I very much enjoyed listening to this from beginning to end. The detail of the author, gives the imagination many visuals. It made the ride home go by fast! :)
This is a great story. Time period of Downtown Abby, not as complex, but still good.
Great meditations, not really great for the car driving experience, better for home and stillness, but still his words are so inspiring.
Gary comes from a god/christen centered, which I am not christen, but I did enjoy his perspective. Interesting take on peoples love languages, makes you think, always a good sign, for me at least.
If you like "Homeland" from HBO/Showtime, you will like this book. It's complicated and the reader has excellent dialect.
The performance of the narrator is fantastic and so is the story line.
It's funny LOL, so much so tears were flowing and a tragic story, one that is all to familiar (well somewhat). I loved it so much, I bought copies for my friends and family.
Thank you for your witty story and voice to tell this. Much appreciated.
YES! YES! YES! This is exactly what I was searching for and somehow I found it or it found me! Teaching to be a better human being and reminding us, we are human, is refreshing in my opinion.
There is no other book I could compare this one too, it's truly unique! This book is one of a kind and a first "channel" text I have ever listened too. I must admit, it may not be for all audiences. I listen to this in small segments, as it's very deep and profound. I find myself laughing at times and saying, yes, yes, yes, I get this. Word.
This written word makes me think and wonder, so for this, I am thankful.
I am more conscious of my actions, vibrations, and thankful on a daily basis.
Paul does a great job at reading his book, he is funny, gives clear visuals and articulates nicely. I just wish his first book was on audible and looking forward to book 3.
I am thinking if this book was told by another story teller, it would be easier to
listen too. It sounds a bit robotic at times and the voice sounds a bit stiff.
However, that being said, it's an excellent, well researched and written book. I think I will buy the book and give it a read.
I like this story, it's about her journey really, but it's a bit of history and
basic principals of Shaman practice. I found it helpful.
A great "summer read" get lost in your book type of read (a.k.a.) listen.
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