Breaking Free by Chett Vosloo

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During Chett Vosloo's final year of university he was diagnosed with a rare skin disorder that the doctors told him was incurable. Rather than face up to the disorder, Chett tried to ignore it, hoping that it would go away by itself, but it didn’t. It only got worse. After graduating from university Chett packed a bag and set off on a gap year trip, not realising that he had just begun a journey that would completely change his life. Chett's gap year opened his eyes to the world of adventure. A 25,000 kilometre bicycle trip around the world, and a 1,300 kilometre solo trip by foot through the south of India, were among the adventures he would go on. Yet, no matter where Chett went and how much of the world he saw, the anxiety and fear that he felt over his skin condition shadowed him. Eventually, after years of travelling, Chett happened to come in contact with a spiritual teacher in India who would forever change the direction of his life. This teacher would help Chett to realise that real peace and happiness come from within, and that he would only be able to find true freedom in his life once he had faced his problems head-on. This was the start of Chett’s inner journey. Breaking Free is the inspiring true story of one man’s desire to transform his life, and to search for what it means to be truly happy and free.
 

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Published November 21, 2013 by Reach Publishers. 292 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Self Help, Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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