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Psycho-Cybernetics Review

The New Psycho-Cybernetics

With all the hype stirred up by "The Secret" a whole new generation of meta-physicists and spiritual explorers was born (or in some cases revitalized). And with science and religion's historically giant chasm of separation turning more and more into a traversable small canyon every day there couldn't be a better time to be among their numbers.

Now, for the population of nay-sayers out there, the people who think positive thought and attraction are just new-age mumbo-jumbo I have a book suggetion. The New Psycho-Cybernetics, written by Maxwell Maltz M.D., is a book that fills in the gaps left by The Secret, giving you real scientific evidence and a well thought through outlook on the why and how of this phenomena. For those of you out there who scoff at the idea of wasting your time reading a book you already know you disagree with I would ask you what you have to loose? What is it possibly going to hurt in your life if you read through this book?

The answer... Nothing. I am confident that reading this book will have no negative side effects on your life, health or your mind. Now ask the same questions about the 'helpful' drugs we shove down our throat to make us feel happy, more stable or concentrate better. These drugs are generally associated with a LONG list of side effects ranging from minor nuisance to life threatening. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying that these prescriptions should be overlooked completely, I believe everything has its place and use however, I don't believe these medications to be a permanent or even long standing solution in most cases. They are necessary to get us started down the right path but in order to actually make a long lasting impression in our life's we have to take over responsibility for ourselves. This is where this book comes in, especially for the Doubting Thomas. This book offers a solid and firm foundation to begin building your new perspective on.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone who believes there is still room for them to improve themselves.

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