Positive Energy

  • by Judith Orloff
  • Narrated by Anna Fields
  • 12 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Are you forever rushing around, fending off chronic exhaustion? Are you desperately overcommitted, afraid to say no? Does the onslaught of violence in the news leave you drained? If so, you're the victim of a hidden energy crisis. To resolve it you need more than traditional solutions such as eating well, getting a good night's sleep, and exercising. Here at last is the complete prescription to stop you from feeling constantly drained and enables you to live a more vibrant life: the Positive Energy Program created by Judith Orloff, M.D.Dr. Orloff is the pioneer behind Energy Psychiatry, a new field that addresses the subtle energetic components of health and behavior. Positive Energy shows you how to slow down time to match your normal rhythms, allowing you to be fully present for your life. Filled with Dr. Orloff's warmth, humor, and compassion, Positive Energy is your tool kit for transforming fatigue, stress, and fear into an abundance of vibrance, strength, and love.


What the Critics Say

"Orloff delivers her revivification techniques in thoughtful, accessible prose that some may find an energy builder in itself." (Publishers Weekly)


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Customer Reviews

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Poor read

I saw a lecture by Dr. Orloff, and would have enjoyed this book much more if it had a different reader. The reader sounds so aggressive reading, which is so unlike Dr. Orloff's speech. The reader's voice is much more suited to reading mystery books. I would suggest a paper copy of the book, because the information is very good.
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- Colleen

Excellent Content

I love the message this book put forth, but I was not happy with the reader's presentation of the message. IMHO she somehow managed to make the author seem pompous and arrogant. I've listened to other audio books read by this particular reader (novels) and have enjoyed them tremendously, but this one just didn't come across well for me. In a non-fiction audio book I think it's important to have a reader take on the persona of an author more so than in a fiction book; after all, it's the author's voice that needs to come across and not a fictional character. As I listened to this book I kept having to remind myself that it was not being read by the author. PS -- I just ended up ordering a paper copy of the book because I really liked it and wanted my husband to read it. I knew that if he tried to listen to it, he wouldn't be able to get past the reader's interpretation.
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- Karin

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-07-2004
  • Publisher: Books on Tape