Book Review: The Power of the Unseen by Marcel Borgi

The Power of the UnseenGoodreads Synopsis

When you finally depart this existence for what comes next, how would you like to be remembered? For Marcel Borgi, the answer was one that would change his life forever. Lacking the funds to leave a large inheritance or the free time to volunteer, Borgi soon became fixated on one particular goal: he would be the guy who spent every moment of every day happy-all the time and with no exceptions.

In his dedicated pursuit of happiness, Borgi did more than discover the power of positivity. In fact, he discovered an entirely different world. Though technically the same as the world we are used to, this new world is experienced through a lens of knowledge and awareness, injecting every moment with newfound joy and meaning.

With a foreword by Mars Venus Coaching global network CEO Richard Bernstein, “The Power of the Unseen” is your front-row seat to Borgi’s life-altering journey. Learn to leave the “yester-world” of fear and stress behind for a new world of enlightenment, peace, and joy-and discover your own “today-world” along the way.


I received this book from the author through Goodreads First Reads

‘A book for believers or non-believers- and one that definitely targets those who believe that there is something more to life, or whatever goes beyond.’ ~ Marie-Christine Tayah

I’m not one to read books that focus on religion or spirituality, they’re just not my cup of tea, but I was drawn to this book because of a line in the synopsis. ‘-he would be the guy who spent every moment of every day happy-all the time and with no exceptions.’ A book that focuses on being happy? Yes please, I’m sold.

I have read other reviews for this book and many, if not most, of the people are Atheist. I felt like this was perfect in the sense that I’m a Christian so we’d have opinions of those who believe and those who don’t. Many of the things mentioned in this book are common sense almost, in that I knew but I never thought about it. I feel that they were things that needed to be said in order for people to take note of them.

What stood out for me was the power was thought. That our thoughts reflected greatly on our reality and what goes on around us. Borgi talked about the Laws of Attraction and even though I’d heard the term before, I never allowed myself to think about what it really meant. He talked about how if we focus our thoughts on love, trust, appreciation and acceptance, it emits forces of attraction. Fear, anger, disappointment and hatred emits forces of repulsion. He says that even thinking about things that are bad/going bad for us will automatically cause those things that are good/could be good for us to be repelled and vice versa.

Three great truths to acknowledge:

  1. Your thoughts are very powerful.
  2. The way you think affects your way of life.
  3. Ask. If you believe, you will receive.

There were many things in this book that hit me in the personal feels and that made me happy because finally someone gets it. I don’t have to struggle for the words anymore because it was all written there in black and white.

A few things I didn’t agree on but I think that’s based on personal beliefs and opinions. What I didn’t like about this book was the fact that Borgi referenced a lot of authors. This wouldn’t usually be an issue but it got so much that I felt like I was reading these other authors’ works completely. I liked Borgi’s writing style but some of the authors’ he referenced, I didn’t care for.

The last part of the book focused on the real reason of why I picked it up in the first place: happiness. Borgi says that these three virtues:

  • Forgiveness and asking for forgiveness
  • Communication
  • Love, love and more love

will strengthen our personalities as individuals and bring us collective happiness.

I started out loving this book but as I got through each part, that love turned to like and almost dislike because of the constant referencing. I rated this book 3 stars because I did like what I read and I do think that Borgi has a point. Our way of thinking does affect us whether we want to acknowledge this or not. This book really put things in perspective for me. It solidified the fact even more that I want to stop my negative ways of thinking and try to be more positive.

Read: 30 April 2017
Rating: ★★★

Publication Date: 20 November 2015
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Link to Author’s Goodreads Page: Marcel Borgi

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2 thoughts on “Book Review: The Power of the Unseen by Marcel Borgi

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  2. Thank you Caron
    The reason of using other authors references in the book is to support the idea that what i experienced is not personal, it can happen to any one.
    The purpose of this book is to send a message to the reader that by changing the way he or she thinks, behaves and believes can lead to a better and happy life.
    My best regards
    Marcel Borgi

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