Official Review: The Unbound Soul by Richard L. Haight [March 2019 Book of the Month]

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Re: Official Review: The Unbound Soul by Richard L. Haight

Post by mariakavo88 » 05 Nov 2018, 22:40

I like how this book is not just a how to, but also incorporates real life experiences and lessons that the author has learned throughout his travels. I think this book would be very useful for those trying to find their path or explore some more deeper meanings behind life. Thanks for the review.

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Post by Jsovermyer » 05 Nov 2018, 22:41

Very good and in-depth review! This book sounds like it would be helpful for finding enlightenment and spirituality. I have seen other books by Richard Haight also reviewed favorably. I'll have to check out his books.

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Post by Calliey Brett » 05 Nov 2018, 22:45

The unbound soul by Richard L Haight

This book talks about the spiritual world. It is all about the author having a dream of Jesus where he tells him to find his bones since it has his teachings in it. The author tells one about spiritual life where one might stop believing in other things. Like christians will believe that God exists but they will be questioning if heaven or hell exist.The book helps one to be spiritually bonded .

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Post by Sicily Joy » 05 Nov 2018, 22:46

Thanks for a great review. I liked that author does not just give suggestions on how to reach enlightenment, he first talks about his personal path. His path from Christianity to Japanese martial arts sound quite interesting.

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Post by rave_2 » 05 Nov 2018, 22:57

Nice review!

I love that this book is humorous and inspirational. I kind of wonder what his views on the afterlife are...
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Post by starshipsaga » 05 Nov 2018, 23:04

It sounds like the author has led a very interesting life and has experienced many extraordinary things, and I'm glad he's able to impart some of that wisdom in this self-help book. I'm not really into this genre, but I'm glad it's been inspirational to you and so many.

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Post by Fozia-Bajwa » 05 Nov 2018, 23:05

An unbound Soul is a story of author's autobiography. His childhood has been explained in a pretty way which is far much better than the childhood of any other child. In a very early childhood, he met Jeus in his dream and got a mythical experience.

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Post by Disneyland » 05 Nov 2018, 23:07

'Official Review: The Unbound Soul by Richard L. Haight' describes the contents of the book in a light and entertaining manner. It becomes clear to the reader what the book is about. The reviewer tries to make the message of the book universal, in an elegant way.

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Post by ShailaSheshadri » 05 Nov 2018, 23:20

Good review! It looks like this book is a spiritual guide and a self-help book. The author has written about his own spiritual experiences and living methods that keep him calm and inspired. He upholds meditation and dancing as ways to get inner strength and calmness. The book is almost flawless so far the grammar part is concerned. This book is recommended for all those who are spiritual and want to lead a good life.

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Post by kemp1kor » 05 Nov 2018, 23:21

It’s interesting that the author begins the book with an autobiography, and I’m sure it provides insight into how the author improved his life with certain methods. I’m especially curious about Shinkaido, although I probably won’t end up reading the entire book.

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Post by ParadoxicalWoman » 05 Nov 2018, 23:40

I enjoyed reading the review. However, this book is not my type of read. I believe this book will get its own audiences which subsribe the same belief as the author.
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Post by Rosemary Khathibe » 06 Nov 2018, 00:19

A book with engaging, humorous, and inspirational narration is a must read. I also like the fact that there are meditation techniques. Nice review!

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Post by Sumbule1 » 06 Nov 2018, 00:25

The novel guides readers towards finding their own spiritual ways in life. It's an interesting novel for readers who wish to be transformed.

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Post by primeRex » 06 Nov 2018, 00:34

The degree of detail here shows how intrigued you really are about this book. I would love to know the authors perception of religion and spirituality.

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Post by Shrabastee » 06 Nov 2018, 00:35

Thanks for the enlightening review! I am currently reading his second book, so I am familiar with his narrating style and the meditation techniques. However, I did not know the backstory which I believe can be gleaned from this first book. I would definitely like to read this one.

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