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I am very tired of The Law of Attraction and Prosperity ala The Secret et al that is about Materialism. If you want the spiritual practice of Abundance - if you want the spiritual understanding, this is the book. If you only want the red sports car... go to Napoleon Hill or Wallace Wattles (but don't expect to understand more or feel better).
This is an overall spiritual book. This book basically produces the jist of all religions' basic teaching. No matter which religion you belong to, you would feel that the author is talking about some facet of your religion.
I always like books that reinforce the power of our thoughts and feelings which determines what shows up in our lives rather than looking outside ourselves to blame. With this book speaking about money and prosperity, the best way to make a change is to work on yourself and your beliefs. Understanding that concept is the first step and this book helps you to grasp that fact.
As I sometimes get too busy to sit and read, It is great to be read to while I continue to move about. Great Spiritual message on source and supply.
joy and prosperity are my birthright...
doing what i love most to do and getting paid for it.. (:
no...yes i would have loved to had time and then listen to it all over again... doing a book study at Unity of Arlington with this yummy book
thank you.. (:
This book is an essential asset to one's spiritual journey and practice. Based in new thought and metaphysics, it is a comprehensive and supportive text emphasizing how we see and understand ourselves gives insights to our growth, development and purpose in life. What I love the most about this book is that it's not a prosperity text about how to get rich or increase your salary. It approaches abundance from a divine perspective and always reminding us about the substance from which we were created. Prosperity is a byproduct of first knowing the divinity of our potential.
The content and delivery are truly outstanding. No wonder the author is often referred to as "the 20th century Emerson. I highly recommend this book . I loved it !
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