It seems this sort of thing has been done forever and I don't think this book adds much.
I loved it-- enjoyed the journey, learned things about myself and how to integrate various aspects of my personality for better relationships and a happier life.
You can also tell in listening to this CD that the more you work the Big Mind process into your thinking, the more life changing ah-ha's you will have.
I have serious doubts about the message comng from this book ...
No one can make fast enlightment using Big Mind or Big Heart or anything like that...
It has so many good staff. Actually it combines Zen teaching with psychological old school as well. Basically suggest that in order to work properly we should listen or talk... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Sganarelle
I bought this because of Ken Wilbur's enthusiastic foreword. I do think the Gestalt kind of speaking with your "selves" is viable but it doesn't get deep enough for me. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Penelope Barrett
This book is amazing. It takes the reader through
the process of peeling away the layers of ego-selves
to find the true self we really are. Read more
I found this book extremely enlightening and it has helped me to move forward in an area of my life in which I was stuck.Published 19 months ago by jennifer connell
Genpo leads us through ego to essence in a very human, gentle approach. I did the workshop based on this book and was in love with his gentle way of helping me to see into my own... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book's dialog was strange at first but after I got used to it I could see the value in it. All and all it is a very solid book especially for a beginning meditator.Published 20 months ago by J. Letera
Genpo Merzel really knows his stuff go ahead and read it if you have any interest in your higher spiritual self/ selvesPublished on March 18, 2013 by Christine Lee
Awesome book to gather your thoughts and feelings, mesh them and learn to make sense of both. Two thumbs up!Published on March 8, 2013 by mike baier