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I bought this workbook to go with my audible. It's thought provoking and moves you forward. It's laid out so that you can take your time in each section and go back anytime and reset your frame of mind. It also feels like a "mastermind" between you and Gary John Bishop. He's got a way of talking to you that pushes you to act and stop wishing or planning. If your stuck, read all his books and get the workbook. It's like having a big brother shaking you out of your own nonsense by figuratively slapping you upside the head! Thank you, Gary, for your no nonsense approach in guiding people out of their own heads and taking action!
There's nothing really new on this CD or in any of the Gary John Bishop's other works but the author puts it in terms for these times and there are different voices for different audiences. Gary John Bishop is an entertaining lively personality and basically he reminds us that we are responsible for ourselves and the quality of our lives. It's the same message from the Buddha and other philosophers though time that we have a choice and are responsible for the quality of our existence no matter what our circumstances are. Nothing overly deep here but deep enough so you get the message. I enjoy Bishop's talks even if I already know what he's saying. It's a reminder not to point fingers but to make the best of what you've got. He makes me laugh with recognition at some of the games we play with ourselves and others. He might come off a cheeky but it's all in fun. Eckhart Tolle brings forward the same message in a different gentler, sometimes humorous way. Alan Watts is another personality and speaker who will remind you of who you really are as well. Enjoy.
Gary gives real talk, not therapist pablum. Your life in your own hands and basic concepts that are easy to work with and accomplish. If you want or need change, he's your guy, and if you can't handle frank talk then you really need this.
I thought this was a second book to unfuck yourself but it's a workbook with writing prompts. I still tried to give it a chance because I like the author but so far I am not finding this insightful. I see where hes going with the questions but I'm having a hard time applying it personally.