"As a New Thought minister, I am constantly on the search for speakers and books that clearly present the Truth Principles, the Universal Laws under which the Spiritual Universe operates. This book does just that...engaging your attention while it gently and inexorably leads [you] back to a path of accessing the Wisdom Within. If put in practice, the Truth Principles outlined here will set one free." (Reverend Tanya Wyldflower, Mendocino Religious Science Center for Spiritual Awakening)
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Steven Ryals does an excellent job of explaining our human condition as well as spiritual solutions to the ego that rules our existence on this plane. I heartily say "well done Steven"! I love to listen to audiobooks in the morning while preparing for the day and also when I am working out.
What other book might you compare Drunk with Wonder to and why?
This book compares to such titles as The Power of Now and The Untethered Soul.
What does Steven D. Ryals bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I love to read but the ability to listen when reading is difficult/impossible (such as driving or working out) is powerful. I also like being able to listen to a book to fall asleep when my eyes are too tired to read.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Any additional comments?
I highly recommend this book and will listen to it whenever I need a spiritual "fix".
I tried to listen to this and it was fine except continually throughout the author keeps referring to the reader as "beloved one". I had enough of this from the original I AM Activity or Saint Germain Foundation teachings from my youth. I tire of such meaningless reference to someone the author doesn't even know, I cannot listen to this anymore!
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