What I love about this book is that it's not your typical book on spirituality. Yes, it contains spiritual guidance for a society in need of letting go, but what Tehya Sky illuminates in her book is how practical spirituality is. To Tehya, spirituality is not something for some people, or that spirituality is to be done in such-and-such a manor. The author shows us how spirituality is the perpetual experience of living an awakened life. She shows us how to be bravely aware, but most importantly, she teaches us how to let go of limiting beliefs. Humbly, those limiting beliefs may be the supposed evolved new-aged beliefs about "how to live a spiritual life." However, Tehya, through her easy-to-read and often times poetic book, helps the reader step into their awakened self and teach us to let go of the expectations we place on ourselves on what it is to be awakened. Thus, through humble engagement with our experience we become who we truly are.
The book is well organized and easy to read. It contains enjoyable passages of experience and expressions of poetry. For the person who wants help engaging with the world, with both the mundane and the profound, this is the book for you. It is obvious the author herself has walked the walk and not just talked the talk. I highly recommend this book.