The Monk who sold his Ferrari by Robin Sharma
Information: 198 pages, paperback
They say: The Monk who sold his Ferrari is the story of Julian Mantle, a superstar lawyer whose out-of-balance lifestyle leads him to an almost fatal heart attack in a packed courtroom. His physical collapse brings on a spiritual crisis that forces him to confront the condition of his life and seek answers to life's most important questions. Hoping to find happiness and fulfilment, he embarks upon an extraordinary odyssey to an ancient culture, where he discovers a powerful system to release the potential of his mind, body and soul and learns to live with greater passion, purpose and peace.
Brilliantly blending timeless spiritual wisdom of the East with cutting-edge success principles of the West, this inspiring tale shows you a step-by-step pathway for living with greater courage, balance, abundance and joy.
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Reviews - rated 4/5 based on customer reviews4 out of 5 By Vernon MarshallIt is easy to see why this book is an international bestseller. It combines the conveyance of wisdom with an attractive storytelling style somewhat reminiscent of The Celestine Prophecy. This is not to say that this method of teaching ideas attracts everyone. When I realised that the story was just a means of promoting certain spiritual techniques I lost some of the interest in it that I had initially. I was anxious just to cut to the chase. It is worth sticking with it, however. There are ideas here that I have not come across before, ideas that seek to draw out the best that is possible from the body, mind and spirit. It is a book that you may wish to read for a second time, on the second occasion taking notes, although the conclusion to each chapter offers a brief summary in words and pictures with a lovely quotation also from the book. Each chapter also begins with a quotation from a great sage, including Ghandi and Confucius. This book is an easy read. There are less than 200 words in its thirteen chapters. All of its wisdom is concentrated in short statements that are easily remembered. For those impressed by the author Robin Sharma there are resources listed at the back for further work that one can do. Anyone who wants to get the most out of life can find this book a help to that aim.