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Re book: 'The Untethered Soul' by Michael A. Singer

Discussion in 'General Discussion Subforum' started by BloodMoon, Jan 5, 2020.

  1. BloodMoon

    BloodMoon Well known member

    Hi everyone,

    I'm reading book at the moment, which is 'hitting the spot' for me like a sledgehammer - in a good and amazingly profound way (tbh like no other 'self-help' type of book has resonated with me before). It's called 'The Untethered Soul' by Michael A. Singer https://www.amazon.co.uk/Untethered...coding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=ENC2AFA4HE5REGRNYWWN.

    My response to this book may just be that the right 'teacher' (the author of the book) has appeared when I (the 'student') was ready, but I think the 4.7 star rating for amazon reviews probably speaks for itself. I was dubious about it at first as I read that there is mention of God in the book and I am an agnostic, but the references are made in a 'spirit/energy/life force' sort of way. I actually bought the audio course associated with the book and listened to that first of all. I'm in the UK and the following link is the audio course on amazon.co.uk, but I bought it from i-tunes as it's a fraction of the price when downloaded from there https://www.amazon.co.uk/Living-Place-Surrender-Untethered-Action/dp/B07XQM8FJ5/ref=sr_1_3?qid=1578172425&refinements=p_27:Michael+Singer&s=books&sr=1-3&text=Michael+Singer.

    Michael Singer also has some videos on YouTube too, so anyone interested can simply get a taster of what he has to offer for free https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=michael+singer (michael singer - YouTube)

    A Good and Happy New Year to you all!

    Namaste,

    BloodMoon
     
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  2. jokeysmurf

    jokeysmurf Well known member

    This is a great book, I read his previous book called The Surrender Experiment. I feel it says what took me a while to realize, that we oscillate between being open and closed. When we’re open we are curious and inviting, when we’re closed we’re cut off and tightly wound. In terms of the nervous system this is true, and perhaps we are giving off types of energy that can either benefit us or prolong our difficulty.
     
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  3. plum

    plum Beloved Grand Eagle

    @BloodMoon I have left you a comment on an earlier post about this x

    This is a great endorsement. The sense of opening and closing really speaks to me. Thank you x
     
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  4. BloodMoon

    BloodMoon Well known member

    The book is also about what to do re our chattering 'monkey mind'. A reviewer of the book on this website https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/520672779 (John Woltjer’s review of The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself) says:
    "He [Michael Singer] calls the monkey mind our "inner roommate" that quite often borders on pure insanity. He invites us to imagine the monkey mind as a roommate, sitting next to us on the couch, and asking us to consider how long this roommate would be allowed to live with us when considering just how obnoxious and pestilent it can be. What becomes quite obvious is that we live with a crazy person in our head that torments us with persistent, meaningless, repetitive dialogues that ultimately blind us to what is truly real--the world behind all the stimulus in our heads. This is a brilliant book--just reading the praises written by many prominent people at the beginning of the book gives the reader a sense of just how profound the truths within are."
     
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  5. jokeysmurf

    jokeysmurf Well known member

    Yes, Michael, Eckhart, Mingyur and others have all stated this very well. It always helps to hear this put just slightly different by each because in its slight variance it helps reach more and more people.

    an old saying from my culture translated is “it is not important to be “first” but rather to understand how to arrive.”

    great post on Michael @ Blood Moon
     
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  6. BloodMoon

    BloodMoon Well known member

    So very well put, jokeysmurf!

    Thanks, jokeysmurf :). I have been so taken with the way Michael explains things, I simply couldn't keep his writings to myself and wanted to share.
     
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