Once known only by an elite who were unwilling to share their knowledge of the power, 'the secret' of obtaining anything you desire is now revealed by prominent physicists, authors and philosophers as being based in the universal Law of Attraction. And the good news is that anyone can access its power to bring themselves health, wealth and ...Read MoreOnce known only by an elite who were unwilling to share their knowledge of the power, 'the secret' of obtaining anything you desire is now revealed by prominent physicists, authors and philosophers as being based in the universal Law of Attraction. And the good news is that anyone can access its power to bring themselves health, wealth and happiness. Fragments of The Secret have been found in oral traditions, literature, religions and philosophies throughout the centuries. A number of the exceptional people who discovered its power went on to become regarded as the greatest human beings who ever lived. Among them: Plato, Leonardo, Galileo and Einstein. Now 'the secret' is being shared with the world. Beautiful in its simplicity, and mind-dazzling in its ability to really work, The Secret reveals the mystery of the hidden potential within us all. By unifying leading-edge scientific thought with ancient wisdom and spirituality, the riveting, practical knowledge will lead readers to a greater understanding of how they can be the masters of their own lives.Read Less
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This is an excellent book to read for all ages and genres from past, present, and future readers.
Aug 23, 2012
This book makes you think then think some more.
it leaves you thinking you can have it all, anything you want in life. just ask for it and it will become yours.
I read it once, then over and over again, and the more i read it the more sence it makes to me.
Jun 7, 2012
this is untrue
This book's central contention that you can have whatever you want or achieve whatever you set your mind to by simply imagining it is so is simply untrue. Many authors have claimed this before but it doesn't work.But it does sell books and makes money for the authors while it wastes the time of readers. Like the Seth books that claimed we make our own reality this book just sounds intrigueing but it doesn't work. It's just ridiculous nonsense.We can influence our reality with our thoughts but we can't make our lives what we want them to be.The mysterious Universe, the biosphere, our cultue, our technology and other factors make our reality-not us as individuals. Anyone who claims we can manifest what we want through our imagination and our intentions is either lieing, mistaken, or deluded. Did I say this before?
May 24, 2012
GET THIS BOOK!
Everyone should read this book OVER AND OVER! I didn't want to put it down. There is so much profound information in this little quick read book. GET IT! You won't be sorry.
This book kept you interested in it's content. It's a book you will refer to often.
May 11, 2012
Metaphysical, engaging, and direct. This book shares a philosophy that brings profit, success, and well-being to those who truly want it. An open mind is required to absorb the winning philosophy.
Publishers Weekly, 2007-04-30 Supporters will hail this New Age self-help book on "the law of attraction" as a groundbreaking and life-changing work, finding validation in its thesis that one's positive thoughts are powerful magnets that attract wealth, health, happiness... and did we mention wealth? Detractors will be appalled by this as well as when the book argues that fleeting negative thoughts are powerful enough to create terminal illness, poverty and even widespread disasters. The audio version of this controversial book, read by Byrne and contributing authors such as John Gray and Neale Donald Walsch, is uneven at best. The cheesy, obvious sound effects will not do much to add intellectual respectability to a work that has been widely denounced as pseudoscience. Mostly, this audio is hampered by its confusing and disjointed organization-techniques that worked reasonably well in the print version and the movie, such as cutting every few seconds from one enthusiastic "expert" to another, make for a choppy and somewhat bewildering listening experience. The gentle cadences of Rhonda Byrne's breathy, Aussie-infused voice are certainly the best part of the audio, but her material is scarce and provides mostly connective tissue between the testimonials. Simultaneous release with the Beyond Words hardcover. (Feb.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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