Reviews on Amazon Kindle:
By Stephen Armstrong
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to see a movie or a stage play about your life? Not just to watch your life go by again, but to see how other characters and situations have influenced you and how your choices have opened doors that brought you to where you are now? This book will give you a director’s eye view of how you relate to your life and others in it. It allows you to step out of yourself temporarily and see the many layers of yourself from all angles, and to see how you and your experiences fit together to write the story we call This Life. It will inspire you to let go a little more and enjoy who you are. You have become writer, director, actor, and audience.
By Frank M Walton
What a revelation. Dr. Lindal and I share a mutual friend, who shared this book with me. Admittedly the cover and title did not jump out at me as the kind of book I would typically be drawn to (spiritual, usually Buddhist or Eastern thought). After it sat for a couple of months on my nightstand, my friend returned to town and I thought I’d best at least skim through it so I could return it. It was a slow start for me, but I was in for the shock of my life when I soon started to realize I couldn’t merely skim the material. I needed to highlight, revisit, absorb. And often pick myself off the floor. In a nutshell, this is a handbook for life. I wish I had this text 30 years ago. It certainly would have saved me so much time in understanding why we’re here. If you’ve ever pondered the mystery of life, you owe it to yourself to at least explore the journey presented here. Possibly the single most important work on spirituality I’ve ever read.