Nothing new here, all I've seen in the low reviews is dead on. For a book to tout a one-stop-fits-all is beyond absurd. The only reason I gave this book a one is there are no zero's to chose.
Do yourself a favor, steer clear. The authors espouse being objective in our thinking, to open our paradigm to new experiences, and then start the longest subjective diatribe I've ever had to endure.
Maybe this works for the authors, but I categorizing every human being into tiny compartmental entities and then obviously leave out the tenets of all major psychological and ethical works since Aristotle, is unexcuseable.
This was a total waste of time.
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