I'm surprised Audible allows such obvious advertising in the reviews section. The book is interesting at first because of it's twist on buddhist-style philosophy, but some of the advise is rather yes or no. Then, the book goes on to describe the reasoning behind the advise using circular logic that tries to eventually point back to concepts that were introduced at the beginning of the book. This book makes me re-evaluate the value I put into the review section.
The information is interesting and seems to offer a different view of information that has already been presented to me earlier in life. Unfortunately, this speech suffers from a the same problem as the speeches from Eckert Tolle(minus the lip-smacking, at least). The speech is full of repeating the same information over and over in a scatter brained way. If I didn't mark where I left off, then it would be almost impossible to locate where I left off.
I have heard spiritual audiobooks before, and this one seems to never actually get to the point. I listened to the first half hour and then skipped ahead over an hour and it seemed to repeat all of the wonderful ideas one should be open to, but in a circular way sort of like a hyped up sales pitch.
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