Lee speaks from the heart and soul to share with us that Everything that we are experiencing - emotionally, spiritually, physically have a role and place in creation. His words are so fluid and very easy to understand, while narrating rather complex topics that shed light on our hidden fears of own successes and potentials. There are applicable exercises in here that can be done anywhere. I've read it out loud on the train, in bed, at work, while waiting for my coffee.. - because that is how accessible And very straight forward they are! I can pronounce and read all the words, no jargons. The only challenge was/is myself - to bring my full self here and with the content. I dove right into an activity which I initially enjoyed so much and even made an artwork alongside it - List 50 things you love about yourself. After reading and connecting with the chapter, I realized how most of it was what was convenient for me because others could also benefit from them, ...and little did I actually fully embrace them. The book, in just a few chapters opened up many blocks that I'd stuffed away while living in our fast culture. And wow, did my artmaking of self love suddenly become a giant piece to work through.... yay! ...nay.... but really, yay!!! Shadow work is the real deal. Lee demonstrates that Self-love truly is a practice, and easily misinterpreted when we are so caught up... boundaries was another thing that this book showed me I had been neglecting for myself, and holding myself accountable for taking Good care and a Good look at myself. This is not an easy read, while it is a simple and very accessible read.. because Lee and his channeled messages from the Z's Will tap into your heart deeply. I've read the chapters over and over, to realign and rewire my thinking. This has become like a resourceful recipe book to me, which I revisit frequently.