4 out of 4 stars
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Judi Miller grew up being afraid. As a small child, she could see spirits around her but was able to suppress that part of herself as she got older. However, she felt like she was different from everyone else. For some unknown reason, Mrs. Miller was scared of the dark and terrified of being raped. She also had difficulty talking and expressing her thoughts.
Upon discovering she needed a hysterectomy, she became petrified of the surgery, believing she would no longer feel whole. To overcome her fear, the author decided to go to a healer named Diana (not her real name). At the time, she didn’t know how much seeing Diana would alter her life. Her book, Perfect: A Path to Love, Forgiveness and Transformation, was written to share her journey with readers and pass on what she had learned to help others transform their lives for the better.
I enjoyed reading Mrs. Miller’s book. Her writing was interesting and easy to understand; I had to keep reminding myself that this was an autobiography and not a fictional story. She reminds us that there are many wonders in our world that most of us do not see or comprehend. Some people are capable of appreciating these marvels as children but lose the ability while growing up.
Most readers will probably identify with some of the personal problems that the author dealt with, like feeling different from others or experiencing fear of something for an unknown reason. Therefore, it is easy to empathize with her as she bravely exposes her life for all to see, including her weaknesses as well as her strengths.
The author included specific exercises and suggestions that she used on her journey to wellness; this is to aid the readers in overcoming their problems. I really appreciated these suggestions. For example, she mentions that the way we stand and whether we smile or frown can make a difference in our mental status. This may seem unimportant, but it can cause a change in our attitude and, consequently, our well-being.
Quite a bit of the book deals with reincarnation, angels, and spirits in our world. If the reader does not believe in these things and possesses no interest in learning about them, they probably should skip the book. However, for people willing to hear more, it is a fascinating subject. I’m unsure if the book itself will convince anyone, but it might open their eyes to the possibility of those things. Who knows? It might even be life changing.
Because I enjoyed this intriguing book and discovered nothing to dislike, Perfect: A Path to Love, Forgiveness and Transformation achieves a rating of four out of four stars. I enthusiastically recommend it to anyone searching for spiritual growth if they are open to learning more about reincarnation and the supernatural world around us. Highly skeptical readers who can not accept these things are possible and people who don’t want to entertain the possibility of anything other than their current religious beliefs might not appreciate the book. Much of the story centers around a rape; although explicit details are not provided, sensitive readers who may be triggered by it are urged to look elsewhere.
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