Spiritual teacher Michael A. Singer explores the question of human identity and shows how the development of consciousness can enable us all to dwell in the present moment and achieve happiness and self-realization.
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"Read this book carefully and you will get more than a glimpse of eternity." (Deepak Chopra)
The book simplifies major parts of your life, which can be slightly annoying cause you want your feelings to matter. but if you picked it up to lessen a pain your dealing with, then slow down and appreciate the message. it helps find strength within yourself when you didn't believe you had any left.
It is a classic that can be read over and over. It's message is simple. It's message is as deep as you want to go.
If you are an emotional person and worry a lot you should get some relief with this book. It takes psychology and universal religious practices and puts them in easy to understand language.
When your mind chatters on and it won't shut up, this book helps you to see that it's definitely possible to have some peace and quiet! Beyond that, it helps you realize just how possible it is to live with inner peace...no matter where you're starting from. It will completely shift your perspective!
I read The Unteathered Soul a few years ago. I really liked the book and I would have rated the book 5/5 back then. It just happened that I re-read the book recently after evolving spiritually and WOW. It was a 5/5 the first time, it is a 5+++/5 the second time. This is a must read.
Great narrator. Love his style / voice.
it makes me reflect upon my soul and what goes behind being myself and how do I find myself in others and ultimately find the truth.
love this book! I'm a physician, I have read and recommended many books and many self help books, but this had a simpleness and power to it that is very rare indeed! not only did I learn a great deal about how to change some things I have struggled with for a lifetime, I've become even more intent on expanding my mind and meditative practices... not that this book tells you how to do all of those things in detail necessarily, but if you have a real desire to make adjustments, this book is a catalyst in a variety of ways to make them. Thank you again Michael Singer for the excellent work and for the unwillingness to give up your discipline or your perspective. It makes me a much more well-rounded Christian to have these principles that are presented from the East weave their truth into the Atonement of Christ and my own beliefs. Beautiful.
I love this. Very enlightening and I would recommend this book to anyone who needs to find out how to live in the moment.
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