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Informative...but sheesh...hope you're up on your physics!
on 1 February 2005
As the caption here says, you need to have a good understanding of physics and the abstract to fully understand and appreciate this book. DC is an excellent writer, he 'talks' to the reader. Problem is - as with any discussion - if it's outside your realm of knowledge, you might feel a bit lost. Even with reading many paragraphs twice, sometimes three times, I struggled. On the other hand, if you are scientifically inclined, or even have a wish to know more - about practically everything, but in particular how the human body works - down to receptors on cell walls..then give it a go. The only thing which really annoyed me was the 'tease' factor here. By that I mean DC mentions three techniques to healing - meditation, bliss (a form of total awareness) and primordial tones. OK, meditation I can figure out, but how on earth does one actually practice bliss and primordial therapy? That's the one point in the book where the reader is let down. Unless of course it's intended to whet the appetite and interest further reading (ergo purchases). A worthwhile read, just be prepared to work!