The book is inspiring and intriguing - it made me think like no other experience I have had before. The concept of accepting wholeness is such an important one. Also very important notes for parents who want to avoid leaving marks on their children's memories that may haunt them in years ahead
love the vision each author offered as it just reinforces the truth that the only true thing is love and the only way to get it is through being totally honest and a sincere desire for grace.
confront your fears
This book helps in recognizing our fears and helps in taking control of them. It is worthwile to read several times, every time is different.
It made me go back to my childhood.
The problem with this book is that Debbie Ford's voice was impossible to tolerate
The information was, for the most part, helpful. But suddenly you would be subjected to drivel
This would have been a good book to scan and hop around in, not a steady read.
This book may appeal to someone who has never learned about the ego, pain body or Jungian studies.
No. Deepak Chopra and Marianne Williamson are amazing teachers and authors.
The static while Deepak Chopra spoke and Debbie Ford would speak without sounding like she's reading.
Loved the first two authors, cjoprabreording not very cle. Last section was interesting, but not quite my cup of tea. Would I recommend it Yes, Debby ford section also excellent or me.
A New Earrh, especially the chapters on the ego
Yes Chopra. The recording was better, that sad here s something special about listening to him.
The two first sections yes
Yes I have, and its all gone further, -better.
It made me laugh, and cry, and it overwhelmed me...
enjoyable and exciting.
i have not heard a book quite like this one before.
that we all have a dark side in hiding.
i really enjoyed this book very much. it opened my eyes to things that i would have not noticed before this book.
I loved it!
I really found Deepac Chopra fascinating and have since listened to more of his books. Debbie Ford offered some really valuable insights also. Although I know that Marianne Williamson is very popular - for me she was the least interesting but I am not a Christian so it doesn't resonate with me.