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Vagina: A New Biography by Naomi Wolf
Vagina: A New Biography by Naomi Wolf
12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
I had never heard of the 'oceanic feeling' before I read this book, but I knew, when I read it, exactly what it meant. The fact that this feeling is reported in a book that is essentially about sex, made a lightbulb turn on in my head – no wonder I had never come across it before, my vagina is the last place I would have looked for it. Naomi describes the oceanic feeling thus:

“[the woman] is in a state of a kind of perfection, in harmony with and in connection with the world……in that state of consciousness, the inner voices that say the woman is not good enough, not beautiful enough, not pleasing enough to others are stilled…..and the sense of….a universal or divine feminine can… Read more
The Metabolic Typing Diet: Customize Your Diet For&hellip by William L. Wolcott
28 of 31 people found the following review helpful
This is a fantastic book. Everything here makes TOTAL sense. I have spent 12 years of my life as a vegetarian and another 5 years following a paleo/primal diet and neither of these were right for me. I cut out gluten, ate raw dairy, ate 100% meat, ate no meat, did fruit fasts and the rest..........I fine tuned and fine tuned my diet listening to my body again and again, but still could not achieve the results I wanted.

This book has confirmed to me the idea that different people need different diets. I have always been totally confused as to why people living in Arctic regions could survive and thrive on a high meat and fat diet and people from the Indian sub-continent could… Read more
Awakening to the Dream: The Gift of Lucid Living by Leo Hartong
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
I read this book three years ago and I must say I did not understand one word of it. I then 'tried' to give it away, but never was able to get shot of it.

I have been on an intense 'spiritual' path since I first read it (with the likes of Eckharte Tolle and Adyashanti), so when I recently 'found' it on my bookshelf again, I thought I would give it another try. This time I 'understood' every word of "Awakening to the Dream", if it is at all possible for the mind to understand such writing. It may be more accurate to say that I understood how every word may lead me deeper into the Self.

So yes, in my experience, this book is totally succinct, totally laid bare, totally… Read more