I finished reading this book last night. To be honest, it has been hard to read and digest. Very hardcore philosophical for my level. To put things a bit on perspective, the book was written on 1954… and half way the book you realize that things he talks about are still pretty valid nowadays. Without noticing, he is taking a approach to Easter philosophy (Buddhism) in contrast to the Western one. We are very focus in the “I”, in the material world, etc. We try to get things defined as something static and we need that for security. Our brain is the one leading the shots but taking a different approach, accepting the insecurity (you can’t control everything, you can’t know everything) you can live a less stressful and meaningful life.
Again, this is the typical book I should read 30 times to get really a full understanding.