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Agree with the underlaying messages but .........
on 3 June 2012
I agree with the points that the book is trying to get across, but it certainly does waffle on. As the other reviews have indicated, the books contains 7 sessions. Each session consists of writings from the Lester Levenson (founder of the Sedona Method) and then a summary from Dwoskin. However, I actually found Dwoskin contribution to be of greater benefit since it was clear, concise and to the point. Whereas, I found text taken from Levenson to be ambiguous, repetitive and plain annoying on times. Perhaps it just me. I do like to read books that are to the point, without any unnecessary wording. That said, I would actually recommend this book just for the underlying message.