“This is a brilliant book. I love it! Beverly Lutz is a wise woman and a great writer. She makes things that seem complex, simple enough for us all to get.” – Brad Blanton, Ph.D., founder of Radical Honesty and a nationwide best-selling author of Radical Honesty: How to Transform Your Life by Telling the Truth.
God Doesn’t Care What You Wear is a reflection on beliefs, love, conflict, forgiveness and the Divine. Beverly Lutz offers a glimpse into a life that has taken her from a single mother, to an adventure seeker in the Amazon rainforest, to teaching personal growth and energy medicine worldwide. With admirable courage and honesty, Lutz breaks down events in her life to investigate the heart of past loves and conflicts.
This book is a warm invitation into self-exploration and offers a different lens through which to view life events. Lutz examines beliefs surrounding our experiences and demonstrates how life magically and authentically unfolds in spite of us.
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Some additional comments and customer reviews from recent readers while further reviews are available on Amazon.ca and Amazon.com
“The author shares her fascinating life experiences with clarity, personal truth and translucency. In reading, we access our own reality, being gently persuaded to peel away the distorting layers of an inauthentic existence in order to achieve a life of harmony coming from our own personal truths. Beverly’s journey is one we all need to take.” Joanne Ford, designer, entrepreneur.
“Beverly’s provocative insights provide a framework for examining the binding chains of illusory beliefs, freeing our hearts for joyful participation in our own life’s journey. As with all the great teachers, her example and call for self honest reflection is equally an acknowledgement and an eye with which to view the perfect imperfections of All That Is in comprising the mosaic of the divine beauty of life.” Majella O’Gaillín, Student/Client.
“I read this book while on a long flight to the west coast, and I actually felt disappointed when the plane pulled into the gate….I wanted to keep reading!! Beverly is a brilliant and talented writer with a gift for teaching through compelling story-telling. There were so many things in her story that touched me and that I could readily identify with, especially concerning our self-limiting beliefs that hold us back from BEING who we really want to be. I applaud her wisdom, courage, vulnerability and authenticity. (Standing ovation!!)” Janet Podlesi, author of LooneySpoons series. (as posted on Amazon.ca)
“One of my all-time favorite books on inner growth and self-knowledge as the means to discovering deep, lasting inner peace. The author expertly weaves together her insights and wisdom, as illustrated with her own life experiences, in a compelling and entertaining way. She challenges the reader to look honestly and deeply at the beliefs we hold to see if they are indeed serving to bring us joy or suffering. New level of insight are revealed with each reading of this wonderful book. While the author doesn’t seem to describe herself as an Advaita Vedanta teacher, her style of inquiry and her invitation to simply look and see yourself is reminiscent of Nisargadatta’s I AM THAT and Ramesh Balsekar’s Who Cares.” Charles D. Burgess (as posted on Amazon.com)
“Through examination of her own experiences, Ms. Lutz elegantly covers all the necessary elements of personal transformation. She is a master storyteller and has vast experience in world cultures, sharing life lessons beautifully. This is a manual for attaining wholeness and challenging your habitual beliefs and behaviors. It is truly inspirational.” Carolyn Conger, PhD, author of Through the Dark Forest: transforming your life in the face of death. (as posted on Amazon.com)
“Beverly cuts through our illusions with precision, insight and freshness to uncover the truth that has always been shining through to our lives. This book shares we are in perfect form, regardless of our histories and life stories. Nothing needs to change except our illusions and beliefs.” Denise McTighe, writer, artist.