Although I respect Caroline Myss work tremendously, I found this very difficult to follow. This presentation is a lecture and the author is demonstrating to the audience using illustrated visual charts. These representations are not described in any detail to allow the listener to grasp the point being made. For instance, the author refers to a wheel, which is important to the discussion, but doesn't describe it or explain what is within its bands for the point she is making. Also, the author points out related elements/differences that are said, "here" and "here," or makes comparisons to "this and this." This title would do better as a printed book with illustrations because there are not many reference points.
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