There is some very valuable content included. The distillation of the "Law of One" material is undoubtedly worth the price of admission...
However, the book meanders endlessly, and what structure it has is remarkably difficult to follow. It weaves in and out of his own personal spiritual journey, global financial conspiracies, techniques of screenwriting, the work of psychic Edgar Casey, his various living experiences in LA, etc. It's kind of a mess.
Additionally, the author's reading performance is extremely 'one note' --and that note is "THIS IS... THE. MOST. IMPORTANT. SENTENCE."-- which makes it very difficult to listen to.
I honestly wished I'd bought the physical book or Kindle version so I could skim to the parts I find more valuable.
The structure of 'The Source Field Investigations' is also challenged... but not to this degree, and that text is at least 80% genuine data, vs. the 30% data and 70% personal reflection and editorializing in "Synchronicity".
Do you know the old play on William Shatner in 'Star Trek'? Where everything is said with such overpowering drama and intensity that it's almost to the level of caricature?
1) Delve more deeply into the Law of One.
2) Talk less about my own spiritual process. It's like listening to parents talk about their kids. Or listening to someone describe a drug experience. (i.e. "you had to be there.")
3) Fast forward with some regularity.
I appreciate David's insight, depth of research, and drive to weave such far-reaching data into a cohesive treatise...
However, the "editor" of 'The Synchronicity Key' didn't really do a sufficient job, and it makes the transmission of the (very valuable) content an extremely awkward affair.
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