Joseph Cash

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 93% (202 of 217)
Location: London, London United Kingdom
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 11,986 - Total Helpful Votes: 202 of 217
Alchemy of the Heart: Transform Turmoil into Peace&hellip by Michael Brown
This excellent book covers ground somewhere between Eckhart Tolle's explanation of the "pain body" in 'The Power of Now', and the book 'Letting Go' by David R Hawkins about suppressed emotions and how to shine the light of awareness on them. 'Alchemy of the Heart' complements both of these books but would also work well for those not familiar with Tolle or Hawkins. The basic message is that most of the time we unconsciously repress unpleasant emotions and try to distract ourselves from ever fully feeling them. Repressed emotions govern thoughts, which in turn determine our actions and even our circumstances. Instead of feeling the reality of what we repressed (which would allow its energy… Read more
The Best Thing That Never Happened by Joey Lott
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I found this a very good read - especially the author's descriptions of how he got hooked on many extreme health and spiritual approaches before seeing through the illusion of separation. His story illustrates brilliantly the human tendency to hide from our fears and inner pain through seeking something out there, or in the future. The author is writing from the perspective of neo-advaita (which is usually too dismissive of any ideas of spiritual progress, a journey, or evolution for my liking) and he tends to say that nothing matters over and over again (which may be so at the absolute level to which he is pointing but is a long way from people's relative experience). But I found his… Read more
Oasis <a href="http://www.amazon.co.uk/Oasis-Alpines/dp/artist-redirect/B00JAXV0KM">Alpines</a><span class="byLinePipe"> | </span><span class="byLinePipe">Format:</span> MP3 Download
Oasis Alpines MP3 Download
Alpines have been releasing singles and EPs for over a couple of years now (my favourite being the spectacular song Cocoon with its equally stunning video), but with their debut album they have focused on mostly new material rather than collecting all their previous singles on it. Though this might seem like an omission to some fans (resulting in a fairly short album) it gives the album a stylistic coherence it might otherwise lack if all their singles up to now had been included. The arrangements emphasise Catherine's beautiful, soulful and sometimes almost operatic vocals with an electronic backing usually a bit sparser than on some of the earlier singles. For me the quality of the album… Read more