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Great

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Reviewed: 27-01-20

A very interesting listen: well presented and clearly structured, I have learned a lot and I am very thrilled to have discovered the series of audiobooks published by this firm. Thank you!!

Fabulous book very well read

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Reviewed: 13-12-19

Such practical stuff and so well conveyed! A joy to listen to and very applicable and helpful

Shallow and sanctimonious

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Reviewed: 23-10-19

Eduardo Ballerini should be grabbed by the feet and shaken vigorously: hopefully this will dislodge his sanctimonious tone and it will drop off. As for the book itself, Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse sounds opinionated. He tries hard to seem cool and branché, but comes across as stuck and shallow. All in all not a helpful read... Mind you, come to think of it... it did annoy me so it gave me the chance to practice patience!

Absolutely wonderful

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Reviewed: 30-09-19

Absolutely wonderful recording of a beautiful text. This is such a treat and we are so very lucky to have it. Thank you and please make the other sutta collections also available as audible audiobooks!!

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Great help

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Reviewed: 18-09-19

Immensely helpful, wise, practical. A true eye opener
Immensely helpful, wise, practical. A true eye opener

Pithy teachings, skilfully presented and beautifully read

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Reviewed: 04-09-19

Pithy teachings, skilfully presented and beautifully read. I strongly recommend it. Thank you very much

Excellent!

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Reviewed: 08-04-19

Kum Nye: Very interesting outlook, well presented and very helpful indeed. Thank you very much

A treasure

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Reviewed: 26-01-19

This is a wonderfully helpful book, fool of encouragement, good advise and inspiration. In it Pema Chodron guides us beautifully through Shantideva’s powerful but sometimes obscure work. Joanna Rotte does a great job too, her read

The revolutionary genius of Stefano Mancuso

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Reviewed: 21-12-18

I got the feeling this book was more about what a clever guy he is than a real love of plants in themselves. He seems to look at them to see if he can steal ideas to make man more powerful and so he exploit the planet with more success and ease, even moving into other planets if push comes to shove. He needs a new ‘story’ as Charles Eisenstein would put it.
As for the narrator, in most paragraphs he somehow manages to speak every word with a tone of amazement! Tiresome to listen to.

Good meditation BUT

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Reviewed: 13-08-18

It is a very good meditation but no sooner it has finished that you are given A BIG FRIGHT when the Audible voice shouts AUDIBLE HOPES YOU HAVE ENJOYED THIS PROGRAM! I thought I was going to have a heart attack!

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