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Handling Fear: Talks on Spirituality and Modern Life Audio, Cassette – Audiobook, February, 1999

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MARIANNE WILLIAMSON is an internationally acclaimed spiritual teacher. Among her ten published books, four of them--including "A Return to Love" were #1 "New York Times" bestsellers. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
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Product Details

  • Audio Cassette: 4 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House Audio Books (February 1999)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561705837
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561705832
  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 4.4 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.4 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,336,149 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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These audio tapes can bring about the healing of emotional fears in every aspect of life. Marianne touches on the ego and how it interferes with what our God center(universal unconsciousness) is trying to teach us through our trials of everyday existence. She teaches that by understanding the ego and how it is interrupting our growth, we can put it out of our path and concentrate on our spiritual growth and be thankful for the fears and what we percieve as major pains and problems in our lives and relationships, and grow from them. These audio tapes have been an important healing in my life over the past year and I thank Marianne Williamson for creating these.
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By A Customer on June 19, 2002
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I have listened to and own several of Marianne Williamson's tapes. This set of four is definitly not her best. On this set she tackles several issues/philosophies but clarifies few. Many of her tapes in the past have been extremely enlightening and helpful and I have enjoyed and shared them with others, but I just can not recommend this set. I know that negative reviews are frowned on by the number of people who say "not helpful" but I hope anyone interested in this set will at least know that they have been warned. After listening to some of the sides on this set I could not honestly tell you what point she was trying to make. As is often done by speakers, she would use examples from her life to illustrate a point, but it became so much that one almost felt she was trying to do self therapy in front of a group. It many places it truly did not fit and often strayed from whatever the point I think was supposed to be. It became distracting and annoying at many instances within the lectures. After hearing some of the tapes I would have to ask myself "What did she just try to say?" (I have a masters degree in psychology so should at least be able to follow somewhat where she is going). To be honest, at times it felt like these were just thrown together to get another tape on the market. After one gets past the first side of tape one, there is very little substance, very little depth, very little of anything that would add to what she has eloquently developed in previous tape series. This truly is a disappointment. She has much better work on the market. I would bet the entire four tape series could be condensed to fifteen minutes without losing any of the pertinate content.
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Opening up playing "big" in the world instead of playing "small" and understanding it is our God given right to do so can push a person out of their comfort zone. But the end results can be rewarding. Marianne's no nonsense approach mixed with humor makes a wonderful teaching technique. Well worth the time to listen and it's easy to pop one in while driving long distances.
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Perhaps I have listened too many of her tapes, but I did not get much from it. It was supposed to be about fear, but it did little explain how to handle our everyday fear. The big thing on this one related to the fear of a earthquake. Now how is that going to help someone in Iowa? This one is a hodge-podge things that are not connected in any way. I am definitely taking a break from her although her thoughts and approach to life is valid. However, if I have to hear "let us see a little golden ball..." I think I will go nuts.
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this was my first audio of Mariannes'. i had read "a woman's worth" many years back and really enjoyed it, so when i saw this at a book store, i quickly snatched it up and i am glad i did.
i must agree with other reviewers however and say it is a bit disorganized in terms of sticking with the "handling fear" theme that i had expected when i bought it. with that out of the way i can attest that the messages in the material are really valuable, at least to me. i further appreciated that while the audio quality itself is not the best- it is a live recording and her deliverance of the material is passionate and engaging. i have listened to all of the discs several times as it is a lot to absorb- my ego gets overwhelmed easily:) i am online today ordering another set of hers... power to change.
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By Omni on March 14, 2003
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Marrianne Williamson's work is both real and honest. Rather than couch things in a concepts that are alien or extremely religious, she talks to you about the realities of existing. Of how things will not always be easy, about how you will lose your way, and honestly how to see people clearly. Growth is messy, it's not neat, maturity is not easy, nor is spirtiuality delicate work, but with assistance from a tape like this you can see yourself clearly and how to bridge yourself from concept to human to spiritual being.
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