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The Journey Toward Authentic Power
Thoughts from the Seat of the Soul is a beautiful collection of carefully chosen excerpts from Gary Zukav's celebrated bestseller The Seat of the Soul. Slip this lovely little book into your purse or bag and take it with you wherever you go. Turn the pages as you are drawn -- you can be inspired every day or once an hour, or you can medit
ebook, 288 pages
Published June 19th 2007 by Touchstone (first published June 1st 2002)
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So he went to Harvard. Big F'in deal. So he doesn't have a tv and was purported to not know who Oprah was before she came knocking. Does that qualify him as exotic? This is one of the stupidest books I've ever read. I saw him on a talk show saying the abused children choose to be abused before they're born. What a crock of shit! The talk show host said that was interesting and moved on. I wrote to the talk show host complaining and as a consequence, got invited to the show to "ask my question." ...more
I worked hard to like this, but the "meditations" were a strange blend of obvious and unclear, mystical and so commonplace as to be almost meaningless. Each of the 288 pages has a short saying, and they're meant to be read a day at a time. But I could never keep at it when I tried that way, so I finally just read it all at once.

Doing so, I found that there are things Zukav assumes his readers know but doesn't explain here (perhaps he does so in the larger book that these are excerpts from). The
Lisa Lueken
This is a daily thought book, it can be set at your desk and changed each day to help continue reminding you of things you have read, motivational, inspirational or thought provoking thoughts.
Wow, what did I learn? Oh, the same old stuff: Meditation is important - no, imperative. Creative Visualization is the key. We do have the tools we need. Now is the time. Etc.
Have had this book on my desk for years as a little umph for your day to keep you in a good place.
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Gary Zukav is the author of The Dancing Wu Li Masters, winner of The American Book Award for Science; Soul Stories, a New York Times bestseller; and The Seat of the Soul, a New York Times, USA Today, Los Angeles Times, and Publishers Weekly #1 bestseller. His books have sold millions of copies and are published in sixteen languages. He is a graduate of Harvard and a former U.S. Army Special Forces ...more
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