Book Review: Vision: Seeing is Achieving

Title: Vision Seeing is Achieving

Author: Allan Sealy

Genre: Self-help, Spirituality

Rating: 4 stars

Review copy provided by Enchanted Book Promotions in exchange for an honest review.

Each of us needs to have vision. Not the vision that is seen through our eyes but that which is revealed in our hearts. The vision of your heart will enable you see pass the limitations of time, revealing to you a future that only you can create. The vision of your heart will reveal your true potential and power. The vision of your heart will elevate your mind and expand your thinking so that you would truly believe that all things are possible. We were all created on purpose for a purpose. Your parents cannot assign purpose to you. You must discover this yourself. However, the clues to your purpose are not hard to find. They are hidden in plain sight! It is only for you recognize that what you see in your heart is not a pipe dream but a window into your future and a revelation of your purpose.

This book was written to help you realize your purpose and your destiny by enabling you to:

 

  • Understand who really you are,

  • Discover your passion

  • Understand the significance of your vision

  • Discover your creative power

  • Manifest your vision

  • Unleash your awesome potential.

Vision: Seeing is Achieving is an interesting eye-opener of a book, talking about the vision of your heart, and how you can turn it into a future you can create. It talks about one’s own personal power, the power of our mind, and the strength that comes with finding a purpose.

The book asks a lot of intriguing questions, such as: what is man? which happens to be one of the first chapters. It’s a spiritual book, that deals both with divine purpose, but also with more earthly purposes, and how can accomplish our divine purpose here on earth. It’s an interesting read, the chapters are short and to the point but easy to understand and interesting. The writing is excellent, and once you start reading, it’s hard to put down.

 

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