The inclusion of useful, practical, and revolutionary concepts and practices.
He sounds a bit disingenuous.
This is a difficult question to answer as a short description. Edits I'd have made are numerous and nearly constant throughout.
A better speaker, and more relateable content.
Much of it was just plain hard to swallow.
The speaker has an air of condescension in his manner, which detracts from the content of the book.
All "parallel universe" references. The concept of 'parallel universes' or 'parallel self' is a paradox. Infinite possibilities must, by its own definition, include the finite. This conflicts with infinity. The whole book is based on an implausible paradox.
There are a few nuggets of wisdom in here, but much of it just sounds ridiculously preposterous (and sometimes contradictory). But perhaps most distracting is the speakers’ voice, which (to me) comes across as borderline condescending. It was hard for me to separate the content from the delivery of the content, even after 14 hours of material.
This book makes me think of the kind of book a calculator might write using circuitry logic and algebraic equations.
Regret for its purchase.
A bit heady and impervious for your average reader—there’s no heart, soul, or passion in it. It's just a 15-hour brain-numbing lecture.
No. I've pursued the thought-provoking insights the book has to offer, but they ended up getting me no further in my spiritual quest and, in fact, left me a little depressed about the whole subject.
This book has no characters.
He doesn't rush the reading, but some of the words he speaks are difficult to understand due to his thick accent.
A thought-provoking journey into depression.
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