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Shakti Gawain, a leader in the world consciousness movement, teaches us to view prosperity not as monetary gain but as fulfillment of the heart and soul. She dismantles the cause-and-effect relationship most people construct around money and happiness while acknowledging the important role money plays in our lives. Gawain develops a new approach to prosperity that combines the strengths of 3 philosophies: monetary, transcendent spiritual, and New Age. She shows us how money can be used to identify where we need more balance in our lives, freeing us to pursue fulfilling relationships and personal satisfaction - the ingredients to true prosperity.
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Sound Quality- Yikes!

I've purchased this and listened to the whole thing.
It is obviously a "book on tape" from the pre-digital era, but it appears there wasn't a good master available, or the conversion wasn't done well.
Rated high due to content and narration, but be sure to listen carefully to the sample before buying. It sounds like an a cheap microphone recording from the single speaker of a cheap cassette player playing an old cassette.
Audible should have a minimum sound quality before they carry a book, or some sort of special designation for "lo-fi".
Or perhaps Shakti Gawain would consider re-recording some of these.

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