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In this compelling new audiobook, John Mace describes the revolutionary Mace Energy Method, a powerful tool for emotional healing. Based on years of research and study, this simple but extraordinarily effective therapy will help you to locate and dis-create unknowingly created negative identities that prevent you from attaining your goals.

Turning Upsets Into Positive Energy presents listeners with an understanding of the mind that will leave even the most skeptical with the feeling that something has been explained to them that they ought to have known!

Used by trained practitioners around the world, the Mace Method is a powerful tool for emotional healing that is having remarkable effects on peoples' lives. In a total departure from conventional counseling, it does not involve any self disclosure and requires only one or two therapy sessions, which can even be carried out over the telephone.

Turning Upsets Into Positive Energy presents a comprehensive overview of the philosophy and approach of the Mace Energy Method.

©2011 John Mace (P)2011 Wetware Media

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EXCELLENT!!

What did you love best about Turning Upsets into Positive Energy?

Listening to Turning Upsets Into Positive Energy was truly enlightening. For over 20 years I have self enquired and read books of Philosophy, Pyschology, Metaphysics and Esoterics, but the wisdom in this book contains the most profound philosophical and spiritual findings I have personally come across, and yet John Mace presents his pioneering research with such a profound simplicity that I just felt and knew, "well of course!"

Who was your favorite character and why?

Understanding the difference between our true being and our identities and how play and create in our lives.

Have you listened to any of Andrew Mulcare’s other performances before? How does this one compare?

I really enjoyed listening to andrew read this book. Lovely voice.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Knowing that all the negative feelings and thoughts we have, are only accidentally created by us through overwhelms and upsets. They are not who we really are. Just over time we identify with the thoughts and feelings and believe them to be a part of us, thus act them out. In understanding how they are created, and what we really are, I could see how Johns MEM method, with the guide of a Practitioner, can assist a person discreate them, with a simple series of silent spiritual exercises. I loved that there is no need for any self disclosure with this method.

Any additional comments?

It is definitely a paradigm shift in the field of emotional health. And one that is most sorely needed.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • LJ
  • 01-19-12

Snooze

Would you try another book from John Mace and/or Andrew Mulcare?

No thanks.

Would you ever listen to anything by John Mace again?

Probably not.

What about Andrew Mulcare’s performance did you like?

Spoke well.

What reaction did this book spark in you? Anger, sadness, disappointment?

The subject matter is interesting to me, but this particularly audiobook did not capture my interest. 3 hours in I have yet to find any method to use to turn upsets into positive energy. Pretty boring.

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  • Caitlin
  • Bloomington, IN, United States
  • 01-08-13

Disappointing

If you want to learn about turning upsets into positive energy, or even about the Mace method, don't read this book. The author basically says that we all have multiple identities/roles that we take on, based on good and bad life experiences (a valid observation), and that his method allows you to immediately rid yourself of the negative identities that are holding you back or making you unhappy. He spends the entire book telling you how great his method is, but he never actually gets around to explaining what his method is or how it is done!

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