Really good book.
4.5 stars in my opinion.
Nice flow to the ideas expressed.
For me, there was about one gem per chapter that really resonated with me.
I listen to books hoping to learn something from them and I don't allow that a few disagreements get in the way of my goal. This book is no different. The author shares some of the most valuable experiences life has to offer with us and for that I am grateful.
The religious, Deepak Chopra-ish language, specially the last 4,5 minutes is hard to listen to but keep in mind that the author is writing for different audiences and wants to helps them.
I have also read Sam Harris' Waking Up: A Guide to Spirituality Without Religion, long before I read this book. I must say, I am going to read both of them again. Thank you for a great read.
Beautifully written and he does a great job painting the pictures of what he's wanting you to see as a way into understanding what he's written. All of it is profoundly moving, but actually implementing it, is a much tougher challenge given our conditioning as human beings.
The Unfettered soul is the most impactful book I have had the privilege to read. Every time I listen to this audio book I hear something newly from a fresh angle, opening up another layer of the ever expanding journey inwards. Michael Singer has successfully relayed a message greater than one possible through his human perceptions alone. The reading by Peter Berkrot has done this gem of a book complete justice. Many thanks to both for enriching so many lives with their work and allowing the divine to seep into our every day.
the narrator's voice was not a good fit for this book, I found it very irritating to listen to him while I was trying to absorb the information