I have so many metaphysical books on my shelves and many audio books as well. A friend bought me the book that goes with this and it had a lot of impact on me so I thought I would get the matching meditation. It is worth it. I have listened to this audio many times when I lay down to sleep or upon waking first thing. It isn't a quickie as Doreen Virtue takes you through all of the Archangels in this healing meditation but it has helped me. I feel lighter and less troubled...it sets me back onto the right track.
I own both the hard copy book and the audio as sometimes it is easier to find the time to listen rather than read. I purchased it after a bad experience at work, and found the information put the situation into perspective for me. I was able to deal with the situation that allowed me to feel empowered, an not allow others to dictate expectation. This is something everyone regardless of a work/corporate/social/sports environment should read.
I am a fan of Caroline Myss and have most of her other works either in book or audio form. I love hearing her narrate her own stuff...very down to earth in her explanations. This had some "eye" opening moments for me and some stuff hit home. Not everyone will take away the same benefits that I did, but it was worth the credit and I will listen to it again another time.
I bought this audio book because I am interested in meditation and sound therapy. I thought there would be more in the book regarding the tuning forks, and meditations set to particular sound frequencies. That is not the case. The first 2 songs were melodic and relaxing but there was no information at the start to advise these were the meditation pieces. Then it just became a music CD that doesn't interest me at all. This should be advertised as a movie sound-track with "bonus" melodies for meditation if you choose. This was a waste of a credit.
I am an absolute fan of the Abraham information and always gain a better understanding of where I am from listening to the Abraham info.
The drawback now is that, after owning most of their books or audios, there is a repetitive history intro at the beginning of every book and audio. Once you have read or heard it once, I don't want to hear it again at the start of each new publication like a self-promotion commercial. I'm not interested in knowing how their books are doing in the ratings, where their products can be purchased, what people are saying about them on a blog, and the general history of how they got started in all of this. I was looking forward to the Abraham information on how to control my emotions and work my way out of the "down" times, but at 17 minutes into the audio I wasn't out of the "Esther & Jerry" routine. I'm not sure if it is a marketing thing or ego related, but the self-promo at the start of every book, audio and most DVD's is boring after the first listen, and a waste of time for everything since.
The Abraham info is worth every penny, and something new can be learned with each listening. I figured out where the promo ended and marked it down... now I just skip that part to get to the meat of the audio!!
Don't let this review deter you from buying this audio. It is worth it, just realize the first 1/2 hour or so is filler.
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