What’s your gift? No, I’m not talking about the trinket you recently received for a birthday or festive celebration. I’m talking about your gift to the world. The one you can use to help others, and thereby help yourself. Yes. That one. The reason you are Here.
Brother and sister team Aziz and Lichtenstein came through an unnaturally adverse and tragic upbringing and an intense love/hate sibling relationship before coming together to write Discover the Gift. This adversity certainly fuelled the passion and peace with which they turned their relationship around – and penned this detailed tome on finding your purpose and embracing the intuitive mind.
As Albert Einstein once said:
The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honours the servant and has forgotten the gift.
Beginning with part one – a fascinating overview of their own heart-wrenching journey from hatred and mistrust to acceptance and love – the authors reveal the story behind their emotional enlightenment, and the defining moment that brought them together.
In part two – the reader is guided through eight steps to discover and unfold their own Gift – or Life Purpose. Each step has an associated mandala – a source of inspiration and meditation – that also represent the chakras, or energy centres, that flow through the body. When these chakras are opened, our energy and wellbeing increases, allowing us to more fully embrace life and more easily access our Gift.
The eight steps include the development of receptivity and flexibility, intention and attention, inner- and inter-action, sharing and reciprocity, vibration and energy, adaptability and transformation, compassion and unity – all clearly defined and gently laid open for exploration.
Featuring wisdom-filled quotes and revelations from such well-respected sages as Jack Canfield, Sue Morter, Janet Bray Attwood and his Holiness the Dalai Lama, the book also provides defined opportunities for growth, breath practices, affirmations, mental manifestation, meditation and more.
Discover the Gift is not an airy-fairy wishfest of gossamer fluff. It is rooted in strong, perceptive spiritual practices that have stood the test of time and are grounded by a very real and moving story between two people who have come back together at all odds – and have succeeded in altering the course of not only their sibling relationship, but their lives. Sharing what they have learned is a Gift indeed, and if this book does nothing more than make you realize your possibility, then that may just be all you need.