I found the audiobook to be slightly long and on the very detailed end. A lot of items will not pertain to a lot of people particularly later on in the book but I suppose this is needed to cover all grounds. I really found it insightful at the beginning but it didn't keep my interest about half way through.
I also wish Deepak Chopra himself has narrated it. The narrator has a very boring voice.
Still recommend though.
This is one of the best audiobooks I've listened to. It is incredibly insightful and to the point. I do wish some areas were expanded on because they are so deep they require more though. You really need to listen to this several times and then work on each law and then go back and re-listen. It takes dedication and lots of work to master these laws.
If you haven't listened to any of these types of books I wouldn't recommend it as a first book. I think it's more for those that follow spirituality and the laws of the universe and have listened to many books on the subject. Still save it on your list and listen to it at some point. The message is profound!
One of my favorites on the law of attraction. James Arthur Ray speaks very openly and practically and he's really a wonderful writer and narrator. The information in this book is extremely insightful and eye opening and yet once you hear it you realize it's also appeals to your common sense. In essence it's things you already know at a deeper level that you may have lost track of.
This is a must read!
This is a wonderful book. The 5 step process to attracting what you want. There's a lot of good insight and stories and since it's written by Joe Vitale it has it's share of advertising which I generally ignore. But this is one that you need to listen to a few time to get all the info that's provided.
After a few reads I realized there's so much information in this book that the 5 steps get lost, so I began writing notes on the audiobook to weed out all the information and get to the bulk of the 5 steps. I would recommend this for most as from the time you listen to this until the end, you forget the beginning.
I enjoyed this book because it takes some key factors our of all the other books and places it in a separate book. The book discusses the 3 stages yet there is a 4th "surprise" stage. It's short and to the point and very intuitive. It combines all of Joe Vitale's books with examples so if you've read his other stuff this will sound very familiar. But I think it was vital to put these 3 stages in a separate book. Would recommend.
I've enjoyed many Joe Vitale's books but agree with other reviewers that this book has too much advertising. In general Joe Vitale's books have many advertising of his other books and other writers' books but this one seems like an infomercial. Unfortunately if this is your first read by Joe Vitale you may feel inclined to not read any more of his books, in this way he discredits himself.
He tries to sell his miracle coaching and so many other things he's worked on yet when he answers questions he says I've never been after money, I just go after what I love. Someone not after money that's already made money and is in the public eye shouldn't try to market himself so much.
This book ruined Joe Vitale's work for me. I do like other like Jack Canfield and James Arthur Ray who speak about the same subject and seem more sincere and less after money.
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