Sunday, April 24, 2011

Review: Awaken the Kryst Within by A'dayara BudAea Rivera

Awaken the Kryst Within: Memoirs of an IndigoIn 2000, after twenty years of drug, sex and alcohol addiction, Adayara BudAea Rivera witnessed an immense, inner consciousness shift as a result of a near-fatal drug-alcohol overdose. Since that multi-dimensional walk-in, walk-out experience, Adayara searched many spiritual traditions for the answers of WHO am I, WHERE do I come from, WHAT is my purpose and WHERE am I going after death; all of them falling short until he chose to "Awaken the Kryst Within" himself.

Received from the publisher for review.

This one gets one star.  The slim volume (under 100 pages) frankly didn't do much for me.  I wanted to like it, but just couldn't.  The excessive use of both bold and italic text was just distracting and quickly annoying.  The author's autobiographical story was just plain odd.  The suspension of disbelief required to complete reading this was simply beyond me.  I cannot recommend this unless you follow the author's beliefs. 

☆☆ = Didn't Like It


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