Title: The Magic of Believing

Author: Claude M. Bristol

Genre: Self-Help Book

Publishers: Rupa Publication

Rating: 5/5

The Magic of Believing is one of the most known books of its time and its excellent concept promises to stay in the trend forever. This book really talks about magic, the real magic, that one holds and can acknowledge it by understanding their subconscious mind.

We often come across the word – subconscious mind, but no one knows its location in the brain. Subconscious mind is what connects us to the core of the energy, our origin. This book teaches how to utilise what we already possess.

This book talks science – the science of your subconsious mind. This book tells how hard work and one’s belief walks hand in hand. Also, the reader will learn why some people achieve a lot and others don’t with the same potential.

This book comprises of different techniques to achieve the best. The anecdotes support the concept of the book brilliantly.

This book is written for people with flexible mind and are ready to do anything to achieve what they truly desire. This book will help a salesman, a billionaire, a housewife, a student etc.

This book emphasises on women’s power of belief. The reader will understand that a woman not only creates the mood and environment of the home, but the entire world. A woman can use this science in much greater extent than a man. The author has dedicated an entire chapter to women’s power.

I recommend you to read this book if you want to bring change in your life and are ready to change your thought process.

Read Book Review: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy

About The Author

magic of believing

The late Claude M. Bristol was a lawyer, lecturer, investment banker, and foreign correspondent. He is the coauthor of the long-time bestseller, “TNT: The Power Within

Ekta Singh Chandel

Ekta Singh Chandel

Ekta Singh is an Aerospace Engineer. She likes to read and talk about books. She loves to write and aspires to be an author and an entrepreneur.
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