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Inspiring lessons on living

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Reviewed: 17-05-17

This is my third Tolle read. And although some lessons have been repeated, they give new insight to those 'same old chestnuts', that I obviously had not learned the first time round. I had however questioned the certainty of "the purpose of the universe is..." Check it out.

Amazing. Liberating. Great personal work.

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Reviewed: 20-11-16

It has hit me like a freight train from first listen and I am still examining the debris. Skeletons, suppressed patterns, childhood memories, past and current love affairs - all frying around like a cloud of fascinating dark matter around a supernova. And what fun it is to look into all that... New star, or soul if you prefer, born is what I feel like. Listen and give this book to anyone who matters in your life. THANK YOU BRAD BLANTON!

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Food for thought

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Reviewed: 15-10-16

This book if full of excellent advice on how to live life well, whether you got ADHD diagnosis or not. It is also very helpful in opening eyes to how many people around us behave in odd ways, what we can do or sometimes not do about it. I am in the wondrous world of music and 'normal' people are rather unusual. So this was just perfect listen.

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Growing on me

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Reviewed: 19-03-16

Having listened to a few talks and books by Alan Watts, I initially felt this one was a little too 'crammed' - not enough time to think about things. But one can always make a bookmark or pause. It's growing on me.

One of my favourites

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Reviewed: 20-08-15

Absolutely love this book and the author. Offers comfort in all situations of life. Makes obscure concepts of philosophy and spirituality easy to understand. And he is do witty!

Ship fun story

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Reviewed: 19-08-15

Good Culture book, but does drag on a little story-wise. Had to listen 3 times over as kept having my attention drift or falling asleep. Liked the ship characters and their banter though.

Superb Ram Dass collection

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Reviewed: 03-05-15

One of the best reads for people looking for meaning of life, interested in theology and philosophy. On my player on constant repeat. In sad moments of my life this is the first book I reach out to and I start smiling within a few minutes.

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Good Omens cover art

Funny and educational

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Reviewed: 25-04-15

Excellent non-disk world book. The concept of Armageddon explained in a classic Pratchett style - the angel and the devil are such fun characters.

Excellent

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Reviewed: 18-04-15

One of the best Vimes stories. Engaging and funny. Have been reading it over and over and every time discovering some new detail.

Good start into the spirituality

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Reviewed: 04-04-15

Excellent book. A very good introduction into the spiritual domain. However, I keep going back to it and every time discovering more and more depth.

Read very well, but I find the bell sounds between passages a little too loud - they startle me sometimes and ruin the flow.