Freedom Man

Helpful votes received on reviews: 88% (15 of 17)
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Top Reviewer Ranking: 4,271,383 - Total Helpful Votes: 15 of 17
Cosmic Memory: The Story of Atlantis, Lemuria and &hellip by Rudolf Steiner
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Clearly written and soberly described, in this book Steiner expresses much that he has learned via his seeing abilities.

It may well rock the foundations of everything you have every believed about the origins of mankind.

If you are willing to put prejudice to one side, then you are in for a fascinating journey.
Munchhausen's Pigtail: Or Psychotherapy and "Reali&hellip by Watzlawick
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Paul Watzlawick does it again in this book, which I reckon is his best, in terms of coverage, and the spirit of the writing. He clearly has a handle of perception and reality, and it's impact on the medical professions, therapeutic approaches and pretty much everything else.

On most pages, you can find gems that jolt your view. It is stunning.

It is also full of examples from a range of fields showing how an interactional approach, working with the relationships, can positively effect the outcomes for people.

This can also be seen as a great book about personal change - in that it makes you think again, in terms of how you see yourself, and others.
Unknowable Gurdjieff: G.I. Gurdjieff by Margaret Anderson
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This is not just a book about Gurdjieff. It is for anyone who wants a warts-and-all, honest and forthright, look at what it is to be on the journey to who-you-really-are.
This book charts the experiences of Margaret and her friends as they question, and delve, and face the difficulties of unpacking their conditioning, their idea of who-they-are.
For me, a fascinating, and sometimes raw, account. A book of depth and integrity for a change.