Review: The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life

The Six Principles of Enlightenment and Meaning of Life

“The meaning of life is contained in every single expression of life. It is present in the infinity of forms and phenomena that exists in all creation.” – Michael Jackson

Six Principles of Enlightenment and the Meaning of Life by Russell Anthony Gibbs is “a reference guide for your path to enlightenment”. Gibbs summarizes and expounds on each of the Six Principles of Enlightenment.

I’ve been fascinated with the concept of Enlightenment since studying the rules of attraction years ago. Gibbs takes that concept and expounds it to include oneness, openness, multi-realities, and neutrality. Although the concepts are very dense and complex, Gibbs does an admirable job summing each up in clear concise language. The book is insightful and the language articulate. Readers who feel this title may be too complex needn’t worry. He defines each principle then gives a concise overview of each.   Each chapters ends with several quotes that sum up the principle in simple words.  I highly recommend this title to anyone who has ever questioned “the meaning of it all”.

I rate it:  5 stars

**ARC received via NetGalley for an honest review**

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