Pam has a candid way of writing which is entertaining in itself, and at the same time the experiments she presents are lively practices that can shake you loose and help you be aware of how fun this thing called “life” can be.
In many ways, what I have to say about this book I’ve already said in Buying nexium next day delivery, where I’ve gone into some detail.
This one begins by thoughtfully including a summary/review of the experiments from E-Squared, then proceeds to present 9 more (10, actually; one a “bonus”).
In some ways these are along the same vein, but with a bit more focus on mind-set and more subtle sources of manifestation.
Some of them that I particularly enjoyed and found effective are practices I’ve been making a point to incorporate in my every day life. The main value of this book for me was to remind me how enjoyable playing “in the field” can be, and why it’s worthwhile to do so.
I’m sure you’ll have fun with this and likely benefit over the long term as well.
Note: I received this book for free from Hay House Publishing for review purposes and this review reflects my honest evaluation.