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Publisher's Summary

The master motivational speaker and spiritual channeler now known as Abraham Hicks was born Esther Weaver on March 5, 1948, in Coalville, Utah. Her parents, Henry "Bill" Emerson Weaver and Ruth Blazzard Weaver, raised Esther and her sisters, Jeanne and Rebecca Weaver, in Layton, Utah. Contrary to the life of blissful luxury Esther Hicks currently enjoys, she was once a small-time girl. While she was enthralled by the effects of easygoing Rocky Mountain living, Esther says she "never really thought about things too deeply". It's amazing to think that the host of hundreds of life-changing presentations didn't always view life from the supernatural perspective we see today.

Raised on fresh mountain air and family values, Esther attended South Summit High School between 1962 and 1966. Esther's beaming, youthful yearbook photo was captioned "Witty and Wise" by her peers.

Here is a preview of what you'll learn when you download your copy today:

  • Esther Hicks' life story
  • The law of attraction
  • The importance of feeling good and manifesting what you want in life
  • How to incorporate Abraham Hicks' message into your own life
  • The partnership of Esther and Jerry Hicks

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  • Angelyn
  • Walpole, MA, United States
  • 09-22-17

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I enjoy self development books and I'm familiar with Esther/Abraham Hicks and wanted to learn more.

Unfortunately, it was poorly written, the reader was abysmal, and although I tried 3 or 4 times to get through this thinking there might be some nugget of wisdom I could use, ultimately I just stopped and decided to write this review instead.

I prefer audio books and can normally hang with readers who have little voice tics or have sound things that happen, but there were very long pauses (long enough that is check my phone to make sure it didn't just stop). Also she does this thing where punctuation seems to not be really important- she'll read as if there are a few paragraphs that are one sentence (there may be run on sentences in print-no idea), and then her voice inflection will indicate a period or comma in the middle of a thought. It's so distracting!

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  • Mrs T Woolley
  • 11-07-16

misleading title

the title is not what the book is about. I love all the other books by Abrahim Hicks but this one felt more like a rant about the struggles Ester had along the way with other critics/authors. I have not learned anything new or refreshing about Abrahim Hicks. The book was very poor and very disappointing.

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