This remarkable book is divided into sections for easy reference to find the treatment of particular problems. The problems and the solutions are highly relevant to our modern world and discussed with lots of quirky humour and insight. In fact, his writing style is quite addictive and engaging, similar to another Taoist-inspired author, Stuart Wilde. But the Doctor is more specific and practical than Wilde. Although written from a Taoist perspective, the Doctor includes insights from other Western and Eastern spiritual philosophies underpinned by common sense. His prescriptions are designed to liberate the flow of the life force for every organ and for the mind in order to attune them to health and to re-establish right thinking. They include affirmations, visualisation, breathing exercises, stimulating the pressure points, massage, a sensible diet and exercise. In this way he provides the perfect antidotes for a host of problems like depression, fear, loneliness and worry, showing the reader the way to find freedom within. He writes with wit and elegance and his words convey a love and sincerity that is rare nowadays. I highly recommend this book to those who wish to transform their lives into something more meaningful and worthwhile by getting rid of the small stuff that sometimes makes our life a misery. Liberation is a truly liberating book.