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Reginald Ray sets out a journey with profoundly transformative potential. There are many in this field and few I trust and feel are authentic teachers rather than seekers of attention. There is very little of what I'd call speudo-science in this sequence of discussion and guided meditations (there is a bit) and a great deal of wisdom is passed on from a lifetime's study and practice, including learning from (by his own admission) his own mistakes. Not all of this works for me: there are steps I struggle with (some of the out of body visualisation was a step too far) and as it's set out as a sequence I found myself uncertain as to whether it was worth pursuing or if, having 'failed' (to my mind) to do what I felt was being asked, the rest of the journey was futile. I believe not and that there is value to be found in doing what one can and observing and not judging what one can't. The ideas put forward by Reginald Ray do not disparage other religions, or secular beliefs but explore every-day experiences of our existence and values and the way our minds work. Accessible. Wise. Worthy of close attention and reflection.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
I love Reggie Ray. He has a pretty unique approach which speaks to me a lot. I highly recommend this book is you're dabbling in meditation or if you've tried other approaches and want a fresh view. He has the perfect audio book voice too.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful
Have every audio of Reggie Ray. Was scared this was going to just be a repeat of his other work. I was pleasantly surprised. The wisdom that he shares is so enlightening.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Somatic Descent to be better than the print version?
I enjoy the audio because I believe it helps with the meditation process in the beginning.
What did you like best about this story?
The guided meditations.
Which character – as performed by Reginald A. Ray – was your favorite?
Reginald A. Ray
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
6 of 6 people found this review helpful