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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2010

    Full of Wisdom and Beauty

    I have come across few books as extraordinary as Nicole Grace's new book, "Bodhisattva: How to Be Free, Teachings to Guide You Home". It is a stunning success full of wisdom and beauty. Her words transform your everyday life into a magical world of peace and love, teaching you to experience "each moment in its utter fullness", seeing the glorious expressions of life with new clarity and grace. The teachings within are derived from the author's personal encounters with nature and keen observations in everyday moments. The poems take you though the fullness of each encounter leading to grand epiphanies exposing the profound messages behind typically mundane moments. The eloquently written words in this book illuminate the truth in each present moment, revealing life's great teachings, which are available to every one of us if we seek it. This book has sincerely touched my life and given me an entirely new perspective on how to witness life and experience truth. In so many ways, the book itself is a Bodhisattva, just like the passage from Ramakrishna (quoted within this book) a big steamship, which not only crosses the ocean itself, but carries many passengers to the other shore... This book will carry you to the other shore.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 1, 2010

    Nature and the way of the peaceful warrior

    There are some beings who are willing to give up everything to set others free. Bodhisattva, How To Be Free, guides the reader through a doorway to start that joyful journey to liberation. Nicole Grace's vision of nature elicits the sensation of being there with her as she contemplates the seasons, rain, pinyon harvest, and a misty ship embarked to eternity. From cover to cover, this book launches the reader into thoughtful inquiry of the self. Read this and you'll find stillness is possible in this troubled world.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 24, 2011

    Amazing Book

    This is a wonderful book. Every time I open the pages, I immediately begin to relax and feel better. Many of the poems may appear at first glance to be simple ruminations on nature and life. However, each subsequent reading reveals deeper and deeper meanings. This book never stays on the shelf long, I'm always grabbing it when I need a burst of inspiration.

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