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Light is the New Black is a guidebook for a new breed of women who are here to be bright lights in the world.Rebecca Campbell had her first awakening when she was a teenager, but without anyone to guide her, she ignored her soul's callings and dimmed her light in order to fit in. Then, just before her 30th birthday, the life she had so consciously created began to crumbleLight is the New Black is a guidebook for a new breed of women who are here to be bright lights in the world.Rebecca Campbell had her first awakening when she was a teenager, but without anyone to guide her, she ignored her soul's callings and dimmed her light in order to fit in. Then, just before her 30th birthday, the life she had so consciously created began to crumble around her. Her 11-year relationship ended, two dear friends died suddenly, and overnight, her fantastic career as an award-winning creative director no longer fit her soul. It was as if the universe turned off all the lights, so she had no choice but to rediscover her own. In this book, Rebecca guides you to do the same. In order to thrive in this new age, everything must be an authentic expression of who we truly are. Rebecca shares her own journey to the light, alongside practical tools that will help you to answer your soul's callings, and channelled messages from the universe. Reconnect to the core of your being and honour it, so that you can use it to change the world in a way that only you can....

Title : Light Is the New Black: A Guide to Answering Your Soul's Callings and Working Your Light
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ISBN : 25856328
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Number of Pages : 320 Pages
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Light Is the New Black: A Guide to Answering Your Soul's Callings and Working Your Light Reviews

  • Vicky
    2019-05-09 20:17

    This is a lightworker's handbook. All the stuff you ever wanted to know about why you feel different, why you don't fit in, why you feel like such a weirdo and so many other questions are answered in this book.If you've ever felt like you just have no idea wtf you are doing on this planet, but know you are here to do something, this book is for you. If you just feel like you are wandering around with no purpose but you really want to find it, this book is for you. If you feel like you've been living in the shadows and not speaking up for far too long this book is for you.Make sure you have some tissues nearby and get ready to raise some vibrations!!AWESOME BOOK! xx

  • Jessika Wolfe
    2019-05-03 20:07

    If you always feel like you're searching life for why you're here and it weighs on you every day, wondering 'what is my purpose?', this book is for you.I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Rebecca doesn't use the term 'God' hardly at all, instead keeping it open to people from all walks of life calling the higher power in our lives 'source', 'universe' and 'grace', encouraging you to use the word that feels most comfortable to you.It's written in a easy to read format with diary like entries, affirmations, quotes from influential people and mantras. You can choose to read it all through at once or read a 'chapter' per day.Rebecca shares her spotify and free download to her 12 minute guided meditation, helping even the beginner like me make it a daily part of your life.She encourages you to 'find what lights you up', 'be the light' and 'live in the light'. Without giving any spoilers, she explains in depth how to do these things and gives her own personal experience in doing it. She shares her struggles at rock bottom and her triumphs."WARNING: your dreams may not play out as you think they will. There's a considerable chance they will work out better than you could possibly imagine."

  • Cara Pencak
    2019-05-18 18:29

    Very inspiring and empowering. For those who are already awakened, but weary to share their light (like me), this book acts as a confirmation that we're going the right way.

  • Amber
    2019-04-26 18:20

    Repetitive waste of time.

  • Crystal McNaughty
    2019-05-16 18:23

    I could not even finish this book. The back makes it sound interesting but it is full of fluff that made no sense to me whatsoever. I'm a bit cynical but open to some extents and I do like the mindfulness bits at the back but overall this book is for a select group of individuals that have very unique beliefs and this group definitely does NOT include me.

  • Claire McAlpine
    2019-05-19 21:21

    This book came into being as the author collated what she'd called Rebecca's Thoughts and shared through social media. In book form, it's organised into a very engaging narrative of how the author became aware of her interest in the divine, in a more spiritual perspective of life and how she for many years ignored it, until she could no longer.She documents answering the call within her to give over more of her life to doing what felt like her calling from the heart, the soul, which required overcoming the intellect, the ego, a culture and a certain kind of education (the traditional kind). All through this she was studying and learning and filling herself up with trying to understand more about that spiritual side of her which cried out for nourishment, up until she committed to answering that call and adapting her life to get into alignment with it.It's a wonderful read and many women who've followed the traditional education and career approach that our culture promotes will relate to it and perhaps be inspired to be more open and true to that calling as well.Loved it and look forward to reading her next book.

  • Bronwyn
    2019-05-04 15:00

    I feel like this book was a little all over the place. I liked the message it sent and agree with Rebecca to a certain extent. I just feel like the book should have been condensed dramatically as I felt like at times I was reading the same thing over and over again.I felt it got a little repetitive and was a little 'cult-like' especially at the start... (god that seemed harsh but I didn't know any other way to put it).All in all it was a decent book to read if you're just getting into this spiritual thing.

