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This is the best fromat I have listened to of the teachings of this emerging teacher of enlightenment. There are only the teachings, dialogues have been omitted. Recommended for would-be students and veterans alike.
This guy is amazing. I have both of his speeches that are available here, and recommend them both VERY VERY VERY highly. His views on being awake are actually liberating (no joke). He teaches that being AWAKE is really not hard, and that in his opinion there are a lot more AWAKE people than you realize ... MAYBE EVEN YOU.
You can hear his authentic-ness in his voice. Very easy too listen too. He leads you through a couple guided meditations. This is basically the teaching he gave at a retreat. I would love to meet this guy!!!
Adyashanti has a very approachable style and he speaks from an awakened place, so listening to him is listening to awakening. If you are on the path, you will love this! Highly recommended.
I once saw a video of Adyashanti and did not enjoy his style. But an audio talk of his came to me as a gift, and I loved it, and so downloaded this book. Maybe I just wasn't ready for his teachings when I saw the video, or maybe his style is different in this book, but in any case, I totally LOVE this book.
I fully agree with the enthusiastic reviews that preceded this one, and can also understand the negative reviews....this book is not for everyone. But I would say that anyone who has been studying and resonating with Eckhart Tolle's teachings, or Gangaji's, would probably find this interesting at minimum, and possibly life-changing, as it has been for me. Each time I listen to it, I am struck by the power of things that I heard previously but suddenly see in a new way. I especially love the way Adyashanti speaks about the experience of living in the enlightened state, and the accessibility of that state to us all. I can't recommend this book highly enough.
If you are wondering what life will be like once you've experienced awakening...this is very helpful. Even if you haven't had the experience; listening to Adya is very helpful--a good reminder to just be as you are; as you always have been.
I simply cannot get enough of Adya. Very thankful I am able to hear what he is teaching and open to having deeper experiences on my road to awakening from the dream.
This is one of the recordings I listen to multiple times a month, more if I'm stressed. Adya's style and humor put me at ease and he's very easy to understand. He speaks to your body, heart and gut and your innate wisdom so don't try to think through his words with your mind, just listen to the message. If you've never listened to a spiritual teaching by anyone before I admit it might take awhile to understand his nuanced vocabulary but you will be richer for the education and you'll walk away with something you can put into use right now. If you want real, visceral substance in your spiritual teachings, Adya's your guide. He doesn't sweet talk you about what it takes to be awake in the world but he's certainly not harsh either. He speaks with such love and eloquence you swear he's talking only to you. He understands the human condition so well that no matter what your previous experience, you will get something from this recording. I cannot recommend his teachings enough. If you want to learn to love your life, listen.
Yes, I've listened to others and this one is just as good.
Yes since I listened while driving - otherwise I think some parts were good, others worthless
Still the same; not too much life altering information
The thing is this - author is really telling us stuff we already know and there is absolutley no life changing information. He is selling live talks done previously at a retreat that he has already "put on." My impression is that he is giving spritual advice based on what he has learned from spiritual teachers - but at the same time telling the audience not to seek too much spiritual advice. My impression is that he is a bit narcissistic and full of crap. FYI: An hour of this audio book is meditation, which is a silent waste of time and money.
I found this book really interesting and very well presented. I really liked the way that just when the subject matter was getting a little dry, some hummer would put in to lighten the mood - great book which I will listen to again.
"Just what I was looking for"
I have not read the print version
Simple, no nonsense discussion of how to allow awakening to happen
I liked the guided meditations
I felt more peaceful. I would not say I was "awakened as yet, but rather more conscious and I feel awakening is possible
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