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#82238 08/15/13 06:37 PM
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Hi,

I recently bought the HFNR book and was very very impressed by it. I found tons of useful information. I have the HFNR paraliminal as well. I am thinking whether I should get the audio course as well.

I am absolutely sure that HFNR personal learning course would be awesome as well. But I would like to know:

1. What is difference between the content of book and personal learning course?
2. What additional benefits would I derive from the course, given that I already have gone through the book?

Thanks a lot.

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The course takes you through doing. Books are often just read with great intention. The listening and doing as well as working with the manual encourages faster progress.

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Alex, thanks for the reply. I will check out the course in due time.

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Are there any HFNR support groups in the SF East Bay area that I can join? The posts here are very old frown

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Not that I know of. If you. Have any questions, you can ask on the Happy for No Reason forum.

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