The Presence Process

  • by Michael Brown
  • Narrated by David Robert Ord
  • 11 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

You can dissect and analyze your issues for decades, but nothing will actually resolve them and change your life like The Presence Process.
Author Michael Brown shows us how it's possible to experience awareness of the present moment without having to take the long, challenging path most of us usually take as we attempt to live in the "now".
We all long to be free of our discomfort and experience inner peace. However, the attempt to get rid of our discomfort is misguided. We're not broken and don't need to be "healed". Our difficulty is that our deeply suppressed emotional imprints from childhood distract us from an awareness of the present moment. Until this emotional charge from our past is integrated, our attempts to quiet our thoughts and access the peace, joy, and love that are bedrock to our being are of only limited success. Since presence is universal, it has the ability to manifest in our daily experience the very circumstances required for us to integrate the dysfunction that keeps us from experiencing the radiance of present moment awareness. We are each responsible for determining the quality of our personal experience, and The Presence Process guides us in taking responsibility for our emotional integration. It's a way to consciously "grow up".

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Customer Reviews

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Not very happy

What would have made The Presence Process better?

The audio book is missing week 5 of the process, in the chapter list it plays week 4 as chapter 8, it then goes to chapter 9, which should be week 5, but it actually plays week 6, it's missing week 5.


Any additional comments?

See comments above, I'm not very happy, I've gotten to the critical part of the process and it's missing a whole week. I would like to have this situation fixed if possible.

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- J. Phillips

Great work but narrated by someone on speed 😨

A great process by Michael brown but narrated by someone who should never give it a try again. Couldn't keep on listening, not relaxing at all, he just talks the book as quickly he can without a pause to let things sink in. Made me nervous at all times so really not what's meant to be doing. Read the book instead.
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- Jay

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-25-2016
  • Publisher: Namaste Publishing Inc.