Yes, I will listen to it again sometime in the future, while commuting. I have the paper version as well to get the detailed instructions for the practices.
Roughly to other meditation and self-improvement books, but this one is a good compilation of what's out there, in a good mix and match way.
This is my first time and I found it very good.
It got me laughing in the streets, which was good to cause others to smile as well.
Worth the listening!
Of course, Nash himself, but his wife Alicia played a crucial role over all the plot, so she deserves a lot of credit for his remission.
The narrator changes the voice intonation when quoting a man's voice, and Nash's voice in a special way, so it's really entertaining and it helps following a dialogue!
Comparing to the movie, it's much better (as usual) and portraits the real issues and struggles.
It's not only about Nash's life, but the way the author contextualizes every relevant moment, providing background on places, people, science and world history, causes you to really immerse in that period of time, so you will be able to understand why and how the things developed the way they did. Great general knowledge update!
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