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Product Details

  • Paperback: 218 pages
  • Publisher: Unity Village; 3 edition (February 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 087159269X
  • ISBN-13: 978-0871592699
  • Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.5 x 0.4 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,470 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Eric Butterworth was the author of hundreds of essays and articles as well as numerous best-selling books including The Universe if Calling and In the Flow of Life. He was a Unity minister in New York City and conducted services at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center for over 35 years.

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This book will open doors that will attract God's abundant blessings to you if you apply the principles contained within.
Davis Aujourd'hui
This book is full of practical wisdom and I am a better person for having read it and am endeavoring to practice the principles he outlined here.
This book is helping me to change my life and has helped with my perspective on every THING and what matter most in life!!
Deanna Brunetti

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92 of 94 people found the following review helpful By Neal C. Reynolds VINE VOICE on August 20, 2001
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I loaned out my old copy and never got it back, so just bought a new copy....does that tell you how much I like this book?
I've read my share of prosperity books, and this one is at the top of my list with Howard Caesar's audio book, "All About Prosperity".
If you're looking for some get rich quick type book, well this isn't it. I imagine that's one reason why he gave it the name he did, instead of emphasizing prosperity in the title. It's about changing your thinking about finances, health, relationships, all facets of prosperity. If you believe that changing your thinking will change your life, that we can control our thoughts and by doing so improve our over all circumstances, you'll find this book extremely helpful. Eric Butterworth comes from a very spiritual, and yet very practical level. He challenges many ideas that you might have studied in other prosperity books. Without naming her, he does challenge some of the prosperity techniques taught by Catherine Ponders and others. This is not to say that you should read him instead of her. To completely understand prosperity thinking, you should read both perspectives and then be guided by those principles that seem right to you. If you are open to a new perspective, and not bound by a fixed and rigid mind, you will find a lot of helpful material here.
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82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Scott Gingrich (Scott@AchieveQuest.com) on November 3, 1998
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"Spiritual Economics" is based on the spiritual laws and dynamics of abundance. One of the key elements of this books that raise it above a lot of spiritual law type writings is how practical this book is. Eric Butterworth tackles some very complex dynamics in a very pragmatic, understandable way.
Eric's writings are based largely on the philosophy of the Unity Church (a Christian Church of a different ilk). If you have a strong mainstream Christian faith, you may find some of your current beliefs being challenged. I challenge you to meditate on those challenges and work your way through them, expanding and better understanding your faith positions. I'm currently on my second read of this book (the first read of the 230 pages only took a week!) and am amazed at how much more I'm getting out of it a second time.
One of the Quick Tips I mentioned in this issue of ACHIEVE is to ask yourself "How can I apply this to my life?". It was in reading this book that I discovered this question. To get maximum benefit out of this book, keep asking yourself this question. Integrate this material into your life and you will be amazed at how much more you can manifest.
Some of the main ideas I got out of the book are: * I am responsible for all manifestations in my life, i.e. everything. * As I evolve, so does my manifestation potential evolve. * I need to do what I can with what I have where I am to manifest my desires. * I need to build the demand before the supply will manifest. I need to have the containers in which to put the supply once it comes. I need to become the kind of person who experiences that which I want before I can truly achieve it. * If things are tight, something has to give. I need to give selflessly of myself to the Universe. I strongly urge you to go out TODAY and order this book.
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126 of 135 people found the following review helpful By John P. Morgan VINE VOICE on December 27, 2005
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The idea of thinking your way to prosperity is really nothing new. I think it was in 1926 0r 1927 that Napoleon Hill wrote "Think and Grow Rich". There really is nothing wrong with these kind of books, in fact, many of them offer many valuable suggestions but the main problem that I have with most of them is that they are basically suggesting that the world "out there" is something ultimately real. Now, this may shock some of you people reading this review, but there is no outer world separate from your own inner consciousness.

I can already feel that I may have upset some people reading this, but the Truth is that we all have to be the change that we desire to see in the world. How can it be otherwise? Things cannot and do not change until we become the change and how do we become the change? We change our thoughts. We change our mental pictures. We change how we interpret the events in our lives. We do this through alligning our consciousness with the Consciousness of God. We begin to appreciate the things that are in our possession now. Whatever we have right now we begin to give thanks for it and proceed from there.

We tend to think that somehow wealth is the acquisistion of material goods. Wealth is a state of mind. Prosperity is an awareness of how blessed we already are! We live in on an abundant planet filled to overflowing with every kind of good thing and yet only a small number of people in this world experience abundant wealth. Not one of us needs to be poor! Not One! We have all been created to live a life that is fulfilling, blessed, and prosperous...that is God's Promise to each and every one of us..."I have come so that you might have life and have it abundantly." This "I" is our consciousness...our inner awareness of God as our all-sufficiency.
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40 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Matt Howe on May 5, 1999
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I wondered when I was given this book by a friend (who obviously new I needed it) what spirituality could possibly have to do with economics. Oh....thank you Mr. Butterworth! He writes so clearly. This doesn't read like a self-help book. It's not a "get rich quick" book. It actually made me reconsider my issues of prosperity and what I was asking the universe (god, buddah, whatever YOU may call it) to give me. I'm very thankful for this book.
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