Thursday, April 27, 2006
The Power of the Voice
Wow, it's interesting you should say that. I, too, have both read and listened to The Power of Now and the audio version seems to have more "Oomph."
I'm discovering that the audio book is my new favorite way to "read." I've just finished 14 hours of lectures from Alan Watts called "Out of Your Mind" that has been beyond fantastic. It's something I never would've gotten through in books, but the marriage of the truth (message) with spirit (passion/humanity/??) that comes from hearing him speak has been marvelous.
My name is Satish, and I am currently working on a project to understand experiences of people before and after their cataract surgery. Will you be willing to share some of your experiences with me, please? I'd love to get about 15 minutes of your time to talk about the importance of eyesight, your cataract surgery procedures and life after the surgery.
If you will be kind enough to respond to firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know what's a good time to talk, that will be much appreciated. I can also be reached on 212.804.1275
Thanks so much for taking time to read this message. I am really looking forward to discussing this topic with you.
But you know, although I'm generally more in tune with the printed word, I got an awful lot out of making listening to spirituality/religion cassettes (including Tolle) part of my "breakfast routine" for a while. Relaxing. And since you only hear a little at a time, as opposed to sitting down for an hour with a book, I think it may help with assimilating the material.
I've heard so much about this book "The Power of Now" i can't wait to check it out this weekend.
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