The Mercury Formula: Three Steps to Self Transformation - A Reivew

Today I'm doing a review of: The Mercury Formula: Three Steps to Self Transformation by J.R. Sedivy. First I want to add that I don't get paid if you buy a buy from this author. I simply do this for my enjoyment of reading new works and sharing my opinion.

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Over all a good self help book. It covers all the basics, knowing who you are, having focus to apply to a certain goal. There are references to all the buzz words for self help including "tapping into your intuition" and of course meditation. To me a lot of these are things that we like to think we can control. Humans don't like the unknown and like so many of these "mastering your life" style books they conclude that by completing a set of steps you can control your destiny. If I could be a millionaire simply by thinking positive, trust me I would be.

That's not to say that this isn't a good book. To the contrary it is well written, excellent references and a lot of inspirational quotes to help move the reader into action. And after all, isn't that what we all look for when we're going to work on a self help style book? We want someone who can motivate us. As someone who has recently sold nearly everything I owned and moved to another state because where I was living was making me unhappy, I can say there is something to the discovery, deconstruction, recreation, thought process. The key here is to make sure you have completely discovered what you're looking.

This author delves into breaking free from bonds of things like family, friends and expectation. We do need to learn to be able to do things that make us happy and whole while meeting any obligations that we have committed ourselves to. Not everyone can pack up and move the way I did, but if you can, some times it is the best move. Your true essence may actually be an iPhone. LOL

One of the big things I took from this book was removing negativity from your life. It is just something you have to do. If there are people in your life that are not making you happy, don't go around them. Find a way to remove that impact. You may not be able to move, but you can skip the holiday dinner. There is no reason to put yourself through that.

While I may not be able to will a million dollars in my bank account I can make my days a lot better by just doing some simple things like meditation, or more than that, removing the harmful negative energies that maybe around me. Nothing entirely new here but a great effort by the author to share some inspiration information with others.

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