Freedom to be Yourself is a very deep and thorough look into how our own personal judgement can impact on our lives, and perhaps more importantly, who we are.
The book is divided into four parts: Recognising the Inner Judge, Freedom from the Judge, Being Yourself and Experience. In these sections we are taken through a variety of subjects including what is the inner judge?, gossip, guilt, sexuality and spirituality. The book is illustrated throughout with case studies, depicting the lessons mentioned in the chapters, and how the issues were dealt with / overcome.
At the end of each chapter, exercises are provided to help you understand and explore the lessons covered. These exercises challenge you to face the truth about who you are, and why you are like the way you are; they make you face what is real in your life. By working through these little exercises, you will come to know yourself better and on a much deeper level.
This book gives us much to think about, especially in terms of who we are, who we appear to be, and how we measure personal worth. I would recommend this to those who wish to gain a deeper understanding of themselves and to those who find themselves asking ‘who am I?’
This book is available as a paperback and an ebook from O-Books.