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Manifest Your Desires: 365 Ways to Make Your…

Manifest Your Desires: 365 Ways to Make Your Dreams a Reality

by Esther Hicks, Jerry Hicks

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All of the Hicks’s books deliver essentially the same message, to quote their Wikipedia entry, “that people create their own reality through their thoughts, that emotions are constantly guiding people toward where they want to go, and that life is supposed to be fun.” At the core of their message is the Law of Attraction, what many consider a physical law as real as the Law of Gravity. Simplistically, the Law of Attraction states that our thoughts draw certain events to us. Negative thoughts attract negative events and positive thoughts attract positive events. The Hicks’s books contain many, many exercises to aid the reader in making positive thinking a habit. Manifest Your Desires: 365 Ways to Make Your Dreams a Reality is a year’s worth of exercises and reminders gleaned from their other books. It’s not only a good summary, but a wonderful way to be reminded that joyful thoughts can be cultivated. To get the most from it, you should read at least one of their other books. My favorites are The Law of Attraction and Ask and It Is Given, but any one of them will give you sufficient basis to benefit from this inspiring little thought-a-day book. Whether or not you believe in the Law of Attraction, a daily reminder to be happy is a nice way to start your day. ( )
  bookcrazed | Jul 2, 2014 |
This is such a pretty little book with lots of nice colourful pictures on each page, it's a joy to read. It is written as an inspirational book to fill the reader's mind with positive thoughts, with the intention of helping the reader to change their life for the better. I love the idea that we can create a better reality for ourselves just by thinking more positively. It's the type of book you can pick up again and again just to lift your mood. ( )
  MariaSavva | Jan 30, 2010 |
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