At the top, because it gives me hope for a true change in consciousness, allowing me to follow his simple but profound steps for contacting the part of myself that sees the world through the heart, stops resisting what is, and finds joy in living.
The author obviously lives what he is writing about, and I trust him as a guide to finding what he is talking about, our true self, always present, just not noticed until we learn to pay attention and not put such importance in the voice of the ego.
So far, I have enjoyed putting my attention into the area of the heart, sinking down away from the noisy mind, and discovering how life is experienced from this different perspective: much richer, much more peaceful, much more satisfying.
No, I listen to a part of it and then really digest what I have heard, taking my time to work with the suggestions. This material is profound, and not meant to be hurried through.
Other people have said the narrator was not to their liking, but I found her to be just fine, her words clear, and her tone pleasant.
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