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At one time homeless, destitute, and addicted to drugs, Alex Mezulari shares the lessons that helped him break free from years of addiction and become whole in his insightful work, From Seeking Recovery to Finding Wholeness. The book is based on eleven steps that are easy to recall. The first rule is to be good to yourself. The work argues that many people have a continuous negative recording in their minds. It takes conscious effort to be kind and compassionate to yourself. The second rule relates to surrounding oneself with people who are encouraging and empowering. The section also discusses how to find wholeness in God. The last mindset is the most significant, according to this book. It concerns identifying one’s calling and gifts and aligning what one envisions with what one wants to be and what one wants to achieve.
From Seeking Recovery to Finding Wholeness: 11 Proven Mindsets for Freedom from Self-Bondage and Manifest your Dreams with the Power of DIY Cognitive Therapy is a helpful guide for anyone who seeks to free themselves from destructive habits. It is brief, making it easy to read through, but it is also packed full of practical and profound lessons. It addresses a variety of significant topics that relate to wholeness including inner dialogue, fear, forgiveness, developing an attitude of expectancy for those things we hope for, and more. The work is also relevant and applicable to modern issues that our society faces. Alex Mezulari also writes about rules and mindsets that he has tried and which have worked for him for years. The advice contained is realistic but also encouraging. From Seeking Recovery to Finding Wholeness by Alex Mezulari is an actionable guide with lessons for any reader.