Book Review: One-legged Seagull

Book Description:

Did you ever wonder what specific steps you can take to transform your life, so you can experience more inner peace? Have you ever thought that books about self-transformation are too vague to be helpful, filled with pie-in-the-sky platitudes and difficult-to-follow instructions? Take a journey with Ehud and Simon, as they discover strategies and techniques that help them change frustration and anger into peace of mind. Ehud, a young teenager, meets Simon after a terrible personal disaster–failing his green belt test at the local dojo. Together they learn how to handle life’s ups and downs with more grace and patience. Discover how Ehud and Simon are linked in a mysterious, behind-the-scenes way. Their connection points up the way that all of consciousness is a part of one whole reality, a reality defined by compassion and the unfolding potential for joy. Decipher these and other mysteries, in an easy to read format outlined in my new fictional story, One-Legged Seagull, a Warrior’s Journey to Inner Peace.
About the Author:
Joey Avniel is passionate about helping people to find their own inner peace. As a former officer in the army he mastered the way of the warrior, but was missing the essential components of peace and happiness. After his service he started to search his own path to inner peace. He received self-improvement training, and then trained others through several different self-improvement programs. Eventually he developed what he calls “The Artist Path,” a path that guides anyone, even a warrior to find his own inner peace.
Joey’s training includes energetic healing, self empowerment teaching, and first aid for suicidal people. Today he’s an author and a speaker on the subject of inner peace. He is the co-founder of the publishing house – Barefoot Mind Inspiration and the co-creator of the website – mysuicidalthoughts.com – which helps people deal with and overcome suicidal thoughts.
My Review:
One-Legged Seagull
By: Joey Avneil

A well written book that deals with real life situations that each of us face at some point during our lives.  The book flows well and is easy to read.  Although the subject matter is not something I agree with, I am sure it will help many who are looking for ways to find peace within themselves.  This inspirational self help story would be entertaining for teen and adult.
Rating: 4 stars
 

About the Author:
Joey Avniel is passionate about helping people to find their own inner peace. As a former officer in the army he mastered the way of the warrior, but was missing the essential components of peace and happiness. After his service he started to search his own path to inner peace. He received self-improvement training, and then trained others through several different self-improvement programs. Eventually he developed what he calls “The Artist Path,” a path that guides anyone, even a warrior to find his own inner peace.
Joey’s training includes energetic healing, self empowerment teaching, and first aid for suicidal people. Today he’s an author and a speaker on the subject of inner peace. He is the co-founder of the publishing house – Barefoot Mind Inspiration and the co-creator of the website – mysuicidalthoughts.com – which helps people deal with and overcome suicidal thoughts.
My Review:
One-Legged Seagull
By: Joey Avneil

A well written book that deals with real life situations that each of us face at some point during our lives.  The book flows well and is easy to read.  Although the subject matter is not something I agree with, I am sure it will help many who are looking for ways to find peace within themselves.  This inspirational self help story would be entertaining for teen and adult.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars 

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