Some books are small in size but enormous in impact. The Universe Always Has a Plan by Matt Kahn is one such example of a poignant read reinforcing valuable life lessons. AND it should be on everyone’s bookshelf.
Imagine a guidebook that encourages you to be okay with who you are and understand that those who don’t accept you or blame you are simply not happy with themselves.
It’s a perspective shift that takes courage—and time to develop this helpful habit—but by doing so, it quiets the inner critic enough to look at things with less judgement and more logic.
Success comes in all forms, including accepting that there’s a pre-existing plan for who you are and what you are meant to do. When you experience the liberation of letting go you are opening up your heart and mind for what is meant to be. This is an incredibly powerful experience that can transform the way you look at your life.
Kahn is a healer as well as a best-selling author. He uses his prose to encourage the reader to think differently and to be open to new ideas and self-exploration, versus holding tightly to limitations and attachments.
I especially admire how Kahn starts the book with the first rule: You’ve done nothing wrong.
This sets the tone for self-acceptance and understanding. In rule number six, he addresses the countenance that the ego thinks in extremes and that can not only be paralyzing but also false. Letting go of the ego and accepting the balance of courage and the plan the universe has in store is very liberating and will do wonders for those craving personal and life success but who are continually getting in their own way. Ahem, yes, I get it!
This little gem of a book is filled with exercises and mantras that encourage the reader to escape the imprisoning need to be “all things to all people.” And in doing so, you’re receiving a gift of perspective in which “the soul rejoices” in the “miraculous plan the Universe has always had for you.” Visit the author’s page for more information on Matt Kahn and his upcoming book release date.
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