©2005 Gregg Braden; (P)2008 Sounds True
This collection of Braden's work is thought-provoking as usual. I didn't realize that some of this was from the late 90's and would like to see what's changed/been confirmed since esp as we near 2012. As an empath, I completely agree with his theories on shifts in the Earth and the lost mode of prayer. Some of the stories are repeated in each of the parts of this collection but they're good stories and are appropriate to each part of the collection, which stand alone. Having studied Christianity, Wicca, and the Law of Attraction, Braden offers a little different viewpoint that nicely complements my studies to date. More, please!
Spoken and delivered with conviction. This audio is for an audience looking for deeper insights in the correlations of heart, mind and emotions. Everything he touched upon, I was taught as a child and through adulthood -- so his lessons rang true to me and fed my soul.
I enjoyed the topic, but only because the subject has interested me for years. Somewhat abstract and for the left brained in the crowd it would be a difficult listen. Would have given it 5 stars but there was a great deal of repetition that started to get annoying at the end. I will listen to more of his titles, but if the repetition continued then I think I got the main concept and will move on to other authors.
Just when you thought you knew everything, you discover you know nothing. Braden explores the world we don't see with our science-washed eyes, and does so with grace and sincerity. If you enjoy exploring things you never knew before, you won't be able to put this one down. I've been listening to it in my car, and have ended up sitting in the driveway unable to leave my car until I hear more.
(BTW) I rated "story" a one-star because this isn't a story and I wasn't allowed to proceed until I had rated everything. So, the non-existent story wasn't particularly interesting.
The information contained in the series, especially about prayer, ancient texts, and the powerful ways we can apply this information in our daily lives.
Great narration by Gregg, his enthusiasm is contagious.
This audiobook contains recordings from his other works, nothing new here. I like his ideas but as I have some of his other books this one was just a waste of money.
Braden, while seeming heartfelt, is hopelessly careless with scientific fact. He repeatedly claims that "scientists now know" as he plunges into an area filled with conjecture. Clearly, he expects that the credulous will look no further and just buy in to his certainty. I'm puzzled at his being so disingenuous. Maybe he doubts the premises he is making and over-compensates by misleading with "facts." In the end, he simply discredits what would otherwise be a meaningful case.
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