Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers’ Favorite
Mindfulness: Water’s Evolution Understanding Form by Jason L
Mondragon is a New Age book on spirituality. This is book two of a
trilogy. He talks about the Consciousness and the Star Beings. He
talks about the history of Atlantis, and how evil corrupted the world.
Jason L Mondragon uses charts to help explain what dimensions and
realms are. He also uses the Emerald Tablets and the Egyptian
Book of the Dead to explain the history. He also goes into details
about the different Star Beings.
I think Mindfulness by Jason L Mondragon was extremely
fascinating. I have not read the first book, but I liked that I did not
feel lost because of it. Though I highly recommend that you do read
them in order; it would make it even clearer. I liked that he said you
do not have to believe, I found that refreshing. I loved how he used
charts to explain things, it made it easier to understand. I really
liked how Jason L Mondragon has a glossary at the end; it made it
easier to find the definitions instead of Googling. He also shared his
website and other social media at the end, which was nice to know
we can contact him there. I loved having an ‘aha’ moment from this
book, actually a couple of them. If you are a Being who is awake or
is awakening, or just a person who likes to learn about spirituality,
this is a definite must-read, preferably in order.
Subtitle: Water’s Evolution Understanding Form
Author: JASON L MONDRAGON
Genre: Non-Fiction – New Age
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