When I saw a copy of “The Power of Now” at a friend’s house, it peaked my interest because I know it’s a bestseller book but I never knew what it was all about. I had always thought it’s a time management book (hehe) because the title gave an impression that it has something to do with time.
This is my very first read of a spirtual book and it’s a really good one to begin with too. To say that it’s “mind-boggling” is a contradiction to the book because the book suggests that over-thinking is a disease (you’ll learn why when you read it). The Power of Now emphasizes on not being stuck in the past or future but to be aware of the present moment. Although that previous sentence pretty much summarized the whole book, the author has given a deeper understanding of what “now” is about. The book is written in a question and answer format and the contents of this book took me a long time to digest as I go through some jargon that I am unfamiliar with. What’s “being”? What’s “unmanifested”?
I’d highly recommend this book as you explore your spiritual side and become aware of your present moment. It’s a book that you may want to re-read multiple times to heighten your “being”.