Book thoughts: Light is the New Black

book review free spirited sistersThis beautiful book from Author Rebecca Campbell was given to me as a gift, but it’s one I have had my eye on for a while. The book is noted as a guide to answering your soul’s callings and working your light. It begins with the author’s experience, which literally left me in tears. It was a good start!

After this introduction the book continues with sections called turn your light on, work your light, living in the light, and be the light. It’s an easy to read style, allowing the reader to pick it up and read a random page, or work your way through the book picking up inspiration as you go.

The premise of the book is that there are those of us who are light workers. People who have a calling in life to bring light into the lives of others. It reminds us that the whispers of our heart are placed there on purpose to bring us step by step into our calling.

The coolest part for me was the notion that your calling doesn’t have to be something big and flamboyant. Some of us have been called to be mothers (whether we have children or not), some writers, teachers, artists, whatever it is at the core of your being. It’s about listening to the calling and then step-by-step acting on what lights you up.

It is a book of encouragement and a reminder to get/stay on your path. It includes activities to work through to help hone in on that path and practical advice. Overall, I love this book and if this is the kind of thing you’re into, you’ll love it too!


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