Date Published: October 27, 2016
In her debut non-fiction title, Kelli Hackett delivers a simple, no-nonsense guide to nourishing the soul. The First Few Steps: A Beginner’s Guide to Practical Soul Care describes the action steps she took in her own life to revive a spirit illness she didn’t even know she had… until it became too painful to ignore.
This guide aggregates several major recovery tools and principles into a quick, easy-to-read, how-to manual in healing the spirit. Offering a fresh perspective on how to prevent death of the spirit, this book includes techniques in NLP and meditation, borrows from 12-step recovery principles, incorporates the work of leading healers, and draws from the author’s personal experience.
After practicing each Action Step, you will know how to:
* Put yourself and your health first
* Keep moving forward, no matter what
* Remove negativity from your life
* Find a mentor
* Enjoy the present moment
* Discover the lesson in everything
* Start healing your inner child
* Depend on your inner spiritual strength
* Begin a meditation practice
* Live and let live
Using the tools laid out neatly in this guide, you can tap into an internal source of power that will enliven your spirit and give you a life of wisdom, purpose, and peace.
I think the best thing for me about this novel was t he fact that I believed Kelli Hackett. What do I mean by that? She gave advice in a way where she connected to her reader and their situations. She is an example of how these steps can work and that really works in her favor.
The way this novel is laid out is perfect. Each chapter is straight to the point and you know exactly what your are going to get out of it. Everyone will have a different need when reading this. You will have picked it up for a different reason that another reader, but the way it is organized will allow you to find exactly what you are looking for. You will gain what you are needing from reading it and then be pointed in other directions to get even more out of the read.