Cart

Money, and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Wealth, Health, and Happiness PDF, ePub eBook


Hot Best Seller
Title: Money, and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Wealth, Health, and Happiness
Author: Esther Hicks
Publisher: Published August 12th 2008 by Hay House (first published December 1st 2006)
ISBN: 9781401918743
Status : FREE Rating :
4.6 out of 5

2505836-money-and-the-law-of-attraction.pdf

In order to read or download eBook, you need to create FREE account.
eBook available in PDF, ePub, MOBI and Kindle versions


reward
How to download?
FREE registration for 1 month TRIAL Account.
DOWNLOAD as many books as you like (Personal use).
CANCEL the membership at ANY TIME if not satisfied.
Join Over 150.000 Happy Readers.


This Leading Edge work by Esther and Jerry Hicks, who present the teachings of the Non-Physical consciousness Abraham, explains that the two subjects most chronically affected by the powerful Law of Attraction are financial and physical well-being. This book will shine a spotlight on each of the most significant aspects of your life experience and then guide you to the con This Leading Edge work by Esther and Jerry Hicks, who present the teachings of the Non-Physical consciousness Abraham, explains that the two subjects most chronically affected by the powerful Law of Attraction are financial and physical well-being. This book will shine a spotlight on each of the most significant aspects of your life experience and then guide you to the conscious creative control of every aspect of your life, and also goes right to the heart of what most of you are probably troubled by: money and physical health. Not having enough money or not having good health puts you in the perfect position for creating more of that which you do not have. This book has been written to deliberately align you with the most powerful law in the universe—the Law of Attraction—so that you can make it work specifically for you. Money, and the Law of Attraction is formatted in five, vibrant essays: Part I – Processing of Pivoting and Positive Aspects Part II – Attracting Money and Manifesting Abundance Part III – Maintaining Your Physical Well-Being Part IV – Perspectives of Health, Weight, and Mind Part V – Careers, as Profitable Sources of Pleasure Also included is a free CD (excerpted from a live Abraham-Hicks workshop) that features the Art of Allowing your physical and financial well-being to come through.

30 review for Money, and the Law of Attraction: Learning to Attract Wealth, Health, and Happiness

  1. 4 out of 5

    Amy

    This was a good book about what all already fundamentally know. For me, these books are always good spritual reminders, which do precisely what I want them to do. That is, put me in the now, and in a positive place. Some of my favorite take-aways: "[T:]here is powerful value in abandoning any thoughts that do not feel good when you think them." "Before things actually manifest, your proof of alignment comes in the form of positive, good-feeling emotion; and if you understand that, then you will be This was a good book about what all already fundamentally know. For me, these books are always good spritual reminders, which do precisely what I want them to do. That is, put me in the now, and in a positive place. Some of my favorite take-aways: "[T:]here is powerful value in abandoning any thoughts that do not feel good when you think them." "Before things actually manifest, your proof of alignment comes in the form of positive, good-feeling emotion; and if you understand that, then you will be able to hold steady to your course while the manifestations of the things you desire are making their way to you." "You cannot get poor enough to help poor people thrive or sick enough to help sick people get well. You only ever uplift from your position of strength and clarity and alignment." "The more you beat the drum of anything [positive or negative:], the more you activate the essence of it in your vibration." "'How do I get from where I am to where I want to be?' And the answer is: Look in the direction of where you want to be, and speak in the direction of where you want to be, and never again look back over your shoulder about where you have come from."

