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Let's Help Create a Better Future! Seek Wholeness First!

The main mistake of humankind is trying to find happiness outside one's self in external situations and material things instead of within the heart or spirit through correct eating, herbs, divine love, chastity and hours of daily concentration on Spirit in meditation. The result of the general human population ignoring its own true nature as infinite, eternal inner love, joy and fulfillment results in a long history of catastrophic problems such as wars, pollution, poverty, crime, murders, natural disasters, financial disasters, famine, and terrible diseases. Strong negative emotions such as greed, lust, envy, hate, grief, aversion and fear cause confusion, darkness and misery. It is of paramount importance to balance emotions and seek only the deepest levels of wholeness possible to create a far more beautiful future.

What? A One-Star Review for my E-book, "Seven Steps to Wholeness"?

I was truly astonished to find a one-star review on my most essential and most important publication, "Seven Steps to Wholeness" so I wrote the following letter and comments in response to that "one-star rating" paragraph written by someone who calls himself "Max" and who obviously did not properly read or understand what "Seven Steps to Wholeness" is really all about. His post is the second review (by "Max") at my Amazon.com listing where it says, "Viewers, do not fall into the attractive Table of Contents of this books preview, it is a Warning" here:

Seven Steps to Wholeness

Here is my letter written to "Max" in response to his review of my work:

My dear friend, I am trying to reach you, but so far you have not responded. I can't find any information from your anonymous, faceless profile either, so how can I reach you?

Again, "Seven Steps to Wholeness" definitely does not deserve a one-star review, not by a long shot! It would have to be either too short (like less than 20 pages), not represent the title at all, or be very hard to read or very poorly written, completely irrelevant or with none of the information covered in my synopsis. Yet none of these shortcomings apply to my work.

Most of the things you said in your review are either simply not true or could easily be construed as a negative twist of many of the most positive aspects of my book. It seems as though you took some of the better attributes of my publication and warped them into negative attributes. If you put a shoe on backwards, of course it won't fit!

I am beside myself after reading this:

"i was seriously expecting this book to be the last resort of my research to shift to a perfect light diet that would help me be in perfect health by eating less, eating only required minerals that my body needs."

This is exactly what the first half of the book explains in great detail! How did you miss it?

Again I am beside myself:

"...most of the things he is talking about is all found on internet, aloe Vera and all health product websites."

This book was based on my own very challenging life-long experiences, observations and experiments, and then written entirely in my own words. Of course nearly any subject, food or substance anyone writes about is bound to be found on the internet! So what was the point of saying that Max? In fact I would HOPE that ALL the products that I mentioned can be found on the internet, making it easier for my beloved readers to find out more about these essential health products and obtain them.

In your review you said,

"i thought author would just list all what i should eat in breakfast, lunch & dinner and provide list of all the ingredients i must add to make the liquid food..."

yet the first half of the book went into great and lengthy detail on how to and why one would do just those things, including the correct way to fast between meals, etc. and then how to apply the list of food, supplements, etc. to create a liquid diet which should not, especially at first, be 100% of your diet.

Then you wrote,

"...seems you yourself need a lot of studies on this subject."

What a great thing for you to say after I nearly died (and I contemplated suicide many times) from multiple symptoms of devastating food related illness, severe depression, agoraphobia and anxiety and then pretty much on my own over many decades of time had to struggle my way out of this dire situation. Out of dire necessity, I dedicated my entire life to this subject of food, nutrition and spiritual wholeness.

"his name us "Russell Symonds" & he has nicked himself a "Yogi Shaktivirya", are you joking? tagging yourself as a "YOGI" and talking about stuffs found on internet and wasting peoples time."

I am utterly dedicated to learning how to be a real yogi, Max, so perhaps calling myself "Yogi Shaktivirya" is a little premature, but all my life I live a pure, God-centered lifestyle, transmute celibacy, and live to serve others while enjoying the amazing pleasures of the inner Spirit. Those who's time gets wasted while reading my knowledge is most likely not ready for the information I give them. And by the way, the internet has become so vast these days, anything not found on the internet may not even exist!

"...do you even know what "YOGI"'s really are mr. russell? they fast for years without eating anything! and in the book you talk about "People dying" if they do not take enough minerals..."

I sure HOPE I mentioned "people dying" from dietary imbalances such as a lack of minerals! And some people trying to live entirely without food need to be warned about all the dangers and hazards! It is vital to make such a transition to all pranic nourishment gradual, if at all! This is not to say there are no breatharians, just that there is so much to understand and master regarding such a drastic transition. Really and truly my friend, you should only seek wholeness first, not the idea of fasting for years without eating anything!

"i did not get what i was expecting from this book & i left reading the book after reading half of it as author seemed to be stretching short things too long and never spoke to the point of what one should it and don't eat in a list."

From this statement, it seems that not only did you not read the second half of my book (just as essential as the first half) but you also did not read the first half! I have no idea how you missed all the lists I carefully put down in my book to help my readers understand everything they need to choose from.

Everything you wrote about regarding my book seems like a deliberate bias toward the negative with no actual or substantial reasons. When you write reviews of author's books, please don't let your emotions bias your judgement.

You also wrote, "sad i spent money on this book." and you did not get a refund yet?

All the best and many blessings to you, Russell

I have to say the internet can be a very hostile place, especially to affiliate publishers and writers of books that are extremely significant in ways very few seem to fully comprehend or appreciate. What little money I do manage to raise for my vital research is always offset by consequences. Google has trashed my number one position on keyword, "wholeness" and now I am barely hanging by a thread of traffic. My website continues to undergo many cyber attacks (hack attempts) every day, especially on student holidays, and from IP addresses throughout all parts of the world. I try to track them down and inform the authorities. It is very, very sad that someone with only the intent to help this world be a better place for everyone, is to constantly be up against individuals who seem to have nothing better to do than make life miserable for everyone else (and ultimately themselves) for such negative people will definitely reap what they sow.