I would use a different narrator. I just didn't respond to this man's voice and it was distracting as I was listening.
In the beginning, and throughout most of the book, the author quoted many different sources but by the end there was a distinct focus on the Bible and God. And that was a problem for me as I am not a believer in God. That portion of the book, which seemed to be the last two chapters, was a loss for me. However, I did enjoy the rest of the book and am still thinking about the ideas it presented.
Pretty good information but not much that hasn't been covered by many of the great modern spiritual teachers (Chopra, Tolle, etc.). The narrator's voice was very difficult for me to hear. He seems to trail off at the end of sentences and I found his tone hard to pick up. Maybe it's just my ears. :)
I spend more time driving than sitting where I'm able to read, so this question only applies because I cannot read while I'm driving.
this is a perfect summation of where I am in my life. looking to release old beliefs, stay focused on the present, allow the future to unfold positively without letting the past over-influence my path. I love this book for helping me to keep that focus.
This book communicates very clearly and easily how every one of us can live in Peace, Harmony, & Happiness. As I listened to the author words I cried tears of joy. Life is meant to be lived and experienced fully, with all of its trials and tribulations. He shows very simple excercises to improve every life, and how to approach the inner talk that we all do. I guess I was spiritually prepared for this teacher. This is one of those books that you will reference time and again, so I would suggest a written copy as well as the audio. I have already told several people about this book.
I am my favorite character in this book.
Well read and clearly speaks the written word.
Yes, chapters 1 and 2 really spoke to me as to where I am in my journey at this very moment.
Buy the written and audio version.
People with depression might find this useful...but I think the average person might just find it repetitive.
nothing by this writer sadly.
The message of letting go and living in the moment so to speak is a good one, but instead of getting deep into what to do, and how to do it...the writer basically just keeps re-explaining that you need "to just let it go"... constantly..over and over...
I was really disappointed that it wasn't deeper intellectually.
The reader did a great job..
It answered so many questions regarding what enlightenment is and how to attain it, right here, right now.
His clear explanation of enlightenment was a huge breakthrough for me after many years of searching. An even bigger moment was his clear and concise pathway to achieve it.
His fluidity through the material made it very easy to grasp.
How to attain enlightenment.
This book unseated "The Power of Now" by Eckhardt Tolle as the most important book I have read during my lifetime.
Great book! I would recommend it to anyone that is looking to truly reach the next level of understanding of your inner thoughts and soul.
This book blew my mind, it has made me a better, happier person. I have struggled with neurotic behavior my entire life to the point I was consumed. The Untethered Soul put the world into perspective
This is the first book I've every found that really gets into the "internal conversation" or "monkey brain" in a way that is really easy to understand. Some of the examples actually had me laughing out loud - they were so realistic. This is a really helpful book and the practice it espouses is so worthwile. I've bought copies for good friends and I heartily recommend this book for anyone on "the path" (which is everyone).
This book was great, and to me it makes sense.
That is is so true
Enjoyed the entire book