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Power vs. Force Paperback – 30 Jan 2014
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One of the most interesting self-help type books I've ever read. It's packed with advice on how to stay in good physical, mental and spiritual shape. It's like a toolkit with all sorts of good advice on how to live your life. (Stephanie Beacham 2010-11-26)
A beautiful gift of writing... You spread joy, love and compassion through what you write. The fruit of these three is peace, as you know. (Mother Teresa)
About the Author
David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., is Director of the Institute for Spiritual Research, Inc. He is a widely known authority within the field of consciousness research. He writes and teaches from the unique perspective of an experienced clinician, scientist, and teacher. He has been honored worldwide with many titles. His background is detailed in Who’s Who in the World. Dr. Hawkins has lectured widely at universities including Harvard and Oxford and also to spiritual groups from Westminster Abbey and Notre Dame to Catholic, Protestant, and Buddhist monasteries. His life is devoted to the upliftment of mankind. His spiritual evolution is briefly recounted in the “About the Author” summary at the conclusion of this book.
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Sticks with you long after finishing
Picks up after first 80 pages which worth skimming through quickly. Too much on how experiments conducted and scored. But the findings and conclusions from the research are outstanding
Great book.... totally tautological though.. based on a set of presuppositions. So spot the presuppositions if you can and then rest in freedom and only take what serves you.