  • Sarah
    2019-04-29 21:30

    The first 200 pages were great; the last 100 were just filled with repetitive messages and waffle. I would've found this more effective if I was able to finish reading whilst in the same mind space as when I started; however life got in the way and if I'd put it down I probably wouldn't have picked it up again. 3.5/5

  • Emily
    2019-05-06 13:30

    This is exactly the sort of book I have been waiting to read. The author uses her authentic voice to discuss the importance of being open to spiritual guidance and the corresponding implications it has in various areas of life. I am happy to have stumbled upon this book and highly recommend it.

  • Martha
    2019-05-23 21:20

    There's some good stuff in here, but it was a little too woo woo for my tastes.

  • Rebecca
    2019-05-05 13:06

    I wasn't entirely sure what this book would be about but I loved the cover and something about it just appealed to me. I was curious about what this book would tell me.It has a little bit of a memoir vibe to it as Rebecca Campbell tells the story of her spiritual journey and then she also offers advice on how others can find their true calling and open up spiritually. I think this is always something that has interested me but never something I've particularly thought about.Rebecca Campbell also provides tips on different types of meditations and she also has links to her website where you can find more content relating to certain topics.The back of this book makes it seem like it's advertised as being predominantly for females but there were only a couple of chapters (very short chapters of about a page) that were about female empowerment and even then I think that males would be able to read them anyway.I think that Light is the New Black had a lot of interesting tips and advice in it and it will probably be something that I'll go back to every now and again. If you think this book is something that might appeal to you then I would suggest giving this book a read. Campbell is currently working on another book at the moment and I definitely think I'll pick it up when it comes out later on this year.

  • Sarah McCue
    2019-04-28 13:10

    If this is your first time dipping your pinky toe into the pool of spiritual books and you are just starting to awaken, then this book could be a good place to start. I think it could be great for beginners who aren't familiar with this kind of message, however, I was looking for something a little deeper and more inspiring and I felt as if after awhile the author was just repeating herself (plus she used the word 'niggling' about a million times - maybe it's more of a UK term but this American found it slightly distracting...). There are exercises and whatnot that could prove beneficial if you haven't already done them with another author and the book is divided into very short and easy to read sections. I think this is especially helpful because it makes it easy to get through since you can pick the book up and read for only a few minutes a day and still feel like you are putting in work. Beautiful book cover and catchy title that is right on trend. Either way, good on you, Rebecca, for putting yourself out there and helping others find their light :) I can never criticize that.

  • Heidi Gardner
    2019-05-07 18:18

    First, I am a sucker for a pretty cover. The description of this book focuses on light working—which is normally too high on the floof factor, even for me. But guess what, I love her description of light working. And the suggestions are practical and grounded in everyday life.As I was reading early on, I was disappointed by the way the book was divided into short sections, but as I continued I grew to love the format and found it really versatile for digesting the information. It would also really make it easy doing a read along or book group with others. All of the prompts give it a workbook feel that is casual and great food for thought.The personal stories that the author shares are less memoir, more sharing life with a friend in a café. I have to admit, I am reading it again already. That’s a good sign for me.

  • Mandy
    2019-05-10 19:17

    Third time reading this book and each time I take away something new. One thing that remains the same is feeling like I've been reunited with myself and her words bring me back to focus on my path...What I truly want. My passions. I always feel more connected and aware after reading this and I really love how you can just randomly turn to a page in this book and receive a positive message. I will definitely read it again...and again.

  • Anke
    2019-05-24 15:02

    This book has some beautiful and inspiring ideas, unfortunately it has a lot more nonsense. The book was very repetitive and I felt that it build more on the work of other authors and exsisting ideas and theories than on her own original ideas. Her personal stories felt very self congratulatory and overal the book felt very superficial to me.

  • Rochelle
    2019-05-15 19:07

    "Light is the New Black" by Australian Rebecca Campbell was recommended to me by a client a couple of years ago - and I've finally finished reading it 😊💕✨ Very inspiring! Of course, I listened to "Rise Sister Rise" before this audiobook - I don't think it matters the order in which these 2 books are read in 😊📚

  • Natalie
    2019-05-01 14:03

    An anthem for our generation. It's not so much about what I LEARNED from the book, but that I know others feel the same as I do and it is comforting to hear the words being told from such a strong, yet nurturing voice like Rebecca's. I feel like we are on the exact same wavelength!

  • Heather K Veitch
    2019-05-24 17:20

    This is a book to be savoured slowly ... I found myself reading a section or two and then taking some time to fully process and integrate some of the wisdom herein. My copy is now covered in sticky notes. A treasure. :)

  • Emily Ann
    2019-05-26 16:15

    Quick read, I couldn't put it down! I highlighted SO many quotes and ideas. This book really spoke to me and was a great way to help me begin the process of "finding my light." I know this will be a book I will come back to again and again.

