I think my favorite part of this book is Chapter 7: A Magical View of the World, because it answers the question of "okay now that I know that I'm superstitious what can I do about it?" He says a couple ways to stop superstitious thinking is to teach critical thinking or promote science education to young children. These small steps can help stop the development of a superstitious belief system and replace it with a logic based belief system.
I'm actually extremely happy I chose to read this book with the course. I don't know if I would have liked the other books more, but I plan to read them just because of how much I enjoyed Vyse's book and this course. What I loved is that the book and course seemed to be designed to bring awareness to us psychologically. There were so many times I caught my self and analyzed the superstitious thought that passed through my head. Why was I having it? Where did it originate? Does it logically make sense? The course was almost like cognitive behavioral therapy for me haha.
In conclusion, I found that a book and course like this should be read/taken by everyone at some point during their lives. I took a poll of 30 random people asking if they believed in magic or held any superstitious beliefs. Out of the 30 random people I asked all of them answered yes to the questions. I could only imagine this on a larger scale. This course, my little experiment, and the book show that most people hold superstitious beliefs and some are harmful to people. That's why I think people need to become self aware and disregard the harmful beliefs by reading a book like Vyse's.