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Note: This is an unofficial workbook for The Mountain Is You by Brianna Wiest designed to enrich your reading experience.

Genius Reads is wholly responsible for this content and isn't associated with the author in any way. Text Copyright © Genius Reads.

The fundamental premise on which the book The Mountain Is You is based is the idea that it is only when we hit rock bottom, when we reach the edge, when there is a breakdown, that we experience an awakening. It is then that a breakthrough happens.

There is often incongruence between our awareness of what we want and not being aware of why we come in our own way of getting to it.

Nature is designed to grow. So is the human form. Sometimes, however, human beings only change when there is no other option but to change.

Mountains, metaphorically, represent insurmountable challenges. To encounter a mountain is not inherently bad. It does not mean that the problem lies in us. Imperfection is necessary for growth. Imperfection is indicative of potential.

Sometimes the mountain is obvious - addiction, weight, relationship, money, job, or motivation. Other times the mountain might be a vague feeling of anxiety, fear, low self-esteem, or discontentment. Irrespective, the challenge is mostly within than without.

This mountain is essentially what stands between us and the life we want for ourselves. The only option we have is to face it. A trigger reveals a wound, a wound a path, and the path a destiny.

Standing at the edge, just at the beginning of the breakdown, is the breakthrough's entry point. It is then that rebirth happens. In the end, it is not the mountain that needs to be mastered, but it is the self.

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  • 05-05-22

Disappointed

I was expecting a workbook- perhaps a downloadable PDF of the questions raised within the main book ( which would be very useful). Instead it is exactly the same content- word for word- simply condensed and narrated by someone else. Will be returning this book :(