  • Natalie K. Martin
    2019-04-29 18:12

    Very uplifting read, and I'm not normally a fan of books about lightworking. Some great nuggets of inspiration about how to raise yourself up, make yourself happy and make others happy too.

  • Megan Kaur
    2019-05-18 16:17

    Life changing.

  • Andrea
    2019-05-10 15:28

    Very little substance. I tend to follow my intuition but I feel like this woman might be an egomaniac who cut most people out of her life? Strange read for sure.

  • Sharon Bright
    2019-05-15 13:17

    Inspiring and down-to-Earth read. Again, I'll be referencing this book periodically!!

  • Sian Lile-Pastore
    2019-05-02 17:14

    This book was just what I needed.

  • Kylie Young
    2019-05-17 15:03

    This book is another life changer. This is what "women who run with wolves" was trying to be. This is such a beautiful book and so relatable to me. It will be perfect for those on a spiritual journey wanting to write a book, an autobiography maybe. I love writing down how I am feeling as a way of moving past problems, so this really helped.I continued moving from thinking this is the best book to, "this book has a few contradictions, I'm not sure about this".Rebecca talks about doing things as you are called to, and continually reiterates that you must, just do! As an example, she says she was annoyed with herself for doubting her writing abilities when she was younger and the time it took her to begin writing this book because she thought she was not ready. I feel like doubting yourself is quite a normal part of fear and fear stops you from doing things that may hurt you or you may regret. This could have also been her intuition telling her she wasn't ready to write a book yet. I felt like this was a small contradiction because you shouldn't really beat yourself up for waiting or for any regrettable action in the past. You can always start now and that is the perfect time to start. Every past thought or action has brought you to where you are now and you can't change your past, but you can make the most of what you do with the opportunities that arise from them - which is actually what she was getting to. In her defence, it is important to say that I do agree when she said her fears over writing were fixed by submitting them to the universe and letting go of them. You can't regret your past, you can only fix the returning behavioural patterns that hold you back. I do love this book. It was a very easy read.

  • Rachel Elizabeth
    2019-05-26 17:13

    I wanted to love this book, I really did - and I tried! I was inspired by some of Campbells' standalone quotes and ideas that had been shared on platforms such as instagram, so I eagerly purchased it. I was very disappointed that a lot of the content was all about her, things that she did (or supposedly did), and advertising for her website. It was a very disjointed read and felt very false and inauthentic. I had to close the book when I got to the part where she supposedly announced at a very important meeting that her publicist was a 200-year-old spirit guide called Charlotte. Sure you did, Rebecca, and then everyone stood up and clapped, right? But wait, there's more - you can even go to her website and download a (not free) guided meditation so you can meet your very own guides too! Honestly, reading this book made me feel even more alone and upset.

  • Rebecca Sampon
    2019-05-23 17:08

    (Disclaimer, I only read listened to half the book on Audible and did not complete)While I enjoyed aspects of this book, for what she said rang true to me, it wasn’t the kind of guide I needed. I’m looking for more ways to take action in my life, and the half of the book I listened too felt like different variations of saying the same thing over and over.1. Do what lights you up and in turn that will light up others2. There is a bigger universe and God out there that has your back, don’t worry3. You are part of everything that came before you (reincarnation)4. Suffering is preparation and a test for your lightAll interesting and helpful, but I probably would have enjoyed it more from a physical book that I could pick up and read when I needed a pick me up. Not an audiobook I would listen to on my commute as it felt very repetitive.

  • Jenny
    2019-04-30 19:13

    I love the start of this book. I loved hearing her life story, but then she kept going on about how she hoped that you hit rock bottom, then fall even further into despair. How she rejoices when someone gets shattered into a million pieces, are completely alone and have no idea how they can ever piece themselves back to together - and all I can think is - Bitch!I know she means well, but wishing the worse on someone - horrible. I want spiritual growth, but I DO NOT believe that you have to completely fall apart and go through horrific things to achieve that. So I stopped reading - it was also a little too "Rah Rah Rah Female Power" for me too.

  • Leeann Rose
    2019-05-25 17:27

    If you pick up this book, it means you were meant to. You will take at least one meaningful insight from it. I know I did. Written in sections with various messages that the author wants to share with her reader. Some may not be able to resonate with everyone but an eye opening read nonetheless. Now having finished the book, I feel inspired to "let my light shine" - to be myself and spread goodness (or light) to others so that we can raise the vibration on this planet.

  • Hadeel Hasan
    2019-05-18 19:07

    i'm not that spiritual, so most of what's in the book doesn't make sense to me. However, it's inspires, motivates you to start working on what you really want to be and help you to figure out yourself and your desires. I considered it as a motivational book and i ignored the part about soul's callings, everyone has a message in this life and a role to play..etc. I mean the things that i don't believe in.