This remarkable book by Dr. Joseph Murphy, The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, of the pioneering voices of affirmative thinking, will unlock for you the truly staggering powers of your subconscious mind. Combining time-honored spiritual wisdom with cutting edge scientific research, Dr. Murphy explains how the subconscious mind influences every single thing that you do and how, by understanding it and learning to control its incredible force, you can improve the quality of your daily life.
Everything, from the promotion that you wanted and the raise you think you deserve, to overcoming phobias and bad habits and strengthening interpersonal relationships, the Power of Your Subconscious Mind will open a world of happiness, success, prosperity and peace for you. It will change your life and your world by changing your beliefs.
I believe Joseph Murphy was a PhD holder in psychology. That should be enough to make someone skeptical about the book he wrote. Well he played really well with your mind!
He knew things that humans crave the most – health, wealth and relationships. He then broke these categories into different chapters to maximize readership. After every piece of information he lays, there are a few case studies supporting that information. That’s his master trick. These case studies almost always get readers think that these methodologies do work.
But think this way – you only know a small miniscule part of the big story. He is deceiving you. You don’t know the total number of people whom he suggested these therapy. You don’t know how many of them failed. You don’t know if the ones mentioned are really caused by the therapy or was it a mere coincidence. You don’t even know if what he mentioned was true. And you’ll never know that – never.
It’s like a grandpa narrating some kind of fairy tale – all you do is listen and believe that it was true.
Reading this book gives the readers a feeling of happiness and satisfaction. But that would never last for long. So how do they not get this blunder? Because the without has many escape plans laid out in the book. He makes you believe that it was your fault for not giving your 100% while executing the techniques.
Meanwhile there are some people who think that the book is completely factual. Can you then explain to me why the author died at the age of 82, when he knew this secret to live for 120 years?
Also, there was no need to stretch a five page thesis into a 200+ page book. It’s full of repetitive information.
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