The book spent most of the time repeating itself ('Welcome the thought, can you let it go? Will you let it go? When?) without really explaining much. Instead it punctuated every second paragraph with quotes from happy punters whose lives had been transformed by the Sedona Method. It also advertised the course at regular intervals. The basic idea of letting go is fine but hardly unique to Sedona and is better articulated in other self-help books [Thoughts and Feelings for one]. The constant bragging about its wonders is downright irritating.