L. Mateus

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 81% (256 of 316)
Location: SW London
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 12,386 - Total Helpful Votes: 256 of 316
All Is Well: Heal Your Body with Medicine, Affirma&hellip by Louise Hay
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
The book itself is 180 pages: much of the info is based on Louise's previous books.From pages 183-219 it's the all is well tables which was included exactly the same from one of Louise's previous books.From pages 223-249 it was basically end notes and nonsense that took up far too many pages. I bought the book assuming it was packed with new exciting info and all that was done was 180 pages with nothing new, even with the co-operation of Mona Lisa. I was expecting the book to offer some amazing insights but literally all that was offered was Mona Lisa recounting stories of how people used conventional medicine, and affirmations to get their health back. This book offered me absolutely… Read more
The Transformational Power of Fasting: The Way to &hellip by Stephen Harrod Buhner
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliantly Written!, 18 Aug 2013
There aren't many books on the market on fasting. So this one stands out as particularly exceptional.I had done a juice fast for 7 days and a raw food diet for 3 months(at different stages in my life) so I could understand first hand the power of allowing the body to cleanse itself. I had been eating really badly lately and had been contemplating doing a water fast so after reading a lot of contradictory information online I decided to get a book to see if I could get more informed information to decide whether to go on the water fast or not.What I really liked about this book is that it addressed fasting on all levels. I loved the idea of spiritual cleansing and while getting healthier was… Read more
The Energy of Belief: Psychology's Power Tools to &hellip by Mary Sise
I have been doing alot of work on myself when I discovered this book and was drawn to it because it talked about getting rid of the wall or the blocks that don't allow people to move forward in life.The book has many exercises and many highly involved explanations of what I have always believed was a simple process. I tried the exercises and it's my opinion that these are just time wasting diversions. At the end of the day I went back to doing the hard work and trying to find out what keeps me stuck,by just following the good old fashion way of asking myself questions and getting to know myself better.And I have to say while progress is slow at least I've had progress which is more than I… Read more