I have just finished my first run through of the whole disc and I have really loved it. Whereas some people have said (and Abraham 'warned') that they may find the breathing too slow to get into at first, I actually found the inbreath a little faster than I'm used to in deep breathing meditations. But I have well and truly settled into it now and it feels wonderful! I can't wait to keep using it day after day and seeing more and more lovely results :-) I really like the gentle, unobtrusive music, it has a delicate tone to it and is slightly reminiscent of a pretty little music box but I really don't find it overpowering or distracting at all. The "singing/breathing" voice sounds are the perfect way to help me to keep my breathing in check and make that the primary focus of my 15 minutes. The simple little reminders from Abraham to "breathe in.... breathe out" every now and then are just enough of a prompt I think without being distracting. I'm loking forward to really easing into the breathing so confidently that I can start to put more and more of my focus on the words that Esther speaks. The times when my focus is on the words strongly enough, I buzz with the potential of the truth she's speaking!
Just lovely. I also love the book "Ask and it is Given" - I think they compliment each other wonderfully :-)