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  • Handbook of the Navigator

  • Why You and the Universe Were Meant to Meet
  • By: Eric Pepin
  • Narrated by: Theo Copeland
  • Length: 11 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged
  • Overall
    4.5 out of 5 stars 29
  • Performance
    4.5 out of 5 stars 27
  • Story
    5 out of 5 stars 27

Get the real answers to having life-changing meditation experiences with a rapid succession of awakenings, which lead to profound feelings of completeness within your being.  

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • A catalyst for a new path of self discovery, striking curiosity and further questions to even the skeptical and logical thinker

  • By ALK on 01-31-19

A catalyst for a new path of self discovery, striking curiosity and further questions to even the skeptical and logical thinker

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 01-31-19

This book is strange and when I mean strange, I mean it in a good way. It truly is something new. It is different. Which is unusual in this day and age. It’s not like any other book I know of or have come across. When I finished reading this book, I felt a unique sensation inside of me that I don’t think I had felt before from reading. It felt like a buzz or a vibration. It felt physical to me, from the inside but all over my body. As a skeptic, this is a little odd. How can a book make me feel this way?

Growing up I have been subjected to the stories that led me to believe for a while there was a God, I didn’t buy into the big man in the sky but underneath I always believed there was something. For years the question of reality and purpose for me was left stale, subsided and untouched. My personal search for these questions simmered to a stagnant swamp just sitting there in the background. I developed a more logical mind growing up and many religions and spirituality came with little depth or real substance. Answers and logic were weak, resulting in building skepticism but still in me remained room for an answer.

Then a friend handed me this book. The story told and information conveyed in this book, even through my skeptical filter gave me so much new perspective and information but at the same time left a lot still to be answered. After doing some research into the author and what he teaches I soon realized why... this book is only the tip of the iceberg.

This book hits on the creation of reality, proposes the opposition to a force of creation and prolification, provides setting and perspective of how you fit in this life and provides information on meditation technique on how to develop your experiences first hand with levels of reality.

To me, this book seems to have only opened a lot more doors than has closed. Back to the buzzing sensation I noted, I have now learned of a proposed explanation for this and the more I learn of the why and how this feeling occurs and of some of the techniques in other books by the same author the more it makes sense.

Honestly, when you reach a point in your life where you begin to question everything about reality and what makes up your experience as a human in this life, the answers really shift your perspective and provides a new sense of purpose that’s fulfilling. Isn’t that after all what we are after? Fulfillment in life, reaching the end knowing you have made the most of this life and taken your potential as far as you can take it? This book to me was the catalyst of a new path of self discovery. I recommend anyone gives it a fair shot.


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