Official Review: Sacred Life by Bedri Cag Cetin Ph.D.

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Official Review: Sacred Life by Bedri Cag Cetin Ph.D.

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[Following is an official review of "Sacred Life" by Bedri Cag Cetin Ph.D..]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Sacred Life is an autobiography and a spiritual guidebook by Bedri Cag Cetin. The author intends to use his stories and lessons to transform and bring light to his audience's mind.

Bedri Cag Cetin, like every other young man, paints a beautiful picture of how he wants his future to turn out. And he channeled all his efforts into his academics to make his dreams come true. He was born into a reputable home. The author recounts the challenges he faced in his pursuit of a fulfilled life. He suffered tragedy, fear, betrayal, abuse, and pain. It all started when he fell into a love trap with a married woman. What he thought was love became a mere mirage. Though he moved on, he was caught up in another web of love and got married. Did this one work? Did he find fulfillment in it? Find out. Life's obstacles kept building up until the author had an encounter with his divine Inner Guide. He had to locate a spiritual teacher to help harness this new awakening and mentor him. As a result, he started enjoying inner peace and guidance after submitting to his Inner Guide.

Interestingly, the mind has only two guides to choose from: ego (darkness/evil) and the Inner Guide (Divine Light). The author uses his teachings to enlighten readers about these two powerful choices. Bedri admonishes us to make a 'sacred choice' by acknowledging our Inner Guide and embracing a life full of truth and miracles.

There are so many lessons to learn from this life-changing book. First, embracing total forgiveness regardless of who's right or wrong is a pathway to enjoying true happiness and inner peace. I also learned how to say a silent prayer and commit all my worries to my Inner Guide and trust everything to fall into place. More so, putting my happiness in someone means giving that person the power to make me unhappy and miserable.

I liked that the author didn't hide his vulnerabilities and mistakes. He was open enough to tell his story, making it so real and relatable. I must say that choosing to review this book was divine, and I'm sure my Inner Guide led me to it. I connected so deeply with the author that I felt this book was written for me and wished I had come across it earlier.

The author did a great job of infusing his autobiography with spiritual teachings and discoveries. What I like most about this book is that the author didn't advise his audience against getting medical care when it is necessary. His message is clear on submission to one's Inner Guide but also doing the needful. There's absolutely nothing to dislike about this book. The writing style is so easy to follow and comprehend. I must commend the author for adding a glossary at the beginning of this book because it gives readers an in-depth insight into the read. The pictures added in this book also made it engaging and more appealing.

This book will take readers into a new realm of discovery that is different from the norm. I'd recommend it to readers who seek inner peace, personal transformation, divine guidance, and spiritual awakening. The editing work is flawless, and I must applaud Linda Wee-Henz, the editor, for a job well done. This book is exceptionally edited, without any typos. Hence, I'm happy to give Sacred Life a perfect rating of 4 out of 4 stars.

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Post by Maria 29 »

Thank you so much for this review! I keep finding awesome books and this one is not an exception. It seems to be a book suitable for my personal development:)
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Post by Mwatu »

The concept of an inner guide is a lovely one to come across. This sounds like a book I would benefit from. Thank you for this review!
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Post by Mtibza eM »

Thank you for sharing such a beautiful review;-5 I don't think I will enjoy this book.
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It sounds like a difficult challenge to incorporate your own life and spiritual teachings together so well. I’m very interested to read it!
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I am piqued by the concept of a Divine inner guide and would like to find out what it is. Great review.
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Post by Mbrooks2518 »

I'm not a fan of biographies, but it sounds like an interesting book. Great review!
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Post by sssns »

More so, putting my happiness in someone means giving that person the power to make me unhappy and miserable.
This is a nice takeaway. Thanks for the insights.
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I love books that share stories of people's difficult journey to finding a fulfilled life, so as to encourage others currently going through similar struggles to keep pushing.

Great review.
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Inner peace, first time I heard this word in Kung Fu Panda and thought what foes it mean? and after reading the book I believe divine light will answer my queries. You've written a wonderful
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Post by Chizioboli »

Wow, what a graceful bio this is. Thank you for this awesome review. I hope to read this book soon
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What an interesting guide. Thank you for your insightful and well-written review. I enjoyed reading it!
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Post by RayRuff »

I don't think this is something I would enjoy reading honestly. I wouldn't mind listening or engaging in a conversation about it instead. Nonetheless, I think the review was terrific. Thank you :)
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Post by cd20 »

This sounds like an interesting and enlightening book. I love how the author encourages the reader toward a 'sacred choice.' Thanks for an informative review.
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Post by MarianaFigueira »

Thank you so much for the detailed review! I don't think this is my cup of tea though.
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