The Seat of the Soul (Unabridged)
The anniversary edition of this beloved bestseller is celebrated in Prefaces by Oprah Winfrey and Maya Angelou and contains a new Foreword by the author, website links, and a new Study Guide to help readers find even deeper meaning and fulfillment.
The Seat of the Soul encourages you become the authority in your own life. It will change the way you see the world, interact with other people, and understand your own actions and motivations. Beginning with evolution, Gary Zukav takes you on a penetrating exploration of the new phase humanity has entered: we are evolving from a species that understands power as the ability to manipulate and control—external power—into a species that understands power as the alignment of the personality with the soul—authentic power. Our evolution requires each of us to make the values of the soul our own: harmony, cooperation, sharing, and reverence for Life. Using his scientist’s eye and philosopher’s heart, Zukav shows us how to participate fully in this evolution, enlivening our everyday activities and all of our relationships with meaning and purpose.
The Seat of the Soul has sold millions of copies around the globe, and as it changes lives, more and more people begin to live by the values of the spirit. Indeed, a new world is emerging, and this book brings its message to you.
LOVE! LOVE! LOVE!
Life changing, transformational, I now own my life. Such an honor to have studied under Gary during his Journey to the Soul and follow on MasterClass. It changed me to be a better version of me.
Thanks for the audiobook!
You may like or dislike the content of this book—personally I think it’s too repetitive and didactic with cumbersome vocabulary, maybe trying to appear academic—but even if you’re totally into it I’m afraid the robotic style of his reading will make it difficult to listen. I just can’t anymore. There is no natural rhythm at all, it’s like listening to bad AI. He over-pronounces things and reads in a staccato that finally I just had to turn off. It’s too bad because I think there are some good insights in there buried under the over-explanations.