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The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace Paperback – September 11, 2011
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I for one loved and enjoyed The Rainbow Bridge: Bridge to Inner Peace and to World Peace by author Brent N. Hunter. He truly has inspired and re-focused me on the path to success that starts with helping others, instead of having everything focused on me. All of us live in a world that, in many ways teaches us to lookout for #1, which is you, rather then helping others. The result is aggression and chaos when all of us, together can work together in a world filled with Peace and Harmony.
One of the aspects that I liked about this book is that it is centered on the principles of our ever-changing modern world. This is important because our world is in constant motion and the last thing I was looking for when reading this book was an outdated read that deals with topics that play to no effect on the issues we face today. Everything from Terrorism to Poverty is discussed in a manner that will open your eyes to the importance of change. That change starts with our own selves and if we are able to somehow refocus our own priorities and center them on love and peace then all of us can get on The Rainbow Bridge of unity and harmonic abundance.
An astounding well-written book that will leave you breathless inspiring you to make a change for the better. I for one have become a fan of Author Brent N. Hunter and encourage everyone to check out his book.
In the first part of the book, Hunter defines the concept of Rainbow Bridges and the phenomenon and yearning for connection that carries it forward. The second part delves into an exploration of the principles of the concept, making connections between various other religious and philosophical teachings to show the cross-cultural universality of the principles. I really loved how the ideas are presented so beautifully and easy to understand, making the material broadly accessible and making it a model of the very open, friendly connectedness it teaches. There are 60 sections that can easily serve as daily thought meditations individually after you have finished reading the entire book. The concepts at the end of Part II are necessary reading and felt truly supportive of seekers and had direct relevance to my individual path. Part III focuses on cultivating inner peace and contains excellent meditation instruction along with other tools for mindfulness and an integration of the concept of The Rainbow Bridge, and then the book supports and challenges readers with an in-depth analysis of how we can share that inner peace outward by building a human-centered society and world politically, economically and culturally. It's rare to find an author who can first of all make all of these connections, and secondly share it all so eloquently with readers. I left the book feeling wiser, centered, purposeful and empowered.
There's much more, including inspiring quotes, resources and specific examples. In all, I am struck by the way The Rainbow Bridge synthesizes important universal principles and puts handles on them so that are easy to grasp and integrate. This is an essential read and is most definitely one to share, creating bridges of wisdom with the recipients!
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