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Post by Sirajuddin » 07 Jun 2019, 01:59

The concept of interdependent is amazing, as the author explains that all the organs of the human's body are interdependent, and all are under the state of mind. The efforts of the author are appreciable for writing this book on eastern philosophy. Thanks for writing a great review from your perspective.

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Post by briellejee » 07 Jun 2019, 02:03

Sounds like a thorough-researched book. I'm overwhelmed by the facts this book has. Not really keen on Eastern medicines since they are marketed and advertised rather too much than its effects. However, this book certainly is an eye-opener in some topics. Thanks for this detailed review! :tiphat:
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Post by prospero360 » 07 Jun 2019, 02:18

I'm always up for reading health books. It seems like the book does a good job of explaining the use of alternative medicine and its advantages. I still think drugs have a role to play in health though.

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Post by +-+-+-+-+ » 07 Jun 2019, 03:15

I just loved this book..and me being a medical student I found this helpful for me,it gave me some extra info..I appreciate the author for his excellence in writing this book in a perfect sequence and simple language which can be understood by any reader.

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Post by TheTrueNyree » 07 Jun 2019, 07:39

First thank you for the honest review.i am a person trying to live a more nature life, holistic healing versus modern medicine as much as I can. I'm just starting so I'm not completely switched over. I dont normally read books like this unless I'm researching something specific so I am not sure if I will actually read it. I do agree with Jesus being God and Lord and not just a mere messenger, so this part represented in book does not bother me. Congratulations on BOTD.

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