  2. 4 out of 5

    Treo

    **NOTE, this is an abbreviated version of my too-lengthy original review. In the original, I get very specific about the negative consequences of this material. So if you’re struggling with this ideology or starting to question things, please go to my blog for the full version: Responsible Spirituality (there’s a link on my profile or just google it). The original review is posted there, plus great comments from other ex-followers.** These teachings do seem great and feel great at first, but even **NOTE, this is an abbreviated version of my too-lengthy original review. In the original, I get very specific about the negative consequences of this material. So if you’re struggling with this ideology or starting to question things, please go to my blog for the full version: Responsible Spirituality (there’s a link on my profile or just google it). The original review is posted there, plus great comments from other ex-followers.** These teachings do seem great and feel great at first, but eventually I found them harmful, not helpful. A word to the wise, if something seems too good to be true: IT IS. I was thoroughly committed to these teachings for 5 years. It took me on an emotional high. I felt that my life was amazing and felt I knew the secrets of the universe. This is mainly what this book does: tells you all good news and teaches you to manipulate your mood so you feel good about everything and deny anything negative. That's why it has all the rave reviews. Drugs would get rave reviews too if we didn't know any better ;) So, does it work? It is a dangerous mix of helpful and harmful information. I know that I felt better and more empowered than ever, which tends to happen when you buy into a philosophy that says you are all-powerful, there is never any reason to feel bad, and you must feel good to get everything you want. Lies can lead to positive change, can they not? The A-H material does promote self-worth, self-efficacy, a better outlook, considering what you want in life, etc. Some of the results I experienced were genuine shifts because of my more expanded thinking plus being in better touch with myself and believing in myself. But a lot of the results were emotional hype, temporary, ultimately unhelpful, and not based in truth. There are so many other avenues to an improved life, and I strongly recommend those that are not rife with falsehoods like the ones sprinkled liberally throughout the Abraham-Hicks ideology. First of all, this information is being channeled from an unknown source. Abers don't care, they are fiercely in love with Abraham and think that they know everything they need to know by listening to beautiful words that fill them with hope and love and excitement. Now that I am no longer brainwashed, I can't believe how naive I was. Emotions can be manipulated. Feeling good and right about something is not the highest level of truth or wisdom. Intense positive emotion can have a positive domino effect in your life for awhile, but it doesn’t mean the idea that made you feel good was pure truth and goodness. Please take care of where information is coming from. Don't romanticize entities as perfect, all-knowing, or all-loving. Only God is those things, so unless you foolishly believe Abraham is God, then take care to keep your wits about you just as you would if a charismatic human being was preaching to you. So who is Abraham? Abraham may describe himself as something like "leading edge, nonphysical group consciousness." But really, who is Abraham? An astral entity. Period. He can get away with saying whatever he wants because most people cannot even begin to verify the information! It's all just vague and nice sounding, and people eat it up because they don't know any better. “Channeled” does not actually mean pure or honest or better or without an agenda. It simply means… channeled! As for so-called "manifesting," during my Abrahaze I was over-the-moon to find the perfect item in a store, get a great parking space, find a nice apartment, have an inspiring conversation with a stranger, or come across a solution to some problem I'd been having: I was psyched to experience literally ANY synchronicity or “manifestation” as they were all signs of my specially cultivated "point of attraction." After my Abrahaze, I realized that this is just normal life. Synchronicity happened before and still happens now, solutions present themselves, people ask questions and the answers show up, just without the special story behind it. When you attach magical thinking and look for meaning in every experience, you find meaning whether it's there or not. It reminds me of that time my family member had a psychotic episode and was finding secret meaning encoded in every event and item. That's what Abraham-Hicks taught me to do is see normal life through a special lens of magic and manifestation. When I finally stopped to look around, however, my life was just NOT any different from anyone else's. I became practiced in thinking and feeling in a different way, but the life that is promised never came to be. My inner life was pumped up, but my outer life remained a “mixed bag” of “manifestations,” and was utterly comparable to everyone else’s life. If these teachings were presented as an emotional experience instead of a way to worldly success then--well, it sure wouldn't have a huge following, but it would be more honest. Instead it caused me problems. Problems included denial and delusion, losing all sense of how to properly solve problems in my life, numbing negative emotions, feeling special and superior, isolation from others, turning off critical thinking, and losing my proper intuitive guidance. These teachings appeal to those of us who really, really, really, really want to believe that the world works this way: short-cuts, effortlessness, everything you could ever want, a perfect world, no pain, no reason to ever feel bad. This book is full of sweet lies made to sound like the deepest wisdom and made to resonate with the part of us that wants it to be so. Believing harder does not make it so. Having a large, brainwashed fan base also does not make it so. As for life after A-H, suffice it to say that the truth is always better than lies in the end, and my life has improved on the inside AND the outside. The inner tension from living in such an unnatural state has lifted. I don't manipulate my mood or dream up fantasies and mistake it for accomplishment. My personal evolution is faster and more authentic without the distorted spiritual beliefs. And I am not handicapping my success in life by over-emphasizing emotional energy in a world that is so much more than that. These teachings are deceptive and illusory. You will feel all-powerful and tapped into great wisdom, but you will be more confused than ever. I doubt that the most successful people in the world are bothering with the sort of content in these books. In fact I believe that they have reinforced completely different circuits inside themselves than those that A-H will help you reinforce. A-H reinforces circuits that will make you LESS effective, not more. And for anyone reading this who is currently a committed Aber, if reading this makes you feel bad, it is not because you're separating yourself from the knowledge of your inner being, it's because sometimes the truth just doesn't feel good. You are living on Earth, after all, not in heaven. For more discussion, please google my blog (Responsible Spirituality) or see my profile for the link.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Danijel Brestovac

