Reviews of Parallel Universes of the Self
I loved this book and spent a whole weekend reading it
I loved this book and spent a whole weekend reading it. I’m fascinated by this topic and have been having fun learning and applying new mind sets. The editing won’t affect my star rating, but if the author reads this I highly recommend getting the book re-edited. I almost think it was edited by a computer because while I had to look up many words/scientific lingo, the words “to”, “too”, and “two” were often used incorrectly and it drove me nuts. Clearly the author knows his stuff, so I have a hard time believing he meant to get those words messed up, as well as some other seemingly simple grammar. I mean if you’re going to charge 20 dollars, it should be smooth for readers. I do recommend this book for anyone who wants to better themselves, the world, or if you’re just curious and open minded. Mind blown.
One of the things I liked about this book that it is so straightforward and …
I dont generally write reviews, but I had to do so for this one. The author gives you the technique in the first few chapter and he states that its indeed the single most important chapter in the book, then he goes on explaining how did he develop it. One of the things I liked about this book that it is so straightforward and it gives you techniques to practice and try it yourself. The author doesent attempt to convince you with anything, but gives you the tools so you can try and experiment yourself.
Saeed A Alhashim
Superb book! One of the best I’ve ever read, if not the very best.
If you are looking for something about law of attraction, read this. It may be the last book you ever need. Law of attraction is often misunderstood. From a decent viewpoint, “the law of selection” would be a better name for it. I’ve been reading this book for about a week, and I do not move past its half, because I keep on going back and re-reading whole paragraphs over and over and over again so that I am fully immersed in them. Not only that, but now I am jumping around, searching a word such as: “reaction”, so that I immerse in specifics. It’s the kind of book that you keep with you for a lifetime, one that keeps on giving, the sort you lose yourself into. If you still have issues with how to apply the “law of attraction”, then this is the book for you. It also has a large amount of practical exercises that you can use, just in case you feel you need more than the main exercise in the book.