Full Cup, Thirsty Spirit is a self help book written by Karen Horneffer – Gunter, Ph.D and published by Hay House.
Right from the very start of this book I was questioning aspects of my life, which can only be a good thing. The book takes a flexible approach to the “tools” discussed, allowing the reader to dip into it where they need it most.
The author pinpoints six key shifts and discusses each at length. The aim is to bring balance into our busy lives in all areas, whether that be work, play, rest, enlightenment and so on. We are asked to question aspects of ourselves to help bring about positive change within our lives.
The author uses her own life and case histories from her psychology practice to get her point across, giving good examples of how we can achieve the change we seek. This allows the reader to identify their problems with those who have faced similar problems in life. It helps, in my opinion, to show that an answer can be sought and all is not lost.
At the end of each section there are plenty of practical things to do, helping the reader put into practice what they are learning and discovering about themselves.
I have read many self help books and found plenty of them to be lacking. This book is a good source of help upon the road to achieving balance within our overloaded, hectic lives. If you have tried self help books and found them to be lacking, then I recommend you read this one, I thoroughly enjoyed it and found out a few things about myself that I wasn’t aware of. It helped to answer a lot of questions I had been asking myself of late.
Definitely recommend and well worth a read.