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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful ideas, if a little wordy!
This is one of Gregg Braden's early books - he is better known these days for his books The Divine Matrix and Deep Truth. But this book covers early ideas of his (well, not just his, but he expands on ideas of others, while discussing his own background). Much of the book is taken up with his discussion of the Seven Essene Mirrors of Relationships, which are a way of...
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I've not read it yet so cannot comment on contents. It took longer than the other books though and was obviously tatty. I can't remember if I asked to 2nd hand or not but the other 3 books came really quickly and in as new condition so the difference was noticeable.
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I've not read it yet so cannot comment on contents. It took longer than the other books though and was obviously tatty. I can't remember if I asked to 2nd hand or not but the other 3 books came really quickly and in as new condition so the difference was noticeable.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wonderful ideas, if a little wordy!, 26 April 2013
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This is one of Gregg Braden's early books - he is better known these days for his books The Divine Matrix and Deep Truth. But this book covers early ideas of his (well, not just his, but he expands on ideas of others, while discussing his own background). Much of the book is taken up with his discussion of the Seven Essene Mirrors of Relationships, which are a way of working out what is happening in our interpersonal relationships, and how we can develop ourselves. The Essenes were a group of mystics around at the time of Jesus.

Gregg's writing style is flowery at times, but the book is really worth sticking with, as the ideas are deep. There are videos on YouTube of a live presentation of the material from this book, from the early 1990's, which is well worth watching (but try to ignore the hairstyles, which are not good!)
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