The Book of Undoing encourages immediate recognition of our shared true nature. It is an experiential journey, wherein the listener follows a mock client's Direct Pointing session with the author.
These sessions have helped people around the world come to Nondual realization. It's suggested that the listener actively participate in the question and answer sessions which form the bulk of the book.
Fred extends the invitation for you to awaken right here, right now. It's here or nowhere. It's now or never.
©2013 Fred Davis (P)2014 Fred Davis
Who’d a thunk it, but turns out . . . there’s nothing mystical or foreign to Awakening after all. Fred Davis simply asks a series of questions, to his stand-in client “Brook,” (she’s standing in for us, by the way) and before you know it . . . you’ll find that you suddenly get it. As in: “IT.” Now I’m not saying that I’m all the way where I want to be, but after decades of reading philosophy, religion and metaphysical books . . . I can say that I’m a whole lot closer to home than I ever have been. Get the book. You don’t even need an open mind—just open ears.
Well, I love to read, so I hesitated buying this book (which I've read twice) on audio, but considering it's the Fred Davis, my new favorite author, who wrote this book and set up the audio, I went for it. I listened to about 2 minutes of the sample, turned it off and bot it with 1-click. I already like it better than the paperback version and find it much more experiential. I can't wait to listen to it all. Thanx, Fred!
Just a wonderful little book and very well read. I already planning on listening multiple times.
I really was able to allow myself to experience the simple exersizes and get a glimpse of no dual conscienceless. I found myself laughing out loud at some of the commentary from "Brook" the client, manly because I have thought the same things.
It's really amazing and such a radical shift from the world of form. Yet I feel as a result of listening, I was able to see thru the clouds. Baby steps, baby steps.
Having Brook answer the questions, for me, was very distracting. In this case the print version is better.
Maybe. After watching a few of his youtube videos I feel like his message has no potency, at least via poor quality video it doesn't.
I resonated with identifying myself in the head region of the body, and then upon further contemplation, I too realized that I am nothing but a thought. That is a nice breakthrough.
Well, I didn't like the format, so I'd say no.
The information is refreshing. Just because I didn't resonate with the format doesn't mean there wasn't value for me. If you're a seeker, this might help you.
I forced myself to sit through and listen to this entire thing - most of time was spent feeling anger at the fact that "Brook" said yes to everything! How amazing - Brook was able to see everything that she was asked to see - there was no room for my experience in this dialogue. (Many times I didn't see what Fred asked me to see). One of most frustrating books I have ever ever ever listened to - ever!!
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