©2007 Lynne McTaggart; (P)2008 Recorded Books
"If you want to empower yourself...read this book." (Deepak Chopra)
I got this one since intention is the hot topic and expected more reviews of the latest information and subjects in discussion these days. However it was older stuff we have heard before for the most part. Not too exciting. The author did a good job reading, but the material was hard to keep a focus on and was just a little bland. There is a parallel website with password protection that requires a certain word from a certain part of the paper copy, so that part is out for taking part in intention experiments.
Robert Ryan Worley
After listening to "What the Bleep do we really know", this book really helped to put a more in-depth scientific face on as well as understanding of, the fascinating world of Quantum Physics. Not only was the narrator's voice a pleasure listen to, she really made the book come alive with her fun, expressive style.
I learned quite a lot and the information really has helped to enhance, not only my daily experience and interactions I have within the world, but it has also given me a fun new perspective I apply continuously, to positively shape my everyday reality!!!!
I found this book fascinating. It is well written and well narrated. It speaks to those of us with scientific interests who are able to understand basic research methods, but it doesn't get overly technical, though maybe a little more technical than what you would find on a science program on TV.
This book makes a very solid and case. It gives voice to much research that isn't accepted by classical science. It has completely changed my views on the subject. We need more books like this!
I found this book very hard to follow. Even though I have a doctorate and am very interested in the power of intention, this audiobook was very textbook in nature. I thought it would be more of a self development book and have been unable to make it though it. I read enough textbooks in school. BORING!
This may be a good study or something to follow, but it is not a good audible book.
I loved the book and the reader, I hate when a reader smacks there lips or messages sounds with their mouth, unintentionally, but the was not the case, and the book has alot of information on intention. I recommend it.
The book is an amazing summary of all of the scientific inquiry that has been completed that relates to the use of intention to affect things in our world.
It needs to be listed under science textbook
Not be so textbook. The book reads like a textbook it is boring.
The book, Eliza Foss is a very good narrator
Very full of information, just not an enjoyable format.
What an exceptional book describing the worldwide efforts of scientists! The science behind how our thoughts impact and affect our lives blew my mind. If you have read any other books on the law of attraction and felt a disconnection to the workings and power of the mind, this is a must listen.
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