Official Review: It's Time to Align: by Allen Lottinger

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Re: Official Review: It's Time to Align: by Allen Lottinger

Post by Ginnysway » 19 Mar 2018, 18:54

I enjoyed this sample. I have read many of the books in the law of attraction. I really get where they are coming from about vibrations. This can really get you to think about what you want and how to get the vibrations really going to accomplish that.
Very good. I have been reading a lot of these books and it is amazing how much alike they are but how to accomplish your goal. some are easier than others to understand.
I give this book 4 stars

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Post by halismom1016 » 19 Mar 2018, 18:55

The review really captures what the book is about. Love the book and the review.

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Post by kemp1kor » 19 Mar 2018, 18:55

I'm surprised this book is described as simple and easy to read, given the subject matter. This doesn't sound like my kind of book, but thanks for the informative review.

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Post by AnnieStone » 19 Mar 2018, 18:56

I had read a sample of the book and have bought it to read at some point down the road. But after reading your review of it, I think I will move up the timeline and start reading it along with another book I am working on reading.

I was very happy to read from you that the author's information is backed up by real scientific people and it's not just wording to make a book. I do look forward to reading it. This is not my usual reading style, but change never hurts anyone.

Thanks for your review!

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Post by jessinikkip » 19 Mar 2018, 18:58

While I am glad to hear that the information in this book is backed up by credible sources and not just tossed out there, this doesn't sound like a book for me so I'll have to pass on it.

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Post by Dawn_Sooy » 19 Mar 2018, 19:07

The preview of the book Amazon allowed did not provide enough information for me to decide to pursue the purchase of this book. I am familiar with chakras and that they can become "clogged" and then do not funnel the energy through the body. I have a cleansing ritual I use that works well. I never really thought of the chakra at the top of the head as a tornado. That is an interesting concept.

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Post by Ruadhan » 19 Mar 2018, 19:11

This book does not sound like my cup of tea, and the review supports that. Good to know that it is an easy read, and that the reviewer found useful things to consider in its advice.

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Post by KFree_Reads » 19 Mar 2018, 19:14

Nice review! I don't think this is a book I'd read so I'll pass on this one.

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Post by jamertin2963 » 19 Mar 2018, 19:16

This sounds really interesting. I could always use something to help lower my worry and stress, I might have to give it a try.

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Post by Carrie 74 » 19 Mar 2018, 19:17

I'm new to your circle .having just finished the excerpt from Allen lottinger.align .I'm not unappreciative of his thought process on chakras and high energy ...good versus low or bad energy vibration.but being a person who has seen and dealt with anxiety and panic attacks first hand .I'd say his ideals although thought provoking .not feasible in reality .but I truly enjoyed the read

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Post by Ana Njeri » 19 Mar 2018, 19:18

When, I began reading the sample and the author kept on talking about vibrations and chakras, I got really confused to a point I almost didn't finish the sample. After reading, the review I am convinced it's a very good and helpful book but it's not my cup of tea since am not a fan of self help books. Great review.
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Post by CaitlinGonya » 19 Mar 2018, 19:23

I'm not sure this is a book for me. I simply cannot find it in me to give unconditional love, and kindness, to everyone. Some people just cannot be saved no matter what. I do think people need help relaxing (I'm one of them) but not like this. Great review

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Post by WillowStarSerenity » 19 Mar 2018, 19:25

Very well written review. I was on the fence about reading the book until I read the review. I'm glad that the writing style is simplistic, but that's not my main reasoning for changing my opinion. The book just kind of felt like overly confident and a little snobby. Obviously, if the reviewer didn't say any of these things, then it must not be that way. And that alone makes me want to give it a chance even though I was initially hesitant.

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Post by kfwilson6 » 19 Mar 2018, 19:37

I'm confused, is this religion based or not? At first I thought so, just an impression I got from the cover and title I guess. I don't understand why the need to continuously mention vibrations. Doesn't sound very necessary for providing tips on wholesome living. I'll pass on this one. Nice review though.

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Post by MarisaRose » 19 Mar 2018, 19:37

I have a difficult time grasping concepts like the ones presented in this book. I prefer not to read about spirituality and similar topics.
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