Right Mind, Wrong Body: The Ultimate Trans Guide to Being Complete and Living a Fulfilled Life is written from the perspective of a transman who has taken the time to reflect on his life's experiences; from the lessons he's learned from them, he put together a guide to help people find the missing keys in every area of their life.
The book is meant to inspire people of trans experience but anyone can benefit from it. It is not uncommon to experience a life transition with the expectation that it's an overnight journey or that every other problem we may experience will suddenly disappear. Often we neglect the wounds that the world has created overtime while focusing on the surface of our material surroundings, whether that means our basic needs or our physical appearance. Our deepest fears and our worst troubles can only be overcome after we've dealt with our true self from the inside out. Only when we've peeled the onion of our being can we truly have the happiness that transcends our material world. Neo defines success as understanding and utilizing the power of choice. This is our true human/spirit nature, not based on fear and restrictions, but on love and freedom. Life is a long journey and this book is for people who are looking for more happiness, peace, and fulfillment in their journey; it's meant to help you unlock any area of your life that does not yet feel complete. It may give you a renewed sense of freedom, it may inspire you to strive for more and it may drive you to feel more empowered in your current circumstances by discovering the tools that are already within you.
Some of the topics discussed in the book:
- Emotional intelligence
- Mind, body, spirit balance
- Being complete and "trans(formed)"
What members say
- C. Gray
Hardly "The Ultimate" anything
Did not care for this book at all. Kept waiting for it to improve but, that never happened. Author spends way too much time offering unsolicited advice rather than discussing the topic. I'm wondering if the writer even knows anything about trans