If you are using a meditation app like headspace, this book makes a little more practicable sense
Trying to get through this, and I usually LOVE content like thins, not sure I'll make it without returning it. The speaker is presenting complex info in the driest most boring way ever. Some books just don't translate to audio well and maybe this is one of them.
This is a very good book which teaches simple ways of living life. Points and brings attention a lot of simple things to do that can change the way we look at things. It is using the things to bring more togetherness with nature, God, and each other.
Simply: thank you
I started reading this book during what ended up being one of the most challenging times of loss and pain I have ever been forced to face. The lessons, insights and techniques comtained herein have left me forever stronger and happier.
Enlightening is how I'd describe my listening experience of this title. Very informative and enlightening. I'd definitely listen to this book again.
This book didn't lend itself well to being read aloud. There was too much detail about the brain that was difficult to comprehend. It was impossible to keep the acronym's straight. I'm sure the book had diagrams of the brain showing what area was being discussed. This would be extremely helpful.
That being said the narrator was not very good. He was reading the book word for word and didn't seem to have a good grasp on the material himself. During the meditation sections he just read right through without any pause to allow for the practice. I felt he read too quickly in general.
I wouldn't recommend Budda's Brain on audio. I have listened to other books by the author that were also read by him that were excellent. This one missed the mark.