|Title||:||Worker in the Light|
|Number of Pages||:||320|
Worker in the Light Reviews
What I am loving about this book is that the author, George Noory is the host of Coast to Coast the late night radio station that covers things like spirituality, alternative energy, intuition, hypnotherapy etc. The level of validation of my own personal experiences is increased by reading about the number of people who have also had amazing experiences. Noory is a great story teller.
I really wanted to like this book. I love George Noory on Coast to Coast, and from the first chapter, I thought I'd love the book but it got old really quick. Lots of stories about callers or personal stories; and like one of the previous reviewers said, the advice or learning sections are very basic metaphysical exercises. I ended up skimming through the last few chapters just to finish. 3 stars because it wasn't necessarily bad, just not what I hoped or expected.
I'm truly ashamed and amazed that I didn't like this book.I'm a long-time fan of Coast to Coast AM (back in the good old days of Art Bell) and really enjoy listening to George. However, this book didn't feel like him writing it. I don't know. I just couldn't get into it. I did not ejnoy him retelling the tales of others.
New Age nonsense that's been drifting around Western society since the beginning of the twentieth-century repackaged and marketed by one George Noory who makes his daily bread by interviewing people who are convinced, absolutely convinced they were abducted by aliens who traveled a gazillion light-years to kidnap humans and anally probe them. Need anything more be said?
I really enjoyed this roller coaster ride through the unknown. He talks about the crystal children of the future who will have ESP. Fascinating! I see him a lot on The History Channel's "Ancient Alien" series.
This is a great book, written by the host of a great radio talk show called Coast to Coast AM (coasttocoastam), I recommend this to anyone interested in what their brain is actually capable of.
The author is the guy from coast to coast-who replaced art bell. He believes you can train yourself to remote view.
This was an engrossing, enlightening book. I want to reread it.