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The Anatomy of Loneliness (English Edition) Kindle-editie
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|Kindle-editie, 1 nov 2018||
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Teal's Videos versus Teal's Books
1. Teal's videos go into more details, more examples, and contain visual aids.
2. Teal's videos span more subjects and cross reference each other effectively.
3. Teal's spoken voice is beautiful to listen to.
4. Teal's face is beautiful to watch.
5. As a professional editor, and author myself, I have to say . . . Teal's writing is often awkward. She is prone to run-on sentences. She doesn't seem to have a professional editor, as there are obvious issues such as the words be aligned to the "right" instead of "full" which I've literally never seen in a published book. She has periods on the outside of quotations instead of the inside. She has sentences which have to be re-read several times before you understand what is being said due to the lack of appropriate commas. Where there ought to be dashes there appears to be hyphens, although it is hard to tell due to the font which is creating a character slightly longer than the average hyphen, but clearly too short to be a proper dash. I haven't noticed any spelling errors in The Anatomy of Loneliness or her other books, but the punctuation errors and formatting errors are frustrating for me.
I say this as a serious Teal fan. I have her tarot deck (which is actually an oracle deck), and I subscribe to premium. I watch all of her workshops, daily update videos, and her weekly Ask Teal video series. I have even made a spreadsheet of her entire Ask Teal series. She is an incredible inspiration. She has very valuable knowledge.
I still recommend this book despite the errors, but I seriously hope Teal's team ensures she gets a good editor before she releases any further books. (They could ask me; I'd love to be the first one to read her work and be involved in the book-creation process with her!) I would hate for anyone to take her less seriously because of stupid formatting/punctuation rules which are not intuitive. I fought against a lot of the "rules" when I was first learning them, as some truly aren't logical . . . But I digress.
***Here's my point: If you are not an avid reader, don't enjoy reading, get confused easily by long sentences, or prefer videos, then subscribe to Teal's premium and get access to all her online workshops and bonus content there. If, on the other hand, you are not into videos and prefer to learn while snuggled up in your favorite reading chair, buy Teal's books.***
For best results, I recommend pausing the video or putting down the book whenever she asks a probing question and either (1) writing down your answers, or (2) having a discussion about your answers with someone else. You'll get a lot more out of her work if you actually do your part and take it in!
Side note about her other books: If you're wondering about how The Anatomy of Loneliness compares to Teal's other books, here's the scoop. Teal's first couple of books, The Sculptor in the Sky and Shadows before Dawn, have a very different tone and flow than Teal's two newer books. The first one is the most spiritual. The second one is a little more personal to Teal, but it doesn't go into nearly as much detail about her personal life as her blog posts and interviews; it does have a lot of advice, but again, if you prefer videos, she says all the same stuff (only better) in her videos. The third, however, The Completion Process, is a very valuable guide to a process that Teal invented to delve into your shadows and create healing. So I literally recommend her books in reverse publication order, with The Anatomy of Loneliness being the best, and The Completion Process being second, and so on.
Side note about my experience reading her books as someone who follows all of her online work: I do notice that reading the same stuff I've already heard often strikes me entirely differently. I get value out of experiencing the same concept both in video form and book form because it reaches more of my own internal fragments that way.
Hope this detailed review helps!
The Consciousness Alchemist
I haven't finished the book yet, but I will be editing this one later to give my final thoughts. So far, I think that Teals understanding of loneliness and disconnection is out of this world, and her perspective on it is something I have never seen before, but is really opening my eyes. I can see how badly this world needs connection.