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August 1, 2013

[Review] Morphic Fields Made Simple (Book)

by Amelia Piper

Robert Mason has made something of a name for himself with his popular Instant Love Spell (which we reviewed here). The do-it-yourself ‘spell’ has always stood apart from more traditional offerings because it works using science. In particular, morphic fields.

Now Mr Mason has teamed up with author and fellow morphic field enthusiast Michael Ambazac. Together, they have quite literally written the book on the subject.

Morphic Fields Made Simple carries the subtitle “Find Love, Money & More” It’s a hefty promise, can it live up to it? I decided to take a look and find out.

The book is not a weighty tome, thankfully. Coming in at just over 140 pages, it’s an easy read and you can get through it in a day if you’re motivated. It’s split onto four sections. The first of these accounts for half the book, and is entitled “Foundation”. This is where Mason and Ambazac explain just what morphic fields are, why they are so powerful, and how anyone can use them. They then outline their method, which involves meditation and visualisation. Anyone who has used Mr Mason’s love spell kit will be familiar with the principle. It’s all to do with attaining specific brainwave frequencies in order to influence subatomic particles.

At one point it starts to sound a bit complicated, but then the authors throw in some practical exercises. This is where it gets interesting. The exercises are neatly structured and build on each other in a logical way. The final visualisation exercise was really enjoyable, and is something I wanted to keep doing again and again.

The second section of the book takes the concepts that were covered in the first, and combines them into what they call a recipe, in this case, a recipe for love. This is, to all intents and purposes, Mason and Stone’s Instant Love Spell unpacked. I have no doubts it will work just as well as that (more expensive) product.

The third part presents another recipe, this time for attracting money. Robert Mason offers a money spell version of his love spell product, so it’s not surprising to see this make its way into the book as well. There are plenty of caveats explaining that the money recipe cannot be used to attract huge sums instantly. Instead, it’s necessary to start small and build up. It’s sage advice, but I can’t help thinking some readers will ignore it, try and obtain too much in one go, and end up disappointed. Still, that’s hardly the fault of the authors, and they have done a good job of explaining exactly how the process should be used.

The fourth and final section gives a quick recap of the structure of the recipes already presented, and breaks them down so that the reader can reassemble them for use in their own projects. Some examples of such projects are included, with tips on how to best tune the process for each. Suggestions include losing weight, changing job, making friends, boosting self esteem, and giving up smoking.

There’s also a special section on dealing with insomnia, something I don’t personally suffer from, but I could see how their technique could be a lifesaver for anyone who does.

Overall the book is a great read. It’s easy to understand and for me at least, made me motivated to try the exercises and use the techniques. At the time of writing this review, it’s priced at $4.99 as an ebook, and $9.99 in paperback. At those prices, it’s an absolute steal, and I’d heartily recommend it to anyone interested in improving their lot, and especially to anyone interested in the science of love spells.

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