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    Letting Go describes a simple and effective means by which to let go of the obstacles to enlightenment and become free of negativity. During the many decades of the author's clinical psychiatric practice, the primary aim was to seek the most effective ways to relieve human suffering in all of its many forms. The inner mechanism of surrender was found to be of great practical benefit and is described in this book. 

    Dr. Hawkins' previous books focused on advanced states of awareness and enlightenment. Over the years thousands of students had asked for a practical technique by which to remove the inner blocks to happiness, love, joy, success, health, and, ultimately, enlightenment. This audiobook provides a mechanism for letting go of those blocks. 

    The mechanism of surrender that Dr. Hawkins describes can be done in the midst of everyday life. This audiobook is equally useful for all dimensions of human life: physical health, creativity, financial success, emotional healing, vocational fulfillment, relationships, sexuality, and spiritual growth. 

    It is an invaluable resource for all professionals who work in the areas of mental health, psychology, medicine, self-help, addiction recovery, and spiritual development. 

    PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

    ©2012 David Hawkins (P)2015 Hay House

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    • Global
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    life changing book. so glad to have chosen it. <3

    fantastic audible book. I loved power vs force but letting go is just perfect. especially with all going on right now. if we all took the some and energy to learn and apply these concepts we would be living in a perfect new world in no time. thank you Hawkins.

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    • Rich
    • 23/10/2015

    Severely Flawed

    The premise of this book--letting go of negative feelings--is a good--if not excellent--premise. The first chapter's hook is thorough and humorous. Lownds is a fine narrator. The execution of this book, however, is a step short of complete failure.

    Hawkins' rhetoric on the benefits of "this technique" (as he frequently refers to the act of "letting go") is pleasant--if not healthy and beneficial listening. But when he dives into his scientific proofs of these benefits, he sounds like a complete fool. There is no quality science or evidence to be had in any page of this book.

    There are good takeaways from this title, but for a wholly more satisfying read on this topic, turn to Michael Singer's "The Untethered Soul." Don't waste your credit here.

    My key takeaways from "Letting Go:"
    - The hierarchy of negative emotions: apathy, guilt, fear, anger. Courage is the breakthrough to the positive side of the spectrum.
    - Guilt steals our past and present. Fear steals our present and future.
    - The three states of consciousness: inert, excited, peaceful.
    - The ego can be credited as the source of all sadness.

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    • JM FItts
    • 26/05/2020

    Uggh

    I wish the reviewers of this book would have mentioned this guy claims people can see auras and that a daughters asthma was caused by her being angry at her mothers asthma. Ever hear of genetics Doctor? And he mentions Jesus enough times to question his true motives.
    Once again- UGGHHH

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    • Tom A.
    • 15/02/2016

    Lots of talk / No action

    The book is about letting go. The author goes and and on, chapter after chapter, about how great it is to "let go". However, he never gives you any techniques or directly applicable advice on how to actually "let go". Very disappointing. Returning the book. Just trying to help other potential listeners from a wasted credit.

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    • ScottishLass
    • 22/07/2015

    Read it, practice it... and change your life

    We all know the truth that if we are dissatisfied with our lives, nothing will change until we change. But how to genuinely do that beyond just the words or the intentions? This author speaks from his own, as well as his patients, experience to share a simple process that brings more freedom, joy, and love into our lives. Just try it with 100% daily focus for 2 weeks and you WILL see an improvement.

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    • Kobit W Beaver
    • 29/07/2015

    A must have missing Instruction Manual on being human

    What did you love best about Letting Go?

    That you could validate the information for yourself, instantly, was a very rare gift.

    What other book might you compare Letting Go to and why?

    Many books on matters of the human mind, experience, or spirit, and or matters of spirituality, use esoteric sounding language and teachings of the ancients to fluff-up what is being presented--it all sounds very impressive--which the reader is then largely expected to take on faith. Not so with Hawkins' work; He tells it like it is, and shows the reader exactly how we may experience the truth of this work for ourselves, right now, as we read. I have nothing to compare Letting Go to because I don't know of other books like this. It is a unique writing.

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    Absolutely Wonderful! A true gift to the world. Dr. Hawkins set out to help alleviate human suffering--no easy task--and his work Letting Go is a must have manual for anyone with a human life. Suffering comes about as a consequence of simple misunderstandings, about ourselves, and others. Thank you Dr. Hawkins for all your work.

