Rings of Truth First Edition
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About the Author
In Jim Britt's Master Key seminars he shows participants how to "let go: of non-supportive feelings, beliefs, and emotions. He has shared his life-enhancing realizations and "breakthrough" technology with more than one million people from all walks of life. Many refer to his lectures and seminars as "The most emotionally invigorating program I have ever attended."
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The lessons in here are good ones about letting go of the things that hold us back and learning to embrace life more fully. And the author genuinely seems to want for everyone to improve their lives by coming to understand and apply these principles.
It's unclear whether the book is purported to be fiction or not. It wouldn't matter, except that the author is asking us to believe that this information was supernaturally revealed to him and that he has a divine mandate from Michael the Archangel to enlighten the rest of us. If those parts were just to "spice up the story" we need to know that.
The author portrays himself as a soap salesman (Amway?) turned motivational speaker who consorts with angels, spirit guides and Michael the Archangel while living in Sedona and jumping back and forth to Hawaii and Joshua Tree. New age spirituality must be easy under those conditions, but I'm not sure that these techniques would work as well for the single Mom in Pittsburgh who's working two jobs to keep a roof over her kids' heads.
I am suspicious of his motives given that, like so many others who have discovered the truth, he has chosen to make a career of charging other people money (in the form of books and seminars) in exchange for enlightenment. If you're just a motivational speaker, fine. But if you have a quasi-religious/supernatural mandate to spread the truth, then it's a bit unseemly to charge $$ for it - especially if you're already financially independent (which he is, according to his web site).
This book is so full of important thoughts on making not only your life better, but how to become happy and fulfilled. A real joy to read.