This is a wonderful book as is most everything by Swami kriananda. he has such a pleasent vioce and style it makes this a real pleasure to listen to.
This is not a compleat look at the Bhagavad Gita and does not contain much of the text from that book. It does however provide a good introduction to many of the important concepts and is very accesable to anyone weather or not they have read the Bhagavad Gita. Highly recomended to anyone interested in the thoughts of Paramhansa Yogananda or the sciance of self realization.
This is not a story book
I highly recommend this book to anyone. It is an American classic that presents Pirsig’s philosophy of Quality and his struggle to assimilate it in a very readable and interesting way.
The narration is adequate, Nothing to complain about. There used to be a version available with the author narrating which was much better but it doesn’t seem to be available any more.
This book is alittle too long to listen to in one sitting.
This is a very good performance of a realy wonderful and insightful book. It provides a very accessable look at Budest concepts and life in india during the time of the Buda. It does not pretend to be a teacher or a preacher, it simply tells the story in an eligant simple way and alows the reader/listner to be carried along and emersed in this insightful and moving parable. Highly recomended.
Sidartha is the main character, he is very likeable and interesting, providing a good vehicle for the Budest concepts Hesse is trying to convey.
The narrator did a great job of presenting this lively text without over acting or remaining too bland. The listner is imediatly drawn into the story and will notice the narration very little. As it should be.
A journey into the heart of Budisim
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