A friend of mine, meaning well, approaches with this book in hand. "This changed my life," I hear, knowing full well their life is the same drama it has always been. So I read it to humor her. I could just cry sometimes when I see people are in such pain that they will attempt to find peace in anything, no matter how nonsensical, weak, useless, illogical, or just plain silly. This book was a prime example, reading it made my heart weep that anyone could feel so empty or whatever inside that they would abandon reason - that which makes us more than just another animal - and accept any of this. The so-called self-help industry is awash in this feel good nonsense, with the only goal of parting you from your money. But hey, if you want to live your life obeying what amounts to slight symptoms of indigestion, be my guest. My heart truly goes out to anyone who feels desperate enough to swallow such frivolous techniques as truth.