Are you being psychically attacked? Yes! Every day you are exposed to negative forces in the environment from cynical people, malicious people, media advertisements, noise pollution and many other sources. These psychic attacks can cause neuroses, physical illness, bad luck - even accidents. Another ten percent of these psychic attacks are due to metaphysical sources, such as black magic, demonic spirits, poltergeists and energy vampires.
This is the first comprehensive guide to diagnosing, treating and preventing psychic attacks. Dr. Goldberg uses the latest reasearch on energy fields, auric bodies, chakras, white magic, black magic, possession, and demonology, as well as case histories from his hypnotherapy practice to explore and explain the phenomenon of psychic attacks. This book includes 55 exercises to help you strengthen your aura and learn to protect yourself and your loved ones against all forms of psychic attacks.
Psychic protection of this type brings with it a personal empowerment like no other.
©2012 Dr. Bruce Goldberg (P)2013 Dr. Bruce Goldberg
It's a good one. Hard to compare because the topic is so different
Reader did a good job. Good pacing. Correct pronunciation of some very difficult words.
I did..sort of...finished in one day ..on and off as I drove, exercised, etc.
This book was very insightful look into the many forms of psychic attack. It is not about witchcraft or black magic, but about how to protect yourself. The author gives many examples of patients who used his techniques and how they work, and judging by the reviews of the written work and some second-hand knowledge, I believe them. Forget about skepticism. Based on what I've read and some people I know who have worked with the author, his techniques do work.
I am interested in this information but so distracted by the strange narration that I cannot listen to this audio book anymore. I don't think I got past the first chapter. I did slide forward and listen to a few seconds of future chapters and think I would be interested in this information that is not widely available so will get the regular book version.
The strange pronunciation of words, with words ending in a higher intonation at the end when normally there would be a downward intonation, the mechanical speaking rhythm, and weirdness of speech made it very difficult to focus on what was being said.
Doesn't anyone check (Editor?) (Producer?) on the narrator's work? One bad narrator can have a negative effect on an author's years of hard work.
Right at the beginning of this book there was a story of a client in the Los Angeles area, in the "San Francisco Valley" . . . hmmmm. Should that have been read as the "San Fernando Valley?"
I try to be understanding and flexible about narration, but this is so bad that I cannot get the information I am interested in. At least not in audio form.
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