In the first book of the K53 Learners Book series, The Two Bridges of Transformation, K53 teaches readers how to understand their own energy and transform it into loving creativity. Using the Wheel of Transformation as a guide, each chapter focuses on a key transformational life event. Following these chapters, you will practice easy self-reflection that allows you to identify your personal motivations for choosing a certain pattern of behavior. These motives become the foundation for consciously choosing a different path in your daily experience. Each chapter ends with a powerful quote that speaks to the power of intuition and remembering that no matter what happens, you can always choose a different path.
“The Two Bridges of Transformation” by K53 Learners is the third book in the “Book of the Phrase” series. It features an original dialogue between Dr. Leary and his disciples, Dr. David Van Gogh and Dr. John Grace. I enjoyed this lively conversation and found it inspired. The dialogue is simple and straight-forward, and it allows the reader to see how the various quotes and sayings relate to our current culture and situations. The book contains some excellent recommendations for using the power of the mind to change attitudes and behavior and provides many practical suggestions about driving safely.
I especially enjoyed the discussion of the South African learners licence. Everyone could tell that this was going to be a difficult subject to master, but it’s interesting to see how other cultures handle similar situations. The book talks about a test known as the ISEE-C.I exam, which measures not only a student’s vocabulary but also their listening comprehension and their non-verbal awareness. It is a very challenging exam. The book recommends taking practice tests and looking at the answers in light of what the actual exam will be like. Of course, we already know that the real secret to passing a driver’s licence examination is to practice!
I particularly enjoyed the discussions of the code a motorcycle code and how important it is to learn this code. The book talks about how important it is to remember the motorcycle code and what it means when you are on the road. I certainly hope that I am able to pass my test and get my valid licence, so I will definitely be taking the time to learn the code! I hope that my fellow learners will do the same!
The last part of the book has sections that are divided into different topics, including: the historical development of the motor vehicle in South Africa, and then onto safety and road laws. The first two topics are excellent motivators to take time to study and prepare for your test, and the safety and road laws topic gives learners the confidence to drive on the road. I think that it might be nice if the author had included a computer lesson or two in this section, because it makes the entire process very easy to follow. One thing I enjoyed was the tips and tricks to make studying for the K53 Learners Test easier. I hope that I will become as good at reading the book as soon as I get it, because it really does make things a whole lot easier to study!
Of course, one of the things that I love about this book is that it is full of detailed information. It starts off with a brief history lesson on the vehicles and then goes through all of the different types of vehicles and their respective rules and regulations. Then we move onto the legal aspects of driving and how to manoeuvre properly on the road. It talks about the correct combination of vehicle and the correct way to ride a bike. There is even a couple of chapters on safety and motorcyclists’ awareness, which is an important aspect on how to drive safely in traffic.