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A Guide to the New Age Audiobook

A Guide to the New Age

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Are you looking for something more out of life? If so, you are not alone. Many people are today, and they find the solution in the New Age movement, which adopts ideas from a number of different spiritualities and the spiritually conscious mind. The main idea is to enforce the serenity of the mind.

©2007 Good Guide Publishing; (P)2007 Good Guide Publishing

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  • Christopher Avery, Ph.D.
    Comfort, TX USA
    03/04/15
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    "Written by a computer?"
    What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

    This is gobbledydook. It's almost as if a computer took random nouns, verbs, adjectives, etc and put them in common sentence structure. Consider this representative quote: "Thus the New Age moves toward better health and self-improvement while applying benefices of the third world country. The new strategies is to cultivate our mind and body by engaging in swift study, cerebrum frill, subconscious learning, etc. Anniversary of the new developments is bound with concert music, repetitive actions, etc. to improve the mind, which in turn improves health by dawdling age." Context does not help understanding. Banal platitudes concerning diet and exercise are the best this silly thing has to offer.


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