John K. Huhges
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- The Tibetan Path of Awakening Through Lucid Dreaming
- By: Andrew Holecek
- Narrated by: Andrew Holecek
- Length: 6 hrs and 42 mins
- Original Recording
"Sleeping and dreaming," teaches Andrew Holecek, "offer nightly opportunities for spiritual awakening." When you know how to wake up in your dreams, you transform sleep into a portal to the deepest experiences of reality.
Great For Beginners | Shallow For The Experienced
- By Davis on 04-07-16
The Ego Can Get Behind This
The immediate benefit is Andrew’s narration, which is conversational in tone, giving room between words and phrases, allowing the listener time to pleasurably comprehend. Here is a thoroughly experienced explorer of the inner and outer realms. A joy to study.
Andrew’s commentary on spiritual development is light-hearted, playful and transparent. As a multiple decade meditator, I gained fresh ways to understand and benefit from the dream and waking states.
As anyone who's done a lot of work on themselves knows, ego is the ultimate control freak. As such, many parts of this book will frighten, but the underlying benefit of having control over the dream state and mind is something the ego can get behind.
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Year of Yes
- How to Dance It Out, Stand in the Sun and Be Your Own Person
- By: Shonda Rhimes
- Narrated by: Shonda Rhimes
- Length: 7 hrs and 4 mins
The megatalented creator of Grey's Anatomy and Scandal and executive producer of How to Get Away with Murder chronicles how saying yes for one year changed her life - and how it can change yours, too.
Best 7 Hours Listening to an Audio Book Ever!
- By ccreads on 02-20-16
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
Removing her high school valley girl tone.
What do you think your next listen will be?
Certainly not Shonda.
Would you be willing to try another one of Shonda Rhimes’s performances?
If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Year of Yes?
Out of the gate focus on the benefit of the listener, not Shonda's egomaniacal self.
Any additional comments?
A condescending pile of crap. Her TED is great. This book not so much.