The overriding theme of From Black & White to Technicolour is moving beyond self-judgement, but Kim doesn’t just tell you that you need to do it like many authors do. Kim Louise Morrison shares some very personal stories to illustrate the before & after of her life. Then she goes a step further and provides the tools she used to get there.
This book is more like a painting. It illustrates life as it is for many people and as it could be.
One of the things I really like about this book is that the Author speaks about all areas of our lives: work, relationships, etc. Kim demonstrates what self judgement can look like in any aspect of life and provides ways to release it. It is clear from her examples that judgement is what makes our lives feel stuck and unchangeable.
This isn’t a book about making yourself rich or successful; it’s about being happy and present in your life, where you are, and how you are. I’ll bet though that once you move past self judgement like Kim has, being successful could easily be a byproduct.