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NexGen Human is a call to high adventure! The adventure of your life! We live in a dynamic, ever changing world. To paraphrase Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz, "Toto, we ain't in Kansas anymore." In this day and age we are challenged like no other human before with overwhelming choices, overwhelming information, and an overwhelming focus on fear. In this new world, ironically, what used to be luxuries are now necessities: connecting to your heart, accessing deep sources of wisdom, living your passions, delivering your gifts to the world, transforming limiting beliefs, and being fully alive, loving your life each and every day. The world is demanding your transformation and this book will show you the way. Take a deep breath and ask yourself now, "Is this book for me?" Then trust your intuitive instinct and choose to move in the direction of your dreams. As the author, I trust you, I trust God/Universal Intelligence/Great Spirit/Source, and I trust this book will find its way into the lives of those it is meant to serve.
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What did you love best about NexGen Human?
I love the wisdom sewed together with joy and ease. I loved that I could hear the authors loving intension.
What was one of the most memorable moments of NexGen Human?
By listening to this book, I question my physical reality even more and know I have the forces within me to achieve what it is I most desire AND when we as individuals do this, we transform the world.
Have you listened to any of Roger Kenneth Marsh’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
The author presents wisdom that many of us on the spiritual path have heard before in a rejuvenated pragmatic way. The tools in this book are ways to propel our sad state of human affairs into new ways of being, creating and doing.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Rogers honesty in his own life and the humble humorous reality checks along the way.
Any additional comments?
PLEASE DO HUMANITY A FAVOR AND SIT BACK RELAX AND LISTEN!