Lessons From The Lighthouse

cover326x326Have you watched the movie Life Of Pi, or read the book written by Yann Martel? I have, and I was blown away by the various lessons contained therein.

I’m such a nerd- I actually sat down one night (after having watched it five times already, once while sobbing into a towel!) with a notepad and pencil, a glass of wine, and wrote these lessons down as they came to me while watching the movie. I must add here that if you haven’t read the book, please do! It isn’t often that movie-makers are able to translate the essence of a book onto the big screen. This is one of those rare instances where they absolutely nailed it! I was pleasantly surprised to find that reading the book after I’d seen the movie helped to clear up the questions I’d had from watching the film. Yann Martel tells this harrowing tail of shipwreck and spiritual meandering in a wonderfully comedic way that pulls you into the story and leaves you spellbound.

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I’ve decided to call this series Lessons From The Lighthouse, in homage to the imagery found in the film, Life Of Pi. These lessons have served as an inspiration to me in my personal growth and development in the past year and half, and now, I’m sharing them with you. I hope that they are instrumental in helping you find your inner ability to create miracles in your own life. New lessons are posted every Wednesday. Feel free to like, re-blog and share! If you have any questions or comments, please leave me a message in the comments below.

Do you have a suggestion for a good movie/book that can be developed into a Personal Development series? Let me know- I’d be happy to give it a look!

To find the entire series, click here.

Light & Love!

Asa-Mari

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