Since the beginning of time, human nature has driven people to explore beyond their surroundings. The results have shaped the world not just in terms of geographic boundaries, but also in the context of spiritual values. Seeking direction, generations have looked to others for spiritual guidance hoping to find timeless wisdom that will withstand any turmoil or hardship. Over time, one message has provided comfort and continues to ring true today: Seek the answer from within, and you will find the truth.
Now considered a spiritual classic, The Infinite Way and this timeless message have instilled comfort and hope in the hearts of millions who now look inward for long-lasting peace. If human nature continues to push our lives toward a new spiritual horizon, this simple gift will point the way and help each listener discover the truth.
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Yes. Joel Goldsmith inspires you seek God.
He makes being spiritual seem the norm. God is accessible. Miracles happen!
The speaker chosen to be the voice for this book was terrible!!! He sounded like he was shouting at listeners instead of reading to them. Very distracting and some content gets lost.
one of the most life-changing books I've ever read. I understand true love and abundance at a real level now
Open to Reality
There was no character. The Reader had no character, either.
This did not sound like a human. It was read with very little understanding or meaning. Words like omnipotence and omniscience were pronounced robot-like as "om-NEE-poh-tence and "om-NEE-cee-unce"...made me wonder if the reader was actually a fairly advanced text-to-speech algorithm. Poor pacing, no meaning, no color. I was/am tempted to ask for a refund, except I did force myself to listen to the words despite the weak performance.
This is the only Goldsmith title on Audible, which is surprising and disappointing. Goldsmith does an excellent job (with zero help from the guy "performing" this book, of communicating extremely valuable insights about our identity and Divinity and Reality. What a waste to have it presented this way, and to have only this in Audible's selections
the narrative is too fast. the concepts and ideas are profound and life changing. the narrator seems to be in a hurry to finish the reading. if he read at about a 30% slower pace, it would be better.
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