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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
The Adventure of I: A Journey to the Centre of Your Reality is not a quick or light read. Author Tania Kotsos was inspired to write this book by the inscription on the Ancient Temple of Apollo: "Know Thyself." The author stresses the need to know the Real You, the "part of you that is eternal, immortal, and unchanging." If you know the Real You, you will have the "power to create the life you desire and become the master of your experience.” The author believes this power is what makes us different from other animals. Humans have what I call free will (the author uses the term Freedom of Choice). For your mind’s power to be effective you must have self-awareness. Author Kotsos based her thesis on the Top-Down-Living theory "which is to direct your life from higher degrees of self-aware consciousness, which at its height, is your Real Self."
The Adventure of I could be one of the most important books you ever read. It opens readers up to a new way of thinking and an abundance of untapped power. This is not a power we can control or increase; it already exists within us but, like most things, if we do not know about it, it cannot be utilized. It is something we must discover. The author appears to have done a great deal of research and explains the topics so the layperson can easily understand them. There is so much more to this book than I can possibly cover in one short review, so I highly recommend you pick up a copy today.