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Book Review: Open Secret by Ashraf Qazi

Open Secret is a simple yet highly effective self-help book that aims to help in providing a giant leap towards success, prosperity, and peace in life. The author Ashraf Qazi’s great personality is a blend of being a surgical oncologist, scholar, and researcher. After years of intense research work, he discovered the Splendor Equation. This book explains how we humans can get close to that equation and by pursuing what and how.

Everyone wants to lead a life full of fulfilling and successful experiences. Reading this book will open vista of millions of people across the world. This book is full of many practical suggestions and experiences, exercises, research study and insights. While explaining the concepts from scratch, the author has in between put equation to help people visualize the chunk of information he is trying to dole out.

Total there are 12 chapters, written in clear tone, with points to recollect at the end. The opening chapter is about thought, emotion, and feeling. This is a great chapter as these aspects build the basic outline for our attitude and physical expression in the world. The author has clearly explained the difference between feelings and emotions. Both differ but they convey something or other. Probably, emotions try to control us. But it should be just the opposite. The second chapter ‘The Anatomy of Belief’ is a powerful chapter. It is based on belief. As the author opinions, that belief is a kind of invisible master, people get under its cast quite easily. Getting a belief changed is something that shakes the rudimentary foundation of life.

As you chug ahead with the book, you will realize that gradually the author made point of all these aspects to pour them in the equation. He explains all…from self-esteem to decision making and much more. The author has intermingled sociology, physiology, history, spirituality all into one to come up with astounding theories and facts.

Mr. Qazi writes with clear precision. The language of the book is ornate, lean, and lucid – without any redundancy. He introduces the subject and then takes you into it. This way he made the book highly engaging. It is a good book for self-discovery to well-being to success and much more. Overall, a great helping hand in the distress time.

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