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    • CHET YARBROUGH
    • 24/08/2018

    COSMIC MIND

    David R. Hawkins died in 2012. He was 85 years old. Hawkins lived life. like all human beings, in transition. At turns, Hawkins transitioned from agnosticism to atheism to belief in God. This progression seems correlated with education and experience but ends in philosophical belief. In each transition, Hawkins uses his intellect to form a philosophy that has appeal to many in search of life’s meaning. At times, Hawkins seems beyond reason but each step he takes offers insight to how one may live a more fulfilling life. Hawkins might be broadly characterized as a mystic. Even so, he was a formally educated, practicing physician, and psychiatrist.

    To escape the trap of Plato’s cave, Hawkins explains one must use their senses to accept the mind’s perception of reality and continually let it go until its negative power disappears. An example would be one who gets angry over some event or action and accepts the anger; looks at it, accepts it, uses the mind to understand why there is anger, where it is coming from, and then letting it go. In the process, one finds anger has no meaning other than what one’s mind gave it.

    With continual use of this process, Hawkins believes individual minds tap into a cosmic mind that shows the world as it really is; not simply as shadows on a cave wall. There is wisdom in Hawkins’ perception of life and how one can more constructively deal with its vicissitudes. “Letting Go” is wise counsel for those troubled by emotional and/or physical trauma. However, the principle of a cosmic mind takes a leap of faith.

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    • dennis
    • 05/02/2016

    Very poor.

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    I wanted to like this book so much and thought it would be really good and it wasn't. It's a reasonable primer for psychology students in that you do learn some new good information but the KEY issue is "letting go" and that's what he never, ever gets into as to how to do that.
    Chapter 2 is a rough idea, but no examples or imaginary scripts of the inner dialogue that needs to be exchanged to help us learn how to "Let go" of basic feelings.
    First of all you need to be in therapy just to know what your biggest problem is in order to know who you are and what to be alert for, and most of are not as helping people by doctors today is a multi billion dollar business few of us can afford while most people never do get better no matter how much they spend.
    THE CRUX of the book should be how to implement "letting go" ,and yet that's the least of the priorities discussed, so I didn't like the book at all and I listened to it twice just to make sure I didn't miss something.

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    • Jo Mom
    • 01/10/2015

    Where was the method?

    I listened to the entire book and never heard the method for letting go! Where was it?

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    • Rich S.
    • 28/02/2016

    His Last Word Is A Masterpiece

    Completed in the last year of Dr. David Hawkins life, this book is a masterpiece summation of his teachings. Written in easy to understand language, well read by Peter Lownds, "Letting Go" guides you through steps to free yourself from feelings and emotions that are blocking you from true happiness. This is the best book of its type that I have ever read.

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    • Elim.Garak
    • 29/02/2016

    The Book of No-Value-At-All

    What would have made Letting Go better?

    If it was never published! VERY Disappointed in Hay House. I thought they had more integrity that publishing this junk.

    Has Letting Go turned you off from other books in this genre?

    I have ready hundreds of books on Zen, Meditation, Personal Growth, and other such categories. This book is full of nothing but filler words, examples of people that overcame this or that, but with no discussion of how or what they did.Intro: The book starts off talking about how great Hawkins is, and all his wonderful books. After about 45 minutes of this nonsense, I thought "What is that about"There are chapters on various emotions. Let me show you the content of the worthless mess. Example - "When you feel happy, you feel good, at peace, at ease, you have a feeling of being at one with the world, feeling good, you feel like saying hi to people, you feel wonderful. When you feel happy, you are in the good place, everything is good in the world. That leads to you have a better outlook, you feel positive, good about the day, you feel great, happy, pleased...... "ON AND ON AND ON CHAPTER AFTER CHAPTER.Then Examples like this "There was a man that was fearful about losing his job. When he finally lost his job, and got a new job, he found he was better able to handle the fear better" -- OKAY, AND... ?Many examples that the above.

    What aspect of Peter Lownds, PhD’s performance would you have changed?

    The narrator had a pleasant voice, too bad it was wasted on this junk.

    What character would you cut from Letting Go?

    The ENTIRE BOOK

    Any additional comments?

    TAKE THIS OFF Audible.

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    • Amazon Kunde
    • 12/08/2019

    A Festival of Buzzwords and Bulls***

    I study psychology and bought this book because I'm interested in different forms of therapy.

