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message 1: by Karey (last edited Feb 04, 2008 06:59AM) (new)

Karey (kareyshane) Look on any gray title bar that says "general" or "Chapter" such and such. To the right of the title you'll see the words, "view all." Click there and it will open up all the chapter discussion threads.

By posting your topics relevant to each chapter, this should be a great way to measure at what point we all kick into gear! Let me know if you have suggestions or if there is a better way to go about this. Thank you.

message 2: by Kathrynn (new)

Kathrynn K.S.R.

This is so nice! Outstanding way you set this group up. Thank you.

message 3: by Karey (new)

Karey (kareyshane) Thanks for the feedback, Kathrynn. I was beginning to wonder if this was working for anyone!

message 4: by Lynecia (new)

Lynecia (luvnecia) I've been reading tons and tons of spiritual material in the past year and a half...THis is not touching my yet! Should I be patient and plow through it?

message 5: by Kitt (new)

Kitt | 7 comments I've had some difficulty digging through what I'm already aware of and getting to what I'm not aware of and finding new insight. I was hoping for more on the laws of attraction. The subject of the madness of humanity is a hashed, maddening awareness that is almost too hard to revisit for me emotionally. My dispair of being a part of a larger concsiousness on that level is what I need to release. Perhaps I haven't gotten to the hope chapter. The author's vision of a new earth is a chunk to digest. I think we are going to need more than awareness.

message 6: by Karey (new)

Karey (kareyshane) I picked up Marianne Williamson's book, The Gift of Change, in a grocery store while I was out of town. I decided not to bring A New Earth with me, because I needed something lighter and easier to digest. In case you read this post, Lynecia, I was surprised to discover that The Gift of Change conveys the same message, but in a much lighter, conversational style. You might find it much more enjoyable to read.

I'm going to The Gift of Change to our list of books to read at the bottom of the group page. It's almost as though Tolle repackaged Williamson's book, however, since so many of the concepts are universal, it's likely that they both had similar things to convey just a few years apart from eachother.

Leslie aka StoreyBook Reviews (hugbandit7) That is good to know about The Gift of Change. While I am working my way through this book (only on chapter 3 but nearly done!) it is hard and I really have to concentrate and focus my thoughts on this book. It is definitely not one I can speed read! but this is good, makes me slow down and pay closer attention

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