leadership, tantra, personal power, happiness, contentment

Elisa D.

“I have to admit I’ve never given “bliss” all that much thought. Happiness, contentment, even joy from time to time – sure, but bliss? Not really. So when I saw the title of this book by an author whose cookbooks I’d previously enjoyed, I was intrigued. Having finished the book I can honestly say that it’s not a life changing book. I didn’t finish it and suddenly feel like I fully understood what bliss in a sustained fashion might be like for me, personally. But I can say that it is a life improving book. Even if you don’t feel like your life is suddenly perfect, you do feel like you’ve got some very straightforward, common sense methods to make it significantly better. The author isn’t telling you to wander off on an expensive retreat or give away everything you own in your pursuit of bliss. Her recommendations are things I can actually fit into my life on a daily basis, indeed, she makes the point that that’s what actually makes them useful. Again, I’m not sure I can say definitively that I’ll be able to live a blissful life after just reading this book, but I do feel that it might be achievable. That I might, in fact, be able to choose bliss.”