Review: Book: The Golden Sequence- Jonni Pollard


Title: The Golden Sequence

Series: Standalone

Author’s Name: Jonni Pollard

Publisher: BenBella Books

Genre: New Age

Page Count: 200 Pages

ISBN: 1946885649 (ISBN13: 9781946885647)

Author or Book Website: N/a

Link to Amazon purchase page: The Golden Sequence

Link to Goodreads: The Golde Sequence

Release Date: N/A

How I Got the Book: Review Copy

Summary of the Book:

In a cynical age that constantly drowns us with information and conditions us to be mistrustful, the majority of us harbor a deep-seated yearning for more meaning and connection. Why is that? And how can we be truly fulfilled?

If you feel dissatisfied with your life and helpless to make a change, you are not alone. Many people struggle to make sense of the world and find true purpose. Two decades ago, these same feelings drove Jonni Pollard to seek out a better way of being in the world. A master teacher in India introduced him to ancient Vedic practices that changed Jonni’s life forever; the anxiety that had tormented him for so many years was finally replaced by a deep sense of purpose and fulfillment. Now an expert meditation teacher, Jonni’s mission is to share the knowledge and techniques he has learned to help anyone reclaim their power to live a meaningful and fulfilling life. The most foundational of these lessons is what Jonni calls “the Golden Sequence.”

In The Golden Sequence, Jonni shares these eye-opening teachings with readers from all walks of life in the hopes that more people will be able to build happier, more authentic lives. A global leader in the field of meditation and mindfulness, Jonni’s programs have already helped more than 250,000 people across the world.

This book is a response to the greatest need of our time—reclaiming the power of our humanity. Through his genuine, essential lessons, Jonni presents a powerful case that the current global crisis we are experiencing is rooted in our disconnection from our true purpose and responsibility of belonging.

Rediscover your authentic human nature, learn how to reclaim it as your greatest power, and find fulfillment through seeing the difference you can make in the world.

My Personal Review: I received a copy of this book for a fair and honest review. I am all about reclaiming a part of myself and this book goes about doing that for anyone who wishes to take a good hard look at the way the world has become. The book is broken up into 11 chapters and takes your through a series of steps and concepts to live a better life and be a better person. The lessons that Jonni offers are good aids to help get a start, but one must wanted to do or it does not help.

My Rating of the Book: 4 Stars

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