Saturday, June 18, 2016

#Review: S.A.I.N.T.: How to live more fully in the Spirit by Charles Jacquin #spiritual #selfhelp

"Is it possible to be a saint in this life? The answer is yes! S.A.I.N.T., a new practice, describes in specific detail how to reshape your perceptions and behavior to do just that. This is not about becoming a saint proclaimed by church authorities. This is a lifestyle, a way of functioning in this world. There are five specific steps required. Each step is illustrated and explained, so that you can fully experience God working in your life, just as historical saints did. Sainthood does require commitment to heavenly standards. Explore how you can see the world you live in through the eyes of a saint. 

S.A.I.N.T. opens you to the possibility of miracles happening every day. By applying the principles outlined in this book, you can open the window to the divine. Find your inner peace. Fear, rejection, or lack of personal self-esteem can no longer hold you back from being who you really are. S.A.I.N.T. invites you to recognize the saint that you are. If you are tired of the same old drumbeat of life’s ups and downs, read how to live more fully in the spirit. The method is here! It’s time to shine your light to the world." 

My review:
This is an amazing spiritual insight from a man who for 40 years thought nothing of spirituality.
He has a personal encounter with God and his life is changed for ever. He transforms his life in living as the saint he is meant to be. 

He describes being a "saint" in five easily obtainable  and clear words, thus S.A.I.N.T. It is a journey he began and one that he shares with those he meets and those who read his book. You do not have to be extraordinary to follow just be open.

This book is timeless and worth the read for anyone who has lost their way, seeking a personal journey with God, needing to find the meaning of life, or just do not know what to do with life in general. 

Usually, this reader when reviewing a religious, spiritual, or self-help book, reads the book as a scholarly work. That is what I began this book with as well, but by the end, it meant more to me than I expected.

5 stars!

Disclosure: I "happened" to have met the author and had conversation with him before I read his book. He only told me that he was an author but never disclosed what was in his book and allowed me to find the book on my own. As it was, I found the book in my local library. Even having met the author, my review and opinions here are 100% my own and may differ from yours. M.M. Hudson aka Naila Moon

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