This is a great book to know how enlightened master like Katie lives.
Love the part where Katie talks about people's reaction to her remark about her dead mother.
They works very well to complement each other.
Yes. You just can't put it down once you started listening.
I plan on listening to this many times. There are many great view points that I'd love to revisit and contemplate.
Yes. This is as good or better than anything else I've enjoyed from her.
Absolutely beautiful, powerful and freeing.
Katie's words instill peace and hope and take one to a higher level of thinking.
I keep listening over and over again.
From someone who was accidentally enlightened, rather than one who actually had to travel the territory to get there, this work reflects a lack of clarity and true understanding. I've never read a work so rife with self-contradiction and confused spiritual sensibilities. I was going to note them, but there were so many, so often, that I abandoned the project. It's too bad too because 'The Work' is so valuable. Keep doing 'The Work,' but toss this muddled mess.