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Karmic Capitalism will train the reader to become psychically empowered, financially independent and attain spiritual growth if you follow the instructions presented. I discuss such concepts as limiting beliefs, affirmations, visual imagery and accessing our Higher Self to raise our consciousness and establish a foundation for karmic capitalism. The basic concepts of metaphysics and their relationship to spiritual growth are given. Many self-hypnosis exercises are presented to apply these techniques in your life.

©2012 Dr. Bruce Goldberg (P)2012 Dr. Bruce Goldberg

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Would you recommend this book to a friend? Why or why not?

Not really. I actually purchased this on a very high recommendation from a respected friend, so I really had high hopes, and was excited to read it. It turned out to be disappointing. Perhaps the style just didn't jive with me. I can;;t really even pinpoint why I didn't care for it; I just didn't. I do believe it contains valuable spiritual truths; maybe I just struggled with the delivery.

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I did not like the delivery. It almost seemed automated to me.

What did you take away from Karmic Capitalism that you can apply to your work?

We really need to examine our paradigms

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