I'd recommend this book to any Believer or Nonbeliever. It's interesting to see how the author went from Believer to Atheist and back to Believer that made up his own very interesting definition of God and how he/it operates.
The moment I realized that Craig Beck totally backpaddled on his Atheism and went back to believing in supernatural possibilities.
Craig Beck has a totally unique and outside the box concept of God. I liked it a lot. I personally do not believe there is much chance of a greater power, but his ideas were new and nice to hear.
Christians will hear cool new things and an Atheist that is not a strong Dawkins, Hitchens, Harris Atheist just might find themselves saying... I wonder if Beck is onto something.
It's a good insight into what to expect in a breakup or Divorce if your partner is Angry, Mean, or Crazy.
The book pretty much assumes that you and the Wife are on really bad terms. It tries to give you info on the tough fight you're in for and how to get out quickly and as smoothly as possible.
Ted Benton's voice is easy on the ears and his knowledge and skill on the subject became very apparent and impossible to ignore. I have dabbled slightly on and off with other self hypnosis books over the years and they mostly seemed gimmicky and ineffectual. How to Transform Your Life Forever with Self Hypnosis has now left me speechless in its authenticity and effectiveness.
I have not heard anything else by Mr Benton, but I would surely love to.
To get the effect, listen to it twice. I listed once in on an afternoon off and the 2nd time as I was going to sleep for the night. When I awoke I noticed that I felt unusually relaxed compared to recent days because I am currently separating from my wife which has been extremely stressful. So relaxed in fact that it was 100% undeniable and quite Spooky.
Penn Jillette gives us his insightful ideas and philosophies on Atheism and Libertarianism at various parts of the book. When he's not doing that he's rambling about bizarre sex stories and other semi entertaining things that involve Siegfried & Roy, other B list celebrities, family, and friends. This is not really a book on Atheism so much as it is a mini autobiography.
The hypothetical bomb scenario in chapter 17 almost turned my stomach. The most morally misguided part of the book came from Sister. Trust me.
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