Amazon Review

August 26, 2014 in Book Reviews

Elaine gives a particulary thorough critique;

“For as long as I remember I’ve read as many metaphysical books and articles as I could get my hands on. I’m absolutely fascinated with the nature of reality and mind power and how the two go hand in hand. There are some good books out there but unfortunately there are also those other books whose authors try to convince you that by reading their book you’ll attract the ‘abundance’ of the universe and be able to buy loads of cars and houses and have a perfect life. This book doesn’t make any of those types of promises. It simple goes straight into the nitty gritty of what mind power is, how the laws of the universe apply to the mind and basically how we have the ability to direct out own lives and create what we truly want – i.e. what our heart as opposed to our head wants.

It takes metaphysical concepts that are difficult to fathom and explains them in such clear and concrete terms, whilst throwing in some great analogies for good measure. Eg. the author compares mental polarisation to polaroid sunglasses in that our mind can be polarised to filter in either positive or negative thought vibrations.

The reason I love this book so much is it’s structure. The author has divided the book into really clear easy to read chapters with each chapter broken down into lots of little parts. For example, if you’re on the way to work in the morning and ten minutes to spare on your commute you can read a few pages in the Reversing Causation chapter on the subject of reversing the feedback loop that exists between your mental world and physical world. It’s only a few pages long, but contains so much wisdom and food for thought. You only need to read a few pages then as you go about your day you can reflect on what you’ve read from time to time to fully grasp the meaning. I think this is a great way to benefit from this book. I also love the style of writing and use of analogies – the author does a fine job of translating difficult concepts into plain English so that you have no trouble understanding it literally, you just need to spend some time reflecting on what it all means in a universal sense, and that’s where the analogies come in handy. So essentially this book, as someone else said in another review, IS a Bible. Although you can read it in one go if you want, chances are you’ll find yourself going back to it time and time again to re-read a certain chapter or paragraph.

It is clear that the author of this book has no personal agenda other than to impart this truly important knowledge. In my opinion, the content in this book is the kind of stuff we should be taught in school as correct use of the human mind is so fundamental to all aspects of living a balanced and healthy life.

All in all, an intelligently written and fascinating read that is sure to remain close to hand.I certainly look forward to any future publications by the author.”

( Elaine Amazon Review Jun 2014)

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