Craig Pruess

"Craig Pruess"
(REAL NAME)
Craig Pruess - film composer, world musician
Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (31 of 36)
Location: Stroud England
Birthday: 18 Dec
In My Own Words:
I am a film composer, multi-instrumentalist, world musician and concept walla; interested in alternative takes on world events and trends.

Interests
music, yoga, meditation, travel, art
 

Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 195,336 - Total Helpful Votes: 31 of 36
The Concise Yoga Vasistha by Swami Venkatesananda
The Concise Yoga Vasistha by Swami Venkatesananda
There are some incredible stories from the eternity of mankind here... Each one of them has the potential to shift one's thinking to the highest realms of Truth and Insight.... It is worth a seven year journey to read this and constantly reference it... it is that deep, it is that life-transforming. For instance, one short story in this text: "The Legend of Leela", is about a beautiful queen who prays to the goddess Saraswati to keep her beloved husband's soul in the palace after he dies (an impossible prayer, really, born of the limiting fear of loss of a loved one). But by the power of Leela's prayer and devotion, Saraswati unpeels the layers of existence for her to reveal another… Read more
Peace at Last: The after-Death Experiences of John&hellip by Spirit) John Lennon
This is the type of book that creates a new future for higher education: looking at and pondering the BIG questions: 1) why am I here?; 2) who am I?; and 3) what happens when I die? And to probe these questions, I really feel that it is important to bypass our cold logic and doubting intellect for a while. Why? Because deeper experiences go beyond those confines. Yet, people always want to apply scientific reasoning to this level investigation -- thus the constant merry-go-round and arguments.

Having recently delved into Eben Alexander's "Proof of Heaven", this book is an excellent companion, an elder statesman, and an inspiring glimpse into the bigger life beyond this… Read more
PEACE AT LAST: The Afterdeath experiences of John &hellip by Jason Leen
This is the type of book that creates a new future for higher education: looking at and pondering the BIG questions: 1) why am I here?; 2) who am I?; and 3) what happens when I die? And to probe these questions, I really feel that it is important to bypass our cold logic and doubting intellect for a while. Why? Because deeper experiences go beyond those confines. Yet, people always want to apply scientific reasoning to this level investigation -- thus the constant merry-go-round and arguments.

Having recently delved into Eben Alexander's "Proof of Heaven", this book is an excellent companion, an elder statesman, and an inspiring glimpse into the bigger life beyond this… Read more

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