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
In every way he could manage. Over interpreting hamming it up and being frustratingly inaudible for much of the time. I so wanted to listen again and again only to be dissuaded when I remembered my last unsatisfactory encounter with the narrator.
Someone who can tolerate the style of the narration. I felt it was not in keeping with the book's message. This is a thoughtful book and the narrator's style was too perky and stilted.
Too perky for the subject. It distracted from the book's message, I thought.
The underlying message of the book. I just didn't like the narration.
I love books and audiobooks.
I was really looking forward to listening this book, but the narration ruined it for me. Each sentence trailed off and I could not hear the last word or two ... of each sentence. It was very frustrating.
It's essentially an extended vegetation session (in a good way).
There's a hypothetical conversation in the book that takes place between two agents and a divine being. One agent has a bleak outlook on the divinity's creations, the other agent has a sense of wonder about creation. The author then posits that the divine being would find the agent with a sense of wonder more fascinating than the agent with the bleak outlook. That's a very interesting hypothetical scenario, for sure. In truth, however, much of the material within is just fluff.
No, but it was nice to listen to, relaxing.
I'm a counsellor & Psychotherapist and I love to listen to good self-help books
What a fantastic inspiring book! Start at any chapter and you will learn something new!
This book seems to be chapter after chapter of telling "you" what you do- how we cling to thoughts, how we identify ourselves, etc. It seems like "you" do this and "you" do that. I'm still waiting for any insight on what "you" can do about it. This book may be good for someone who has never had any training or read anything about spirituality or psychology. It is not for anyone who has read Tolle, or any of the other spiritual writers. It does not go beyond "The Power of Now", for example. And the narrator is almost patronizing from my point of view, in his attempt to sound interesting. It sounds more dramatic than necessary. To be honest, I am at chapter 14 and want to put it down, but I will listen to the end, and change this evaluation if I find that the ending somehow surprises me.
The book could have been less narrative about what "you" do and don't do. It lacks skill giving. "You" might read it and relate to a lot of what it says, but it is lacking as compared to deeper thinkers and more insightful writers like Thich Nhat Hanh, Tolle, Krishnamurti...
Too dramatic. Too false. Could have been more natural.
I just wish I had known ahead of time that it was not going to contribute to what I have already learned. It was not the right book for me. Perhaps it is good, again, for someone who has never worked on their spirituality or psychology.
Will most likely return this book.
Absolutely recommended. This is one of the clearest and best written books for the lay person. Excellent in all ways.
I loved Singer's description of the interior voice that haunts us all. I also loved his explanation of how to deal with the annoying voice.
This is a book that can be read by young and old. Something for everybody including all of you who think that you know everything already...