So I am thoroughly going through a phase of obsession where all I can think about are the words of Michael A. Singer and I feel them echoing through my very being. If you are not familiar with Michael A. Singer, he is the author of the #1 New York Times best Seller, The Untethered Soul. I thought that The Untethered Soul was rocking my world until I stumbled upon The Surrender Experiment: My Journey Into Life's Perfection. I recently got hooked on adding audiobooks to my repertoire. I tend to pick spiritual books to listen to as I make my way through the hectic city. It gets me mentally and emotionally prepared for any task or commitment that lies ahead. I am still in the process of reading The Untethered Soul. It has honestly taken me forever because it is one of those books that is so profound, it requires constant reflection. I have put The Untethered Soul on pause until I am done with The Surrender Experiment. The idea of being done with that book brings tears to my eyes because it has had such a positive effect on me. I however; find solace in knowing that it is a book that I will most likely go back to over and over for years to come. I put The Untethered Soul on hold because The Surrender Experiment provides insights into the wise man behind The Untethered Soul, a perspective that I did not realize I was craving in order to  further cement its teachings. I found myself asking a lot "who is this man" and "how the heck did he figure this all out"? Now I know that his journey and commitment to surrendering to life's greater purpose is what led him to write and share the immense wisdom found in "The Untethered Soul". The Surrender Experiment has provided me with an overwhelming sense of peace.  I find myself crying emotional tears of joy as I have been so moved my Michael's journey. I find that I am further moved by finally accepting and trusting that life has a bigger plan in store for us. All we need to do is let go and surrender to the opportunities that it presents us, even if our ego is in resistance. As a result, I feel so compelled to finally surrender. I feel like a weight has been lifted off of me knowing that life has a greater plan for me, one that I will not micromanage, resist or question. I look forward to this greater plan and trust that life has nothing but joy and abundance in store for me. I encourage you to surrender to the gifts that life would like you to receive and see where the journey leads you. If you have an open mind and heart, I strongly recommend this book.