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In the World but Not of It

Written by: David R. Hawkins
Narrated by: David R. Hawkins
Length: 4 hrs and 51 mins

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Publisher's Summary

In this inspiring series, David R. Hawkins, M.D., Ph.D., presents enlightening information designed to elevate one’s consciousness. An internationally renowned author and speaker on spiritually advanced states of consciousness, Dr. Hawkins speaks from the inner realization of the presence of God as Self. The impact of Dr. Hawkins' presence transcends the actual words. Yet the information, presented with unprecedented clarity, is, in itself, transformative. Each talk contains priceless pearls of spiritual wisdom, allowing you to rise above your current awareness, catapulting the listener into higher levels of understanding. One’s entire life is seen with new eyes, providing relief and practical tools for living a spiritual life in today’s fast-paced world.

©2009 Veritas Publishing (P)2009 Veritas Publishing

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  • Julián
  • 19-10-19

All You Need For Success

The most broad and profound lecture on success (in all it's forms) I've listened.

Thank you Dr. Hawkins

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  • James
  • 29-05-14

Success defined

What did you love best about In the World but Not of It?

Dr. Hawkins explains the levels of consciousness and gives examples.

What was one of the most memorable moments of In the World but Not of It?

When Dr. Hawkins explains that, "truth makes you go strong and falsehood makes you go weak."

What does David R. Hawkins bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

He brings his own voice into the story. It is refreshing to hear about this topic without a stereotypical spiritual show.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

When Dr. Hawkins explains that his personal view of success was about being "cozy".

Any additional comments?

David Hawkins is an excellent teacher. He reminds me of the great teachers I had when I was a student at Bard in the 80's.

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