    Money, and the law of attraction : learning to attract wealth, health and happiness pg. 5- no one ever has or ever could have prevented your success - or provided it. Your success is all up to you. It is all in your control. ... Whatever I can desire, I can achieve. Pg. 6- when you give the credits or the blame to another for tour success or lack of it - you are powerless to make any change. Pg. 10- when you remember that you get the essence of what you think about - and then you notice what you ar Money, and the law of attraction : learning to attract wealth, health and happiness pg. 5- no one ever has or ever could have prevented your success - or provided it. Your success is all up to you. It is all in your control. ... Whatever I can desire, I can achieve. Pg. 6- when you give the credits or the blame to another for tour success or lack of it - you are powerless to make any change. Pg. 10- when you remember that you get the essence of what you think about - and then you notice what you are getting - you have the keys for deliberate creation. Pg. 14- you have to begin telling your story in a new way. You have to tell it as you want it to be. As you tell the story of your life (and you do it nearly all day, every day with your words, your thoughts, and your actions), you have to feel good while tell it. In every moment, about every subject, you can focus positively or negatively, for in ever particle of the universe - in every moment in time and beyond - there is that which is wanted and the lack of what is wanted pulsing there for you to choose between. Pg. 30- whenever I'm feeling bad, I 'm attracting unwanted. Pg. 57- there is never a situation in which there is not a way out. In fact, there are hundreds and thousands of practical choices along the way - but, out of habit, most people continue to choose the "lack" respective in situation until they eventually find themselves in an unwanted place where it seems that there are no more choices. Pg. 84- anything you are giving your attention to is an invitation to the essence of it. Pg. 159-are there any limits of control your body and mind? Only the limitations caused by your own limited thinking - and all are self-imposed. Pg. 182- what you are living is always an exact replication of your vibrational patterns of thought. Nothing could be more fair than life as you are living it, for as you are thinking, you are vibrating, and as you vibrating, you are attracting - and so you are always getting back the essence of what you are giving. Pg. 190- the secret to all success is keeping yourself happy.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Rosa Ramôa

    A importância do optimismo...

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kyra

    Keep in mind the disclaimer on the copyright page that reads, "The authors of this book do not dispense medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as a form of treatment for physical, emotional, or medical problems without the advice of a physician, either directly or indirectly." It's important, considering a segment of this book is about physical health. It's interesting to me, because if we had regulation around careers and money, there would also be disclaimers about those. Through Keep in mind the disclaimer on the copyright page that reads, "The authors of this book do not dispense medical advice or prescribe the use of any technique as a form of treatment for physical, emotional, or medical problems without the advice of a physician, either directly or indirectly." It's important, considering a segment of this book is about physical health. It's interesting to me, because if we had regulation around careers and money, there would also be disclaimers about those. Throughout this book, we are yet again offered advice about how to align our thoughts with the things we want. We are told to remember that when we feel good, we are on the right track. When we feel bad, we aren't. It's a very simple concept, and yet this is one in a line of many books by Esther and Jerry Hicks on this relatively simple topic. Understandably. They offer various processes and examples of how to achieve this better feeling, especially under duress. In fact, there is even a section called "Euphoria in the jaws of a lion" and another called "How cold someone feeling pain focus elsewhere". The goal is yet again to distract yourself from the unbearably unpleasant things in your reality. Eventually, in utilizing Jerry and Esther's processes and games I do believe that it is possible to be so swept up in irrationality that we can endure great amounts of physical and emotional discomfort. The best way to do this is to continue reading their materials, as they offer you the hope of the possibility of this kind of delusion, so even though you still may be in pain, this sort of fantasy will make you feel that relief could happen. Will it come? Based on these teachings, it doesn't really matter. If you delude yourself enough, you shouldn't need the physical or emotional discomfort to lift. But I must remind anyone venturing down this path that as appealing as wishful, irrational, or magical thinking may be, the downside of this material is that it also holds you accountable for all the tragedies of your life. This can sometimes lead a person to feeling tremendous amounts of guilt and self-blame on why their life is where it is. Other than that, go forward, read Esther and Jerry's fine words and work to convince yourself of the reality of this book. I hope for your sake that it brings you the ease you seek. If not, it doesn't matter, because as Abraham (the collection of nonphysical entities that have written this book through Esther) says, "All is well." Basically, no matter how much suffering you may go through, it won't matter. So relax. Read this book, and feel the power of certain self-deception wash over you. Read it as many times as you can, and do not let others who do not understand this material deter you from creating your own reality. If they persist, there is more material from Abraham Hicks available. There are CDs, books, DVDs, and affirmation cards. All of these can be of great value as we transform our lives with this trite work of fiction.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Reedy

