Preeti Shenoy introduces Magic Mindset with her own experience over the last two years of a really “bad” thing; the pandemic. And even now the recent occurrence of a continuing military catastrophe that ominously could culminate in World War III, makes it even more necessary to structure the conduct of one’s individual life towards survival and meaningful living in an increasingly crazy and difficult world.
You may wonder how practical solutions of the mind can bring a seemingly somewhat more pathologically tilted world back to sanity. Perhaps Shenoy’s writing is a form of conceptual probiotics where the good bacteria out populates or out creates the bad. Enough survival behavior of a multitude of reasonable minds can help cast aside the shrewd manipulative aberrant unwise behavior of some. This book is golden. It stealth fully and skillfully outlines how anyone can actively restructure how they feel, how they think, and how they act to transcend any problems and live a meaningful life despite the sometimes crazy situations that can and do arise in life.
This reads like a kind of practical spiritual guide for a good-minded person or just anyone who might feel they need to sort some things out to have a better go at making their life happy. One does not know quite what to make of the mind fully assembled out of the box at birth ready for its ascent into full operational capacity after a person’s first breath (or even way before that as some people believe).
There are a few topics in this book that became my absolute favorite they are:
1. Re-tuning our mindset from The Magic Mindset can alter reality.
2. Want it badly, and believe it is coming from Magic Mindset for Money.
3. Take out time to put in the work from Magic Mindset for Relationships.
4. Doing a ‘ meal prep’ from Magic Mindset for Good Health.
5. Don’t force yourself to calm down from Magic Mindset for Exams and Interviews.