You'll learn five different and detailed techniques for communicating with your Higher Self. You'll discover how to use the ideals of your Higher Self to bring greater meaning to your life. And guided visualization exercises will help you reveal the hidden treasures of your Higher Self, and achieve new dimensions of insight and awareness.
©1988 The Edgar Cayce Foundation; (P)1988 Audio Renaissance, a division of Holtzbrinck Publishers, LLC
If you are familiar with Edgar Cayce, this CD should be a part of your collection. All of the Cayce audios done by this narrator are very good. This audio gives some basic information about Cayce's life and his ideas of what the nature of the higher self is as well as how to manifest or channel it.
Each chapter repeats and it is maddening! The content might be very informative but it is challenging to listen to with all of the repetition.
Used to be a great reader, now i'm aspiring to be a great listener as well.
if it did not have many repeated sections. The repetition really broke the flow of the material, rendering this book annoying, instead of elating.
No one. Do not waste your money!
The narrator mentions Cayce and always refers to him in the third person. The chapters repeat themselves, ie 1-2 exact same, 3-4 same and so on, probably to extend the published narration time in order to make it seem worth the price. This is a guided meditation similar to what you can get on youtube for free!
One of the best for material and narration. Very well presented, easy to follow and a pleasure to listen to.
The explanation of favoring searching for connection with ones own higher self opposed to trusting communication with random past souls through mediums.
Does not apply.
Calm love and visualization, traveling to the library on a mountain top, being greeted by a friendly face who took my written request and returned with a written answer I put in my pocket and returned to my home.
Some reviews complained of the repetition, I found the repetition very soothing and useful for growing accustomed to the techniques and exercises.
the guided meditation is choppy and lacks description and fluidity. There is way too much hype in the beginning. It's worthless.
it just meaningless babel
can I get my credit back?
This book as nothing to do with the book of the same name.
It is a common sense narrative interscpersed with short visualizations. Each chapter started to repeats itself twice which make it difficult to follow the instructions.I have not figured why it did that and have not been able to duplicate this with other books.
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