Reality Transurfing 1: The Space of Variations

Vadim Zelands book, Reality Transurfing 1: The Space of Variations, has been compared to Rhonda Byrnes The Secret, something that is both right and wrong. Being called, the Russian version of the Secret, this book goes way beyond Rhonda Byrne as well as predating it by a year.

I came upon this book by change, a bit like if it had been put in my path to read. I was visiting my in-laws in France and saw the French version of the book. Having glanced through it, I quickly noticed that I had to get the English version of the book.

While researching the book and the author, I found both positive and negative remarks about it. What I noticed in regards to the negative remarks, was that the critic seemed unable to grasp the real meaning of what is being put forth in the book.

One of the things that I feel is putting down many of the self-help people and The Law of Attraction followers, is the tendency to sway away from the theoretical or philosophical idea about the universe and our reality. I usually get the feeling that the motive is the fear of loosing the followers because they "didn't get it".

I have an esoteric background, so when I got introduced to The Secret, and the Law of Attraction, it all made perfect sense to me. I only wished it would be explained better to the reader. And that's something Vadim does.

I can well understand that Reality Transurfing 1: The Space of Variations is confusing for some people, but that's because they have a difficulty to let go of their pre-programed view of the universe and the reality of their Reality.

What I like about the book is the way Vadim is not trying to sell you anything, or does it extremely well. He just puts forth the idea or concept and then gives the reader the choice to believe it or not. It seems that he don't care if you do or not.

One of the things I believe turns people of, is the "pendulum thing". To explain to the reader how we are surrounded by energy fields that steal our energy, he uses a pendulum and how he spins faster and faster in relation to the energy he manages to take from us.

For a logical person, it's clear as day, that we do not have pendulums hanging above us, let alone them sucking up our energy. And of course they're right, but just up to a point.

When reading about the pendulums, the reader needs to be able to let go of all our preset values and ideas and look at them as a metaphor for the energy-fields that surround us. They are not to be taken literally, that is, if you're not part of Vadims Reality.

I'm not going to go to deeply into reality in this review, but one has to realize that reality is relative at the best.

Vadims Zeland background is in Quantum-physics and that explains how easy he seems to accept the facts that he puts forth in the book. For the skeptics or the down to earth person, this book will not make sense, the reader will have to be able to go to the edges of his comfort zone and the a bit further.

What I like about this book, is its lack of coating. Vadim tells it as he thinks it is and is not trying to soften it up to gain audience. The result is a way, or technique that you can use to get better connected to the forces that form what some call The Law of Attraction.

Like the name implies Reality Transurfing 1: The Space of Variations is the first of many books about the same subject and that is evident in the reading of this one. Though the author gives you plenty to work with, he's conscious that he needs to keep something for the other books. This is actually the only thing that I can come up with as a criticism.

In my view this book is a must read and I'm definitely going to read the next one.

One thing on the side. I read this book using the Amazon Kindle, an instrument I had no expectations towards. But after using it now, I'm hooked on the thing and will be using it more often in the future.

So if you want to buy the book, I recommend you try the Reality Transurfing 1 the Kindle version, it's also cheaper.