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Consciousness Archaeology

by Maximus Freeman

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I won this in a GOODREADS givaway ---- A short & sassy self-help book. Toss it in your backpack for that needed "instant" inspiration on the go. (yes, some satire included.) Remember to rinse & repeat as needed.
  tenamouse67 | Jan 6, 2018 |
This is more like a self-help journal than a book. However, I understand that it was written for someone who is really into yoga and that lifestyle. Namaste. ( )
  kerryp | Nov 30, 2017 |
I received this book for free via Goodreads First Reads.

Incredibly quick read (could take maybe an hour total time, depending on distractions). It's simplistic and a regurgitating of many self-help books - this isn't a negative; just the impression.

It's very akin to the New Age "self-help" books out there, in that "feel good about yourself and good will happen" "believe in Karma" "be forgiving of yourself", etc. All sound advice.... but practically all things everyone knows deep down, and sadly the only people who will be buying books like this (self-help books) are the people who already know it but want to see it in confirmation in writing; the rest of us just know it and fight it or go along with it. Overall it will help those who need it but it will be only those who buy it. ( )
  XXXXX2 | Aug 7, 2015 |
I received this book for free via Goodreads First Reads.

Incredibly quick read (could take maybe an hour total time, depending on distractions). It's simplistic and a regurgitating of many self-help books - this isn't a negative; just the impression.

It's very akin to the New Age "self-help" books out there, in that "feel good about yourself and good will happen" "believe in Karma" "be forgiving of yourself", etc. All sound advice.... but practically all things everyone knows deep down, and sadly the only people who will be buying books like this (self-help books) are the people who already know it but want to see it in confirmation in writing; the rest of us just know it and fight it or go along with it. Overall it will help those who need it but it will be only those who buy it. ( )
  BenjaminDKline | Aug 7, 2015 |
I received this book for free via Goodreads First Reads.

Incredibly quick read (could take maybe an hour total time, depending on distractions). It's simplistic and a regurgitating of many self-help books - this isn't a negative; just the impression.

It's very akin to the New Age "self-help" books out there, in that "feel good about yourself and good will happen" "believe in Karma" "be forgiving of yourself", etc. All sound advice.... but practically all things everyone knows deep down, and sadly the only people who will be buying books like this (self-help books) are the people who already know it but want to see it in confirmation in writing; the rest of us just know it and fight it or go along with it. Overall it will help those who need it but it will be only those who buy it. ( )
  BenKline | Jul 30, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 150432529X, Paperback)

Consciousness Archaeology vividly chronicles Freeman's relentless, twenty-year exploration of the ebbs and flows of life from the dark night of the Soul to the radiant light of Presence. His use of intimate, personal stories provides a raw, unfiltered view of human nature in its most vulnerable state.

Freeman shares his unique perspective on many ancient truths and introduces several insightful theories of his own while injecting just a hint of humor. Most importantly though, he provides simple, practical exercises which allow the reader to experience profound, life-long benefits. Are you ready to dig deep?

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