If you are a good-humored person or just like to add some fun to your quest for enlightenment, this is a nice little book, quick to read, easy to follow and most of all useful. I received a complimentary copy of A wise man taught me how to defy gravity and now I’ll teach you. by Nathaniel Whitten in my P O Box a few months back and it kind of fell into the pile of review books in the box under my desk because I received an influx of review requests literally all at once. However, though situated among the many I did take notice that I would get to reading his book because for some unique reason, I received two copies of this book whose cover was off centered, and this caught my eye…I remember commenting wow this person really wants a review hey sent two copies. I knew then that I would come back around to reading the book, and I’m glad I did!
A wise man taught me how to defy gravity and now I’ll teach you. brought four days of smiles and light-hearted joy into my life and you never forget when someone makes you happy. I didn’t know what to expect from the title, and the author doesn’t keep you in suspense long. He dives, or should I say flies right into elevating your consciousness and helping you mold your inner essence with several easy to use techniques for making life a little more user friendly. Some of my favorite tips include: “…shifting to a more expansive view” of the world and releasing tunnel vision. “…doing an about-face from your routine patterns of thought… and expanding your nothingness to open your mind to a greater version of yourself.
Nathaniel Whitten gives many enlightening thoughts throughout the book and although they may not be new to the well-read spiritual sojourner, they will surely act as a refreshing reminder of what it takes to really live by these divine principles.
For those who are just opening their eyes to the possibilities of less stress, more peace and how to obtain the power to live well, A wise man taught me how to defy gravity and now I’ll teach you. is a great starter kit. Enjoy flying high! I give this book 4 ankhs, it touched me and I’m grateful!
K. Akua Gray
August 10, 2018