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The Surrender Experiment

Sprecher: Michael A. Singer
Spieldauer: 7 Std. und 46 Min.
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Michael A. Singer, author of The Untethered Soul, tells the extraordinary story of what happened when, after a deep spiritual awakening, he decided to let go of his personal preferences and simply let life call the shots. As Singer takes you on this great experiment and journey into life's perfection, the events that transpire will both challenge your deepest assumptions about life and inspire you to look at your own life in a radically different way.

Spirituality is meant to bring about harmony and peace. But the diversity of our philosophies, beliefs, concepts, and views about the soul often leads to confusion. To reconcile the noise that clouds spirituality, Michael Singer combines accounts of his own life journey to enlightenment - from his years as a hippie-loner to his success as a computer program engineer to his work in spiritual and humanitarian efforts - with lessons on how to put aside conflicting beliefs, let go of worries, and transform misdirected desires. Singer provides a road map to a new way not of living in the moment but to exist in a state of perpetual happiness.

©2015 Michael A. Singer (P)2015 Random House Audio

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blind spot

it's an interesting story with beautiful spiritual aspects. alas the author loses himself more and more in detailed descriptions of the growth of his computer business. instead he only once mentions his relationship with his daughter, when he compares his excitement at her finishing high school to his excitement when selling his medical management program to a nationally operating business partner. of course he was so much more excited in the second occasion ! surrendering to "whatever life puts before me" he never seems to notice the outstretched arms of his little daughter before him but keeps taking on job after job, assuring only that he didn't miss his meditation daily meditation sessions.
there's obviously a blind spot I what the man perceives as a request from the life forces and what not.
in a YouTube interview the author makes fun of people who as grown-ups still suffer for the loss of their mother at age five, instead of surrendering like he so successfully does.
reading his book it seems that he in all his surrendering is still chasing his dad, a successful business giant, who never took the time to build a day to day relationship with his son.