In his book, The 22 Laws of Wellness, George Anderson gives us a theoretical background of wellness, coupled with personal examples to help us embrace wellness in our lives like maybe we haven’t before.
I just finished the book and I definitely think there are some strong takeaway points to put wellness into practice. On the whole, I found the book to be a little hokey at times but generally well worth a read, especially if you are new to exploring daily consciousness in this way.
For me, the book starts off kind of rough but ends up really hitting its high points at it’s close. While the Law of Present-Moment Living is great, the principles involved in the Spiritual Laws show Anderson at this finest. And then there’s “The Greatest Law” on unconditional loving, which is a horse of a different color.
The one thing that sticks out about this book are Anderson’s application of the laws in his own life. Most striking are the discussions on his health and his anecdote on forgiveness…very powerful stuff.
How’s everyone else doing on their reading challenge? Are there any books I need to add to my list?