Well I feel like I listened to two different books in a way. First half I really enjoyed learned from embraced the notion of the one observing the mind etc but the second half , maybe last third is more fair, all of a sudden bible verse and chapter Jesus on the cross God God God , God is love and I am thinking what happened? Where did we go here? I will re listen to the book and see if I feel the same , I try to be fair when I start out enjoying and then have to force myself through to the end I will reevaluate but I am not happy with the last part of book.
Genius take on the perspective of one's journey within. Useful book to have on hand with some clever techniques to manage mental chatter through not managing it at all but rather watching from the seated soul. Great book lots of gems, loved it!
This book is life changing!! I read the book and got so much from it that I just had to have it on audible so I could listen to it in the car and reinforce what I learned. But the narrator has such a condescending tone that it detracts from the subject matter. His voice is pleasant and I think I would enjoy hearing him reading other things but his tone does not match this book.
I'm a big fan of Chödron, Kornfield, and Ayashanti and this book is a very clear guide to understanding the practices of meditation and unattachment in a modern setting.
Sometimes the examples are a little wearying, all of them being based on relationships with a SO, but the guidance offered is applicable to entry area of life.
I listened to The Surrender Experiment first. Feel in love with Mickey Singers reading voice and style. And though I love the material in this book, I don't care for the reader.