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The Everything Law of Attraction Book: Harness the power of positive thinking and transform your life

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The Everything Law of Attraction Book: Harness the power of positive thinking and transform your lifeRate this post If you believe it, it will come…that’s the Law of Attraction – and this ancient concept is attracting more attention than ever. This book picks up where The Secret leaves off and begins with an exploration of

The Everything Law of Attraction Book: Harness the power of positive thinking and transform your life
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If you believe it, it will come…that’s the Law of Attraction – and this ancient concept is attracting more attention than ever. This book picks up where The Secret leaves off and begins with an exploration of the historical, cultural, and religious presence of the Law of Attraction. The book then draws upon the self-help elements to provide practical strategies on how to retrain the mind to achieve specific life goals. Packed with fun and enlightening exercises and tools, you will learn how to use your thoughts to attract the perfect partner, chart a course for success in career, become a money magnet, banish stress, and more. With an appendix full of self-help worksheets to support you on your journey, you will have all you need to put the Law of Attraction to work for you.

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absoluttrance says:

Great book, gives a solid overview of the Law of Attraction. Very easy to digest and written in practical, down-to-earth terms. If you’re new to the Law of Attraction, or if you’re a seasoned metaphysician, this book does a great job either as an introductory book or a refresher course. I’d definitely say it’s an essential for it’s easy read, and quick and simple overview on how to apply the concepts to your life.

A. D. Jernigan says:

Like this…and it’s approach… I do wish however it hadn’t relied quite so heavily on Indian mysticism as it did bc there are a multitude of other ideas, dogmas and philosophies it could have pulled equally from. I’m going to institute some of the recommended practices in this book and see what becomes of things…nothing to lose by trying right? Guess we’ll see what we see. I think it does impart a more positive mindset just reading it so I see that as a good thing.

Stacy Lenee says:

Yes Everything This was like one giant spread sheet that shows how this subject is treated from many perspectives and philosophies. This saves much time researching through piles of research.

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