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Like dewdrops from a silent night, writings in Letters from your Soul are distinctly brilliant, and, resonate with our sense of beauty and wonder. They contain the condensed wisdom of years of soul-searching before Victor’s awakening, and years of compassionate attempts since, by him, to remind others of their own journey towards self-realisation. The messages are relevantLike dewdrops from a silent night, writings in Letters from your Soul are distinctly brilliant, and, resonate with our sense of beauty and wonder. They contain the condensed wisdom of years of soul-searching before Victor’s awakening, and years of compassionate attempts since, by him, to remind others of their own journey towards self-realisation. The messages are relevant to anyone who has ever pondered about existence and the possibilities of improving this life-experience, the only thing that truly belongs to us.The style of writing interweaves between storytelling, conversation and prose-poetry. The uniqueness of these expressions of timeless truths lies in the fact that throughout his spiritual search, and, the years following his awakening, Victor continues to remain in the chaos of an average urban life. And, for this reason, his messages act as a perfect bridge between the unworldly and worldly quests of human mind, giving immense hope to finding a life full of freedom, joy and love by remaining exactly where we are.---From back cover: Your journey didn't begin when you were born, or, even when you thought you have arrived; Your journey begins, when you stop, and look for new eyes, to see you. Your journey didn't begin, when you fulfilled your dreams; Your journey begins, when you reject dreams that you bought in your sleep. Your journey didn't begin, when you were told that you have made it; Your journey begins when you reject the notion 'what you have become, is the best you can be'. Your journey awaits for a path never travelled before. Start making your path from here; and start walking towards a new 'you' now. Beauty, Wonder, and Faith; you will find them all, on your way.Readings in the Letters from your soul are filled with sparks to ignite a flame of self-renewal, but, the readiness to burn, and, be new, needs to come from within you....

Title : Letters From Your Soul
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ISBN : 9780992382001
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 166 Pages
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Letters From Your Soul Reviews

  • Sudha
    2018-12-11 19:41

    It took me 4 months to read ‘Letters from your Soul’, not because it is bulky but because I lived few chapters of the book. From moving in to my own house to losing a dear one, the book has covered it all. For me, ‘Letters from your Soul’, is a monologue that is meant to be read to an audience, understand it and absorb it. But here the audience is none other than the reader himself/herself. “What died with you, were my expectations… my future conversations with youBut what didn’t die is my love for you….your wisdom, and the things I learned being around you…my lessons will be more treasured now…What didn’t die, is my gratitude, for having you in my life...”When I was grieving the loss of a true guardian angel to my family, these lines brought me comfort and left me misty-eyed. It is not possible to fill the void left by those departed however; they can be kept alive in our memories by cherishing the days spent with them, by being grateful for feeling their love and for inspiring us to realize our dreams. Letters from your Soul deals with the complexities of life in extremely simple manner. The emotions, states of mind, habits, social structures such as society, marriage are personified so that the reader can relate to them. Freedom is depicted as bird so is jealousy. Society is presented as a human, so are fear and death. It is a book that has to be read loud as if you are thinking loud; as if you are facing your own monsters, existence of which you refuse. “Maybe love needed to be first, and the changes we wanted second…Why did it take me a lifetime to see that where there is love, miracles follow…why did it take me a lifetime to see that I just needed to love…Each day that I wished you were different is the day I lost...”Love is a feeling, a state of being, which some of us have felt it and some want to feel it. We use this term so easily and often get it confused with so many other feelings. But yet it is mystical, alluring and unfathomable. The subtlety of the expressions enhances their beauty yet they bring out emphatically, the hard fact that defeats the very spirit of love with the last line, “Each day that I wished you were different is the day I lost...”“House did not become yours just because you made lot of money….but because it also wanted to be yours…This place is as alive as you are….Area of a house is not measured in square feet…It is measured in disappearing distances, between its dwellers…”These lines brought me the long awaited smile that comes only with contentment, as fruition of hard work, as an answer to umpteen questions and as a sound sleep after a long day. I hung on to each line as I was able to relate to everything that was said. The writing structure and technique of ‘Letters from your Soul’ does not follow the established norms, which is its uniqueness. As the title suggests, it’s your own voice that speaks to you which does not understand the nuances of syntax. It is free flowing and only concerns with striking a chord with you. The thoughts in the book are meant to sink, make you question, hate them yet they simmer in your conscious until it becomes relevant to you and you realize that it is nothing but the truth. As a reader, do not expect to understand and relate to everything that is said. Probably, you may not agree to most of it, but they sure leave you thinking. Someone, who is going through testing times and figuring out the answer to “why me?” may not find a comforting answer unless it is approached with a free and unbiased mind.‘Letters from you Soul’ is a celebration of human spirit, freedom from the shackles of self-imposed beliefs and societal norms. Use this as a guidebook to free your entangled mind, heart and soul.

