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In Frequency, Penney Peirce shows you how to feel your personal vibration and work intentionally with energy to transform your life. Rather than being carried by external, conflicting energies, you can still your mind and become aware of who you are - your natural frequency - and what you truly want to create. By fully understanding the role that energy plays, you can harness the real power behind the laws of the universe and reap the benefits of the life you're built for.
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By CB on 11-09-12
Would you listen to Frequency again? Why?
The book touched on so many "Truths" and is filled with anecdotes with which I can relate. Will listen again to see what other good points were missed.
What other book might you compare Frequency to and why?
While this book is written from a different point of view, the "Truths" contained therein touched on areas many many other books did including those by Michael Beckwith, Eckart Tolle and Rhonda Byrne.
What about Laural Merlington’s performance did you like?
The performance was slow enough to get all of the points even at 1 1/2 speed.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?
Consciousness: Inside and Out
Any additional comments?
Wonderful book. Highly recommended!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Ron on 10-06-13
Just tell your story
The subject is great. I love this higher level understanding of spirit and ego. Unfortunately the delivery was painful. I couldn't get past the never ending series of examples. For every new word spoken there were 3 to10 examples of that word. She must have been a preschool teacher, probably a very good one. But the subject is for those with expanded consciousness and broader comprehension of mind and spirit. Yet Penny the author, causes you to speed up and slow down the whole way through. Me and my wife began laughing after a while. Also frustrating were these compilations of well thought out phrases, placing together a series of words in an attempt to sound articulate yet coming across choppy, distorting the rhythm and the flow of what I think could have been a very interesting subject.
Classic example of a writer getting in her own way.
20 of 22 people found this review helpful