Follow what lights you up, and you'll light up the world.
Light Is the New Black is a guidebook for a new breed of women who are here to be bright lights in the world - modern-day lightworkers, who agreed to be here at this time in history. In order to thrive in this new age, everything we do must be an authentic expression of who we truly are. Light Is the New Black will guide you back home to the callings of your soul, so you can light up the world with your presence.
Rebecca Campbell had her first awakening when she was a teenager, but without anyone to guide her, she ignored her soul's callings and dimmed her light in order to fit in. Then, just before her 30th birthday, the life she had so consciously created began to crumble around her. It was as if the Universe turned off all the lights, so she had no choice but to rediscover her own. In this book, Rebecca shares her own journey, alongside practical tools to help you reconnect with the core of your being, and channelled messages from the Universe. Once you rediscover what you already know at soul level, you can offer the world something that only you can give.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Between 2 and 3 stars on this book. I gave it 3 for sheer volume of content. I had a hard time with this book mainly because it needs some serious editing. It reads like a collection of blog posts, skipping around from one thought to the next, very often repeating itself. There is a lot of touching on concepts, with no real exploration or deep introspection. There is no new information being presented here and the personal narrative isn't shared in a very compelling way. It felt like the author wanted to move through it as quickly as possible. The only real tools offered in this guide are lists of questions after each entry, which, should the reader invest the time to reflect upon and answer, would support a path of geniune self inquiry. Evidently, this kind of soft, somewhat rambling approach to spiritual self help appeals to many as indicated by the number of glowing reviews. The information, life experience, and inspiration offered here could have and should have been much better produced. This book would appeal to those newly on the path of self realization and who appreciate reading blogs with a casual voice. I appreciate the effort here, but I find it lacks the breviy, organization, and tooth I seek in nonfiction.