Lame. Unimpressive. Obvious. Ick. Glad that only took several hours to read.
The book was essentially about feminine verses masculine energies and the way they operate and form relationships. Hence my last post on my own femininity. But the book had nothing profound or anything beautiful to offer. It repeated a lot of dumb abstract crap and didn't really get into the depths of the truth of the types of energies it was addressing. In its explanations I felt like nothing was fully explained, and its expressions fell absolutely flat.
I would not recommend this book to anyone.
Strange though, I've heard people rave about Deida's talks and seminars. Hopefully his writing is just a polar opposite of the energy that I hear so much about!