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The Collective Unconscious Explained

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Reviewed: 06-07-2020

I have always been aware of the impact of the collective unconscious upon the individual. This is the first book that I have read that explored this concept and the power of humanities collective thoughts. Collective thoughts which ultimately become a self-autonomous consciousness - the Egregores as the author has named them

Great Read for When You have Lost Your Way!

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Reviewed: 20-06-2020

I have read some of Hill's work over 20 years ago. They where considered manditory reading for anyone on a spiritual journey. After many years of working on evolving my consciousness and manifesting my intentions and experiencing many setbacks I found that I lost my momentum. The Devil's interview has given me new clarity and new inspiration to pick myself up and keep going!

Inspirational Read

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Reviewed: 19-11-2019

Initially I thought it was going to be a book that rehashed concepts that I had heard before. And true yes it did, however the truly enjoyed the author’s fresh approach to finding meaning and living our lives with commitment and meaning.

Simple, concise and powerful

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Reviewed: 04-07-2017

Whilst I am not a business coach I am a therapist and this book was a fabulous check list of what I already do well and what I can do better. Highly recommend it to anyone dealing with people.

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A good brief overview

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Reviewed: 15-06-2017

I have been exploring this topic via several books. This book contains a very good short condensed overview of the topic

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Great Read if u want to understand addiction

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Reviewed: 16-08-2016

Lots of very interesting and useful information. Thought in the final chapters the author became repetitive

A Confrontational Must Read

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Reviewed: 19-03-2015

In a world of so called sexual revolution, this books tells you that woman haven't gone far enough. I highly recommend that every woman should read this and every woman should pass it on to their daughters

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Okay but overly repetitive

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Reviewed: 05-01-2015

I got some good concepts from
You'd book in the early chapters and then it became too laboured after that. Still worth reading though

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A must read for the atheist and religious

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Reviewed: 04-08-2014

What did you like most about An Atheist's History of Belief?

This would have to be be of the most fascinating book I have read....ur listened to for ages. The author presented new and fascinating information. Has confirmed what I have been saying for quite some time, humanity keeps repeating it's patterns in all areas and perhaps it is time for something completely different

What did you like best about this story?

New thought provoking information

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A Must Read for Introverts

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Reviewed: 06-06-2014

Where does The Introvert Advantage rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

one of the best

Did you have an emotional reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

lots of A Ha moments

Any additional comments?

This was an excellant book gain lots of insight into introverts and the different types. The only part that I didn't find as interesting was the section on children as I have already raised my introverted children without too much trauma as I am an introvert myself