I forgive him, but his book is not worthy of your time. I can't get through it, and I think it's the same circling logic no matter at what point in the book you listen. Indeed, Mr. Renard's ego is so clever it's got him convinced he's onto something. Mr. Renard needs to read the book, "Why Jesus Taught Reincarnation, A Better News Gospel" by Dr. Herbert Puryear so that he can gain a better understanding of Jesus's and the Bible's teachings. Like Mr. Renard, I don't believe in the orthodox version of Christianity or their interpretation of the Bible, which is one reason why I wanted to listen to this book, but this book has very little worth pondering.
Gary does a wonderful job of clarifying and explaining the Course in Miracles. He made my studies and understanding of spirituality easier and understandable.
Had he told of his personal experience(s), instead do reinterpreting the Course In Miracles it may have been a 3.
His sniveling voice. No substantiation. Not interesting. Not believable.
Perhaps the subject matter is ok, but listening to this voice was like finger nails on the chalkboard. Uninterested in going any further. He is presenting on a profound subject with no facts to support, not believable. Not worth listening to.
The author really stepped outside the box and it seemed as if he was talking from memory alot and I don't think he went by the actual text of his book but probably used it as a guideline, he is very genuince and you can tell he believes what he is saying.
The advanced form of forgiveness.
i get it !
gary's got the secret to the secret !!!
this is the only audio book audible has from gary and am looking for more from the author everywhere!
just about every point and twist that gary observed and brought to light
super book and am looking forward to reading the course in miracles as gary is a leader in self healing motivation and enlightenment!
If you believe in reincarnated ascended masters from the future...without a shred of proof...this one’s for you. I had to stop listening about half way through. There is great truth in the message of forgiveness and being nonjudgmental that are talked about but, there are much greater teaches to listen to than this guy.
I had hoped this book would discuss spiritualism - topics including reincarnation, communication with the dead, spirit guides etc., unfortunately, it does not. It consistently refers to the author's other book "A Course In Miracles" which seems to heavily emphasizes a renewed approach to the teachings of Jesus. You may perhaps find it interesting in this regard, but if you are in search of a "Sylvia Browne" type book, you will find little, if anything, of interest in this book.