Science based evidence
Proof is in the pudding
This is a great summary about everything I've learned about natural healing in the past year. She supports her claims with scientific and lab studies.
The audible may be a bit slow, I listened to this at 1.25 speed.
yes - realizing i'm an introvert and what i need to do or not do will help others
Listened to half the book but I'm not sure how to do what I want to do!
I took the test and know what my fascination cues are. 4 chapters in and i still don't get what this book is trying to tell me.
Zoned out a few times but after awhile, some things stuck. Worth the listen. For example, expect ingratitude, set a stop-loss
This book started out interesting. but then it just dragged on and on and took forever to finish.
Is he indian? I found the indian accent from the reader as well as the mention at the end "a little small indian man made a difference in my life" rather racist.
Had to listen a few times so I could take notes. Some useful information here
the narrator is awesome (who happens to be the author). Very real, up to date, and I learned lots.
Great story telling
Yes, but the print version is probably better. They reference images a lot.
Found myself listening to certain sections again and trying to take notes. Really curious what the pictures are
This book seemed like it would be great, but the narrator is hard to understand. English accents are great but he reads kind of fast. Also, if I try to slow down th audible it gets echo-de.
Story content was ok
Need better narration. I had to replay many sections.
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