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Posted October 19, 2003
We all know that there is an inevitable contradiction in trying to live in the present moment. Because trying involves some extent of dissatisfaction of the present state, the moment we try to do anything, we cease to live in the present moment. Although I have no doubt that this book, along with many other books that are designed to help us live in the present moment was written with the best of intentions, there is no way around this contradiction. The most writers, teachers, and leaders can do is help people become more aware of their own experiences and hope they are ready for such a transformation in their consciousness. This book is indeed a book that helps us do this (if we are at the right stage). If you are reading this review, you are most likely interested in this material and perhaps you are interested in it because you are ready for such a transformation (or perhaps not). If you truly feel in your heart that this book is right for you at this time, it may help you transform your life. If it does not feel right, I might recommend ¿The Ever-Transcending Spirit¿ by Toru Sato since it speaks to a wider range of developmental stages. Sato¿s fascinating book is quite revolutionary and it might change your understanding of life quite radically so be warned if you decide to read it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.