This is the best explanation so far of the subconscious mind - and the induction techniques are quick and work well. Very useful.
As the author says, he has done a lot of research, reading, and practicing of other people's methods and has distilled the best of what he's learned into one book.
The techniques here are useful for many interests, not just to program our subconscious, but this would be very handy for people interested in remote viewing or out of body experiences. Or, for people interested in improving their athletic performance, studying, work, confidence, memory . . . there are all kinds of applications for this.
I have bought other Audible books related to meditation, the brain, and consciousness, and while I do appreciate them and the other author's works, this one book would have saved me a lot of time since it just gets to the point and gets the job done.
The explanations make it so understandable and possible and real too.
Not certain about this book. Yes, it clearly gives the basic formula to correctly Affirm. But, is the part where so much time is spent on dealing with negative counter thoughts really helpful? Or is it just schtick to give a twist to an idea with so many other books on the market that something different needed to be added to sell a book? Not sure.
Most of the Law of Attraction authors seem to use affirmations to replace beliefs. The main difference with this book is that it also adds in how to diminish and eliminate negative self-defeating beliefs that run counter to or weaken the new Affirmation.
Of course, it's simpler to just replace beliefs (although not easy) and it takes more work to use the method here where there's a technique that is like you are arguing with yourself until the negative belief gets weakened and fades.
There are good examples of the method used to eliminate, or weaken the counters against the new affirmation.
This book may prove useful to people who want to actively deal with resistance.
About half of the book was information that I'd already learned elsewhere, however, it was nicely summarized and it was good to be reminded about again. Edwin Harkness Spina did a good job in picking meaningful and life-affecting concepts for his book audience to ponder.
The short stories that accompany these 53 mystical keys made them more interesting and relevant.
The author read his own book briskly, and he was easy to understand. For a person interested in Consciousness, Enlightenment, and a broader reality, this would be an enjoyable and productive listen.