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Book Review: Mind Files: Perception, Perspective, & Problems

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I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Mind Files: Perception, Perspective, & Problems by Penny Hodgson is an admirable attempt to show to people how to overcome their own sterile stored information and transform it into a vibrant useful, practical and beneficial information.

The author presents a working theory of how the mind works. The File Cabinet system is simple to understand, and it does offer a tangible way of realizing how our brain works.

This is the first time I hear about this way of archiving our thoughts, emotions and feelings and how the brain processes it. I found it very interesting, and it explained a lot of the things that I didn’t have a solution. Things that happened in my life in the past.

There is a genuine concern in the book to help people improve and help themselves become better both emotionally (feelings) and physically (Health).

It is a very well searched book with lots of books mentioned throughout and also questions that you need to answer if you want to utilize the full spectrum of the book.

It is a hands-on, practical book which combines theory and practice together.

If you are a person that always is on the lookout for books that can improve your life, then this book is for you. It definitely made me think and rethink few items about me and my life and also broaden my thinking horizon.

Andreas Michaelides

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