    this is one of many books about the law of attraction. the philosophy behind this natural "law" is that if you are positive, think positively, act positively, positive things will be attracted to you. in this specific book, the focus is on financial wealth. parts of this book get me thinking. maybe i do need to be more positive. maybe this book can help me become more aware and in-the-moment so that when i am being negative, i can pinpoint it and try to reverse it. maybe this will help me have a this is one of many books about the law of attraction. the philosophy behind this natural "law" is that if you are positive, think positively, act positively, positive things will be attracted to you. in this specific book, the focus is on financial wealth. parts of this book get me thinking. maybe i do need to be more positive. maybe this book can help me become more aware and in-the-moment so that when i am being negative, i can pinpoint it and try to reverse it. maybe this will help me have a better outlook on life. maybe that will lead to feeling better about things as they are and taking the right approach to things i want. so on, etc. interesting. ad yet, the book is really repetitive. this is a great strategy for teaching, but when reading, it's too noticeable. i get distracted by reading the same thing over and over. also, they say they're going to reveal something life-changing, but i keep getting the sense that they're not revealing it yet, it'll come, keep reading, no, not yet, but soon, just keep, well, okay, not yet, bear with us... i don't know, maybe it's supposed to be my job to uncover the truth within myself, but don't occupy my time with dangling promises. if i'm supposed to figure it out on my own, tell me so.

  7. 4 out of 5

    عبدالله الموسى

    كثير من قراء هذا النوع من الكتب يأخذون العقل مدخل إلى اللاعقل ! لذلك تجدهم " دوغمائيين" يقتنعون بأمور تبدوا رائعة ولكن للأسف لا يستطيعون الإستدلال عليها .. وهذا عين الدوغمائية !!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Erin Estes

    Crazy talk with a few good points. Very disorganized.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Dave

    This is the second book of the series that my partner and I have read out loud together for fifteen minutes a day- and the impact is profound. Reading aloud brings a different level of presence and the words truly resonate. Great stuff. #timewellspent

  10. 4 out of 5

    Natalinek3

    Maby if i did not reed other LOA books i would like this one more. Reading the same sentences over and over again is not fun. I recomend "happy pocket full of money" to read instead of this.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Angelic

