Kids are hungry for stimulating questions and ideas that expand their mind and awareness. They don’t just want to be entertained – they also want to think. They want to know why the world is the way it is and how they can achieve their goals and find their true self.
The Hidden Order is even more enjoyable than The Mastery Club. It was an enlightening experience reading it. We really liked the advanced concepts in this book that built on The Mastery Club, and the way that old ideas were reviewed. The timing was perfect – it reminded us of these concepts at a perfect time in our lives.The Hidden Order is an amazing book which we would recommend for every teenager and their parents.
“The Hidden Order is a fantastic read. So much food for thought (no pun intended) but even the food details! So deliciously described. It has made me want to experiment a million and one ways with salads and eat more nuts, seeds, legumes etc and make healthier food choices and definitely introduce raw apple crumble into our lives.
Not only have you challenged my taste buds, my mind has expanded with knowledge, my soul is replenished, my heart is excited... You’ve shed light on topics I hadn’t yet discussed in full detail with my daughter. We have now. You made the conversations about ‘girl’s stuff’ come about so easily.I’ve had lovely little conversations after each chapter to ensure my child has grasped the concepts fully. Sometimes explaining things through examples and child speak. It is a fabulous extension to The Mastery Club…”
“A lot of what I’m tripping over in life at the moment seems to have been taken directly from the pages of The Hidden Order. Funny, that! This is a beautiful, important, beautiful, important, beautiful, important book.” – Jenny Zimmerman, mother, writer, amateur philosopher and naturalist, chook-keeper/“The Hidden Order is an extraordinary book that resonates and speaks long after the cover is closed for the first time. Brain-stretching, heart-stretching, it fires the reader up with ‘Yeah, let’s get to it NOW’ and ‘OMG, where have my thoughts been all my life? I read this book in an afternoon, plunging through it, as eager to absorb as a sponge in the desert, and it will take the next month to fully digest it all.