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Ask and It Is Given, by Esther and Jerry Hicks, which presents the teachings of the nonphysical entity Abraham, will help you learn how to manifest your desires so that you're living the joyous and fulfilling life you deserve.
As you listen, you'll discover powerful processes that will help you go with the positive flow of life. It's your birthright to live a life filled with everything that is good, and this audio program will show you how to make it so in every way!
PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be available in your Audible Library along with the audio.
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Practical Application: Self Diagnosis and Cure
As a big fan of this whole series by Esther and Jerry Hicks I felt (very briefly and possibly oversimplified) that the whole 2 Part series covered all the bases, with reinforcement on key areas, but that Part 2 especially offered a whole lot in the way of self-diagnosis (Emotional Guidance Scale) and finding the cure (22 Proven Processes). It tied a lot of things together and if you're a fan of the workshop it gives you all kinds of fun things to try out... thus breathing fresh air into that process alone.
I'll admit that Esther is the better speaker, but I found Jerry (may he rest in peace) very soothing.
However you should NOTE that I found it more effective to have the book version as well because I felt I needed the Emotional Guidance Scale (that they refer to constantly) in writing and I also appreicated having the written version of the 22 processes. I wrote to Audible and these sections they refer to as inserts were not provided in pdf format. That could have been extremely helpful, but the online version of the book is very reasonably priced.
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You gotta try this!
A friend referred me to Abraham-Hicks a couple of months ago, and sent me to the website. I watched, but wasn't sold. I decided to give it another try and listened to "Ask and It Is Given" which is part I to this part II (see my review of the first part).
After that, I couldn't WAIT to get "The Processes", and this does not disappoint. What you are asked to do to integrate the teachings into your life isn't difficult nor does it demand too much, and it DOES help you find a way back to your happy place. Give it a try and see if it doesn't help.
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My Favorite So Far
I've listened to many of the Hicks audio books, and this one is my favorite so far. Jerry offers some real techniques that can be used to incorporate Abraham's teachings.
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Jerry Hicks does an monotone, lifeless reading of their book, which is the opposite of the energetic recordings where Esther/Abraham are talking. Like other reviewers mentioned, there is no insert/handout attached - he refers to this with each process and I would suggest that Audible makes this available as a text download. I have the book and other than a reinforcement of the book material, I am disappointed in this audio version. I am also disappointed that the Hicks chose to break this into two separate recordings; I purchased other audiobooks from Hay House from Audible, no other authors make you pay twice for one book.
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I can honestly say this has changed my entire way of thinking! I am so excited about reading / hearing the next few books in the series. I found it to be life changing and uplifting. You truly can solve any problem in your life, and turn it all around! This book is about hope and guidance. Bravo!
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I really enjoy these books
These are great books to keep and listen to every so often to remind you. I think Jerry does a fantastic job as the narrator. I guess everyone has their own tastes but I think his speaking cadence really seems to fit with this material.
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- G. S. Harris
Inspiring and educational, as usual
Would you listen to The Processes again? Why?
To make practical use of Abraham-Hicks or any life-changing work, it is useful to listen to it over and over again.
What does Jerry Hicks bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Some people say that Jerry talks too fast (did you know if you have an Ipod touch that you can slow down the rate of speech?) but I don't think he talks faster than Ester/Abraham, nor do I find his fast reading to be a bother. What I do like about Jerry is his sincere appreciation for the work of Ester and Abraham, and the sound of his voice.
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This title repeats that last 30 minutes, or so of the first recording.
Also, there is a handout provided with the recording, at least according to the recording. But I cannot find the handout on audible.com
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Big fan of &quot;1st&quot; book. Book &quot;two&quot; is needed but...
What made the experience of listening to The Processes the most enjoyable?
It reiterated volume one, which I loved.
What other book might you compare The Processes to and why?
The first one. Because they are actually one book.
How did the narrator detract from the book?
That was the issue. The first book was so great and this is actually the first book as well but they split it up. I found that odd because they are such great people and teach us how to get anything we want but they found it necessary to split one book in to two which one would think was to make more money.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
It's great but there are many many parts that are clearly duplicated copies of the same speeches from book #1 and even the last part was a repeat from Esther. I will still listen to these both many times but I think a little more effort should have been put in to the narrating but having a female voice or a different male voice.
Any additional comments?
Two books is fine because narrating is tough work but the second book should be free if you bought the first one. It's fine though and worth the money. The second book (this one) just seemed like they were getting bored with it and tried to take shortcuts. But I love them, I love the books and I thank Mr. and Mrs. Hicks as well as Abraham for helping me get the life I always knew was out there and now I know how to get it. Oh! And the insert is mentioned 20 times and if you bought this on audible, you do not have the insert. It sound quite important. I'd like to have that insert.
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I enjoyed this very much. It helped greatly to add a rational and logical understanding to such books as 'The Secret'. Very in depth, the type of book you want to listen to over and over to really get the most out of it.
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