    This is a perfect example of "eating the meat and spitting out the bones". The central theme of the book is realizing that your thoughts, words, and energy attract like components from the universe. It was weird to hear a female voice answering on behalf of a non-physical being named Abraham, but again, the material was worth it.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    This self-help book focuses on improving life in the areas of finances and health. The premise of the Law of Attraction is that what you get in life is a result of your habitual thinking and emotions; that the “vibe” that you put out determines what you will attract into your experience. Bettering your thoughts, emotions, and “vibe” will better your life experience, not only in what you experience internally, but also in what you receive from life. A major theme of this book is the difference bet This self-help book focuses on improving life in the areas of finances and health. The premise of the Law of Attraction is that what you get in life is a result of your habitual thinking and emotions; that the “vibe” that you put out determines what you will attract into your experience. Bettering your thoughts, emotions, and “vibe” will better your life experience, not only in what you experience internally, but also in what you receive from life. A major theme of this book is the difference between alignment and action. Alignment is defined as how much your current state of emotions and thoughts represent your true inner spiritual being. The assumption is that this “who-you-really-are” is not only wise, but has something to express in this world, and your desires to have and do things are just a reflection of what this inner being wants to express. This book was written to help you fulfill your desires, thus truly expressing yourself. To do this, you must align with your inner being before taking action. When you are aligned with your inner being, you feel good. When you’re out of alignment you don’t. The authors’ main advice is alignment, and thus feeling good, before taking any action. They state that the majority of action taken when one is stressed, out of alignment and feeling bad will produce undesirable results. Indeed, they state that the whole “work harder when things aren’t going well, force yourself to work hard to make things better” concept does not work. They emphasize getting into alignment before taking action. Much of the book centers on how to do this. The case histories and examples prompted me to examine myself, a generally happy person who doesn’t have all that she wants yet, and in fact has some “issues” around work. This book helped me to identify the many times during the day that I do feel bad, and how I sometimes indulge in bad feelings. Especially around work! The book provides some simple techniques to “harmonize with your inner being.” Although this could sound rather lofty, these techniques do seem to be improving my life, and specifically how I approach my work. I also found the health section of personal benefit. I “always” get a sinus infection after I have the flu…except when I had the flu a couple of weeks ago while reading the book and employing a couple of its techniques. Compared with the similar book “The Amazing Power of Deliberate Intent,” by the same authors, there are fewer topics and fewer techniques for getting yourself out of your habitual patterns. I found this focus beneficial, and the book more valuable because of it. As a footnote, these books were supposedly written by a non-physical entity named Abraham, who is channeled by one of the authors and recorded by the other. I tend towards believing this, but even if I didn't, the techniques worked for me, regardless of where they came from.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Brian Johnson

    “If you are a student of Deliberate Creation, if you want to consciously create your own reality, if you desire control of your own life experience, if you want to fulfill your reason for being, then your understanding of these prevalent topics—money and the Law of Attraction—will serve you enormously well.” “Make statements such as: I want to be the best that I can be. I want to do and have and live in a way that is in harmony with my idea of the greatest goodness. I want to harmonize physically “If you are a student of Deliberate Creation, if you want to consciously create your own reality, if you desire control of your own life experience, if you want to fulfill your reason for being, then your understanding of these prevalent topics—money and the Law of Attraction—will serve you enormously well.” “Make statements such as: I want to be the best that I can be. I want to do and have and live in a way that is in harmony with my idea of the greatest goodness. I want to harmonize physically here in this body with that which I believe to the be best, or the good way, of life.” “Nothing is more important than that you feel good, for when you feel good, you are in harmony with your greater intent.” ~ Esther and Jerry Hicks from Money, and the Law of Attraction CONFESSION: Writing a Note on this book is nearly impossible. Why? Cuz my whole book is basically one long underlined with asterisks flying off every page! (Alas, I’ve pulled out some of my favorite Big Ideas but know that I’ve *barely* scratched the surface of this awesome book. If it’s resonating, me thinks you’ll dig it. :) And, now back to the show: Esther and Jerry Hicks are quickly becoming two of my absolute favorite teachers. As I mention in my Note on Ask and It Is Given, the idea of channeling Non-Physical beings kinda freaked me out at first. (Still opening my mind from my Catholic upbringing. :) At this stage, I’m much more open to the idea and, to be honest, I don’t care where they get this wisdom because it’s *amazing*. Truly remarkable. Here are some of my favorite Big Ideas: 1. Shortage of Connection - The only issue. Ever. 2. Your Lifetime Career - Follow your joy! 3. Most Valuable Skill - Control your mind. 4. Magnificent Money - Hold the vision! 5. The Reality of Your Life - Is NOT important. You can make money in an infinite number of ways. What’s yours? Here's my video review: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bTZrd... And click here to find 250+ more of my reviews: http://bit.ly/BrianReviews Brian

