What has been said about Remembering Perfection:
"I can always tell how much a book has an impact on me by the degree to which I quote from it to my friends and the amount I write about it in my diary. I've been doing huge amounts of both since reading Remembering Perfection, so can honestly say that this has been one of the books that has moved me the most recently (and I read a LOT of books of spirituality!). There's nothing earth-shatteringly new in the book but where Jessica excels is in making what can be abstract spiritual concepts very real and very practical, and while doing this, weaving in beautiful observations and stories on the themes she covers. Highly recommended."
"An excellent working book for a person looking to deepen their spiritual reality. The format is very user-friendly, and the notes at the end of each chapter most useful. This book is a working tool, and one reading is not enough. Definitely a book to be used again and again, especially in a retreat situation."
"Finally a book about spirituality for those of us not too keen on God and the higher spirits. This book is full of humour, written in plain English and puts you to work on your own issues in life in a very practical way. Excellent reading material which leaves you positively and creatively thinking on reshaping your life into a tailor-made one to suit your wishes. It is realistic and the author skilfully reaches out to the normal folks of this world. The only downside is that you cannot focus on anything else whilst reading it!"
Nathalie Frechet (Germany)
"An excellent book, clearly written, full of practical suggestions to help shed the baggage of life and move through the spiritual journey more focussed, with a superb range of maps (tools) for the route. I really appreciated the end of chapter summaries. So often I get to the end of a chapter and find I can't fully recall the key points. Each chapter also carries at the end of it a specific guided meditation, which you could easily record, and use regularly. This is no dull piece of theory; it is obvious the author speaks from the heart and from much experience and inner contemplation; the anecdotes and cartoons add a great touch of humour. Not to be missed."
Mr. Andrew S. B. Hunter
"You will find this book really inspiring. Whether you have personal issues you are working through, or whether you are just reading it for general interest you will find opportunities to enhance your life. As each chapter approaches different aspects of life it will always be great as a reference to dip back into, and the tips at the end of each chapter give great ways to enable long-term change. It triggers me to challenge my attitudes, behaviours and beliefs in a very positive and inspirational way and leaves me with a significant feel good factor each time I read more."
Mrs. K. Harper (UK)
"This book was recommended to me by a friend as I wanted an introduction to Spirituality but nothing to woo hoo!
This is an easy read with Jessica sharing examples of what spirituality is to her and relating it to real life. It offers some simple exercises to help you reflect and reach your own conclusions.
I enjoyed the book as it helped me reflect on some areas of my life that needed some attention. Well worth a read."
"I bought this bought after reading an article about career change written by Jessica. I also sought some life coaching from the author herself and have found this to be worth every penny. The book is extremely well written and gets you back in touch with what you are, who you are, where you are going and the simple things in life we take for granted.
I was at a crossroads in my life, after having a baby and not looking forward to going back to work, in fact I was quite depressed. I started to read this book and it was like the cloud lifted and the sun shone. It made such sense to simply be grateful. Jessica enabled me to realise that those moments I have of being extremely impulsive are there for a reason, they are telling you to do something. I was always getting cross with myself for wasting time on silly ideas, when in fact they have turned into vital parts of my life and have started me on a completely new and exciting path and I feel passionate again.
All I can say is read this book, I think its great..."
"This is one of those books you will want to keep for the journey. It has some great insights into what makes us tick as humans, is illustrated with humorous cartoons, and plenty of practical ideas at the end of each chapter to get you started and then keep you going on the process of change. I would definitely recommend it."
A. C. Wood
Remembering Perfection is one of the best books on living life with a spiritual focus that I have ever read. It is easy to read and refreshingly humorous. Each chapter concentrates on an area of life helping you find your own personal path to truly and honestly "being", starting from where it matters most to you. Remembering Perfection is full of the author's personal experiences, simply and honestly shared in a way that resonates with your own and makes you feel that the principles illustrated are not just "taught", but have been lived and experienced first hand. This book offered me ideas and tools for tuning in to my spiritual essence in a way that feels "possible". What a relief! This is definitely a book I will be going back to again and again.
Elisa Sibille (UK)
"I find this book easy to read and full of useful anecdotes, it was both a very personal account of personal development and fulfilment and a useful handbook for others to follow. Humorous and insightful it gave me plenty to think about."
C. J. Vaughan
"I found Remembering Perfection an accessible read, surprisingly chatty in style, while still managing to deal with many complex ideas and issues in an engaging manner. I would highly recommend it to anyone looking to either start or deepen their spiritual practices in everyday life."
"An excellent and insightful book, written with a delightful sense of humour at our human condition. The illustrations are a real bonus too, they make me chuckle each time I look at them. Useful to refer to, or just to dip into."
J. Sylvia Gibson