Cost: $10.87 (Paperback)
Rating: 3 of of 5 stars
Goodreads Synopsis: Sonia and Sabrina Tully are sisters and best friends who were raised in a very unique way, taught how to tap into their intuition by their mom, Sonia Choquette, a world-renowned best-selling author, spiritual teacher, and pioneer in her field. But just like you, they’re young people in their 20s who like to hang out with friends, take selfies, try new foods and fashion trends, travel, and are learning how to make sense of the world. With intuition as their compass, they move though life with trust and confidence—even if they don’t know where the road is leading.
This book is a love letter to you: the next generation of spiritual seekers. Sonia and Sabrina see the struggles others are facing, and they know the struggle, because they’re in it, too. And they’re here to share simple ways to tune you back into you. These tools will empower you to get out of your head and get out of your own way so you can live the life you want. It’s a great way to get your brain to shut the f*ck up and get on board with what you want! And the best part? Living a spirited life not only makes life easier, it makes life more fun!
I picked up this book entirely because Sonia Choquette changed my life.
I thought it would be very interesting to get an inside look at the lives of her daughters who are about the same age as I am. In Choquette’s novels, she talks about the ups and down of being psychic and intuitive. She leads her readers down the path she followed to accomplish what she has today.
When I heard that Sonia’s daughters (Sonia and Sabrina) were writing their own book, I knew I needed to get my hands on it immediately.
This book, unlike their mothers, focuses on very real issues that are going on today. I appreciate the honest of the Choquette-Tully sisters, however, there were times I cringed at the pop culture terms and the overuse of swear words. I would have liked to see something a little more eloquently written.
I did enjoy the book, but it took me more time to read than I originally expected. A lot of their facts were repetitive. The bullet point style is helpful, but also makes the chapters harder to read. You get caught up in the simplicity instead of delving deeper into the meaning of the book.
That being said, anyone into self-help books and seeking a more self-loving lifestyle would enjoy this book. It packed full of tips to tune into your intuition and let go of your ego.
I don’t think this is a classic and I probably won’t be re-reading it, but I do look forward to what they publish in the future with a little more experience.
Keep working girls, I will be eagerly waiting to buy the next book!
In addition to being authors, they also offer courses in intuitive training like their mother. Visit their website or follow them on social media for more information!