  14. 5 out of 5

    Ili Pika

    There are some things that Abraham doesn't tell you about... One place where Abe and I agree is that there is a dual nature to everything. Everything. Abraham says, "In everything there is that which is wanted and that which is unwanted." So when you manifest something that you want, it is necessarily going to bring with it something that you do not want. Think about that for a moment. Abraham calls this unwanted aspect "a whole new platform from which to desire." I call it inviting unknown conse There are some things that Abraham doesn't tell you about... One place where Abe and I agree is that there is a dual nature to everything. Everything. Abraham says, "In everything there is that which is wanted and that which is unwanted." So when you manifest something that you want, it is necessarily going to bring with it something that you do not want. Think about that for a moment. Abraham calls this unwanted aspect "a whole new platform from which to desire." I call it inviting unknown consequences into your life. If you are struggling financially, money certainly seems like the answer to many, many problems. And it can be. But it is not the answer to every problem, and having an abundance of money does not necessarily create happiness. Here are some things to consider. In addition to any of your own beliefs about money, the culture you live in comes into play. Culture has its own attitudes about money, poverty, and wealth, and they affect you. Even if you feel that you are a "counterculture" individual, you are still operating within and reacting to the culture around you. People who are impoverished can be seen as undeserving of respect, but so can people who are wealthy, depending on who is doing the looking. Some people see the things that wealth can buy and want those things, but also look at wealthy people and think, "If I had all that money, I would do it differently. I wouldn't be like that." You have probably learned attitudes and behaviors around money from whatever economic situation you find yourself in, and if that situation were to change, what you know now might not serve you well. Just as you might feel intensely uncomfortable having very little or no money, you might, without realizing, feel just as uncomfortable having a much greater sum than you are used to. One thing that many people want from abundant money is the ability to help those they love. "I'd share with (fill in the blank), I'd buy my parents their dream home, I'd throw extravagant parties and invite all my friends," etc. Here's the thing about that. If you give to someone - an individual, an organization, a family member - more than once, or more than occasionally, that person may begin to look at you as a source of support for their needs. If you are in a position to provide for them, they may come to think of you as their provider. Have you ever sent money to a charity and then received frequent and endless requests for more donations? Does that make you feel appreciated or does it make you feel obligated? How many "others" can you take on as dependents? How much of your time do you want to spend considering the needs and requests of others and whether you want to or should answer them? You may be thinking, "My friends and family aren't like that, they wouldn't do that," and in fact, that may be true. But there is only one way to actually find out; become significantly more abundant and then see what happens. But you are not going to be able to unring that bell. Or maybe you will want to be generous, but your friends and family will understand that they are no longer on an equal footing with you. They may feel that their relationship with you should be reciprocal, and since they can't reciprocate a gift from you, they won't feel good about accepting it. Will you feel hurt if your generosity is rejected? Or guilty, maybe, that you have so much when people you love may be struggling? Strangers may change their attitude to you, also. If you manifest the money, the big house, the fancy car, the expensive clothes, people are going to see those things. Whatever ideas they hold about wealth, in their minds those attitudes will now be applied to you, whether you "deserve" them or not. People who provide services to you, like the plumber or the car mechanic, may operate under the idea that "the rich can afford it." Their tendency to upsell, or pad their bill, or convince you that you need something that is, in fact, unnecessary, may increase. If you are hiring someone for their expertise, you may not be able to avoid being taken, since you won't have the knowledge to prevent it. People may become sycophantic in order to keep your goodwill, and you may find yourself with a lot of new "friends" who hope to benefit from your friendship. This can be especially problematic if you need professionals to help you "manage" your money. Will you enjoy managing the performance of your managers? People who feel resentful in general of those who have more than they do, or whom they believe don't deserve more, may express that resentment in covert ways. Are you willing to spend part of your time and money protecting yourself? Or do you think that you will have such a positive aura that it will protect you? Think about your life now. Do you lock your doors when you leave your house or car? Does that seem like a reasonable precaution, or do you count on your positive aura to take care of that now? Think, too, about how much of your desire for wealth may have been created by culture's ubiquitous and relentless advertising. Advertising is deliberately designed by very smart people to create two things in your mind, 1) the belief that you will be happier if you purchase a product, and 2) the fear that not having or using a product will make you vulnerable or undesirable in some way. How well do you cope with those feelings now? If you believed you had an infinite supply of money, would you be swayed by them more often or less? My point here is that a huge variety of attitudes about wealth exist in our culture. They can constitute a "whole new platform" that goes along with the manifestation of wealth. Did you know that most people who win the lottery are not happier after their win than they were before it? (Google "are lottery winners happier" and do some reading.) Do you really want an infinite supply of money, or do you want to have more time, more fun, more good-feeling experiences with those you love, less stress, more freedom from worry? Abraham exists in a place of "pure, positive energy," and because of this they can only be aware of the positive aspect of anything. Because of this, everything they say is said with the most positive spin possible, including the desirability of the "veritable fortune" that is just waiting for you to manifest it. Because of this they say, "You can't make a mistake." From their viewpoint, "mistakes" just create solutions, and you will eventually come into alignment with those solutions, even if it is after you die. Examining your own, and your culture's, beliefs about money isn't "negative" and won't produce lack. But it may help you to clarify exactly what it is you want, and what will actually make you happier if you have it. My favorite definition of happiness is that it lies somewhere between too little and too much.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    More than just covering how to attract money this book goes in depth about how to change your thinking to be more positive, thus making you feel good. If anything you will walk away with a more positive outlook and be happier. I am not sure about more money. Basically the same premise as The Secret, but with more explanation on how to use it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cathy

