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Don't listen for answers, listen for you.

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Reviewed: 2020-06-17

Don't get caught up in dates or language as they are conceptual. Remember what you already know about what is being said and don't be afraid to let go, you can't be wrong in doing it. enjoy.

Great listen. A good survole of early England.

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Reviewed: 2020-02-14

Mr. Bryson is pleasing to the ear. Such a piece is a great reminder of the dangers of conceptual living; Victorian times.
Would and have recommended.

Approach this experience honestly, w an open mind.

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Reviewed: 2019-09-24

If you approach this experience honestly and with an open "mind", this will bring you right where you need to go.

I didn't believed what just happened at first. I thought it was a fluke, constructed in my mind if you will, but then Mr. Harding brought me right back there via scientific explication (pathway) and it worked.

In all honesty, be humble with what you find. it's difficult to process what just happened, especially if your ego is lurking.

Also, remember, you can't unlearn what you've learned. Once this pathway is open, it becomes easier and easier to revisit it. It's not easy, but so so worth it.

I ended my travels with a uncontrollable smile and relief. Enjoy!

A must read for anyone with interest in psychology

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Reviewed: 2018-11-29

Great listen. Listeners must keep in mind that this dates from the 30s. but it very interesting and insightful.

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