Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It
HarperCollins Publishers Limited, Feb 6, 2020 - Self-acceptance - 240 pages
The bestselling self-published phenomenon addressing our urgent need for self-love in the world today.
Kamal Ravikant knows misery well. In 2011, the company Kamal had spent the last ten years of his life nurturing and growing, suddenly and embarrassingly went under. He experienced a profound depression, the kind that made him physically ill and bedridden. The only source of light in this darkest moment was a meditation, a chant that came to him and provided the only source of comfort he could muster: I love myself.
Kamal began his transformational journey by repeating this over and over to himself. I love myself. I love myself. I love myself. Even when he didn't believe it (especially when he didn't believe it).This meditation grew in the form of a system of tools for keeping him positive, balanced, and moving forward. Kamal's spiritual healing changed his physical and emotional states, and his entire person shifted for the better.
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It is the powerful story of Kamal's radical self-growth journey and his specific practice for readers. Dynamic, vulnerable, page-turning and ultimately life-changing, these pages hold a universal appeal for anyone who has ever struggled to get out of bed in the morning or smile through profound sadness.
Now expanded with new reader oriented lessons, and a powerful and transformative personal story of the practice in action.
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I listened to this in bits in pieces as it was very repetitive. I put it down and read something else and came back hoping there would be a tidbit that I could glean from it. I finished it and got the ... Read full review
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