A Cup of Buddha A Blueprint to Truth Review

Spread the love

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received one or more of the products or services mentioned above for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

A Cup of Buddha by        Thomas D. Craig

 

I recently received A Cup of Buddha A Blueprint to Truth by Thomas D. Craig for evaluation purposes. I know I have discussed my quest for inner peace repeatedly, but it is something that I am always striving for. This book is actually a simple framework on finding inner peace and truth in your life. Craig combines eastern philosophy to western living by using pop culture and music metaphors to explore complex topics in an easy format. The book is written as a series of conversations between two people. I personally enjoyed the story of how the book came to be, and the journey that Craig took to write it (be sure and read the Preface and Prologue). The book is broken down into different chapters,  which discusses, the different aspects of the journey. My favorite section in the book is the chapter titled Who are You? I think people would be astounded with how we define ourselves by our roles. I genuinely liked how Craig used clear and concise examples of how to see Who YOU are. I found the conversation writing style a little distracting, but I think it would be highly beneficial for a beginner who is starting their journey. I think figuring out that happiness is certainly a decision is the biggest problem that most people experience. At the end of the book,  there is A Letter to You which was actually my absolutely favorite part of the book. If you would like to buy or learn more about the book, please visit Amazon.

 

Comments

  1. Interesting book and one I have not heard of but after reading your review may very well look for and read!!

  2. Chavonne H says

    Sounds like a good book. I am very interested in finding out who I am and love reading self help books.

  3. Kelli Avery says

    When I think about finding inner peace, I guess I have never really thought about the fact that I am constantly searching for it. I strive to do what makes me happy and my kids happy and figure as long as I can accomplish that one goal, then I don’t really care what others think. I really am interested in learning more about this book and possibly about myself…

  4. I find that the cross of east and west always blends nicely and if we are getting inner peace, bring it onw!
    great find, will try to get it
    thanks

  5. Inner peace brings outer peace and exudes to all those around you

  6. adding to my book list

  7. That book made me curious too 🙂 Who am I? hhhmmmmm! made me think for a second

  8. I like to read books about life … I will like this book for sure.

  9. This reminds me of the book that my husband got, I never really have the chance to read it yet but he loves it.

  10. The book is pretty interesting. Thank you

  11. Love to get a hold of this book too. I like to read books to improve oneself.

Speak Your Mind

*

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.