Imagine a journey that would ignite the magic of you, leaving you in awe of your sheer magnificence. It is one that can piece together an ever-fuller understanding of yourself, articulating a quest to define and re-define monumental discoveries within your potential, allowing you to become more acutely aware of the passage of time. A journey that will expand your thought into uncharted dimensions, one that will take you to a place where heaven embraces the earth, where your soul touches your humanity.
There are eternal truths that have been apparent from lifetimes before and will be apparent for lifetimes to come and these truths oscillate as jet streams, pulsating through every culture across the world. I invite you to embark on a journey with me, a journey of self-discovery. This journey will reveal infinite truths through the illusion of your psyche. Truths that are even unknown to the author and can only be discovered through you from moment to moment.
Sir Richard Branson and his wife Joan invited the author and his partner to spend a weekend with them at their private game reserve, Ulusaba. They encountered a leopard, which was in the process of hunting an impala. The author interprets the leopard’s state of mind through the human bias, and asked a simple question, “If this leopard was thinking like a human being, what would he be thinking?”
Line of Sight explores thought processes both conscious and unconscious. Using the example of a leopard hunting an impala to illustrate his point, the author reveals that we have a distorted view on life, caused by our ego mind, rational mind and our accumulated experiences. It is only by engaging with our instincts that we can hope to find our line of sight which will allow us to identify opportunities as they appear.
A very humorous story about a romantic horse ride that goes out of control sets the scene for the chapter. The author explains how his inability to manipulate the reins left him at the mercy of the horse...
The author goes face-to-face with a great white shark and implies that when we come face-to-face with our greatest fears, we realize that it’s not people who fail, rather it’s the strategies they employ that fail...