I've listened to many of the Hicks audio books, and this one is my favorite so far. Jerry offers some real techniques that can be used to incorporate Abraham's teachings.
Jerry's narration has grown on me, and I found the material inspriring. I throughly enjoyed this book.
I love the Abraham teachings, but found Jerry's narration difficult to listen to in comparison to other audiobooks where Ester is speaking. Her channels seem to inspire me where in this book the narration was dry, repeative, and mentally draining. I couldn't get emotionally connected, even though I love the subject. Great material but a difficult listen. ~D
Ester is so easy to listen to. She does an amazing job of channeling the teachings of Abraham with clarity, and gives real life examples. I also liked the techniques given at the end to assist in getting into the Vortex. Many books just spout concept without offering practical application. This work will set you on a path of practice toward positive manifestation. Well done! ~D
Creative Genius! 15 Authors threading together a mystery thriller into tantalizing suspense, one chapter at time. Unpredictable twisting plot, and involved, well developed characters. The narration by Alfred Molina was spectacular! Job well done with heavily accented characters of European origin. Clear separation of chapters with sophisticated instrumental piano intros to lead the way. Loved this Audible! Looking forward to the next read in the series, the Copper Bracelet. ~D
The Lost Symbol is a good read with enormous potential for a GREAT historical mystery thriller to follow the previous movies, DiVinci Code and Angels and Demons. This time Dan Brown interweaves an investigative storyline tying obscure historical facts associated with our Nation and the Free Mason perspectives. Once again, I was reminded that the excitement is in the journey, as there are truly no endings, but only new beginnings of understanding. The underlying message of the book, far from controversial, has re-iterated a message that has historically permeated in many spiritual perceptions of Mans relationship to GOD for some time. Brown brings this message front and center to chip away at modern mainstream consciousness offering philosophical food for thought. I recommend this book if you enjoy a mix of history, philosophy and faith. -D
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