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Trust Your Truth

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Enjoyed the easygoing approach of this book. The author doesn't seem to be one of those that take themselves too seriously, so therein lays leeway and room for the reader to find their own truth in the way he describes the inner work to be attempted throughout.
If you're used to shadow work and the chakras and all that, there won't really be much new in this one for you, but as a different perspective, it's well worth a shot
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I've never read about chakras before, but I was interested in learning more about trusting myself. This book was relatable and useful--I've been using her ideas since reading it!
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This book was different than anything else I’ve ever read. It was interesting to have a different take on self healing. I enjoyed the book.
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I love the design of this book. I love how it really is a good self-help guide and gets to the nitty gritty about how self doubt can impact your life. It gives a lot of good tips on how to overcome self doubt and truly live your life for you and not anyone else.
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This is an in-depth explanation of chakras. I'm not sure the title really gives the book justice in that there is no way to tell that this book explains chakras. I actually found it quite revealing at its thorough explanations. The author also shares stories and life experiences, along with tips for living up to your values.
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The overall message of this book resonates with me. But the content is based on superstition, not science. Personally, I don't find that useful.

Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received.
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Fun, light hearted, comforting. Shannon did a great job integrating knowledge of chakra healing and yogic terms into a book that can be easily digested for those with or without any background. The meditations are simple and I really enjoyed the fact that downloads are provided (what a nice touch!). This book is great for someone just starting to dabble into yoga for a way to heal the mind.
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How frustrating is it to be told by all the different sources the things you must do to be successful in life? This book definitely does NOT do that. It instead takes an empathetic approach and gives bite size approaches and allows you to have kindness and patience with yourself when dealing with life. This is so necessary for everyone to read in life. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.
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Shannon Alego in Trust Your Truth is a book, that I'm afraid to say, is a rather fluff book. It is one that you can breeze through in an afternoon and not really "get" it rather hope that on some level the information stayed within your subconscious somewhere.
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