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Join Dolores Cannon, and let us go exploring!

Join us on a voyage through time and space into the world of the strange and unusual and unfathomable, as hypnotherapist Dolores Cannon's Convoluted Universe series continues. Suspend belief as you explore worlds and dimensions where your dreams become reality and your reality is only a dream. Open your mind to a myriad of possibilities that have previously only dwelt in the imagination. More mind-bending concepts for those with open minds and eager curiosities such as:

  • Other lives as animals, plants, and in strange, otherworldly bodies.
  • Everything is alive. Everything has consciousness.
  • Help from beings of faraway worlds.
  • The three waves of volunteers who are coming to help the world go through its transition.
  • What is God? The true nature of God or the source, where all come from and all must go back to.
  • Lifetimes as creators of universes, the Earth, and everything on it.
  • Different laws of creation and physics where universes obey other rules.
  • The new Earth and the effects on our bodies as we move into it.
  • Who will be left behind when the Earth moves into the next dimension.
  • A totally new alternative to a walk-in.
  • The final solution energy that can destroy the world if it becomes necessary.
©2008 Dolores Cannon (P)2020 Dolores Cannon

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Love the Story, Not Keen on the Narrator.

I prefer Audible books since having my children. I can always find time to listen and work. I have many of Dolores’s Audible books now, I think she was a fascinating and inspiring woman. Her work was truly unique and a gift to us all. Sometimes I do wish I had the time to read the books myself though, because unfortunately the last couple of narrators chosen for the Convoluted series have been hard to listen to, especially this one. I find this one in particular extremely hard to tolerate. To the point of feeling annoyed. I wish Carol Morrison could narrate all Dolores’s books, she can almost make me feel like I’m listen to Dolores’s herself for some reason. She is natural and pleasant to listen to, her voice is calming. This narrator has none of those qualities for me. She sounds artificial and unrealistic and it spoils the listening experience for me. Please I do hope Nancy or anyone else at Ozark Mountain Publishing reads this and makes sure that no other books are narrated by this particular narrator, no offence intended. I spend hours listening to Dolores’s books, when they are finished I start them again. I sometimes like to go to bed with them playing, because I want Dolores’s energy & vibration around me while I’m falling asleep and I want this information to sink into my consciousness, and finally shift out all of the ’old’ narrative that has been drip fed to us all for so long.

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Thank you Delores

This is my favourite of the series. Eye opening and mind-boggling! I can relate to much of what is discussed in this book. When I heard chapter 30, I almost fell over! this chapter was like I was communicating with my self from another dimension. The whole book is fascinating, but for me chapter 30 made it all worth it. I will never forget it.

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as Dolores says its candy for the mind, amazing

truely interesting perspective of the human mind and our belief system. cant wait for book 4 to be on audio.
the narators were good but at certain points in the book the voices sounded as one person so it made it difficult to distinguish if it was Dolores writing(speaking) or the subjects/enterties that spoke. but this has only occurred in this book, books 1 and 2 had no faults or problems.

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Fabulous, loved it, very exciting work.

I loved this book and found it a profoundly moving experience. I'm now looking forward to book 4.

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Great knowledge

Important information. This kind of information is rare. I engulfed the books with great appetite at a fast rate. thanks Delores

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Great book

Great book. I absolutely love Dolores cannon. The put on accents were definitely a bit much at times. In particular, the Japanese accent and the London, England accent. Just no need for the terrible accent. Read it in your normal voice. An English accent like that probably hasn't been heard since Mary Poppins

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Beautiful

Let your light shine, brothers and sisters. We are ONE xxx thank you, again, Dolores.

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A continuous mind bending bonanza

Can’t wait to read Book Four - mind candy is an understatement - recommend all Dolores’ books

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opens your mind up

loved this book, as with every other Dolores cannon book I have read, which is many. she never disappoints in having me glued to listening to the material she has gathered. my mind has been opened and confused many times by some information in her books, but I enjoy trying to wrap my head around some of the concepts. she is truly inspirational ❤

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Much better narration than first 2 books

The narration is much better than the first two books. The female voice is less harsh. Well done!

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  • 30-12-20

The narrator

Book 1 and 2 had wonderful narrator voices Cherise Knapp and Randal Schaffer. In book 3 the narrator’s voice is very snooty. It’s important to realize that voices carry frequency vibrations. I hope the people in charge will make sure they get people to read these books who have kinder and more loving voices.

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  • Mary E.
  • 15-10-20

I wanted to love this book

WHO picks the narrators for these books!?!?

They sound nothing at all like Dolores. They are great narrators, just not for this book series and it is too distracting from the actual messages.

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  • Ali
  • 13-09-20

I wait patiently for Dolores Cannon books

Start with custodians and work your way through the convoluted universe and allow your mind to expand. These books have epic information and help a lot of things spot into place.

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  • Valerie Allen
  • 01-07-21

This Narrator was like nails on a black board⚔️

I’ve never complained about a audio books performance until this woman.
I’d like to take up a collection to have Delores books Narrated by a quality performer that sweet spot.
Ive read most all of Delores Cannons books & followed her with great respect in her field.Im so happy they are coming out in Audibles.
I have vision problems now or would not have continued ready after one chapter.
I’m adding Delores Audiobooks to my library &
prayers for a wonderful voice to be hired for the rest.🙏🏼

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  • Haley
  • 30-06-21

Phenomenal Info!

The book is phenomenal! A great way to open your mind. Some of the narrator's are hard to listen to though.

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  • The Consumer Shopper
  • 25-05-21

Narrator is reason for RETURN

The “Estate” keeps cranking out books, worse & worse cutting corners & quality. Narration chopped & clipped w/correx.

Narrator Elam, their toilet paper commercial voice is unbearable. Tragic. SO SAD since I yearn for the original works of Dolores.

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  • Nicholas Piombino
  • 17-01-21

Uneven narration

The voice of the narrator was perfect, exactly the right tone. However the female subjects’ voice (was this the same reader?) was beyond terrible. Her hammy performance was very distracting and cringe worthy. Book one remains the most interesting.
Toni Simon

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 29-07-21

Trancendant

This is the most profound source of knowledge I have come upon so far.

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  • Amazonian
  • 07-06-21

The Greatest Story Ever Told!

This is the tenth of Dolores Cannon's books that I've completed. Mind blowing. Awesome work!

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  • Robin
  • 18-05-21

The best of Convoluted…

If you are a seeker and if you only want to listen to one of the Convoluted series, this is the one!
I don’t know if this is the last one Dolores put together herself, but it seems to be the culmination of many of the theories. Book four seems to go back along the lines of the first two.

If you are open to all possibilities and have explored many of the new theories in spirituality and growth, this is a ‘must have’ as far as I’m concerned.

I have been on a lifelong search for meaning. I had not heard of Dolores until about a month ago. I suppose it’s the obvious paradigm of the teacher appearing when the student is ready.

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