Enjoy the power of clear awareness.
Do you realize that noticing and awareness basically drive everything you appear to do? Could you have gotten your body out of bed this morning without first having noticed you were awake? Would you have picked up this audiobook without first being aware it was of interest to you?
Your awareness is like the clear glass of a windshield - and through it, you experience every bit of your life. Awareness is inherently pure and clear. But it can get covered with sludge - of negative thoughts and emotions, and false beliefs.
The simple noticing techniques in this audiobook act as wipers to keep your windshield clean. The power of clear awareness takes over, and you automatically enjoy greater happiness, love, and freedom. You're free of the mistaken ideas and beliefs that were distorting the view.
©2013 Peter Francis Dziuban (P)2014 Peter Francis Dziuban
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"Audible version - Simple Notice"
I will rate it again later, but just want to mention that this is almost impossible to hear. He stops at almost every word and makes it impossible to have a continuous line of thought. Maybe the book is great, and I will edit review again later, but so far, WORST mistake this guy ever made in his life was reading his own book. Please get a professional to do that for the next books of the series. You are talking about consciousness and taking notice which seems pretty simple concepts but are in fact complex (special for first timers); man, you need your audience to focus on the content of what you are saying and not on how you are saying. Please, take notice of what I said. And get a professional.
"Shifting the focus"
This book will help one to shift focus from external objects to ficus on the I Am Excellent
This is a simple clear presentation read by the author.
Anyone interested in this subject will be well advised to review this book and do the
"Love this book. Clear and to the point."
I could and will listen over and over. It's a perfect reminder of who we really are.
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