Higher by Charles Hanna

Higher by Charles Hanna

Higher by Charles Hanna
Subtitle: Awaken to a More Fulfilling Life

Stars: ****
Figure 1 Publishing (March 2016)

I received this book for review purposes. All opinions are mine.
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Summary: The world’s great philosophers and spiritual leaders teach us that happiness depends on how we look at life. In Higher, Charles Hanna explores why and how we can create the best possible outlook. By finding our Higher Perspective, Higher Power, and Higher Purpose, he demonstrates how we can challenge our demons and become our best selves. His experience of physical, emotional, and spiritual recovery and his applications will resonate powerfully with all readers.

Higher by Charles Hanna is a book that is a mixture of spirituality, philosophy and self help, but not in the religious sense. It’s a tricky book to describe. It’s full of mini stories from the author that in some ways seem like a memoir but it’s not just stories. The stories are told to make a point.

The mini stories are divided into chapters titled:

  • The Journey to Higher
  • Finding Our Higher Perspective
  • Finding Our Higher Power
  • Finding Our Higher Purpose
  • A New Way of Life
  • Living Twenty-Four Hours at a Time
  • Spirituality versus Progress
  • Closing Thoughts

Its worth mentioning again that the higher power talk refers to believing in something greater than yourself, not necessarily God and not necessarily a certain God. I feel that most people will be able to read the book and benefit from it, no matter their religion or lack thereof as long as they are open to the idea that their is something higher than us.

This is a book that is worth a second read and one that I will be keeping on my shelf after I loan it to some family members to read. If you are feeling stuck in your life and you are not sure what the problem is or what to do next, Higher may be just what you need.

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About Kathleen

I've been a nonfiction lover for as long as I can remember. I love children's nonfiction as well and love to share my knowledge and the books I gained them from, with the world. I wish more people would give nonfiction a chance.