Summary & Analysis of Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon | A Guide to the Book by Dr. Joe Dispenza

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Narrated by: L.K. Negron
Length: 54 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Please note: This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book.

In Becoming Supernatural: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon, Dr. Joe Dispenza presents theories and science to educate the listener on ways they can change their thoughts, emotions, and energy to improve both their mental and physical health. Don't miss out on this ZIP Reads summary to understand how you, too, can transcend your daily problems and become supernatural. 

What does this ZIP Reads summary include?

  • A synopsis of the original book
  • Key takeaways to distill the most important points
  • Analysis of each takeaway
  • In-depth editorial review
  • Short bio of the original author

About the original book:

Dr. Joe Dispenza’s book Becoming Supernatural: How Common People are Doing the Uncommon is a blend of both scientific and metaphysical research describing and supporting his theories on meditation, removing stress, finding positivity, and creating dramatic changes in your own life. Dispenza informs the reader on the links between mindset and physical health, as well as how to improve both through his unique style of meditation.

DISCLAIMER: This book is intended as a companion to, not a replacement for, Becoming Supernatural. ZIP Reads is wholly responsible for this content and is not associated with the original author in any way.

©2018 ZIP Reads (P)2018 ZIP Reads

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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I wonder WHO would like this. It's a reader review and critique of the book and not a crib note of understanding. Half of this Zip book is critique of his order and methods and lack of proof and undermining concepts. Very BIASED as opposed to a summary.

What was most disappointing about ZIP Reads’s story?

Rediculous ongoing critique for 50% of his position, organization and philosophy.

What three words best describe Lisa Negron’s voice?

Soothing, direct and easy listening.

What character would you cut from Summary & Analysis of Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon | A Guide to the Book by Dr. Joe Dispenza?

The entire critique - none of it was helpful. This is supposed to be a summary of the book and information not a critique of writing style and beliefs. The entire 2nd half of this ZipRead is critique and presented with a bias that is clearly against the theories and philosophy. Wanted a summary...not critique. Dont recommend.

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I'd really like my money back.

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Garbage.

What disappointed you about Summary & Analysis of Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon | A Guide to the Book by Dr. Joe Dispenza?

This is a contradictory critique that explains absolutely nothing about the techniques in the book.

She says things like "many of his claims are unscientific" which some of them are undoubtedly lacking research. The thing is, Joe points this out immediately in the book. He clearly states that this book is focused on exciting hypotheses that work very well for a lot of people anecdotally and need further research. Then she goes on to say "many of his claims are too scientific (referring to the legitimate biofeedback research on HRV and alpha brainwave states), it's too complicated for the average self help reader"...what??

I'm really glad I decided to read the book in its entirety. The meditations are terrific, the hypotheses are exciting, and the research is promising, though in need of a variety of controlled studies.

I should have meditated before writing this review lol, because my blood is boiling a little. This Zip Read may ultimately turn people away from a very valuable resource. In just two weeks my stress levels are noticeably down and my mood in general is much brighter.

It remains to be seen how the meditations improve my physical health, wealth, and performance but feeling better is a nice start.

Has Summary & Analysis of Becoming Supernatural: How Common People Are Doing the Uncommon | A Guide to the Book by Dr. Joe Dispenza turned you off from other books in this genre?

Yes. I will never listen to a Zip version again. Was hoping to have this as a summary reminder to revisit as the actual book is a weighty tome.

Would you be willing to try another one of Lisa Negron’s performances?

Absolutely not she sounds like a robot.

You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

It's returnable.

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could only listen to 2 minutes

It's a computer voice reading a sophomoric book report.about what is probably a really good book.

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Read by a bot!

This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

I can't imagine who could endure this narration. It's obviously not read by a human.

What was most disappointing about ZIP Reads’s story?

That they couldn't just pay a human to read it! And that it's NOT a condensed version of the book.

Would you be willing to try another one of Lisa Negron’s performances?

NOOOO!

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

Irritation. I just can't get past the bot so this is not a comment on the content.

Any additional comments?

no more bots!

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I could not listen to this AI voice.

I really wanted to listen to this but it is not a human reading this. it's an AI voice. they say it is narrated by a human and list a name. bit this is no way a real human reading. it's terrible. So I have no idea how the content was done because I cannot listen to,AI voices. what a rip off and then to say it's narrated by someone is deceiving!

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Someone doesn’t like joe here

At first It was a good review to remember more of the book or sum it up again in mind After It was like the writer trying to tell how skeptical he is Don’t buy it. Joe work is a gift

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not a summary but an opinion of writing style.

completely dissapointed with this summary. Instead of brief explanation of chapters, this summary was focused on writing style, what could have done better in terms of explanations in the book, etc.

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Pointless

You could read the book jacket and get the same info. I thought this would have more information but it’s basically an outline of the chapters with someone’s options of his writing. Not worth listening to at all. The narrator sounds like a robot.

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so so

man this was money maker for dr joe info hey lets take about joe come on man... after this i want buy any more 😩 joe & money

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Worse summary of a book ever

This summary of Joe Dispenza’s masterpiece has so many issues. The biggest issue is that the narrator of the audio book sounds like a computerized robot and made the experience of this book incredibly distracting. It was bizarre and automated which was hard to get past. The next major issue is that the information in Joe’s book is incredibly profound and designed to help the reader move into a place of depth and inner journey. But the author of this summary book clearly has so little experience in this deeper world that he couldn’t understand much of what Joe was saying, so he was confused. So, instead of doing a proper summary of something he couldn’t grasp, the author was critical and offered shallow opinions of how confused he was and he couldn’t understand Joe’s information. This summary is a HUGE waste of time. Couldn’t even get past 15 minutes of it.

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  • Ms. S. Roux
  • 06-09-18

Brilliant Information Ruined by Robotic Audio

What a shame, this important work is quite ruined by the awful robotic voice and resultant nonsensical phrasing, which makes it difficult to follow the thread of what's being said. Really annoying. I was still able to get some benefit from the overview of Dr Dispenza's work, but this audiobook needs to be redone.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 02-13-20

go directly to Joe Dispenza, he is great no summar

I didn't like the summary and analysis of the book . it is better to read or listen the books directly from dr.Joe Dispenza, he is great, I like how he explains with details new stuff. This analysis was annoying as there are a lot of complaints and remarks that he /she who did the summary could not understand some of the most science stuff. This person, doesn't know literally how the brain works and things must be practiced and read several times to get new things, to become familiar with the new. like Dr Joe suggests in some of his books practice the meditation. Do not buy this it is expensive and lots of complaints.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-09-18

Don’t bother buying this!

Not what it implied it was. Not only did it give the book a bad review, they started talking about other books you should read instead! Very disappointed.

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  • 07-17-18

Bit of a negative bias feel

More of an opinion piece than a narrative summary! Seems to be written by someone with no grasp of the content... one would think a summary would be written by someone with at least a bit of knowledge of the area?

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