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1.0 out of 5 stars Hocus Pocus, 4 July 2004
This review is from: Cultivating Stillness: Taoist Manual for Transforming Body and Mind (Paperback)
This is the kind of hippy hogwash that does nothing other than foster the atmosphere of credulity that allows astrologers to make a mint out of waterheads. Avoid.
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Initial post: 16 Sep 2009 01:36:35 BDT
Lark says:
You what? Did you read the book or is this just a general exercising of your prejudices? Transforming body and mind through cultivated stillness doesnt sound like its got anything to do with superstition, it sounds like a lot of contemporary psychological break throughs actually but anyway.

In reply to an earlier post on 9 Feb 2010 13:04:37 GMT
Prokopton says:
Don't bother Lark.

Posted on 5 Feb 2012 16:52:33 GMT
Eth Frankort says:
Why do you even review this book if it's subject is of no interest or importance to you? Just don't then, don't bother, or write a good critical review, with arguments that support your opinion...

Posted on 5 Feb 2012 16:53:35 GMT
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Posted on 2 Mar 2016 06:08:27 GMT
Randy says:
Don't criticise what you don't understand. Your comment only points to your own ignorance and serves no-one.
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