The Change by Kirsten Miller was a compelling, fast-paced read that could fall into multiple genres – fantasy, magical realism, contemporary fiction, and even mystery – and somehow Miller makes it all work beautifully. Each character Miller created jumped off the page, and I found myself rooting for the three main characters (Nessa, Jo, and Harriett) every step of the way. Despite its length, I finished the novel in just a few sittings.
Book review submitted by Bridget Morgan, a grad student in Library Science at The University Kentucky. She is a long time Berea resident and reads around 300 books a year!
I've watched Joe Dispenza on the Gaia channel and I listen to his meditations. I think he is amazing. His books, however, always seemed a little overwhelming. When I found Becoming Supernatural on sale, I bought it. It sat on my bookshelf for a year. A couple of months ago, I found time to pick it up and start reading. Parts of it can be pretty deep and I have to read it a few times to grasp it. For me, the primary message is that we are beings made of energy. And through our thoughts we create energy that is cohesive or incohesive. This energy cohesiveness is directly linked to our health and happiness. Our thoughts are energy. Like attracts like. We are in control of our destiny.
I've read other books that have the same message and many are thought of to be "out there" And Joe Dispenza is probably thought to be "out there" by many as well. But he has science to back up what he's saying. And everything he says makes sense to me.
This is a great read. It's pretty dense at times. But if you believe that we were all given the innate ability to create our own destiny and to take control of our physical and mental health and well-being, then read the book.
Loves reading. Loves learning.