The Infinite Circle of the Soul

A Non-religious View of Spirituality

Non-Fiction - Spiritual/Supernatural
182 Pages
Reviewed on 02/27/2021
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Reviewed by Lesley Jones for Readers' Favorite

You do not need to be religious to embrace the true essence of your soul. Everyone's soul moves through each lifetime, collecting knowledge by learning from life experiences. Throughout this guide, you will discover how to attain and fulfill your soul's destiny by making simple changes to how you view yourself and the world around you. Are you living your life through other people's expectations? Does your current life fill you with joy or sadness? Are you allowing fear and negative thoughts to constantly stop you from stepping out of your comfort zone? In The Infinite Circle of the Soul: A Non-religious View of Spirituality by Mike Hain, discover how forgiveness, empathy, gratitude, humility, as well as failure, are essential to creating an abundant life. You will also learn how to tune into your intuition, dreams, and important spiritual signs that are trying to guide you towards the complete attainment of your true self.

The Infinite Circle of the Soul by Mike Hain is concise but absolutely filled with knowledge and enlightening information. I found the explanation into spirit guides and angels so reassuring. The book focuses on the spiritual side so anyone, whether they are religious or not, will benefit from the golden nuggets of enlightenment. The section on ego and how this can place detrimental obstacles in your way was really powerful. The author makes some extremely valid points, such as how people can dismiss miracles as impossible when they are surrounded by the wonders of nature. I have gained an incredible amount of knowledge regarding the human mind and consciousness. It was uplifting to discover the power we all hold to make decisions that propel us forward and not ones that keep us living in the past. This is an amazing statement that highlighted this point perfectly: 'Focusing on the past closes the door to new experiences. We can’t change what has lacked in our past but we can change things so we aren’t lacking in the future.'

I loved the author's brutally honest, personal stories and the quotes from some of the greatest thinkers of history. The hypothetical story of Bob born on a desert island and how his views and beliefs would differ from someone born into normal society was really profound. I loved this quote from the book so much, I have placed it on the noticeboard in my office: 'Create your future because if you don’t, nobody else will, and stuck is what you will remain.' I would highly recommend this book to anyone who needs clarity and guidance to find their life's purpose.

Renee Guill

The Infinite Circle of the Soul: A Non-religious View of Spirituality by Mike Hain is a non-fiction New Age book about your soul. The author talks about what happens to your soul when you die. He also talks about what you need to make your soul happy. Mike Hain uses stories and quotes to help prove his point. He also uses his own life stories as well. He explains what “God” and oneness is. This shows how our soul uses the earthly body to learn lessons and to learn what humans need to be happy and how they can achieve it.

I thought that The Infinite Circle of the Soul by Mike Hain was fascinating. I liked how he tells us why he uses the word Source, so we don’t get upset or confused. I loved how he uses stories and analogies to explain what the soul is. My favorite story was the Tree Farmer one. I had a real aha moment with that one, and I love it when books give me an aha moment. I liked how Mike Hain made this seem more like a conversation and not a textbook. I find it more enjoyable to read. Mike Hain did a wonderful job of explaining things without making a person feel dumb, like some of those New Age books do. He also had a great set of quotes from celebrities that helped prove his point. If you are doing some soul searching and/or are curious as to the oneness of beings, I highly recommend this book.

Tammy Ruggles

The Infinite Circle of the Soul: A Non-religious View of Spirituality by Mike Hain is a compelling look into the soul. If you've ever wondered about the soul, what it is, what it means to have one, and how you can take care of yours and improve your life, Hain offers his thoughts and ideas in a philosophical but not religious way, and the results are intriguing and inspiring. The author, with a background in music, explains how our soul ties into every aspect of our lives, from love to family to creativity, our wants and desires--the list is almost infinite. Understanding how we connect with our soul, and how it, in turn, connects to the world and how we operate each day, is a concept some may think about while others don't, but if you spend some time immersed in this book, you just may find some fascinating concepts. When we take our life's journey, it's our soul that's experiencing it. It's our soul that helps us learn, grow, understand, empathize, make decisions, etc. Hain likens our earthly lives to a classroom, where we can learn, teach, experience, and enjoy; and all of these lessons will lead to complete happiness. He goes on to emphasize that even our struggles can help our souls learn and improve.

Hain explains the soul in simplified ways, which makes the book easy to follow. He says the soul is more than just a physical body, and that tangible, exterior things around us, like money, career, and material possessions don't really mean anything. He insists the soul has a hunger for growth, and that your soul can benefit by searching for deeper meaning in life, as he did. The themes that the author explores include fear, hope, control, consciousness, faith, pain, appreciation, dreams, ego, selfishness, and many more. If you are spiritual or religious, you may still find connections to the ideas Hain brings out, or you may not. Some ideas you may agree with, some you may not, but this book can definitely lead you to think more about your soul and what it means in your everyday life. Take an inspiring tour of the human soul with The Infinite Circle of the Soul: A Non-religious View of Spirituality by Mike Hain.