Thursday, June 22, 2017

Book Review: 'Do What You Love: Essays on Uncovering Your Path in Life' by Henri Junttila

Do What You Love: Essays on Uncovering Your Path in Life
By Henri Junttila

Review by Rebecca Johnson

"Doing what you love means listening to what makes you come alive." ~ Henri Junttila

Are you ready to step out into the unknown to find your dream life? This book has good advice about how to be brave and how to trust your inner guidance. As Henri Junttila says: " are the creator of your experience." So many people are waking up to the fact that their thoughts create their circumstances. I felt that this author has lived his advice and is an encouraging beautiful soul. He really wants to see you happy in the life of your choice.

This book will arrive in your life at exactly the right time. While this book is appropriate for people of any religion or belief there is something spiritual about the writing. This book encourages you to think deeper about your life and to pursue your life purpose. What were you put on the earth to do? You may discover this while reading.

So I'm encouraged after reading this book and I think you will be too.

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