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.

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