In the book The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, the author writes about the beliefs and notions that case an influence on our subconscious minds. Structured in twenty chapters, each one spells out instructions that one needs to follow in order to be content and successful in life. Murphy’s writing have helped many to discover and explore the subconscious mind to gain good results for life. This book embarks on a spiritual journey, where one is confronted with how to identify problems, before you get to deal with them in the right way. Joseph Murphy imbibes the reader about how to evoke the power of the subconscious to improve one∩╛Ès lifestyle. The book was first published in 1963, but till date it has not gone out of print. It has sold over a million copies and there is still a lot of demand for it. The author, with a lifetime of experience as a church preacher, had done extensive research on how the mind can be healed, which has been dealt with in detail in the first few chapters. In the other chapters he explains the importance of staying positive and how to deal with common marital problems, insomnia and ego clashes. According to him, one needs to stay young in the spirit and they need to use their subconscious mind for retaining a complete control over the thinking processes. The book has been used by millions of fans to remove mental blocks, fear and to achieve their goals. Written in a easy to understand language, the author cites many examples from his own life and that of other successful people to clear any doubts that may be there. The book can turn the thoughts of a common man towards positivity and can be used to help other people around us. For people who are interested in finding out about the basics of the human mind and want to explore the subconscious, this book is a must read. About the author: Joseph Murphy is an Irish born, American writer and Minister. He is the writer of many famous books, like Peace within Yourself, Pray Your Way Through it, Within You is the Power and many more. Born in 1898, he studied to be a priest and later moved to the USA to become a pharmacist. He was ordained as the New Thought Minister for Religious Science and Divine Science. Joseph Murphy died in 1981.