    First the Positive: These "ideas" could undoubtably carry a great placebo effect for some people and if it helps those, that's great. Also, the narrator's voice is very calm and soothing and great for listening while falling asleep, so there is that. If you believe the author, reading this will make you healthy and successful, make you grow hair only in places you want to and make lego actively avoid your foot. You'll never have diarrhea again, my friend. Grab your brightly vibrating aura and soar towards the sun!

    But honestly, as someone who is empirically educated, I found this book so awful that I'm embarassed to have it show up in my library now. My sense of fairness made me listen to it even after the preface claimed that, after reading this book, there would be "less and less dependence on intellectualism and greater use of intuitive knowingness." The preface didn't' lie. There is no science in sight and you need to leave critical thinking at the door if you want to get anything more than comedic value out of this. In his defense, Hawkins openly says so and truly believes all of these ramblings.

    Conclusion: A waste of time and money; I could have bought a bunch of cabbage instead.

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    • patricia
    • 26/04/2018

    A must read. One of the best books

    A must read book for every one. Everything he shares is so true I can’t stress enough. He said while reading the book you would start to feel better lighter a different person. Also true. I just finished listening and now I am listening again. And thankfully it was read by a voiceover artist with a great voice and narrative skills!!! Call out: Dr Hawkins I love you but please don’t narrate your books! Hehehe

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    • B. Kroener
    • 04/03/2016

    A great way to go, well worth listening

    This is mind opening and it all makes complete sense; his great advice is helping me being more aware, being well conscioud when confronted with any negativity that surrounds us every day, and surrender it, instantly. Everybody should listen to him!

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    • FV
    • 19/03/2019

    Not what I expected.

    Talks much about spirituality, miracles and super powers. However I agree that it's important for ones life, accept ourselves and learn how to let go. Unfortunately I couldn't understand in the end how to do that nor what does that mean. "You feel sad, you just have to surrender and let go"...ok...but how? what does surrender mean? And how do we let go?

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    • Hannes Grebin
    • 11/04/2018

    Best book I've read in a time - changes my life

    This is some major key I was looking for. Not doing cognitive work and refraiming but getting to the core of my feelings. Doing this 24/7 in almost all activities. Thank you!

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    • freewill
    • 31/12/2017

    A groundbreaking book

    I literally recommend the book to anyome I know struggling on different stages of life. The thing is that one needs to be ready for that kind of knowledge, in order to accept it. Otherwise it is easy to get skeptical. The book doesn’t come easy and you might need to listen to it twice (as I did). It worth every second of it!

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    • M. Faber
    • 20/04/2018

    Life changing!

    Würden Sie dieses Hörbuch einem Freund empfehlen? Wenn ja, was würden Sie ihm dazu sagen?

    Ich habe das Buch schon mehreren Menschen empfohlen und sie alle fanden es super hilfreich.

    Welches andere Buch würden Sie mit Letting Go vergleichen? Warum?

    Außer den Kurs in Wundern kenne ich kein Buch das diesem Buch nahe kommt.

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    • Martin
    • 08/11/2017

    Bam!!!

    Stunning! Nothing left to say. From my understanding the same as Osho. What world could this be..

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    • Tobi
    • 04/09/2021

    Pseudoscience discredits core message

    This book attempts to transport a good core message in the first half: That you can improve your life by letting go of negative emotions. Unfortunately, the author has chosen to embed this message into a plethora of pseudoscience. For example, he speaks about auras and telepathy as if they were a scientifically proven fact. This is not helpful. It discredits the core message of the book, which appears otherwise highly helpful.

    Another problem with this book is that it does not really make an attempt to provide you with any help as to *how* to let go. There are some attempts at explaining starting points, like sitting and accepting your feelings instead of fighting them. But that's pretty much all. People who have read other books in this area already know all that. The unscientific mumbo jumbo makes this book a complete waste of your money. Stay away!

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    • O.Z.
    • 04/01/2019

    Gute Ideen die dann abdriften

    Das Konzept Dinge, Wünsche innerlich loszulassen fand ich gut. Auch die verschiedenen Ebenen des menschlichen Bewusstseins. Allerdings übertreibt er es für meinen Geschmack immer wieder und spinnt seine Theorie in einen Bereich weiter, mit dem ich nichts anfangen kann und den ich dann auch nicht seriös fand. Daher inhaltlich nur 3 Sterne. Kann aber wie gesagt doch einige gute Dinge mitnehmen aus dem Hörbuch. Licht und Schatten also.

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