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Reviewed by Divine Zape for Readers' Favorite
Our Third Eye by Alex Newman has an interesting subtitle: It’s our choices and experiences that make us who we are today. In this book, the author takes us on a journey with him as he reviews his experiences and allows us to understand how our choices shape our lives. As readers read through the book, they quickly understand the link between choices and outcomes and how our choices can shape our perception and perspective in life. This book answers the question: Who are we? It is a question that is hard to answer. Newman provides insights and stunning reflections that make readers understand their humanity even deeper as creatures that find it hard to let go. We have been “miseducated,” and need to give a correct name to our experience for us to shift perspective.
This book is written in an engaging, observant, and conversational style that powerfully pulls readers in. It compels them to understand not only the evolution of life but how they can sync with the universe and become masters of their destiny. Readers will be faced with hard truths as they read through these pages and at times they will be stunned by the revelations. They will connect with the author as they understand their human experiences, especially those that involve choices and pain. Alex Newman forces readers to look back at their journeys and find answers for the future. This book is beautifully crafted in prose that is crisp and soothing. Our Third Eye is a powerful tool that will help readers change their mindset and discover what it takes to ditch the illusions they have grown up with about life and to experience real inner freedom. It is a breezy read full of thoughtful and soul-searching moments.