Title: The Absolute: Granting This Power to Humanity, Will Give It the Harmony and Balance to Banish the Deviances Exposed in Everyday Life
Authors: Carolina Fuentes, Catherine Fabbro, Mari Carmen Ortiz Monasterio
Release Date: October 12, 2012
Blurb: For the first time in all of the Ages, the doors to the Konocimiento Kósmico (Kosmic Knowledge) are open. The Absolute narrates the story based on the real experiences of a woman who, since childhood, sought to understand the reasons of life. This desire to understand leads her to the encounter with her destiny. She meets the Maestra, who initiates her in the studies of Konocimiento Kósmico. These studies reveal the origin and purpose of man here on the Earth or Planicio Terráqueo, our relationship with the Earth, and the destiny that awaits us when we leave it upon completing our education which will last the Seven Times that were programmed for our development. The Absolute presents studies that have previously been only for the initiated, but due to the necessity of the time in which we live and to avoid once again being manipulated and diverted from our path with erratic or erroneous teachings, these studies are now delivered to all so that we can experience mental advancement.
Review: Books on how people can transform their lives for the better of not only themselves but the entire world, has always interested me. Needless to say, I had high hopes on this one.
I was disappointed.
While I understand that the subject can be difficult to explain to people not already "into it," this was supposed to be a book for exactly those people! The language is way too difficult to understand - as you can see in the blurb above, especially since new terms are introduced but not explained until later in the text. I also think the book would have benefited from being proofread by users of English as a native language.
I'm sorry to say that I never really understood what it was the authors were trying to tell me....
Rating: 1 bookshelf out of 5.
Disclaimer: Books reviewed on this site were usually provided at no cost by the publisher or author. This book has been provided by Carolina Fuentes and Catherine Fabbro for the purpose of a review.
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