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Gregg Braden

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Gregg Braden est un auteur de best-sellers. Après une carrière prolifique dans l'informatique de haut niveau, il entreprend une quête qui le conduit dans des monastères de l'Égypte, du Pérou et du Tibet à la recherche des secrets encodés dans les traditions ancestrales. Ses travaux ont fait de lui un pionnier et un expert dans le domaine de la physique quantique et de la matrice divine.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This is the Gregg Braden I've Come to Know and Love (through his writing) 28 janvier 2014
Par Butterfly - Publié sur
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I couldn't get into Fractal Time (and his other book written since FT). Even though this book touches upon some of FT book's concepts, this book is vastly different. The Turning Point is a marker in time that is more personal in nature. I love it when Gregg incorporates his personal stories to illustrate points, and this book does just that. Turning Point: Resilience in a Time of Extremes is a comfort manual full of practical wisdom. It's a life-changing survival guide. This guide teaches us (or reinforces) the art of critical thinking by asking questions. It also offers us techniques to get us in a better state of heart coherence to those familiar with Heartmath.

This book could be scary for some - those stuck in past, reminiscing on how things used to be. This book can be slightly jarring. The world has changed, and there is no turning back. This book is a wakeup call. Yet, as scary as that message is, Gregg Braden offers hope, a silver lining.

I've had the opportunity to meet Mr. Braden and he's very authentic, someone you genuinely want to know more about, to soak in his wisdom.

***Note: the book gets a little repetitive from his previous works and a lot of 2012 literature, but it's definitely worth sticking it out.
23 internautes sur 26 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
4.0 étoiles sur 5 ANOTHER POSITIVE STEP IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION 29 janvier 2014
Par Robert Steven Thomas - Publié sur
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I am a true admirer of the author's work and original thinking. (See my 5-Star reviews of "Deep Truth" and "Divine Matrix.") At the same time, I was a bit disappointed with this new book as compared with the previous two. The primary message still rings true... we DO live in a universe of connectivity as more and more individuals are coming to accept, but the delivery and support of this critical message is not as powerfully presented as in his past work. Too much repetition. For those of you who have not read his prior work, this book might serve as a good starting point in conceptualizing the notion of a "Universal Intelligence" which is a natural dimension of reality through which all life-forms are intertwined. Braden is a master at describing this under-appreciated state of existence. Also ... though we are getting closer and I remain optimistic in knowing mankind will eventually "get it" long-term ... there is still a lot of work that remains to be done before humanity reaches the "turning point" we all hope to achieve.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Gregg Braden Has Already Told Us Most Everything That's in This Book 5 mars 2014
Par The Scottsdale Observer - Publié sur
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I am a big fan of Gregg Braden. I've read a good number of his books, have listened to his audio CDs, have watched his DVDs, and I've seen him speak live four times. In listening to him read the audio CD version of this book I kept waiting for him to break new ground, but he told me very little that I hadn't already heard from him. For me the basic summary of what he's telling us in this book is 1) The world is facing multiple major crises, 2) The world is dangerously low on important natural resources, and 3) We all need to come together as a people to live in harmony and solve these major problems. This is all good information, but I've heard it before from him. If you are new to Gregg Braden, or if you haven't read his last book, "Deep Truth", I would recommend getting that book before getting "The Turning Point". I really enjoyed "Deep Truth", and a lot of that information is also discussed in "The Turning Point", too. But there are subjects discussed in "Deep Truth" that had me much more riveted to the book, including Gregg's disclosure that DNA testing has now been done on well-preserved specimens of Neanderthal Man, and there is almost no way that we could have ever evolved from him.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 I'd rather read a creationist's view on evolution... 19 juin 2014
Par Knits in Tardis - Publié sur
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...than finish this book. I couldn't turn down the "hook" as presented in the advance P.R.: we DO live in a time of extremes, we are short-sighted and spend too much time scrambling to respond as opposed to adapting to what we can see coming down the road, all too clearly. In terms of subject matter, the bare bones skeleton of this book is a thing of beauty.

But the meat on the bones is pop culture + pop spiritualism which adds up to neither an informed scientific perspective nor an informed sociological perspective. I'm no science wonk but could easily spot how Gregg Bradem mangled historical facts to suggest that Nikola Tesla, but for politics, would have brought us wireless energy early on in the 20th Century. At a different point in the book, Braden posits that maybe ancient cultures were *more* advanced than us, but simply evolved UP to a state of simplicity, beyond the need for toasters and technical gadgets and what not.

And Gods From Outer Space - Bantam #Q7276 built the pyramids. I've been there and read that before. The one thing I did learn from this book is that new-age-y feel-good pseudo-science is still very much with us, and it's every bit as dopey as it was in the 1970s or the 1990s, only the stakes today are higher.

I mentioned creationists, and I think the comparison holds here. It's fine if Braden only wants a surgeon for his mom who believes in a "higher power"; lots of very serious scientists and academics have a strong spiritual or even religious outlook. But when the author talks about a 11th century Yogi training his students to attain a state of consciousness that allowed them to pass their hands through solid rock, that's where I call B.S. You want to be able to claim a credible standing as an educated person and one-time man of science? Prove what you assert. It's not all just a "spiritual point of view". In a world where we are all faced with increasingly difficult decisions, we either have to agree to make decisions together in the context of verifiable science, facts, and measurable observation, or we have to decide which superstition and faith-based dogma will rule unchallenged. Otherwise it's the anarchy of everybody's opinion -- reasoned or fear-driven, fanciful or fanatical -- being equal in value to that of the next guy. Put it another way: how well would you tolerate me at a community meeting if I kept quoting out of The Gospel of the Flying Spaghetti Monster to bolster my arguments?

Not one specific, concrete strategy for dealing with global warming, the exploding human population, wealth imbalance, food scarcity, or any of the other problems facing humanity, is offered in this book. It's all "look within" navel gazing, with vague exhortations to get involved in the community and do some collective navel gazing that will somehow result in an unspecified but wonderous change in course for our apathetic and REactive society. Kumbafreakin'ya.

Also? Get off my lawn! I don't think I've been this annoyed with an author since the publication of The Da Vinci Code.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 " The Turning Point ", exactly what the world needs now! 29 janvier 2014
Par Martha Reich - Publié sur
I read this book from cover to cover, which is not something I ordinarily do!
This book is extremely informative, thought provoking and helpful in answering so many questions we are facing in today's world.
As the author states, "These are no ordinary times", and so we can't look to ordinary solutions to solve some of the most difficult issues, that being on a personal, and global level. I feel Gregg Braden's book has guided me through many personal inquiries, to help me find my own answers. He does so in an honest and positive way. I love how he incorporates his person experiences and stories to demonstrate a point. After reading "The Turning Point", I realized despite much of my own resistance, it's time for me to start thinking differently about myself, my life and my relationship to everything and everyone around me.
Thank you for this book! I highly recommend it to anyone looking for profound ways to transition through these intense times.
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