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  • Kabbalah, Science, and the Meaning of Life: Because Your Life Has Meaning

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 19 mins)
    • By Rabbi Michael Laitman
    • Narrated By Tony Kosinec
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    Kabbalah, Science, and the Meaning of Life traces the milestones of the evolution of science with which we are familiar, such as Newton's and Einstein's theories, but goes further to present the science of Kabbalah as the basis for understanding the hidden parts of reality that scientists are now discovering. While other sciences research the definable world around us, Kabbalah teaches us how the spontaneous changes occurring within us affect our surrounding reality.

    dwight says: "Your Life Has Meaning sums it up."
    "interesting, fun listening, brilliant book"
    What did you love best about Kabbalah, Science, and the Meaning of Life?

    about how it was explained. It's easy to understand and also profoundly insightful.

    Any additional comments?

    very very good book.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone

    • UNABRIDGED (7 hrs and 44 mins)
    • By Mark Goulston
    • Narrated By Walter Dixon
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready

    You’ve got a business colleague who’s hostile...a client who’s furious...a staffer who’s deeply cynical—how do you get people to do what you want in tough situations like these? In Just Listen, veteran psychiatrist and business coach Mark Goulston reveals the secret to how to get through to anyone, even when productive communication seems impossible.“Here's the challenge,” Mark says.

    Joseph says: "Not for everyone"
    "instantly up level my ability"
    What made the experience of listening to Just Listen the most enjoyable?

    I listen to it while working in the office. And i feel guided in a positive and more opening direction to deal with the in coming problems at work. I find myself being able to see more details touch more with people and having more patient and understanding. saying better thing connecting more with people. it's almost hypnotic. i love this book so much.

    What did you learn from Just Listen that you would use in your daily life?

    I think the most difficult but the most powerful one is to really hear where the conversation coming from from each ppl you encounter. The funny thing i noticed is my dialogue changed totally and ppl response new answers if not better than before! Suddenly i response with people in a whole new set of point of view that i don't normal come from. And it's new and it's fascinating. It's a whole new experience in the same old everyday life.

    Any additional comments?

    i really feel the power of communication now. i never really pay attention on it before. And i was never aware of how powerful it can be. It's almost like knowing how to feed other people's soul by being able to hear them and share where they are. It's a magical thing when communication really reached. to me it's a must have skill. This book is wonderful.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Alcohol Lied To Me - Extended Edition: The Intelligent Escape From Alcohol Addiction

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 15 mins)
    • By Craig Beck
    • Narrated By Craig Beck

    Craig Beck is a well-regarded family man with two children, a nice home and a successful media career. A director of several companies & at one time the trustee of a large children’s charity. Outwardly, Craig was a highly successful & functioning professional man in spite of a ‘2 bottles of wine a night’ drinking habit. For 20 years he struggled to control his drinking, all the time refusing to label himself an alcoholic because he didn't believe he met the stereotypical image that the word portrayed.

    Tanya says: "Worth a listen"
    "becoming Craig Beck fan"
    Have you listened to any of Craig Beck’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

    yes, his book about secret of law of attraction. i love that book a lot and i couldn't have enough of hearing what he got to tell about any other topic he's working on. Comparing this to his book 'secret of law of attraction'. The difference is this book, got the whole power of Craig Beck got to give hitting directly on a breaking of alcohol drinking habit. This book has given it's fullest energy in all possible way to shake you off the alcohol habit grip. It's very focused and to me this is a very good punch. ;-)

    Any additional comments?

