Thursday, June 07, 2012

Read: Stuart Wilde's The three keys to self-empowerment

Author: Stuart Wilde
Title: The Three Keys to Self-Empowerment
Publisher: Hay House, Inc. (2004).

A few weeks ago, I picked a book from one of the public libraries at random, and Stuart Wilde's The Three Keys to Self-Empowerment was chosen. I subsequently learnt that Stuart Wilde is considered by many as the greatest living meta-physician in the world today.

His style of writing is easy to read. In this book, he reminded his readers that life was never meant to be a struggle. He also writes about the concept of silent power and miracles. Some of the ideas seem to me to be slightly similar to some of the concepts of Taoism, yet it is best to read this book to ascertain if this is so since I am not a scholar of Taoism. I find the ideas in the book intriguing. For people with an open mind, it can possibly lend new dimensions to looking at ways to live our lives with greater level of self-empowerment.

To learn more about Stuart Wilde, please visit his official website at


Geof said...

You are right about Stuie, he teaches very much from a Taoist perspective. His latest book Plum Red Taoist Tales of Old China is a brilliant book; a collection of stories about a group of old sages who live in ancient China.

Regards Geof

oceanskies79 said...

Thank you Geof for your comments and sharing.