Although Jerry and Esther are listed as the authors, Ask and It Is Given is actually a collection of channeled messages from Abraham. Fans of Abraham and the Hicks may not find new information, but will probably be delighted to have an inspiring, updated book that speaks to the familiar conversation of attracting the life we want. Newcomers may also be intrigued by this excellent, in-depth discussion on how to change ones life by matching the vibrational energy of ones desires--taking the power of positive thinking to a whole new level.
Because this material is channeled, it often reads like The Power of Now or A Course in Miracles--not a fast food book to be devoured in one sitting. Rather, this is a book to be read in passages, with a soothing gestation period in between. It includes much advice on working with energy and emotions as well as specific chapters on increasing prosperity, reclaiming health, working with meditation, and clearing clutter for clarity. For those who are onboard with the "Laws of Attraction" and the "Art of Receiving" that Abraham speaks of, this could be one of those deliciously mysterious books that you can open to any page and it seems to offer the exact advice or insight you need right now.--Gail Hudson
Go watch them talk on youtube and you'll want to get this book for further study. It is like they are talking to you through the book. Read morePublished 1 day ago by LemoMama
I loved this book the moment I started it. From the beginning I was confronted with two choices... I chose to believe in magic and am now on my second read. Read morePublished 5 days ago by samantha
I admit to have purchased and owned this book that I’m reviewing since January 15, 2010. My personal career and spiritual goals are what influence me to use the multiple ideas from... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Stella Carrier
An assuring read that we are always being looked out for and are never alone.!!Published 6 days ago by Terri M Bodner
Hicks public 'expose' after all their books is a financial disaster for them I bet but the books are still good. Just don't get caught up in the hype of the channeling crappola. Read morePublished 12 days ago by truestar