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Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It

Narrated by: Kamal Ravikant
Length: 4 hrs and 6 mins
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The best-selling self-published phenomenon addressing our urgent need for self-love in the world today. Now expanded with new listener-oriented lessons and a powerful and transformative personal story of the practice in action.

Kamal Ravikant knows misery well. In 2011, the company Kamal had spent the last 10 years of his life nurturing and growing suddenly and embarrassingly went under. He experienced a profound depression, the kind that made him physically ill and bedridden. The only source of light in this darkest moment was a meditation, a chant that came to him and provided the only source of comfort he could muster: I love myself.

Kamal began his transformational journey by repeating this over and over to himself. I love myself. I love myself. I love myself. Even when he didn’t believe it (especially when he didn’t believe it).This meditation grew in the form of a system of tools for keeping him positive, balanced and moving forward. Kamal’s spiritual healing changed his physical and emotional states, and his entire person shifted for the better.

Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It is the powerful story of Kamal’s radical self-growth journey and his specific practice for listeners. Dynamic, vulnerable and ultimately life-changing, this book holds a universal appeal for anyone who has ever struggled to get out of bed in the morning or smile through profound sadness.

©2019 Kamal Ravikant (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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Wearing your 'Heart' on your sleeve comes to mind!

I read the first book probably a couple of times. And I enjoyed this Part 2 (that comes after the original version) in this book.

Glad Kamal came back to this - good story line - and he also has a very good tone, which always helps when we are listening!

The big question - does it work - you will have to put the work in to find out!! But worth it.

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Life changing book

This is a wonderful Audiobook.

Content wise this book is priceless, and the delivery by the author really helps the message sink in because it feels more like a friend is talking to you.

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loved it!

A truly nourishing book. Quite unique. I found myself following along with the practices immediately (which is unlike me), as they are very easy and really impactful! enjoy it

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  • 12-02-20

Really inspiring

Loved this book as much as I am loving learning to love myself. Been saying it over and over and have instant results. Listened to the book in a day and re listened to it again and taken lots of notes to get properly started. It just makes sense.

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So Relatable!

I would recommend to a friend as it was recommended to me. I'll definitely be listening to this again.

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So simple yet so powerful

I have been looking for a simple practice like this for a while now and nothing has quite stuck. This makes so much sense. The simplicity and power of it feel completely right. Thank you Kamal for finding the bravery to share your journey like this.

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Amazing

amazing, made me cry and made me realise what i need to do to improve my life

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unbearable

monotonous voice and slow story. Daily pitty party for one at the end of the book. Good that the author overcame his heartbreak but I did not get anything of value at the apart from the title, Love yourself like your life depends on it, because it does. That's ir, this is done, choose another book

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Absolutely brilliant!

An honest open insightful and awe inspiring book! Absolutely loved hearing his voice and absorbing his words! Really inspirational and helpful!

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Exceptional book

Great insights into how we are used to deal with failures due to past conditioning and how we can override those destructive behaviours of mind and create better and more useful ones.

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  • Brenda
  • 10-02-20

A break-up story

The book was good but about half of it is about the author's break-up. It was just too much.

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  • Angus Pyke
  • 28-01-20

Profound and Simple

Loved this book from the very first moment. It’s full of simple, profound and actionable take aways.
I started implementing right away and have noticed a difference
Part 2 of the book drags on a little but there’s still loads of gems.
The author reads very slowly. I’d suggest listening at 1.5