The Revelation of Why is a self-help book that doesn’t mince the truth of seeking help outside of yourself. Spurred by author Nathaniel Frazier’s life experiences and events, the book seeks to balance one’s “negative and positive character traits.”
Although orthodox in its techniques, the book’s thrust of delving into your own thoughts, and processing them equally, is concise in its direction that is missing from what is offered by the slew of similar literature available.
A dedicated public servant with certification in neuro-linguistic programming, author Nathaniel Frazier posits that balancing one’s negative
and character traits is a way to establish “instant rapport and receive a lift that can help through your day.” He explains further that the equilibrium of
balancing these energies, will attract more like energies, which, in turn could ignite change in one’s resolve.
Perhaps, more importantly, The Revelation of Why aims to help and support in the education and information campaign of what the author describes
to be the “mental warfare” in the minds of millions. This mental warfare is largely seen as indicative of character weakness, but within the book is
unique strength in the form of an accountability chart. The chart is a guide wherein one can examine the areas in life that need improving.
The Revelation of Why is described by the author as containing techniques to recognize mental combat in people. It offers logical and reasonable
techniques to challenge one’s self and others to build rapport, trust, love and understanding.