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The great Austrian scientist Nikola Tesla is a household name among today's scientific community, known for his finding that all matter has vibrational energy, or electrical frequency, and that we are all electrical beings made up of rapidly vibrating cells.
Most of us are vaguely familiar with this concept, but we don't realize the powerful implications this has for our choices every day - which foods to eat, how much water to drink, what we think about when we're in the car or the shower, what our risk of disease is, and how we feel at any given moment are all affected by the power of vibration.
Everything in health and wellness should revolve around the basic concept that what we choose to eat and what we choose to do lowers or raises our vibration. And that makes all the difference.
Vibe explores the foods, natural substances, and lifestyle practices that can raise our vibrations. Robyn Openshaw reveals evidence that shows how drinking green juice, using certain essential oils, and engaging in yoga and meditation raises the frequency of the human brain and other organs. Living in a "high vibe" state can make us resilient to illness, fatigue, burnout, and depression. Listeners will learn all about the low vibration emotions (fear, anger, inertia) and the high vibration emotions (love, peace, gratitude) and how to achieve higher vibrations in everyday living. Openshaw explores how the smallest changes in our life - from what we eat to how we think - can radically improve our mood, overall health, and quality of life.
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By Angus on 11-09-17
A collection of hacks sprinkled with pseudoscience
First let me say I have a physics degree, it's 25 years old, but even so I understand the difference between a sound wave and a light wave, the author constantly gets basic things like this wrong and it wreaked the whole book for me. It is a nice collection of life hacks, a summary of whats out there and reads like an add for her web site. I really wanted to like this book, I have always thought science would one day catch up with mysticism, and in many ways it has but this isn't the book to show case those advances. If she had just described the practices and their benefits I probably would have given it a better rating. The constant repeating of the same Einstein and Tesla quotes and the going on about vibrations was a little much.
7 of 7 people found this review helpful
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By Freya on 04-18-18
I Wanted Robyns Voice.
Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?
Yes and no, I have had trouble staying focused due to the bad naration.
What other book might you compare Vibe to, and why?
This isnt relavante to my review.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
I was expecting the Authors voice, female not male. Made it hard to relate the story to the Author
Could you see Vibe being made into a movie or a TV series? Who would the stars be?
Yes a documentry but only if Robyn hosted or featured. She knows her stuff.
Any additional comments?
A book written by a woman should be narrated by a woman in my humble opinion. I kept tuning out because the narrator was so bland and unrelatable. Very dry Narration.