    Not a drinker myself i just plainly want to listen more of Craig Beck. I found his thought related to subjects fascinating. The book somehow also benefit a non drinker like me (i don't drink alcohol at all but i got some other unhealthy addiction i would love to quit). i love his authentic approach (because sometimes it's hard to admit reality when you don't want to believe it) and i think this approach can help me clear off many unhealthy distorted social value that embedded in my brain out of my life. :-) Craig Beck now has become my favorite author. give it a try. any possible way to shake problems off your life is worth taking another and another try. search and you shall find. cheers ~ :-))

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • The Introvert Advantage: How to Thrive in an Extrovert World

    • UNABRIDGED (10 hrs and 25 mins)
    • By Marti Olsen Laney, PsyD
    • Narrated By Tamara Marston

    The Introvert Advantage dispels common myths about introverts - they’re not necessarily shy, aloof, or antisocial - and explains how they are hardwired from birth to focus inward, so outside stimulation such as chitchat, phone calls, parties, or office meetings can easily become "too much". Most importantly, it thoroughly refutes many introverts’ belief that something is wrong with them. Instead, it helps them recognize their inner strengths - their analytical skills, ability to think outside the box, and strong powers of concentration.

    Robert says: "Read the book Quiet instead"
    "details are new for me."
    Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

    this book gives me insight and awareness of how introvert gets their energy. And examples of what can bother introvert or consume their energy. Also tips of what we can do and what to care about and to be careful of. It's filled with reasons to support explanation and i love to listen to it. It makes sense to me and it do me good. It makes me know how i should put myself in my social and everyday life. It answers most of the why in my head and gives out reasons that made me understand myself.

    ex: i want to sit in mcdonald restaurant be surrounded by ppl and not talking to them but listen to audiobook. When actually i don't really like to sit out, i rather stay home. But i need reason to be in a restaurant/ in a certain atmosphere. Because sometimes i get lonely but i don't need interaction or worry about my companion feelings.

    i love how am being able to reason my act. and what i want and what not and why.

    as before i discovered this audio book i'd been having much trouble with myself.
    just few more example of how not knowing oneself is an introvert can give trouble
    in life. I never know that i was pushing myself into a wrong direction in a fast fwd speed.

    I am an introverted artist. I kindda know i am introverted but i never looked it up. I did not understand why i feel like crying and storm only because my dad popped in and start talking to me while i was drawing. I didn't now why i feel that he was very very rude. And why i have to get so emotional about such a simple thing. i hate to react and feel that way.

    I have to give up drawing and help out my family business where i have to interact with client and people all day. And i got a friend who literally cry in the phone to get my attention and sometimes took photo of herself with tears and email it to me (people around me find me very comforting to rely onto me over emotional stuffs that's too much that it flat me out most of the time)<< now i learn to be more careful and put limit to it.
    My dad loves us to be more open and mingling more with people means more successful opportunity in business to him which i don't have a problem with his thought but i find it hard to swallow. i turned to my parents for emotional fuel which they can never fulfill and i get frustrated and feel betrayed. =='' ( sounds silly but honestly i just have no idea what a better way i can do or even what happened to me and how to put a stop to it.)

    i was frustrated i didn't know why i only knew working for people i love (my parents)makes me feel like I'm in hell. But i care so much about work that i have to experience all the details because i am quite a perfectionist. That expose me more to people and clients. And it also tore me more at the same time. By the end of the day i feel like i am less of a human. I didn't know why i exist. I cannot reconnect to my art work coz switching modes seems to be too hard to manage ( but after listening to this book i know how i can do it by sitting silently among people in restaurant with that i don't feel lonely and i can cool down feeling sure that i need no more interaction without feeling guilty after that getting reconnect to my own artistic world just turn on itself like a magic).

    I lost everything when I didn't know my limit. I didn't know where to watch for the sign or indicator that i am overly stimulated now and my power dropped. I was disappointed with myself and my life.

    appreciation is what i got out of this audio.
    thank you for such a great audio.

    What did you like best about this story?

    knowing how i lost my energy and how to refuel it. with tips to do it professionally.

    What does Tamara Marston bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

    it's more of a rest to sit and listen than reading. coz i need to rest my eyes. and i want to relax seeing people walking around in my free time rather than having my whole waking hours looking at text.

    What’s an idea from the book that you will remember?

    i love the whole thing. it's all so vivid and important and valuable that i want to have them all carefully heard.

    Any additional comments?

    thank you very much.

    26 of 29 people found this review helpful

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