The Sunday Times Bestseller
A multiple prize-winner across Europe, and you can quickly see why . . . This is a book of some brilliance * Daily Mail * With our potential to maintain a peaceful state of mind, it is possible to remain optimistic in the face of difficulties. Bjoern Natthiko Lindeblad, a former forest monk in Thailand, relates his experience of training to properly direct his thoughts which can benefit all -- His Holiness the Dalai Lama Genuinely stays with you . . . Will encourage you to let go of the small stuff, accept the things you cannot control and open your heart and mind to a more happy and peaceful life * Woman & Home * [An] extraordinary life . . . A book that, improbably, mixes elements of profundity and sweetness in equal measure. I read it, turning down the corners of pages I wished to refer back to, and marking certain passages with a pencil. By the end, almost every page was folded and marked * Telegraph * Phenomenal. Steeped in wisdom. Best book I've read in a long time -- Ella Mills I loved every single page . . . It's not only just laced with the most incredible wisdom, but it's also gentle and beautiful and eloquent. There's so much storytelling . . . I literally could not put this book down -- Fearne Cotton Contains so many wisdoms that tie in with the big issues that the world wrestles with today . . . Heart-rending, yet at the same time so beautiful * Nyhetsmorgon (Sweden) *
Bjoern Natthiko Lindeblad (1961-2022) was a Swedish public speaker, meditation teacher and former Buddhist monk. In his mid-twenties Bjoern swapped his career as a business executive for life as a forest monk in the jungles of Thailand. There he was given the name Natthiko, meaning 'one who grows in wisdom'. After seventeen years as a monk he returned to Swedish society and, in 2018, was diagnosed with the incurable disease ALS. I May Be Wrong was an instant Sunday Times bestseller and a number one bestseller in Sweden. It is being translated into twenty-nine languages.