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The Spontaneous Healing of Belief by Gregg Braden
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Mar 24, 10

it was ok
Read in March, 2010

Gregg Braden's awkward writing style makes it very difficult to want to finish reading this book. He really needs to work on making his writing less convoluted and more concrete. He was not meant to be a writer. I think he is a good speaker, but not a writer. I understand what he means when he tries to describe an idea of theory, but he doesn't have the ability to describe such in an even remotely interesting manner. He needs a new editor.

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05/29/2009 page 89

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Avel Rudenko @ "He needs a new editor." Way to "sand-bag" Gregg altogether. You need to read these books in a new light, perhaps with a new attitude of gratitude.

Mina What does gratitude have to do with a book review? I am critiquing. Does that mean when I read a book by Anton LeVey on Satanism, that I must too feel gratitude about his ideas and ideals?

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