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Great book, but requires some foundation knowledge
on 30 June 2014
This is an enormously interesting book for anyone who wants to know how we cause our own illnesses. The communication between your thoughts and your body is really important and if it is all negative, the whole system is thrown off balance. It is written in a style in which the discoveries the author makes are set alongside her life events and is an honest look at her foibles as well as her strengths. Nevertheless it will not always be an easy read for someone with limited vocabulary or education as there is a wealth of technical detail here. Having a medical background I found it relatively easy.
With this in mind, the book would have benefitted from some flow-charts enabling readers to have an alternative way of seeing how the immune system "listens" to our emotional thoughts and responds accordingly. If you are already invested in the quantum aspect of life and know something about consciousness and The Field (Lynne McTaggart) and Bruce Lipton's The Biology of Belief, you will enjoy this. If not, you might find it hard going and it would be best to start with something easier, like The Intention Experiment by Lynne McTaggart.