This book was never meant to work with only its words. What someone at a less advanced spiritual level may misunderstand is that when any healer writes a book, it is spiritually enhancing to the listening individual through its high vibrational frequency alone, not just in its words and concepts.
So, though those who may misunderstand this issue may just keep seeking its value through the words in this book, just listening to it will bring through some healing value, regardless of what words its speaks to you. Yet, some of you may just as easily understand what these words alone are saying to you.
I have found this book to be of somewhat less value than some others for its recurring undereducated feedback, due to the repetetiveness of its words in some places. Yet I have experienced the concept of what a profound healing does once one is in tune to the concept of healing through utilizing the highest vibrational frequencies, and the healing words alone.
Basically, this concept allows to heal at one's own pace, and with one's own free will... yet with a little help and assistance from those with the healing quaility in their vibrational frequency, like this book's author, and the others who have this quality.
Overall, though you may initially feel you just don't like this book, if you listen to it through to the end, you will be experiencing the healing qualities it commits to for the long haul, regardless of whether or not you choose to follow what practices it suggests. The practices will only improve on what healing qualities you will feel.
I say thank you to this book's author, Zhi Gang Sha, for what healing I was able to experience through listening to what some others still may have thought was a no good book.
To me, it was the gift of the author's capacity to heal that made it one successful listen.
This is a refreshing and delightful rendition. The characters are lively and very funny, and even quite believable. The story is as fresh as its ever been, and uniquely portrayed through this dramatization. The entire duration of the story is a fun and entertaining listen.
Friends since high school, Keli and Rock have shared a number of romances throughout the years, but not with one another... until a trip home leaves them stranded in the mountains to uncover the hidden feelings that have kept them so close all along.
Although the turn of events come about with a car accident, the tone of this book is still lighthearted. Yet, it is also hot and steamy. The vocals were easy to follow and generally lilting, though Rock's vocals were a bit deadpan and could have been personified in more of a romantic or emotional tone, to liven things up just a bit.
Still, it is an enjoyable listen, and a fun book.
This, the first in its series, this book sets a compelling tone for the next in one in the tale.
The audio version is a theatrically acceptable account of one witch's escapades as a "runner" (a law enforcement officer) with Inderland security, the organization in charge of crime control in Cincinnati. Lightly comedic, yet slightly more dramatic, strong words make striking pictoral impressions, a talent the author has picked well.
Rachel Morgan, an unlikely, and yet seemingly unsuccessful witch with an attitude, consorts with several supporting characters, including Ivy - a vampire, and Jenks - a pixie (an unlikely team in any event), along with other magical creatures as she makes her way through this creatively tailored tale. Rachel is bold, witty, and tough, yet not-so-fearless in her restless attempt to leave third world rule before her would-be assassins fulfill their contract in its entirety, making this audio book's narration riveting, and even animated.
Conversational, yet clearly with under worldly propinquity, Marguerite Gavin's exceptional narrative qualities add distinctive impressions, giving each narrated character its own unique ability to stand apart from the rest. Strong vocals are capable and advanced, adding to its artistic impressions and giving this audio book a highly entertaining, even if not yet reinventing, quality.
Overall, someone who appreciates the finer arts of theater, and who would also appreciate its most artistic nature, could so unwittingly enjoy this audio version of what is now also a best-selling book in print edition, that one might be sure to continue to follow its entire series. Someone other than this might not last through its first chapter.
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