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So Powerful! If a drug, the FDA would rate this book Class 3,
If this book was a drug the FDA would make it Class 3. It is that powerful and will have that strong an effect on your life.
While it is described as an account of a Malaysia tribe, it is, more importantly, a window into another way of thinking about WHAT IT IS TO BE HUMAN. That is also the name the book was originally given by it's author. Robert Wolff opens our eyes to see and think about possibilities for being human that our western world's schools and media do not teach, do not suggest. Every person I know who has read this books says it changes the way they walk through the world, the way they see, the way they know.
It discusses ideas that impinge upon parapsychology, shamanism, Carlos Castaneda's works, intuition, healing... The book is a precious gift that will make you feel joy and sadness-- joy from knowing the possibilities of being human, and the beauty of the Sng'oi, sadness, because the Sng'oi were reported to be "absorbed" by the Malaysian culture several years ago. They are gone.
Thom Hartmann, who wrote the forward to the book, has written several other books which share a similar vision-- Prophet's Way, Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight, and Greatest Spiritual Secret.
Read this book and see if you can find a way to begin seeing and knowing, of being human, as the Sng'oi did, and see if you can find a part of them in your heart. What a Girl Wants; Movie Review Rob Kall