Walking Through Your Walls

Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol.1, Humanity's Handbook for Living Consciously in the 21st Century

Non-Fiction - Self Help
395 Pages
Reviewed on 08/15/2016
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Author Biography

Lynda Lamp is an incredibly talented author and wordsmith, professional speaker, and life coach. She is also known as a mystic, visionary, circle leader, award winning photographer, community activist, lodging proprietor, entrepreneur, pioneer and most recently, stand-up comedian. Lynda's unique life experience of being born awake gives her an unusual insight as to how life works, and she has been sharing her understanding with others since childhood. Walking Through Your Walls is the culmination of her life purpose, to shine a light on the path of love and peace, helping the World find its way to harmony. Lynda lives on Lowell Point with her husband, Paul Paquette.

Lynda has known from the first moments of her life that she came into physical form in this lifetime to do two things. First, she was to find someone and second she was to do something. It wasn’t at all clear what she was to do, but she knew it was important. In fact, it felt especially important.

Throughout her life, people have said to her “you should write a book,” and she always thought she would and it would be an autobiography. When she finally sat down to start writing, something completely different emerged. This book is Volume I of what will be a multiple volume book that makes up what is nothing less than humanity’s handbook for living consciously in the 21st century.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Ray Simmons for Readers' Favorite

I have read a lot of self-help books. Too many to list here, but many of them are known to almost everyone who has sought to improve themselves or their lives. A Catholic priest once labeled me as a “seeker” and I don’t mind owning to that. Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol. 1 by Lynda Lamp is a unique mix of the spiritual, practical, religious, and psychological. I liked it. I found it insightful, meaningful, and practical. Most of all, I found it helpful for me in regards to where I am in my life right now and my desire to be better, to improve, and grow. That made the investment in time and effort to read Walking Through Your Walls well worth it. Lynda Lamp is organized and concise in her thinking and writing. This made Walking Through Your Walls easy to read, even though it takes on huge subjects.

I am a Christian and though I was vaguely aware of Chakras, this is my introduction to it, why it has become important to a lot of people, and how it can help me. In Walking Through Your Walls, Lynda introduces this concept and has set up her own unique support system for those who want to learn more. This is an ancient philosophy, but Lynda uses all the tools of modern technology, including a website and Facebook page, to educate and encourage people who want to learn more. Walking Through Your Walls is beautifully written and there are great quotes from some of the deepest thinkers in human history. You can’t lose by reading Walking Through Your Walls.

Divine Zape

Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol. 1 by Lynda Lamp is beautifully described in the subtitle as humanity’s handbook for living consciously in the 21st century, a book that will help any reader redefine their purpose and embrace a life of meaning. In a world that is crippled by greed and consumerism, where people are quick to ask “What's in it for me?” rather than “How can I contribute?”, the author points out a new path. This path can help readers discover their inner freedom and embrace a fulfilling life by consciously living the way of love and contributing to the growth of society by discovering and living their calling. In our fast-paced, competitive culture, it isn’t hard to fall into the trap of individualism, to feel frustrated and hold on to loneliness as an inevitable reality. In a style that is very accessible and in a loving, gentle voice, Lynda Lamp offers treasures that will enable any seeker to find the path of love.

Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol. 1 is laced with many lessons and insights that will help anyone discover their self-worth, heal their pain, and find the courage to love themselves and others. This book is revolutionary and I loved the way the author articulates on the idea of the chakras. I was awed with Chapter 8, “Learning the Limitation of Language,” an eye-opener that will help readers use language in creative ways to connect more deeply with themselves and with others. This book is timely and will undoubtedly find a home in many hearts. If there is one book you want to read on self-worth and personal development, it should be this one. A very practical guide to a life of love and purpose. I can’t wait to read the next book in this series.

Sefina Hawke

Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else (Humanity's Handbook for Living Consciously in the 21st Century) Vol. 1 by Lynda Lamp is a non-fiction self-help book that teaches people how to love themselves and everyone else. Walking Through Your Walls will appeal most to an audience made up of young adults and adults who are interested in learning to live better in present times. It is written with the purpose of teaching people how to live better and how to experience life to the fullest, be understood by others, find new solutions to life’s problems, being happier, etc.

Walking Through Your Walls is a well written and well organized self-help book that does not overwhelm the reader. Some self-help books are badly organized or throw too much information at the reader at once. I was very glad to find that Walking Through Your Walls did not do that. Instead Walking Through Your Walls is written using easily understood language without any jargon, and it is broken into small sections. This really was an interesting read for me; my favorite section was where I learned about how to love myself, then others. However, learning how to communicate from my heart effectively came in as a close second for me.

Gisela Dixon

Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol. 1 by Lynda Lamp has a spiritual or inward-looking point of view. Walking Through Your Walls deals primarily with the underlying and permanent meaning of life and death, and the universe itself, and how to incorporate the self with the all-encompassing “Supreme being or entity” in our daily lives. The book details in depth the ancient Hindu concept of “chakras,” and how to focus on each one in daily life to enrich and enhance it, including the crown chakra and the so-called third eye. Along with an in-depth analysis and tips on the chakras, the book also interweaves practical tips on how to live more lovingly with greater kindness and compassion for all, and less fear and doubt as we come to realize that ultimately we are all the same.

Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else Vol. 1 by Lynda Lamp is great for someone interested in spirituality, the study of chakras, as well as practical tips on conscious day to day living. As the title suggests, this is more of a handbook and study guide and allows readers to read, study, and embrace tips at their own pace. I especially liked that Lynda has shared her own lifestyle with readers. This gives us a glimpse into real world conscious living, such as journal writing, that enables instant body-mind connection. It is easy to tell that Lynda is genuine and writes with true warmth and compassion. In the end, the goal is to understand that there is essentially no difference between “you” and “I” and these are all tools and techniques to get there. A great book that I would recommend!

Sherri Fulmer Moorer

Do you feel trapped? Does life have you walled into a box that's too small for the life you want? You need to learn how to walk through those walls to a greater life that awaits. Lynda Lamp had just the guide for doing that in her latest book titled Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everyone Else, Volume 1. This guide will open your eyes to a reality that's hidden from most, and give you the spiritual insight to achieve greater love, health, harmony, and joy than you imagined possible. Lamp shares years of research, life experience, and wisdom to show readers how they can raise their thinking beyond the positive and into a higher level that breaks down the boundaries that hold most people back and keep them from achieving their dreams. Life can be bigger, if only we expand our minds to accept a larger view of reality that we limit ourselves to.

I found this book to be extremely helpful and inspirational - in fact, a book hasn't inspired me this much since The Secret. It has much in common with that book, and it expands on the concepts to show more of how energy and the power of positive thinking can creatively and positively impact your life. I would caution that people with rigid religious beliefs may not like some of the concepts discussed, but you don't have to agree one hundred percent with everything Lynda Lamp writes to be inspired and create a greater life. In fact, I found a lot of inspiration and help through this book that's completely consistent with my Christian beliefs. If you're looking to create a better, happier life, then I highly recommend that you read Walking Through Your Walls: Loving Yourself and Everybody Else, Volume 1. I look forward to reading Volumes 2 and 3!