Transforming Venus by Paula Weisflock (Book Review #447)

Transforming Venus by Paula Weisflock



Transforming Venus is a self-help book designed to enhance the quality of life. The main focus is for mid-life women who wish to make changes to their lifestyle. The formation is inspirational and contains a transformation that results in a blissful feeling.


The work also works on boosting confidence and self-esteem which consequently has you feel good about yourself and the way you look at life.

This isn’t a medical book and for it to be used as such. It is not a replacement for one seeking therapy either. What it does provide though, is cultivating a mindful self-compassion.


The beginning of some of the chapters had interesting illustrations which were pleasant to the eye.


“Before you agree to do anything that might add even the smallest amount of stress to your life, ask yourself: What is my truest intention? Give yourself time to let a yes resound within you. When it’s right, I guarantee your entire body will feel it.” Oprah Winfrey

The author believes in de-stressing, distress and respects the fact that every individual has its own wings of tolerance. The significance of stress is variable to each person and for that reason, we cannot remedy a simple formula in order to deal with it.


The literature was easy to follow and read. The chapters were divided and contained interesting concepts of better living. I recommend this book to people that are interesting in reading self-help books.


Written by Jeyran Main

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