your tag line, theme song, etc.
What I didn't really get were parts like "Twitter Bios and Fitting In"… I understand where she is coming from, that we cannot worry about trying to define ourselves within 140 characters, you can instantly "feel" just by visiting a social media page. But if there is going to be an entire page dedicated to this topic in a book I would think it should hold more valuable information on the topic, or leave it at simply one sentence. There were a few pages that had me saying "wait, what?". Although, I have to remind myself that in real life I do the same thing, and often jump from topic to topic, but if that sort of thing bothers you this probably isn't the book for you.
The way the book is written is pretty random and can sort of be all over the place, but maybe that is the best part?
I loved Rebecca's approach to making everyone feel included, reminding the reader that there is no separation and we are all light workers, we are all called for a higher purpose, and we can all find our bliss.
It is an amazing book to read, and have the realization that there are parts of us that we close off because we have the need to “fit in” with everyone else. That there are parts that we ignore because we’re focused on the parts that we’ve become good at, so that we can trudge through a 9-5 job (or longer depending on the project).
I’ve realized that since I’ve graduated with my PhD, I have let certain areas become closed off and stagnant due to the need to try to climb the scientific ladder. One of the exercises in the book is to make a list of all the things that light you up, no matter what it is—everyone is different, and that is fine. Another exercise is to write out a list of your ten most unique and eclectic mix of gifts, and to keep it growing by adding to it as you uncover more and more of your uniqueness daily/weekly/yearly.
I highly recommend books by Rebecca Campbell to anyone who is working on personal development