Your Mind is a Liar

And why this is good news if you are trying to change!

Non-Fiction - Self Help
84 Pages
Reviewed on 04/13/2018
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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Your Mind is a Liar by Joshua Cartwright is an engaging book that helps readers to look into themselves, check the way they think, and make changes there because the mind can be a very powerful weapon and, if used in a negative way, can be detrimental. The book is a good tool for helping readers make a shift in philosophy when it comes to the ‘truthfulness’ of their thoughts. The book also shares some brief exercises which will prove useful when it comes to giving the mind the experience that change is possible. The book will help readers stop and think and make the necessary changes that are required.

Readers get a new perspective on how to look at life, sabotage the enemy within, evolve, and grow so that they will be on a pathway to freedom. The topic has been tackled carefully and methodically and in a simple way, making it easy for readers to comprehend and see where they need to make changes for their betterment and to lead enriching and fulfilling lives. The author speaks about the understanding achieved when one realizes that ‘your mind is a liar,’ which in turn will help readers think differently. The exercises for controlling the mind and building self-confidence are quite useful when it comes to readers controlling their own minds and living the way they want to live. This book is definitely a must-read for all those readers who want to see their life change for the better.