Thursday, October 29, 2015

Review: Journey of a Shaman by John Norseman

John Norseman looks back at the incredible journey that led him to become the Ceo of four major companies, travel throughout the world, and eventually become a shaman.

The story begins with his traumatic childhood, which taught him the importance of learning to forgive others and close doors to move forward with confidence.

As you read his story, you'll learn valuable lessons, such as following your heart instead of your head, the importance of walking away from all negativity, and realizing that the only thing stopping you from achieving what you want are the own blocks in your own mind.

Norseman learned from many spiritual healers, teachers, and guides on his journey, and he overcame abuse, rebuilt self-esteem, turned personal weaknesses into strengths, developed right-brain spiritual awareness, and discovered the meaning of love in its spiritual sense.

Join a shaman on a life-changing journey, and discover how dreams and determination can help you achieve the impossible.

Received for review

I wanted to like this, I really did, but I just couldn't.  This was yet another autobiography of a rich dude who thinks he's more enlightened than everyone else because he has so much money that he can just quit his job and live as a Wayne Dyer wannabe.  Yawn.

I frankly couldn't care less about his life as a CEO, or his life after he found his calling of not having to work because he's so loaded.  There were some marginally interesting stories sprinkled throughout the book but overall they left me unsatisfied and didn't make me like the author any better.

Overall, unless you are actually into listening to rich guys tell you what you're doing wrong for not being rich and "enlightened" like they are then I'd give this a pass.  I really cannot recommend it.

★★☆☆☆ = Just Okay

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