  • Marie
    2018-11-24 15:34

    The first thing that catched my eye was the title „letters from your soul“. It sounded like something I had to read at once. I also loved the cover, which goes perfectly with the title. So, just from the outside a 5* book. And it’s also beautiful from the inside. The part about calmness is one of my favourites.It’s not a book you read in one piece, but one you can come to after a hard day or just in a silent hour.I got this book through First Reads and I’m glad and thankful for winning it.

  • Paul
    2018-11-16 13:36

    I received a free copy of this book as a Goodreads Giveaway.The book appealed to me straightaway and I thoroughly emjoyed reading it, both on a superficial but also ona depper and more meaningful level. I found myself re-reading a few chapters before I moved on and found something from all of them.I haven't read a book remotely like this before, so found this to be a refreshing and very worthwhile change from the usual genres of book which I tend to go for.Really Liked It - hence a 4 star rating

  • Shrilaxmi
    2018-12-04 19:30

    I recieved this book through a goodreads giveaway. There are two contrasting ways to read this book. You can read it literally - read the stories, and get entertained. Or, you can read it figuratively understanding human nature and getting out of the cycle of pointlessness. You can learn how anger, doubt, greed and last ruin your life. It is easier to understand your feelings and become better at handling them.

  • Sue
    2018-12-08 19:35

    After many years I picked up a book of poems and was pleasantly surprised. Reflecting on the deep sentiments evoked pleasant memories. I have been reading a poem or two each night helping me relax from my crazy day.

  • Jeanette
    2018-11-25 13:50

    I would like to Victor Noble for sending me Letters from your Soul, which I won in Goodreads First Reads last month. It was a lovely touch to find the book nicely gift wrapped.Beautiful poems! A book that I shall read again.

  • Gagan Kaur
    2018-11-29 20:39

    Its not a book.. Its like my bible.. when I feel a particular emotion.. I go read the relevant chapter.. and i really can not explain what I feel after that..

  • Rena
    2018-11-12 12:43

    I have mixed feelings on books about spirituality in general and I find myself not really 'getting it'. I know the editor's put up a warning at the front of the book about how the words were structured and it's not typical of a published work, but I couldn't help myself from seeing the flaws of it and it is a bit jarring to me.However, all that aside, I did enjoy some of the readings and although most of the life lessons seems like common sense to me...maybe there will be others who will find that reading this book will resonate with their soul.[Disclaimer: Copy received from Giveaway.]

  • Victor Noble
    2018-11-11 13:38

    A unique and captivating read. March 3, 2014 By John C. Coroneos - (’s book is a unique and beautiful blend of poetry and reflections on the various aspects of human life, from relationships, anger, freedom, death etc.In a way it reminded me of my experience reading Kahlil Gibran’s, The Prophet. Both books are permeated with the inspired state of their authors.I was totally drawn into each of the readings, every line was ringing with the truth, and I just wanted to sink deeper and deeper into the feelings of revelation and inner nourishment.The readings are simple and accessible to everyone. I will be reading them again many times to receive what these profound words have to offer.Highly recommended.---- 5.0 out of 5 stars Profound, soulful and quite unlike anything I've read before. 6 March 2014 By Stephen C. - Published on Amazon.comFormat:PaperbackI give this book five stars - but only for those who are seriously seeking answers to life's challenges for their hearts.In my opinion, this is not a book to entertain the mind. I found what Noble writes - and his writing style - to be unsatisfying for the mind as there is nothing to attach to, nor any quick fixes on offer.Noble's writing is so very simple and easy to read yet there is something truly special here, something quite unlike any other book I've read.The soulful words seem to go deep inside and stir up questions about how I operate within myself and my life. This is somewhat unsettling, so it's not a book for those who are wanting shallow platitudes to create a veneer of new agey mushiness whilst avoiding the discomfort of real growth.If, however, you are a serious seeker, and you don't need a book to be either complicated or sensationalist - and you are prepared to steep your soul in these words as if you were brewing a tea - then it could well be the most important book you ever read, period.I suspect I will be reading various chapters from this book for many years to come. To be honest, I think I will need that long to absorb what it has to offer.

  • Sammy Petrova
    2018-12-05 12:25

    I WON THIS AUTOGRAPHED BOOK ON A COMPLETELY FREE GIVEAWAY on Goodreads2.5/3 of 5!!A collection of poems very pretty! Obviously, if we do not stop to think about each poem, this becomes a book that does not make sense. The individual poems are short and readable. I fell in love Number 5 (Self, Faith and Doubt), the number 25 (Silence), 32 (Recalls Buddha) and the 34th (Smart, Intelligent, Brilliant, Genius and Simple). The whole book has a lot of ideas for beautiful reflections, both personal and shereable with others.

  • James S
    2018-11-15 12:51

    Amazing!This books comes as a breath of fresh air amongst thousands of spirituality books. Loved each different piece in the book. Some chapters are like stories and others are like dialogues to reader or even poetry. After a long time a book which made me read many of the chapters again and again. Pure, simple and straight from the heart. Highly recommended!

  • Darina Philogene
    2018-11-26 12:36

    I really appreciated reading this book. Very eye opening and inspirational.I think my favourite chapter would have to be "Fear".