Karen of Northern Michigan
This is the 2nd Edgar Cayce book I've listened to. He sounds like a fascinating man. Unfortunately, Mr. Cayce passed on before I was born. I wish I could have met him in person.. We hear a lot these days from New Agers saying basically the same things Mr. Cayce said 60 years ago. I've read a few other books about the Akashic Records, but found this book to be the most informative, and useful, of all I've read.
Very enjoyable. The last hour of the program is meditations (and very good ones at that).. If you are on a spiritual journey and wonder about things like the Akashic Records, Reincarnation, etc., you'll get a lot out of this book.
This book wasn't exactly what I expected, but it was a very good listen.. It's full of stories of individuals who had encounters with their loved ones from the other side. Each story is short and to the point. Many of these stories were by people who have always believed in life after death, and some were by people who believed this is it, there's nothing more.. Their encounters changed the way they see life and the afterlife..
It's not about religion or trying to convince anyone of anything.. It's just a book of stories given by people from all over with a bit of research info given about each type of encounter.. Some of them took away a religious meaning, others saw it as confirmation that we will all meet again on the other side.. .
If you enjoy books about spirituality, you'll very much enjoy this one.
I enjoyed listening to this book. Rebecca has a very pleasant voice and she gives a lot of good info in this book. Have to admit, I've heard many of her ideas from other writers, but it's still a very interesting book. If you are new to trying to connect to your guides, this would be a great book to start with.
I'm travel alot and auido books are my moble home. I seem to be hooked on them and there is rarely a time that there not on for me.
Ok this is an odd book. Its one of the odd books about odd subjects that if you tried to just go out and tell others about they would give you a blank look and then slowly back away while checking your hat for tinfoil linings. That or they might think your incredibly dull and say 'that's nice dear' and ignore you.
The author brings up good points and states odd mysteries about the world we don't have good answers for.The problem comes in when he gives tentative answers for those problems we have no good answers for. He has a very well worked out chain of logic for his views but it seems a bit mythical.
I love the facts he digs up. He even is pretty good at telling you when he runs off on speculation and when he has a chain of proof but the entire book and a lot of the books the author writes are about the slightly strange areas of science.
This book specifically is about civilizations that didn't leave any useful written language carved into stone blocks buried in the desert. So the only traces we have of them are some really big rock formations, stories about how or what they were like from the civilizations that came after them, and religious texts that maybe up for interpretation.
This books tells how there are still things that are out there about our history that we don't know or may never know.