    Another positive reinforcement to my growing library. Abraham and Esther Hicks explain clearly and to the point how the laws of attraction as well as other laws of the universe can be used by anyone looking to improve their life situations. I reccommend it to anyone who is looking for answers to the questions of life... like "Why am I here"? It's in the book!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Chenley Cabaluna

    Another one from Abraham Hicks. I intend to read all of the Abraham, Esther and Jerry Hicks stuff lol. Sometimes I also listen to them on youtube. They were very inspiring and direct to the point and very helpful in my path to spirituality and goodness and patience and all the good things lol. I'll never stop learning and I'll never stop practicing loa. I believe that it is all worth it! :)

  18. 5 out of 5

    Debbie D

    Haven't gotten to the money part yet but have learned an interesting and simple way to turn from negative thoughts pattern to a more positive way. Changes what would be a bad day into an enjoyable one.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jessica

    Yet another fabulous guide from Abraham-Hicks! I am still keeping "Ask & It Is Given" as my all time favorite, but this is a definite close second! Far less about "money" than you would expect from the title, but that was fine by me. My favorite sections were the ones about health and career.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Bob

    I've slowed down on this book recently, but need to pick it up again. The law of attraction makes me feel more in control of my life.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jan

    Good book. Lots of info in here. There is a lot of repetition though. Although the whole point is to constantly repeat what you have learned to achieve a new mind set of abundance.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jonathon

    Great concepts for understanding the art of allowing.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Leanne

    The first book The Law of Attraction was very good though the others appear to be just repetitions of this book with slight variations based in this case on Finance and Health.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Anna Dalhaimer Bartkowski

    This is a book which should be read annually...

  25. 5 out of 5

    Liz Venter

    Listened to it every morning for 2 weeks.....so much to learn! I now practice being positive and attracting things I want, not things I don't want

  26. 5 out of 5

    Kathryn

    I gain so much from all of Esther Hick's books.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Frances

    3.5 I still have some issues with this, but this was much better explained than "The Law of Attraction: The Basic Teachings of Abraham" and I think some of the teachings were true, important and helpful.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Daralkhayal

    إن هذا العمل الرائد الذي كتبه كل من، إستر وجيري هيكس، يعرض تعاليم الوعي غير المادي لأبراهام، ويوضح بأن أكثر المواضيع تأثراً على نحو مزمن بقانون الجذب الفعال هما :السعادة الجسدية والمالية. يلقي هذا الكتاب الضوء على كل جانب من الجوانب الهامة في تجربتك ا

  29. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    I'm giving this one star more than my other Hicks ratings simply because I was able to finish it faster. In short: a must read for everyone who's into LOA but the repetitive emotionless dry writing style makes it hard to finish these books.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Sandy

    It rings bell many concepts . Generate energy by looking toward to things you want, not those you are lack of. Don't compare things . Since It generates the feeling of lack. What do you want? follow your high spirits day in and day out.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

In order to read or download eBook, you need to create FREE account.
eBook available in PDF, ePub, MOBI and Kindle versions



Loading...