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How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have is perfect for the ostensibly successful businesspeople who can't explain why they're miserable, or people who blame their partners for their miseries instead of looking inward. It's filled with anecdotes and tools to help you achieve a fuller sense of identity. Gray says that one of the most important steps to reaching this level of self-awareness is meditation, and Gray gives dozens of stepping-off points for meditation exercises to help you ascertain what exactly it is that you want, and how to remove any obstacles--whether external or internal. Take it from a man who used to be so ascetic that he was rendered homeless but now has achieved a strong sense of self and has managed to write nine bestselling books: both spiritual and material success are within your grasp. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book, however, seems just the thing for me.
I've recommended it to several friends already and would highly recommend it to anyone looking for personal success and happiness(just about everyone!).
The tools and insights from this book can help anyone and everyone to attain maximum enjoyment in life.
This is a life changing book. It is worth reading more than once. It answers a lot of questions about life, love, and happiness.Published 27 days ago by Steve Sweeney
I stopped reading when I came to the point about Vitamin G, which is God. Everything else was sounding good, then BAM, "God." He just kept mentioning it like a crazy person. Read morePublished 16 months ago by youaremyhero
I found "How to get what you want ad want what you have" by John Gray really informative. I was inspired by the ideas mentioned in the book and learning to apply them in my... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Devina
I like how John Gray talks about the problems that many people face in their lives and gives examples of how we can make minor adjustments to improve.Published 19 months ago by Laura A Fazekas
Thought it would be a little different then what it was, never finished the book cause it just didn't
keep my attention.
I read this book in my twenties and it definitely re-oriented my thinking about how to find fulfillment in life. Read morePublished on June 13, 2012 by UsrX
Have had and enjoyed this book for many years. I know someone who could really benefit by studying it but I could not give up mine so I sent her a knew one. Read morePublished on August 23, 2010 by Jackie Richardson
How to get what you want....is a must read! I am extremelly glad I bought it and definetelly reccoment it to everybody.
Amazon shipped it earlier than expected. Read more