Reviewed By Lesley Jones for Readers’ Favorite
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In It’s Not Too Late Baby by Eva G Kane, musician Eva’s 24-year marriage is on the brink of failure when she discovers her husband Adam’s infidelity with a younger woman. They both want the marriage to succeed, but equally, they are subconsciously sabotaging success. Follow Eva’s brutally honest account of her marriage problems and the roles both she and her husband took in the demise and success of their relationship. Eva’s childhood experiences of her parents and upbringing were a major factor in how she saw not just herself, but those closest to her. Adam and Eva were playing the roles of punisher and victim alternatively. Although they tried counselling, it was not until their discovery of Kundalini yoga, that the Pandora’s box of enlightenment was revealed. All of a sudden, every action, emotion and experience made sense as to why their lives were at this crisis point. Then it was time to start to heal and grow together, much stronger than they ever thought possible.This hard-hitting and truthful memoir will strike a chord with anyone who has suffered hardship in their lives, and is feeling stuck or lost about which direction to take.
Eva has such a loving personality and it was interesting to see how her childhood experiences molded her view of the world and those who hurt her. Her journey from victim to a self-aware woman who takes responsibility for the choices she makes was quite refreshing. Kundalini yoga was the key for Eva to let go of all her self-inflicted labels, blame, and to open her mind and heart to the possibilities that had always been there. It was so comforting and beautiful to see both Adam and Eva let go of their egos and experience limitless happiness and joy. There are sections of this book which were difficult to read as they were so honest and thought-provoking. However, Eva’s sense of humor also came through in sections, the Carter Fudd section made me laugh out loud. Finally, the quote that sums up the lessons that can be learned from reading this inspiring memoir: “When you understand who and what you are, Your radiance projects into the universal radiance, And everything around you becomes creative and full of opportunity,” Yogi Bhajan.