Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Book Review: The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teaching of Abraham by Esther and Jerry Hicks


    An amazing book that covered three areas on the awesome topic. It has been shared by many during the past 10 years. Esther and Jerry deliver it a specific and meaningful way.

    1st    Our Path to the Abraham Experience

    The share how they crossed paths with a Ouija board and the impact it had on them. The witness the law of  attraction first hand!

   " I feel the eagerness for you to dive into this book to discover the simple and powerful Laws and practical processes that Abraham offers so that you may begin to deliberately attract into your experience everything that you desire, and so that you may release anything from your experience that you don't want."

    2nd   The Law of Attraction

   They begin to share about Abraham and how the Law of Attraction is defined.

 " Nothing merely shows up in your experience, You attract it-all of it. No exceptions"

   3rd  The Science of Deliberate Creation

   The process of deliberate creation is explain in detail.

  "if your are speaking about that which you do want, your thoughts will be drawn more unto that. You will draw more people to you who will want to talk about what you want."

  4th   The Art of Allowing

   The art of allowing is explained in powerful examples and illustrations.

  "We are teachers, and in all of our experiences of teaching, we have learned this most important fact: Words do no teach. It is life experience that brings you your knowing. And so, we encourage you to reflect into your own life experience to remember those things that you have experienced before, and to begin watching, from this point forward, for the absolute correlation between the words that you are reading here in this book and the life experience that you are living."

  5th   Segment Intending

 Everything then ties together with segment intending. The share insights on how this done.

  " some of you may find it more efficient and effective to carry a small notebook and to physically stop the identify the segment while you write a list of your intentions in your notebook, Since writing  something down onto paper is your strongest point of focus, in the beginning of your application of this Segment Intending Process you may find your notebook to be of great value

  It was great experience to read and learn from this amazing book. Look forward to share 2 more book reviews from other books Esther and Jerry Hicks have written in the coming months.

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