The Universe Always Has a Plan: The 10 Golden Rules of Letting Go By Matt Kahn

If you are open to some shift in your already established spiritual beliefs this book can be a good start. This is a very powerful book with clear and simple actions you can take to incorporate more love and light into your life. As someone who binges on spirituality books, this book was a breath of fresh air. The missing connection that I felt in most books was the question of how do I ground these ideas into my life? It felt like I have to be something else to incorporate the spiritual truths into my life. Through the examples of this book, the author shows, how the most common and challenging experiences can be the guiding light to a broader perspective.

Matt Kahn is a spiritual teacher, healer, and intuitive. Through this book, we can see even someone like Matt, who is in touch with the inner guidance system is not spared from the trials of life as it is essential in our souls’ evolution. It doesn’t have to be always like that also. All of us are on our spiritual journey, some know that some don’t. Once you acknowledge your journey, you are open to the waves of life to take it anywhere it pleases.

The concept of Unity consciousness had made me think that it is wrong to dislike a person or an incident as it means I am bringing hate to myself, as we are one. But this book clearly explains this particular situation. Just because we dislike a particular person’s acts or situations doesn’t make us any less of a person, on contrary, it is a way of our being evolving and setting boundaries to expand. Again this is a very tricky thing, in no way the author is encouraging hatred or contempt but rising dislike is also an indication of our being and it has to be honored. This understanding can be used for the crystallization of Self and bridge our journey toward the unity consciousness.
The Ten Golden rule of Letting go has given me lots of valuable insights. The knowledge that my daily mundane existence and survival are as much as precious as any other spiritual practice I do with reverence.

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