Marianne Williamson is a best-selling author (Return to Love, Healing the Soul of America), a world-renowned teacher, and one of the most important New Age thinkers of our time. In The Law of Divine Compensation, she reveals the spiritual principles that help us overcome financial stress and unleash the divine power of abundance. A guru to anyone interested in New Age spirituality, Williamson's words ring with power and truth as she assures us that, with faith in God's promise of prosperity for all, we need never fear the future.
©2012 Marianne Williamson (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers
Mariannes wonderfully soothing voice.
That there is no lack , that it is only an illusion.
Yes, I have and this one stands right next to the rest.
There is always a Devine order to things.
Good job Marianne!
This book was a wonderful reminder of skills and actions I should take consistently. Also a fabulous set of philosophies that were new to me. Excited for my next read.... A Course In Miracles.
I listen to Ms. Williamson's loving guidance with renewing awareness of God's infinitude and grace in all aspects of my life. Thank you!
I read books of this nature regularly but this one filled in the blanks for me. Having the information is one thing but knowing how to apply it, even when it's hard and when you feel it impossible, is quite another thing. Pray, forgive, love, surrender. . .then expect miracles. I've been so blessed by this book and will keep it close to me for a long time to come.
Yes, definitely. If more people came from the belief that there is plenty, instead of an attitude of scarcity, life would be so much more pleasant.
Realizing that focusing on scarcity is akin to living with a fear-based attitude. This book helps you to see there are options.
I was prompted to download this book today despite not having heard of the author; the topic just felt right - and it proved to be so! It was the perfect message for me at this time. Marianne Williamson's voice is very easy to listen to which is important, especially as the book is 3.5 hours long. I was planning on a lengthy walk today so I downloaded the book, popped in my headphones and was transported as I walked. Chapter 4 was particularly healing for me - I had the feeling of re-connection to the Divine. I treated myself to some time off and have finished the book and now I'm going to look for other works from Marianne. She refers to A Course in Miracles constantly thru out the book so I shall take that as a cue for me to purchase that course too! Very happy with this purchase.
The whole message is uplifting and re-assuring. I know this topic is spoken of by various authors and in various ways and they all have their place. I found Marianne's interpretation to be inspirational.
I love reading books but having the opportunity to listen allows exposure to more content. This is Marianne's interpretation of an age-old concept, and it was great to hear her tell her story. Her concepts reinforce the knowledge that we are Divine Energy and that God is within each of us; important at times when we feel as though we are alone.
I'll be looking for more of Marianne's work. I am happy to recommend this book. If someone has an open mind and believes in the power of thought and the omnipresence of The Divine, then I am confident that they will enjoy this audio book.
Marianne is so poetic in her approach to spirituality. This audio is particularly timely in this economy. It's a wonderful approach to finding one's purpose.
Very disappointed! The author rambles and repeats the same ideas and thoughts repeatedly. This book could have been condensed down to a paragraph. I hung in there trying to make the best of it but I turned it off and deleted it from my library when the author started pushing her political views. Didn't realize I was buying a book filled with political dogma. Not at all what I had hoped for when I purchased it.
I liked the content, but the delivery was too slow and reminded me of a meditation. I listen to my books during long drives, so falling asleep was not something I was after. There was also a lot of repeating of the same thing, which made me lose interest very quickly. If this book was made more concise and upbeat, it would be better.
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