As someone who guides meditative work on a daily basis, I hate to be to critical of the well-intentioned efforts in this recording. Still, I feel compelled as many other reviewers have already stated, to point out that this particular book is full of hype and promises, but low on delivering any worthwhile experiences.
The program glibly jumnbles traditional eastern based concepts with ideas commonly associated with Judeo-Christianity. The music track is definitively grating. The narrator delivers the program in a mind-numbingly formulaic and lack luster way, and I would have a hard time explaining to anyone what I thought I was doing when I purchased it.
Nice follow up from the earlier works, but some nice twists that innovate off the first book. I hope there's a next book in the story!
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