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Post by inspiredclancy » 06 Jun 2019, 09:56

"The world is a giant hologram of interdependent phenomena" sounds kinda deep. And i have this impression that the book covered so much. i'm longing to read this book, and to broaden my horizons on eastern medicines.
Nice review :wink:

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Post by vivalatianne » 06 Jun 2019, 09:56

The way the author did the research for this book is amazing. I want to read it not just because of the information that I will surely be able to learn and use but how the author did a magnificent work on writing this book.

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Post by Moushmi Radhanpara » 06 Jun 2019, 09:57

Thank you so much for ypur review. This does sound like an engaging read for those looking for self help books, or trying to deal with dipression or emotional turmoil. However, I am not much into these books so I shall pass.

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Post by Katt74 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:07

No doubt, a book filled with valuable insights.However, cannot focus due to confusing syntax.

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Post by Balazon2000 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:13

After sifting through the many errors in the first chapter, I was surprised to find myself nodding in agreement. The four chemicals created by our bodies are well known. I think I'll give this book a try. Congrats on the #BOTD

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Post by Hiruni Bhagya 81 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:18

Sarah Tariq wrote:
06 Oct 2018, 12:43
No doubt the book provides the rich knowledge on eastern philosophy and medicine. This book reminds me of another book like this, "Health Tips, Myths and Tricks." Anyways, you did a great job by putting all aspects together. Thanks for this honest review.
I too was reminded of Health Tips, Myths and Tricks, even if it was about modern medicine and condemned all the other alternative medicine methods like Eastern medicinal methods, which is discussed in this book. I think I'll give it a try and thanks for the interesting review.

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Post by Tars » 06 Jun 2019, 10:21

I am afraid such deep philosophy is beyond my measure. Call me dumb if you will, but I don't think it is necessary to search double meaning in every single little bit that added in total makes it life worth living. Congrats with reaching BOTD all the same!

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Post by Shanna29 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:22

A non-fiction book on eastern philosophy and traditional medicines sound like a good guide. I feel modern medicines do more harm to your body. It's always good to have alternatives. Great review.

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Post by B Creech » 06 Jun 2019, 10:25

Thanks for the excellent review! I read a little if the book earlier and it sounds like it has a lot of awesome information about alternative medicine. I have been doing some serious thinking about switching to natural supplements instead of prescription drugs ( with the help of those wonderful doctors I have)l Great job on the review!
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Post by angiejack456 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:26

I don't really have any interest in the healing methods detailed in this book. There are also severe editing issues. It felt like the book was translated poorly. I could hardly get through a few pages and make sense of what I was reading. Perhaps a few rounds of revisions could make it more readable. I am sure there are many who would benefit by the methods taught here.

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Post by Clemens Nickleby » 06 Jun 2019, 10:27

I am going to read this book, however with an eye for dissection. Holograms do not breathe and bleed, among other things. Eastern medicine has a lot to offer aside from its mysticism, and the review piqued my curiosity. Thanks for a thorough review!
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Post by kdstrack » 06 Jun 2019, 10:28

Books like this help people to know what other alternatives are available to avoid going the drug route. Thanks for your interesting review.

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Post by mwanikikelvin » 06 Jun 2019, 10:29

I believe that this review was well done and very informative. I loved how it was able to clearly show all the different aspects of the book. I also loved how it was so easy to understand, It was as if I read the book my self.

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Post by Tfresh007 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:40

That was a great book. But i need more understanding to get what in it

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Post by Prankz87 » 06 Jun 2019, 10:48

This is a very intriguing book about eastern philosophy, traditional medicines, and healing techniques, there is a lot to learn on this and im a little bit curious about the russian scientist who experiments telepathy using rabbits. I will definitely read this one. Thank you for the great review.

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