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inter-voyeurism

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Reviewed: 23-07-2020

listening to anguish, realisation and possibility opens a pathway to view relationship understood differently. Thankyou

self hug

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Reviewed: 07-07-2020

this book opened my eyes to the possibility of slowing down and self care, these two tasks well described.

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growing determination

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Reviewed: 02-06-2020

i loved this story. it had the hallmarks of a good read. compelling and inventive.

lyrical

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Reviewed: 25-05-2020

i must listen again there is much to absorb. a little is lost in performance.

divine acceptance

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Reviewed: 13-04-2020

Cyndi Dale introduced me to another viewpoint for self through the lens of partnership with the Divine as self. This was a new view of one participating consciously with the other and therefore, is a book to remain active in my life for now. I am curious about other adventures with Cyndi Dale.

Unravelling

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Reviewed: 20-03-2020

I enjoyed the psychology of this book and the matrix of characters and their perspectives. Read well by Clare. I was alarmed with the full weight of the realisation at the end especially since i finished listening late. It was a struggle to wrestle my psyche to acknowledge the nature of the disclosure. Fiction

intuition vs intinct

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Reviewed: 14-03-2020

The book was not what i expected, and perhaps i would not have seen it through had i not been listening. i did learn some interesting facts about autism, prejudice and the benefits again of merit, this time by creating mind blindness so that the heart and ears are engaged. i did gain an insight to the self in repeated encounters and mind blindness..

poignant

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Reviewed: 08-03-2020

Clare you did yourself justice, and me, i grew. it was helpful to give "the dirge" a name. To live well in spite of inner discouragement.

Flow Deeply

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Reviewed: 20-11-2019

Enjoyed the scientific approach Rajshree took to her beloved essence of life. On the first read, yes it is a book to read or be read to more than once, i tuned into the science. The premise though is deeply spiritual. The conclusion of the most powerful revelation, was disapoointingly lost to self promotion for future online course with the author. i know its the modern way, however i feel sales detracts from the read.