The publisher used to be known for formula books, that promised instant riches, love, and so on, with some easy to use sequence. The woman who wrote this put some interesting stuff into the formula. I recognize Chinese imagery, not dissimilar to what is in Divine Transformation: The Divine Way to Self-clear Karma to Transform Your Health, Relationships, Finances, and More (Soul Power) in much more detail. She discusses “Psychic symbols”, in a sense I can only describe as shamanic, in a way reminiscent of some sequences in Secrets of Shamanism: Tapping the Spirit Power Within You . This is useful enough by itself that Dr. Richard Bartlett incorporates it into his own system; one of his books is Matrix Energetics: The Science and Art of Transformation , which is based on quantum physics, in part. The range of stuff she covers is broad, and it takes a book like Dowsing and Manifesting and Theta Healing: Introducing an Extraordinary Energy Healing Modality to equal it. The vacuum cleaner thought form is also used by The Lightworker’s Way: Awakening Your Spirtual Power to Know and Heal . The only thing that bothered me is that she discussed how to harm people who are bothering you. To me, that is a moral issue. If someone sends bad energy to me, I deflect it, or transform it, I don’t send it back to the sender. Her idea for confining what appear to be low grade spirits [this may only be a metaphor, a symbol itself- it isn’t necessarily real as is] is ok, however The Future Is Yours: Do Something About It! and Theta Healing have better methods. The way she cleans out stagnant energy is similar also to methods as in You the Healer: The World-Famous Silva Method on How to Heal Yourself and Others . The author states she is self-taught, studying for years. This is a fascinating book, and well worth getting, even with its few faults. I got it because Dr. Bartlett recommended another of hers, New Zarronics, which has similar material but costs over $106 last I looked. She is also very good about having diagrams, which she had to have drawn herself, and illustrate what she is saying. This is a useful book, with ideas I’ve not seen elsewhere.