Chappaqua, NY, United States | Member Since 2010
A must read for any educated adult in the sciences or social sciences. Provides education in history, science, and culture
Book requires accompanying PDF... But I can't find it so hard to test her advice
This is my first Stephen King novel; He's an engaging, effective writer..i listened to the whole million-hour story but after each listen was left feeling glum. Interesting but I
resented that it was both riveting and upsetting.
I'm a big fan of the notion that all religions teach similar lessons using different language and customs so the fact that this book is written by a Christian did not make it any less useful or interesting for this Jew.
Martha Beck is one smart and courageous cookie, who I think is ahead of the curve in her predictions. Her writing style is always informative, easy to digest and she's got a great sense of humour. The only bummer for me was that she did not narrate this book. I missed her voice.
Good story, performed well, honest, humble about a musician who inadvertently made a bundle of money by keeping it simple and sticking to his principles.
Not sure; maybe someone more turned on by flashy marketing
Not at all
The ideas presented in this book are borrowed from others but sort of mangled in the process; I'd look to Martha Beck, Eckhart Tolle, Deepak Chopra or others for a more substantive listen.
Excellent, though tough story to listen to....Gregory has lived hard and reports some of his adventures directly and honestly. Great of you are an Allman Bros. fan
If you are familiar with A Course in Miracles, this is likely a pleasant reminder. Not great as first exposure to the work, but all I could find on Audible.
I'd listen to a New Earth or Power of Now first, but Tolle's message is always on point and invaluable.
His occasional humour
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