I didn't finish this because it started to be a time waster. I picked some useful info in this book but the majority of the info wasn't great. I completed 80% of the book.
I liked how there was a push to connect to darkness as a form of love. I think it would have been interesting to hear more about forgiveness and shared effort in that pursuit. I think the woman (energy) is more active.
Gets one star since I had the impression that this was the audio version of the book itself. There was no clear sign that it was not, or I missed it. Either way, I am disappointed!
At first I was like "huh"? After listening to it a few times, it's made sense. He's assuming your level of understanding of the world is similar to his.
Once I figured out his assumptions, the book was easier to digest. If you don't have time to put into listening and thinking deeply about what he is saying, then move on.
If you found this material interesting you should look at David DeAngleo and/or Hypnotica.
I read/listen to books daily have have come across some wonderful ones. This has just moved to the top of them! Understanding the dance of Love is understanding your meaning for life
David's gift to the world through this book is amazing. I feel like Arjuna (the character in Bhagavad Gita) who is coached by Krisna on the battlefield of life, in seeing 'the patterns' beyond the surface appareances....
As a big reader of personal development I'm not easily impressed, - as most times its the same idea rehashed, over and over again - but David here has something truly original to say and profoundly virtuos at that. For those that seek to truly understand the spirit behind the masculine and feminine energies, and for that matter create deeper relationships, connect with their authentic purpose and embrace the gift of being a man in the world, - look no further.
Be forewarned, this is not for those that seek easy answers, how to manipulate another to fall in love with you or any 'quick fix' methods that abounds in the relationship guidance section. (try somewhere else, you will be dissapointed with this as some other reviews here reveal)
This is about creating authenticity and living the truth of your spirit. It's about principles and virtues - 'the dep stuff'.
Completely misuses the story of Shiva and Kali. Learn the story before using it to justify your views, David. Have a hard time listening after that, but just having this conversation is like nectar for someone who's gone through the bland version of sexuality preached by the common core education system and the over-sexualized media representation about sexuality and masculinity. It's worth a listen, but definitely needs further and more accurate exploration.