Book Review: Enchantment by Katherine May

In this week's podcast it's the last in the series on the heart and mind connection. So it's a book review of Enchantment by Katherine May. Continue Reading Book Review: Enchantment by Katherine May

Welcome to the 231st episode of the award-winning Diverse Minds podcast and the last in the series on the heart and mind connection.

So, I thought it was time for a book review. I’m going to be reviewing the book Enchantment by Katherine May.

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In today’s show on the Book Review Enchantment

  • About my TedX Wolverhampton talk. [00:55]
  • A brief overview of the book Enchantment by Catherine May [01:25]
  • What I liked about this book. [03:53]
  • One thing I found frustrating about the book. [06:21]
  • My takeaways from the book. [08:29]

Quotes on the Book Review Enchantment

  • In my view, not many of us have had a great start to 2024.
  • Spending at least 120 minutes in nature is associated with good health and wellbeing.  
  • Things that once brought me joy, made me feel incredibly flat after the pandemic.
  • What I liked about the book was the accessible chapters on the themes of earth, water, fire and air.
  • I think it was great to have the helpful and interesting insight into what reconnection looked like for her.

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