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The power of your unconcious mind?,
This review is from: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind (Kindle Edition)
The problem with this book occurs in the very first paragraph because it is not possible to 'think with your subconscious mind.'
The Author does not know the diffrence between our unconscious mind (the part of our minds which we have very little access to without therapy because there is a reason its hidden from us... there is dangerous stuff in there! Only the very skilled can safely take any of us into its realm.) and our subconscious mind (The part of our minds that helps us to automaticly ride a bike, walk or drive a car.) He has confused the two and if you do that you really do not know what you are talking about and so, for me, the book is worthless because he is so obviously does not know enough to speak about his subject.
If you want to read a serious book about your mind (concious, subconsious or unconcious) make sure the author is a trained psychotherapist and not a lay person stabbing around in the dark.
If you want to read a serious book about God pick up a Bible.
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Initial post: 19 Feb 2012 03:26:10 GMT
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M. Aicken says:
I'm afraid this is not entirely true because I am an NLP Master Practitioner and NLP Coach, having also done group therapy training before that....it is indeed absolutely possible to access one's subconscious and effect changes in thinking and behaviour. Also, the Bible is not the only serious book about God.....there are a host of diverse concepts about God that are not covered at all in the Bible....even Karen Armstrong will admit that!
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