The Surrender Experiment: My Journey into Life’s Perfection

By Michael A Singer

(from Goodreads)
From the author of the New York Times #1 bestseller The Untethered Soul comes this thought-provoking, inspirational memoir on the magic that happens when you just let go

Spirituality is meant to bring about harmony and peace. But the diversity of our philosophies, beliefs, concepts, and views about the soul often leads to confusion. To reconcile the noise that clouds spirituality, Michael Singer combines accounts of his own life journey to enlightenment—from his years as a hippie-loner to his success as a computer program engineer to his work in spiritual and humanitarian efforts—with lessons on how to put aside conflicting beliefs, let go of worries, and transform misdirected desires. Singer provides a road map to a new way of living not in the moment, but to exist in a state of perpetual happiness.

My Opinion of this book:
This book was a quick and easy read. I didn’t know this about Michael Singer, but he started a computer software company without  actually having any  computer programming skills. He built this company up to a billion dollar corporation and he did surrendering (not resisting) to the flow of life. If a challenge (programming software), situation, or event presented itself to him he took a breath and  went with the flow.

He uses this book as an example of how any of us can do the same as he did, by using meditation and surrender.

I would give this book  3-1/2 stars (out of 5). I would recommend reading his first book, “The Untethered Soul.”