Page ix likely causes significant curiosity for the reader. Page 13 contains an interesting consideration. Sixteen to seventeen gives a clear understanding of author's view of how to solve a problem. Broad consideration of hypnosis on page 47.
Chapter 8 is probably the most attention-grabbing part of the book in my opinion. It not only explains karma, but the author's view about the afterlife.
Of you was to use hypnosis for a memory of something that happened two weeks ago for instance, page 89 is a good place to start for addressing that.
Page 97 addresses another reason many people could experiment with hypnosis; it's certainly a topic I find anticipating.
Those wondering what the book might have regarding a current relationship would was to check out pages 107 to 108.
Pages 112-113 are about part of the work the author is greatly known for.
Pages 153 to 154 are very unpredictable parts of the book in my opinion. Aside from that, 154 also has about parallel universes.
Even certain Christians might appreciate pages 175 and 183 to 184.
On page 179 there's a topic mentioned almost anyone interested in New Age material would probably find interesting.
If you did some research about the health benefits of reading in general, you'd be amazed. It's also healthier to read paperback or hardcover books as opposed to using electronic devices. You might think it's more beneficial to generally read nonfiction as opposed to fiction, but consider the visual benefits of reading even if it's fiction. And consider how beneficial it could be to try to learn if something is fiction OR nonfiction! :D
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