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Change your Future through Time Openings: Time Openings allow constant information exchanges between Past, Present and Future. They give us ... us to optimize our Future BEFORE we live it. Paperback – June 21, 2011
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1. The translation is quite poor, and that's an objective fact. French idioms are literally translated, for one thing.
2. Even if you give the author the benefit of the doubt that the original is better than the translation, the text is still frustratingly repetitious and unclear.
3. When you try to find information about the author you discover that the only information you can find on the internet about him is--BY him, and, of course, it describes a wonderful fellow. Try Wikipedia, and you'll come up blank.
4. As someone who's been published in academic journals, I have to stifle a smile at the statement on the cover of the book: "Awarded Best Paper by American Institute of Physics." Really? First of all, you'd have to be talking about their Journal, not the actual organization, but it sounds quite odd. Best Paper? Who were the fellow contestants? Who judged them? When? Etc. It doesn't sound like the way academics do business in my experience.
Conclusion: I tried my best to take this book seriously, but I couldn't.
1: an extremely long advertisement for their "techniques". They never said exactly what the technique was, let alone how to do it.
2: good background study of quantum physics and how time plays out in it.
3: repetition of stated facts. 40% of the book, by my estimate.
4: I got the feeling that the book's (unfulfilled) promised technique was a love-child between: if NLP and Richard Bartlett's Matrix Energetics, love-child had a love child with the love-child of José Silva's The Silva Mind Control Method and Burt Goldman's Quantum Jumping. I got this feeling, and that was it, because the only times it described the process at all, it came down to this:
A. Clear your mind before you fall asleep;
B. Think about what you WANT to see tomorrow, next week, next month, next year, or ambiguous future;
C. Intend to send that thought collection to the center of our galaxy when you fall asleep.
The rest of this book was how cool the author and his friends all were because they helped cure a girl of a "genetic disorder" and a woman of cancer.
I don't know how this book could change people's life. I bet if they had actually shared their technique and processes, it would have. As deceptive as the book,this book should get 2 stars, but I gave it 3 stars because no one else had, and I wanted you to read my review.
What this book is is a halting explanation of time doubling. I'm not sure if that's due to the author's writing skills or if this is a translation. The explanation is in about every single chapter. There are dire warnings of danger all along the way; that if this isn't done correctly, you'll play out all sorts of things. I just don't see a clear-cut, step-by-step guide as to how to set up your sleep to achieve successful information exchange and avoid the dangers.
A reorganization of the book so that you start with introducing the concept, explain how it works with anecdotes then a clear chapter on two containing the steps to achieve what you're describing would be more beneficial.
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