I find it perfect to ensure words and pronunciation retention. I like it, works for me. I used it in the car all the time. I wish they would have a printed manual as well. It would be ideal.
It repeats the words you've learned previously, adding just the right amount of new words so you don't get frustrated, and then it mixes and matches old and new words to ensure retention. Clear pronunciation which helps me reproduce the sound and correct my intonation.
When I started knowing the answers to the questions and having the right intonation.
Definitely not since you need some time to retain, I would replay the previous chapter or at times chapters.
I love the method just wish they had a manual with both standard and simplified characters. Would be the perfect companion.
While I don't doubt he might have some "talent" the story seems to lack sincerity. My opinion of course. I don't doubt there are people who have this type of skills, I personally know some, so what I doubt is his story, doesn't feel truthful. Thin story, thin explanations, and his relationship with the angel is too sketchy to be truthful. Quote from the book - his dad tells him "I gave you my angel".... no comments.
I would've challenged his truth and if he would've still state that the story is right, I would've guided him to add more details. He doesn't give any reasons to rational and spiritual people to believe him.
One of the books which made a difference in my life
exudes sincerity and spiritual messages
His voice gives life to the book, sometimes you feel as if Yogananda himself talks trough Sir Ben Kingsley.
Underneath the "simple" story there are many interesting lessons.
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