Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The Remembering Process by Daniel Barrett and Joe Vitale is a cool and
interesting book. The authors take turns sharing and teaching, so you get to
benefit from learning the Remembering Process from two unique personalities and
perspectives. There is a lot of great stuff here, but the process itself is
what's most memorable. It's an active meditation and if you have a good
imagination you can use this technique to create some pretty amazing stuff. I've
been experimenting with it, and love it. There is a question and answer section,
as well as many testimonials in the back of the book that are very helpful. One
thing I particularly like about The Remembering Process is how the authors speak
on the value of letting it flow rather than forcing. Trying to do this when
you're not in the mood could leave you frustrated. You're going to get the most
out of it when you're in the right mindset. This book illustrates, very well,
that meditative techniques aren't a chore belonging only to the
self-disciplined, they can be fun, powerful, and productive. And they should be.
I recommend this book to anyone who is ready to set some big goals, and make
some serious change while having some good fun. I was given a free copy of this
book, by the good folks at Hay House Publishing. I wasn't financially
compensated for this review, and the opinion expressed is soley mine based on my
personal view of the material.
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
interesting. The author does a wonderful job of explaining a new way of looking
at life and how it shows up around us. Her unabridged reading of the text is
wonderful, because she doesn't rush through it. That makes it easy to pay
attention, and not get lost in thought while the book goes on to another point.
The section on lucid living is incredible. Cynthia is very Zen-like in her
approach, as she doesn't badger you into a philosophical corner and tell you
what you should think or feel, but rather teaches ways of going inward and
finding your own answers. That's where the true change and the power always
comes from anyway. My favorite part of the book are the sections dealing with
energy work. I got involved with Reiki several years ago with the idea of
proving that it was all bunk, instead it had the opposite effect and changed
everything for me. Cynthia speaks like a true master of this healing art. So if
you're at all interested in energy work, and experiencing reality in a brand new
way I highly recommend that you pick up this audiobook. It is one of a kind, you
won't regret it.
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Tuesday, July 1, 2014
This is an incredible card deck. There's nothing not to like. The packaging is great. It lends itself to easy storage, as well as easy access to pop the cards out for a read anytime. The instructional booklet written by Tori Hartman is a nice read filled with insight. It is moving and inspiring, and goes much deeper into the subject of energy work than most teachings I've read. The colors and visuals are a fantastic way of better understanding the seven major chakras. The cards themselves are beautiful without being too girly. The art and the legends involved with each card really capture a spirit in the same way a really good Tarot deck would, but without being overly complicated and mystical. The readings in the book are great. The layouts are easy to follow, and the meditations can really take you to some interesting new places. They say the doorway to wisdom always opens from within, and this card deck is a great traveling companion to bring on those inward journeys. Obviously, I love it, and can't say enough good things about it. I'm very grateful to have these cards and plan on using them often. FTC Disclosure: I received this card deck for free for review purposes from a kind representative of the publisher. I was not financially compensated for my review or coerced in any way. The opinion expressed is my own honest assessment of the product. It rocks. You'll love it.
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