Treasure Hunt Book Review
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Treasure Hunt book review – not an easy read!

 Treasure Hunt is a book by Rizwan Vark. It’s a little bit different and worth investigating so here is my Treasure Hunt book review.

Treasure Hunt

Have you ever experienced an odd coincidence? Have you visited a place and had a sense of deja vu? Does your body feel strange sometimes perhaps when making decisions about the next path to take?

What if there was a way to just “know” the people, places and opportunities that would be best for you?  We talk about mentors these days but what if you had an inner one that just wants to shake you sometimes?

Rizwan Virk, a successful Silicon Valley entrepreneur and investor, shows you how to tune into messages that are coming to us all the time from the hidden worlds.

These clues, from our inner mentors, or future selves, can help us uncover our hidden Treasure Map, which shows us the work we were meant to do in this life and the path to take to get there.

I did not find this an easy read and had to focus on it more than most books but I read it in just a few days so it kept me coming back to it. I did like howRizwan Virk summarised what he calls  the Clue Lifecycle to provide concrete guidance for our lives and futures. That means I can keep this book and return to it quickly when I need to.

I have always had a keen interest in spiritual matters. I used to read so many New Age books back in the day. This book is interesting in that it combines that spiritual feel and investigation with the business and science world too. It has countless interesting case studies that help to explain the clue lifecycle.

Not everyone will be ready for this book right now but I would encourage everyone to give it a go and see what lessons they can take from it. In a busy and stressful world, we all need to listen to the quieter messages that come our way in dreams and waking life.

I hope you enjoyed my Treasure Hunt book review.

 

 

 

 

 

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5 Comments

  • chantelle hazelden

    I’d say I’m one of those people not ready for this book just yet but it sounds interesting none the less #readwithme

  • Anne

    That really does sound interesting. I’ve read many New Age books myself in my time and I always remember the first time I picked one up. It hadn’t been something that had crossed my mind before but we were in a market place and some off the stalls were inside. I walked up to this one stall and just felt different. i can’t explain it, but I was so drawn in. I picked up my first New Age book and a crystal and became totally fascinated by it all for quite a few years. I guess I could totally believe that I have an inner mentor.

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