Cynthia Bourgeault seeks to create a "wisdom" Christ according to her own pet theories. Terms like the "egoic operating system","binary mind","energy centres","instantiation", "mythic" consciousness, and vibration, amongst others, reveal ideas not intrinsic to the Gospels but common to New Age thinking.
She wants a Christ who dispenses wisdom to us as individuals. She mentions a Tantric Christ?
However the Gospels give us a clear picture of Christ and his activities which bear little resemblance to the picture invented by Bourgeault. Christ was not some guru who dealt with individuals. In the tradition of his Jewish roots he was concerned with society as a whole. It says very explicitly in the New Testament that he inaugurated a new covenant between man (plural/community) and God. He almost always preached to crowds and groups, not on a one-to-one basis like a guru. He was not a "navel gazer" but a preacher, healer and activist. His audience were first century Jews not twenty-first century intellectuals.
Bourgeault makes much of the Gospel of Thomas with its wisdom sayings. She is completely wrong when she states that it is accepted as containing the words of Jesus. Serious biblical scholars remain unconvinced.
I have no qualms about the section on centering prayer and lectio divina. These are established Christian practices, but you can download them for free off the Internet.
All in all a great disappointment. She follows in a long line of books that cobble together a so-called new understanding of Christ which turn out to be erroneous in the extreme.