September 20, 2006
Creative Visualization for Beginners
By Richard Webster
Publisher: Llewellyn Publications (January 2006)
Pages: 224 - Price: $12.95
Review by Lee Prosser - firstname.lastname@example.org
Richard Webster is no stranger to the paranormal or supernatural readers, and he is a prolific author. He lives in New Zealand and conducts workshops on the metaphysical, and lectures on metaphysical topics.
This is a nice, well-conceived book on visualization techniques. As a guide book for beginners interested in visualization, it is the right book at the right time and at the right place. It is designed to help the reader achieve personal goals through visualization.
Creative Visualization has seventeen chapters, an index, notes, and a suggested reading list for further study. The introduction is concise and helpful.
Among the many topics covered are definitions and how it works, power of belief, desire, dreaming the impossible dream, affirmations, and overcoming personal problems. This is an educational book, and one that will hold the readers in good stead as they pursue creative visualizations in their personal lives.
Nicely written, attentive to important details, and clear.
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