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Gerad Kite - founder of the renowned Kite Clinic in London - believes that the way we are living today is making us ill. For all the choices we have, for all the improvements in our material lifestyle, people are more unhappy than ever - because we have lost the ability to tap in to our inner selves.

In this inspiring, revelatory audiobook, Kite shows us how to look at things from a different perspective and to uncover the truth: that everything we need to be happy and well, we already have inside.

Drawing on the principles of ancient Chinese philosophy and his extensive experience with helping people of all ages and from all walks of life, Kite offers a life-changing promise - a route to a state of being that is more authentic, expansive and liberating than anything most people can currently find in either their thoughts or the world around them.

©2016 Gerad Kite (P)2016 Audible Ltd

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Good listen but includes unpleasant accounts

I was put off listening to this book for a few days after hearing the author tell the story of a patient who witnessed his father murder puppies. I am appalled the author felt it was necessary to share this story with the listener. It is completely gut wrenching. It adds nothing to the point being made. I’m now listening to the rest of the book and apart from the puppy death story already mentioned it is quite good.

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while I may need this was it what I wanted?

liked all the references to past masters but too modern for me a bit phycobableish no disrespect intended

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A fascinating book. Particularly the chapters about the 5 elements.

The book is a down to Earth and fascinating read. I really liked the case studies that highlighted the different steps towards ‘Home.’ It was a shame that Gerad Kite didn’t narrate this book as his voice is very distinctive and he could have added even more power to his knowledge. The narration was fine but I found the accents added to the quotes very annoying and unnecessary. The narrator attempted American, Irish and female voices and it was not very convincing and removed emphasis on the quotes themselves.