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    I have never read anything like this book before!

    I was at once intrigued by the title of the book. Mindipulation…hmm.. The first thing that popped up in my mind was the quotation of Humpty Dumpty from “Through the looking glass” when he was explaining to Alice the meaning of the Jabberwocky poem: “You see it’s like a portmanteau — there are two meanings packed up into one word.” I had to discover what was hiding behind such an unusual word. I have never read anything like this book before! It’s a life-changer in all possible meanings you can assign to this word! Deeply philosophical, with an underlying psychological theme, it strikes you as lightning, out of the blue, with its deductive reasoning, conclusions, picturesque, image-bearing comparisons, situations, and characters. This book is about me and you, and the real world we live in, and the real challenges we face. Reading «Mindipulation», you’ll probably want to exclaim: «I knew it!» or «I‘ve been thinking the same for my entire life!» and even «These are just my words! » The truth is that the author has made such an enormous effort to state facts, ideas, and conclusions in the clearest, most coherent way, that at times readers can even confuse the lines from the book with their own thoughts. This book really reminded me of the importance of truly original thinking among people. In a very easy to perceive way the author analyses vitally important aspects, giving answers to nearly all of the questions we keep on constantly asking ourselves. It is very hard to single out the most favorite parts of this book, but I was greatly impressed by the chapter “Tears dripping from a rainbow” as well as “toxic people”, who contaminate their social environment and a completely new notion of the word “groupie”. What can keep us out of troubles and make us think out-of-the-box? How to pay more attention to our own victories and transgressions instead of putting more excitement to our lives reacting to the success or failure of others? Open this book to find the answers to these questions and a lot more.
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