Parallel Universes of Self

  • by Frederick E. Dodson
  • Narrated by Thomas Miller
  • 14 hrs and 25 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The purpose of this book is to bring the "Parallel Worlds Theory" as known to physics and science fiction into application in your personal reality and everyday life. You can "create" your reality by becoming the parallel-world version of yourself for whom the experience you want is already real.

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Customer Reviews

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Quite possibly the best of its kind

Would you listen to Parallel Universes of Self again? Why?

Yes - you can't find this information anywhere else - it's line after line of invaluable (and often humorous) wisdom.


Who was your favorite character and why?

NA


Which scene was your favorite?

NA


Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

NO! The information is so dense and provocative that you will want to take it in slowly. This is NOT light entertainment or superficial 'feel good" material.


Any additional comments?

I've been reading self help/personal development/spiritual books for over twenty years - Wayne Dyer - Deepak - Tony Robbins - Abraham Hicks - Pema Chodron, etc... I'm a bit of a junkie, so I feel more than qualified to say that while I love all the aforementioned authors, no one comes close to the profound, liberating and highly actionable messages in this book. And finally, Thomas Miller does a great job with narration. You couldn't ask for more.

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- K. Maloo

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Any additional comments?

Have to agree with K. Maloo, this is the best book on this subject I've come across. The meditations are amazing and I wish there was a workbook that came with it so I could go back and reference the meditations.

I will probably go back and buy the book itself so I can reference the meditations, as many of them are highly effective techniques I've used in the past -- before I have ever heard of the whole Reality Creation craze.

One funny story, there is a section where he talks about not getting mad at your GPS. Well I was literally just scolding my GPS in the car 1 second before that part came on lol. Out of all the books I have listened to on this subject, this one seems to be the most practical and grounded.

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- Ted Striker

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-28-2014
  • Publisher: Frederick Dodson