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Personal Transformation Help: A Call to Magic - the Artful Science of Transforming Self and World Paperback – September 28, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
I love how he started small, and then slowly throughout the ebook cast a wider and wider net, all the while keeping me centered and transfixed by his unique perception of magic and inner evolution.
Yes, it has an indie look and feel to it, but don't let that fool you. It's polished, and while you read through it, you cant help but feel like something, well, magical is happening.
Finally, in no time at all, I think by maybe the 20th page, I was ready to start applying and implementing this stuff. So far, I'll say that it has added some mystique to my life that wasn't there before. Thank you!
Williams does a marvelous job of introducing complex issues and scientific concepts in a thought provoking and accessible way. His references are broad and appropriate [also a good 'introduction' to Einstein]. A key truth here is how we do not perceive things as they are, but rather as 'we' are and this subjective relativism is central to the idea that openness and acceptance of our own human 'fallibility' should be at the core of a holistic altruism that could effectively be used to not only make our own lives richer and more fulfilling but ultimately benefit the human condition.
Deserves to be a bestseller!
I quickly discovered after reading a few chapters of Mitch's book, it is not about card tricks or pulling rabbits out of hats. Instead, it's a very deeply spiritual book without being the least bit religious, pretentious or preachy.
To my own delight, I found the book to be transformative. As I read each chapter I began to recognize that all that is happening to me is happening so that I can rise to the occasion to meet the challenges of my life head on, knowing that a life power sustains me every time I accept my various challenges with faith and trust.
I particularly enjoyed the fact that Mitch ended the book with a personal call to action. Mitch calls us to live in the present and choose our own happiness.
The best I can hope for by reading Mitch's insightful book is to remember its principles, because after all, in the end, we are all called to be magicians in our own lives.
My favorite example in the book is about difficulties being valuable lessons. His description of the trees in Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in the Inyo National Forest in California that were more beautiful after overcoming adversity, made me feel like I was looking at them through his vivid descriptions.
A read worthy of your time.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you want a fresh look at self help, this is the book. Easy to read, understandable but most of all... you can change your life using the information found in this book.Published on March 17, 2014 by Debi kasadine
enjoyed reading this and very insightful. Resonates with my core beliefs and gave me a few wonderful ways to look at life and increase my enjoyment from moment to moment. Read morePublished on January 15, 2014 by Edith Del Mar Behr
Mitch shares some "magical" ideas with us, yet the most powerful story he writes is about a youngster he took an interest in at a camp and how the listening he did changed that... Read morePublished on August 3, 2013 by Snaps
The "universe" keeps sending wonderful literature my way almost "magically!" My perspectives and world have changed for the good radically from the likes of reading The Dalai Lama,... Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by love2shop
I've been a student of the Ageless Wisdom teachings for about 40 years through such writers as Blavatsky, Bailey and, more recently, Benjamin Creme. Read morePublished on January 30, 2013 by Lynne