The Seat of the Soul: 25th Anniversary Edition Audiobook [Free Download by Trial]

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The Seat of the Soul: 25th Anniversary Edition by Gary Zukav

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Featuring a foreword by Oprah Winfrey and a preface by Maya Angelou, the twenty-fifth anniversary edition of Gary Zukav’s #1 New York Times bestselling classic also contains a new introduction by the author and resources for deeper study.



  • This audiobook offers a blend of valuable wisdom along with the typical "law of attraction" ideas found in "new thought". However, the author tries too hard to present it as a groundbreaking "bible" or the absolute truth. Unfortunately, the "law of attraction" approach falls short as it fails to address the fundamental question of who or what is responsible for attracting and being aware of it all. A significant portion of the book, around 60 to 70%, should have focused on exploring this inquiry in depth, but it only receives a cursory mention. Aside from one or two chapters, the remaining content mainly repeats the principles of the "law of attraction" in different ways.
  • After going through three challenging years, where I experienced the loss of three beloved family members, my job, and my home, I stumbled upon The Seat of the Soul. This remarkable book not only helped me rediscover the true purpose of my existence but also brought profound meaning back into my life.
  • I can't believe I missed the fact that this book focused mainly on reincarnation. After enjoying Gary Zukav's segment on the Wisdom of Sundays with Oprah Winfrey, where she mentioned how much The Seat of the Soul resonated with her, I blindly purchased it. However, despite my admiration for their interview, I did not enjoy the book whatsoever. I found myself losing interest and zoning out multiple times as it seemed to repeat itself and drone on. Additionally, I wasn't looking for a book that delved into the topic of reincarnation. While I don't have a strong belief either way regarding reincarnation, it wasn't something I was actively seeking to explore at this particular time. I suppose if I ever feel inclined to delve into a repetitive book on the subject, I now have it in my library.