I enjoyed this book up until a little past halfway. The first half is the author's description of how "matrix energetics" and other premises similar to that are used in the author's life (with a medical slant) and how he came to use these theories. This is good information, although if you have read a few books like this, you will already have come across this information.
But the book took a turn in which the descriptions of "matrix energetics" seemed a bit too hokey to me and contrived to fit the author's observations during his practice. I liked how the author states he doesn't actually understand WHY it works, but it works for him nonetheless. It would be easy for someone to lie and make up something, but the author does not appear to do this. It is obvious the author really is good natured and his intentions sincerely come across as helpful and positive, the book just got a little to "hokey".
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1.If you are looking for books about creating what you want in your life, with a "new age" slant, don't start out with this. Start out with something like "Ask and It is Given", or "Power of Intention" or even a classic like "Think and Grow Rich".
2.This book contains a medical slant and shows pictures and exercises on how to perform "matrix energetics". If you are looking for a book to help your own practice or need info like this with a medical slant, then this book is probably worth it. I haven't really seen any others like it.
3. The part where it begins to show and describe the "matrix energetics" is where it started to get "hokey".
Very enjoyable book. Am interested in taking the course in October 2007 in California.