At the start, I considered this book another Buddhist book written in English but as soon as I finished reading the section, "ABOUT THE MASTER'S TEACHING", I was hooked to the core of the instructions. The striking core to me was "whenever a thought or an emotion occurs in your mind, offer it up to Buddha with reverence." Offering up to Buddha is termed "surrendering." Then, what do we offer up? Our freewheeling thoughts, emotions, and hatreds which can be broadly termed "karmic hinderances." In all Buddhist books I have read so far, they say that when karmic hinderances arise, let them pass without clinging. But it has been very difficult in my practice to let them simply pass. The uniqueness of the instruction is "the offering up to Buddha with REVERENCE." The author suggests that the space emptied by offering will be filled up with wisdom, loving kindness, and positive views. I wholeheartedly recommend this book to everyone who are interested in Buddhism.
I'm the reader of this book and I'm practicing. The technich of "surrendering" seems accessible practice to change negative mind into affirmative mind , limited mind into generous mind, dark mind into bright mind , cold mind into warm,comfortable and lenimate mind. Really, I feel that I get valuable treasure.