Analyzing the basic nature of human thought and consciousness itself, the author makes available to everyone the key to penetrating the last barrier to the advancement of civilization and science and resolving the most crucial of all human dilemmas: how to instantly determine the truth or falsehood of any statement or supposed fact.
All human endeavors have the common goal of understanding or influencing human experience. To this end, man has developed numerous descriptive and analytical disciplines: morality, philosophy, psychology, and so on. Regardless of what branch of inquiry one starts from (philosophy, political theory, theology) all avenues of investigation eventually converge at a common meeting point: the quest for an organized understanding of the nature of pure consciousness.
To explain that which is simple can be difficult indeed. Much of this book is devoted to the process of making the simple obvious. If we can understand even one simple thing in depth, we will have greatly expanded our capacity for comprehending the nature of the universe and life itself.
© and (P)2006 The Institute for Spiritual Research, Inc., dba Veritas Publishing
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I would, if you were to read it, not listen to it. Great content and a lot of information
Complete distraction. The first persons voice that started the book would have been fantastic. Very engaging. Not Dr Hawkins. He completely ruined the audio. It was hard to not drift. Sometimes authors shouldnt read their own books.
Write a review. 1st ever
this book has SO much valuable information but the author sounds like, well, it is so monotone I fall asleep,
the information is so valuable in our lives
a little expression
the information needs to be known. maybe a recap with enthusiasm for the message
The research and the implications of this work are Earth-shattering! I had heard about this work via a Wayne Dyer audio, am I very glad I listened to it. I may read the book when I want to review it, as David Hawkins audio recording left me struggling to understand and follow many times.
The words used were very large and scientific, and having someone like David Hawkins read his own work took much of the feeling behind these big words, leaving much room for improvement. I would love to hear another narrator read this work.
This book is a core foundation towards helping people understand other books on self improvement/realization. It is as great as they say it is. Narration becomes acceptable as u go on.
Although the content was compelling, with all due respect to the author, his narration made it a hard listen.
The woman who prefaced all the chapters in the book was way better than the narrator.
The narration was so bad I bought a digital copy of the book and will be reading it on my kindle instead.
Audible, you are responsible for allowing this poorly narrated book to be released on your site. I want my money back!
Dr Hawkins should have hired a professional narrator.
There were so many slurred words and mispronunciations it was difficult to concentrate on the content.
Despite some negative comments about the narration I bought this book and I love David Hawkin's narration. Everybody needs to read this book - we can all raise the consciousness of this pitiful planet.
Yes. The content can benefit all of us. We can't help but become better people by just reading (listening) to this book.
The narration sounded a bit
The best part is that I found out at the end, it's the first book of a trilogy. :)
It is a pity that a book that has such an interesting subject was read by the author himself instead of a professional reader.
He had a monotonous voice and slurred his words and as a result I couldn't listen to it till the end.
Instead I looked at the book itself.
The idea behind some of the book was explained in a far more interesting way by Dr. Wayne Dyer in His book
Dr Wayne Dyer or someone else who can read well
If new research shows relevant additional information I think there should be a follow up book
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