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Unfoldment: The Organic Path to Clarity, Power, and Transformation
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 31 July 2012
Those who are conscious and self-aware enough to really get something from Neil Kramer's thoughtful and readable book will in my opinion be those already on a path to a higher awareness or consciousness; those who already understand that there's a great deal more to reality and existence than is presented to us through the mainstream channels of everyday media, politics and religion. This is not your average new-agey, rainbows and unicorns book to be dipped into for a feel-good glow. There is some stark analysis here, hard questions and often no easy answers, but there are answers, within ourselves. Or indeed, self, if after all, we're all one anyway. Neil dares to ask the big questions: Who are we? Why are we here? Where are we going? Ultimately, his thoughts and theories stem from his personal journey, but there are some valuable insights and ideas here which any seeker after truth can resonate with.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
on 12 August 2012
Neil's first book, The Unfoldment, is brimming with wisdom. He has been able to deconstruct the 'unfoldment', what some may call the spiritual journey or the evolution of consciousness, into an understandable way for those searching for spiritual insights & direction. His writing may appeal to those you have tread the path for a while, offering fresh or developed insights. He doesn't sugar coat the challenges or offer easy escapes or fixes, but instead invites the reader to explore the heart and the mind in a way that is the real exploration. We are invited to explore and challenge belief systems, whether internal or external, and to trace back to original woundings in a heartfelt way. This book may make a solid companion to those seeking mindful answers and are not satisfied with new age thinking. Neil has brought together many diverse and ancient philosophical & spiritual traditions & teachings into the now and unmasks our ultimate connection with All. I am looking forward to his next book which he promises will go deeper into the esoterica. Enjoy. Namaste.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 26 March 2014
What a wonderful journey awaits us all , as soon as we turn of the noise and listen to the silence, and once again know who we really are .As within as without Brilliant !
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 6 November 2012
I found this book very easy to read, it encourages its readers to look at life with new eyes. The writer encourages his readers to go explore life and its many facets. I highly recommend it to anyone seeking to learn me about life, the universe, and themselves.
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9 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Whilst the content of this book is well written, concise and genuine seeming, it (in my humble opinion) lacks empathy. Those of us travelling on the path come from a very diverse set of experiences and I get the distinct impression the writer has had a rather easier life than most. The events he describes as having had a traumatising effect on him to me seem like minor glitches.. So many people experience such severe trauma in life that it will take enormous reservoirs of strength and will to transcend the wounds and bring about transformation. This takes time, lots of love and hence, patience. It is by necessity an intuitive process, slowly growing into our true selves and thereby deconstructing the programming that has us attract so much adversity. People choose to read these types of books because they hope to find some validation of their inner work, resonance. They also are often hoping to be inspired and gain more insight, and this is where this book lets us down. It is a series of chapters focusing on the theories of "unfoldment" the path as I call it. There is virtually no practical application that can be helpful to people. Now, I know that this journey is all about inner archeology, and is essentially a very personal experience (all roads lead to rome eventually), but we are, through our connectedness and empathy able to help each other along the way occasionally. It is through our deepest wounds and suffering that we emerge with a great deal of compassion, and empathy for ourselves and others, mirroring the infinite LOVE that is the great spirit, the writer seems not to really get that yet. Rhetoric is fine but ultimately without those gifts falls short of touching base. So, a good book in some ways, but if you are looking for information that will connect to what you already know within but have trouble remembering than look for other material.
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3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 30 June 2012
Easy to read, covers a lot of ground,Very deep and sensitive with the subject matter, great for people who have a background in this kind of read but also good for newbies which makes you want to know a lot more, Can't wait for the next one!!!
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 30 November 2012
Firstly, let me start with the good points. This is a pretty well written book, and starts off with a great introduction to the unfoldment process. At points in the book it touches on some emerging science and also ties things back to some of the major spiritual traditions.

Unfortunately there is a whole lot more I didn't expect. From a really interesting commentary on why so many people go through life without starting on the spiritual path, the book quickly falls into chapter aft chapter on the dark powers that control society, how the media manipulates reality, crop circles, the assassination of JFK, weapons of mass destruction and the David Kelly affair, all the way through to government "psych ops" and the origin of the phrase "conspiracy theory".

Now, I don't want to judge whether or not that content is valid - I'm sure some people will agree with the auhor's views and others won't - my issue is rather that I didn't expect the book to deal with this type of subject matter in such depth. The book is about 40% about the unfoldment process and 60% government control over society, which was a huge disappointment to me.

So, in summary, the part of the book that's about spiritual unfoldment is pretty good, but sadly there was plenty more that I didn't feel belonged in a book like this and I expect many readers will share this view.
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on 11 July 2012
The book came quick to Sweden and it was a great price considering the information in this book!

The book was new, very very slightly damaged but probably from the clumsey hands from the airports staff!!! But really no biggy!

Peace
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