Yogita Ridgley is the author of travel books for women, namely Finding Me, Myself and I. This beautiful book will move you at the deepest level. It’s about a woman trapped between two cultures. She feels lost, unappreciated, unheard and unloved. She fears she is not good enough. That she will not fit in. And that she will not be accepted.
So, she hides all her insecurities behind the walls she built to protect herself from the world. And she pretends to be someone she is not. But pretending just makes her depressed and feel like she is quietly dying inside.
All she wants to do is be her true self. Her authentic self.
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This book will take you through a journey of self-discovery, self-acceptance and self-love. It will help you learn to be your true self by embracing all your strengths and weaknesses. It will show you how learning to have self-belief and self-worth empowers us.
Finding Me, Myself and I describes the journey all women need to go on if they want to be the best version of themselves without fake masks and pretence.
Life is a gift, full of lessons and blessings. Once we learn how to keep growing from our challenges we become unstoppable.
Everyone can learn something from someone and Yogita Ridley’s book Finding Me, Myself and I is no exception. It is a courageous and open story about one woman’s ability to understand and transform herself. Yogita gets to the heart of the matter by exposing her vulnerabilities, her weaknesses and her strengths. She offers insights into how to find inner strength and self belief. This is a book about possibilities, gratitude, and self-care.
An honest book! Yogita shares her story with candidness and authenticity. An easy read with stories of how heartbreak and challenges teaches the most important lessons in life; to those willing to learn. I truly appreciate the vulnerability and courage that it would have taken to write this book. Thank you Yogita for an inspiring read. I highly recommend this book to anyone looking to live a life of authenticity.
Finding Me, Myself and I is a fantastic reminder to anyone who loves travel, to stop and enjoy every moment of the journey. Yogita Ridgley writes to engage the reader in the sights, sounds and aromas of the places she visits and connects them with the emotions she felt while peeling back the façade of her perfect life, to discover her true meaning in the world. I read the book while I was travelling on holiday with my family and it reminded me to take in every moment for myself and to encourage others to do the same.
In this book, Yogita bravely goes where many women dare not go. She goes straight to her soul! She bypasses all the masks we wear as women creating abundant lives for ourselves and she pulls them back revealing our naked selves. And then she provides practical tools that we can use on our journey to self-discovery. It’s perfect for any woman ready to truly free herself from her self-made prison. Well done Yogita.
With crystal clear writing and overwhelming honesty, Yogita Ridgley unpacks her own life for enabling our journey of self-care, self-love and self-worth. In her various solo travels, from London to Lyon, from Rome to Rishikesh, she digs deeper within her wounds to discover pearls of wisdom and pure awakenings from a poignant past. All throughout, you can feel her passionate and prayerful quest – to be of service with humility and compassion, and ease someone else’s tortuous and torturous path with the light of her learnings. Especially speaking to women, she reminds us ALL of our innate superpowers of Intuition, Tolerance, Patience, Grace, Compassion, Nurturing, Creativity, Fierceness and Forgiveness; and nudges us gently to live and lead with the fullness of our uniqueness, painlessly and fearlessly. Finding Me, Myself and I is a must read.
Reviewed By: Mamta Madhavan (Readers’ Favorite)
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“Finding Me, Myself and I: Journey to Loving your Authentic Self by Yogita Ridgley is an engaging memoir of the author’s journey of self-discovery, acceptance, self-awareness, and self-love. Self-critical thoughts can cause anxiety, and the author’s quest to take control of her life will motivate and encourage readers to beat all the odds, realize how their weaknesses have made them stronger, and leave their emotional baggage filled with guilt, depression, anger, and fear. She speaks of 30 years of her life where she lived with a sense of not being loved, and how her teacher’s constant saying she was not good enough affected her thinking, caused her so much pain, and made her slowly become someone she actually was not.
Finding Me, Myself and I is uplifting, motivating, and encouraging, and gives hope to readers who have been made to feel they are worthless to understand and love their true selves confidently. The book is raw, straightforward, and honest, and will strike a chord with many readers who will be able to find the author’s story real and relatable.
Yogita Ridgley speaks about her 30 years of living without self-worth, self-confidence, self-acceptance, and self-love. The author is very honest in how she looked at life and how keeping a journal helped her release her emotions from her body. Yogita Ridgley’s story will encourage readers to break the cycle and create a life by activating the powers of compassion, tolerance, grace, intuition, patience, nurturing, creativity, fierceness, and forgiveness. The Five Stages of Self-Discovery based on her own life experience are helpful for readers when it comes to focusing on the end goal of processing their inner goals and minds so that they end up loving themselves.
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