Gangsters ‘N Gurus

by Nicolai Engelbrecht

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Product Details

Publisher: Lifestyle Entrepreneurs Press
Language : English
Paperback : 220 pages
ISBN-10 : 1953153267
ISBN-13 : 978-1953153265
Item Weight : 1.11 pounds

Book Info

Every Saint Has a Past, and Every Sinner Has a Future

So much more than an astonishing autobiography, Gangsters & Gurus is a manual to experience inner freedom!
Drawing from nearly unbelievable life experiences, coupled with the wisdom and experience of renowned masters and larger-than-life characters spanning India to China and beyond.

You will witness an authentic journey of self-discovery, from smuggling drugs and gang violence, to supernatural experiences and revelations delivered by spiritual Masters.

Having traversed the distance from the darkest depths to the brightest lights, Nicolai grounds his experience with practical day-to-day practices that are simple and easily applicable in the day to day life of anyone seeking a shift.

You will be guided to break non-constructive patterns and elevate above feeling “stuck” in repetitive cycles of anxiety, negative patterns, and addiction.

Nicolai is living proof that every saint has a past, and every sinner has a future.

About the Author

Nicolai's Book ImageNicolai Engelbrecht left his criminal life behind and joined a spiritual organization 10 years ago. Two years later he became a full-time breathwork teacher and began giving talks all over the world inspiring and bringing healing to thousands of individuals in over 27 countries across the world.

During his 8 years of experience as a spiritual leader, he has initiated numerous projects in private and public organizations including work in prisons, leading multinationals and in the political spheres. He has regularly been featured on the radio, in newspaper articles, and there is a documentary telling his inspirational story.

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“Nicolai’s incredible life experiences allow him to present an authentic path to inner peace”

Bergsteinn Jónsson,

Former Executive Director of UNICEF Iceland