As you read of each of the 33 steps, they lay upon each other in a coherent, consistent fashion, reinforcing the underlying message of this fabulous book. It really is very accessibly written, and only occasionally skirts around the points it tries to make. At many times, it scythes through decades of your own conditioning to reveal very swiftly great chunks of deception perpetrated by your very own ego.
You do not so much struggle to release the ego grip on your mind as relax into an acceptance that this is a logical, meaningful thing to do.
I have been reading a number of other books on a similar theme, but find this so succinct that I have to force myself to read only a little each day.
Apologies for any excesses in my prose - these are not, I hope to suit my ego, but merely to ramp up the importance of this book. As it stands, it is 2nd only in value to me behind 'Trick and treat' by Barry Groves. That book was about the physical realm - this complements it in the mental realm.
Buy it and read it slowly.