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Surprisingly good!

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5 out of 5 stars
Performance
5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 15-05-2019

Sometimes when you’ve listened too or read a lot of books on this theme it can be repetitive.
This book doesn’t have anything new in it however it was a really great listen. While I decluttered I had it playing in the background- kind of like a coach! The narration is great and very motivating and I found that I didn’t feel so alone in my purge because the narrator was giving me a glimpse into a life I was aiming for.
If this is a new topic for you- great! If this is an older topic use it to keep you focused and on task. I found the whole book compelling and a little bit addictive.

Somewhat confusing.

Overall
2 out of 5 stars
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4 out of 5 stars
Story
2 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 19-10-2018

I listened to this book and Zero Limits back to back.
Zero limits was really interesting and quite profound. However between the two books I found the messages sometimes conflicting, thus making this book less enjoyable.
This books title gives the impression of furthering the Ho’oponopono message but I felt I missed it.
All very interesting story telling and some good insights but I would be reluctant to recommend it.

I didn’t believe it would work for me.

Overall
5 out of 5 stars
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5 out of 5 stars
Story
5 out of 5 stars

Reviewed: 17-08-2018

But it actually did!
I didn’t drink socially or to excess. I drank two glasses of wine every night when cooking dinner because I was exhausted and lonely. Coming home after work and having to reluctantly cook dinner alone for tired children is sooo depressing! Wine was my friend. I eased into this window of the day better. I yelled at the kids less. I got dinner made, done and survived until the kids got to bed. That doesn’t sound too bad does it?!
My problem was that when I wanted to lose weight and look at my overall health I COULDN’T give up those two glasses. I tried with will power but I was miserable and felt deprived. I became angry that ‘my little helper’ was gone. Life just didn’t seem worth it.
So because I wasn’t a raging alcoholic. Because I didn’t drink whole bottle in a night. Because I didn’t drink to excess at parties. Because I was emotionally attached I didn’t think it would work for me.
Well it did.
The ‘magic’ of this book made the craving go away and 8weeks later I still don’t have it. And would you believe that making dinner and dealing with the kids has gotten EASIER without alcohol!!
This book broke the alcohol spell. I was then able to make clear choices about what I really wanted for me life. Yes there’s been some tough times when I’ve gone into the old thought pattern- ‘ah I really need a drink’. But because I’m no longer physically and emotionally addicted I can make the rational decision ‘alcohol won’t serve me at this time’.
If you are undecided about this book just do it. For the cost of a bottle wine I’ve been able to completely change how I see my life and feel amazing about being at the steering wheel.
Please do this for yourself as well. X

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