14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on December 21, 2007
This is the best book I have ever read regarding the Law of Attraction. It will provide the reader with simple, clear exercises to use for attracting anything you want into your life. It works!!!
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on August 4, 2008
I'VE BEEN BLESSED WITH SEVERAL BOOKS, WRITINGS, ARTICLES AUDIO & VIDEO MATERIAL RELATED TO THE LAW OF ATTRACTION AND ABUNDANCE. This Book is a must have by all means.
Funny, easy to read, USEFUL, filled with deep insights.
If you're Looking for an 101 class on manifestation and abundance... THIS YOUR BOOK.
I'm looking forward on reading melody's next book.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on July 18, 2008
What I love about this book is it hits the "real" button for people ready to truly attract what they desire. Even though it focuses on abundance, the overall message can be applied to anything in our lives. There are so many people right now talking about "how" the process of attraction works, but no one can talk you through it. The only way to move into mastery is to take the beginning and middle steps of true internal action.
With so many practical and simple exercises readers can apply to their own life, those that take the time to practice and develop the connection to manage their energy and focus will find all aspects of their life improving.
Yes, true creating doesn't require physical action, but all creating requires mental discipline and The Beginner's Guide To Abundance offers many opportunities to begin to develop the mental muscles that are required on the road to mastery.
This book will put you well on the road to true abundance which is so much more than just money!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on July 19, 2008
It made me want to grab a pencil and paper and do a number of the exercises!!!
In fact--I just did the "Give Your Cells A Pep Talk" exercise and it felt great! I am VERY excited about making friends with my body again--and the possibility of getting a lot of relief (if not an actual cure) from the chronic health problem that I suffer from!!
While reading this book-warmth and friendliness just jump off the page. Plus the book is very interesting--so much so that I had a hard time putting it down! It's also not a book that's going to confuse you--it's very clear.
It's like reading a letter from a dear friend. And I don't know too many books that I can say that about!!
I didn't want it to end!!!
I've done a good bit of reading lately on the Law-of-Attraction--and this is certainly the best book for beginners that I have ever read!!!
Actually even if you've been at this LOA thing for a while--this book could still be valuable to you--there were a number of exercises in it that I had never heard of before!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on November 19, 2010
My comments relate purely to the excellent writing skills of Melody Larson. Whether the reader believes in the Law of Attraction or not is their personal decision but this is the only book that I have read on the subject that clarifies the concept exceptionally well.
Larson defines the topic clearly and then proceeds to supply straightforward, easily understandable exercises for the reader. She explains the method for each exercise and what it is designed to achieve.
Her style is friendly, sometimes amusing and always focussed. I liked the brevity and clarity of the text and layout. Whether or not the reader accepts the Law of Attraction, there is very useful advice on positive thinking and improving one's life in this book.
Unlike some other books on the Law of Attraction, Larson's book is thankfully free of commercial hype, eccentric claims and obscure descriptions. I also liked the fact that she welcomes feedback.
If you find that this book is for you, I would suggest using EFT (Emotional Freedom Therapy which is better defined as 'acutapping') to supplement Larson's work. I would also suggest referring to Shakti Gawain's orginal classic "Creative Visualization" which described the Law of Attraction decades ago.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2013
And it is good to have something positive to think about. I was doing some exercises from The Magic and I have included these. The book is interesting and doesn't spend so much time in theory that you want to scream, "Okay, I believe you or I wouldn't have bought the book! Now tell me what to do!" Obviously I have work to do on patience. But this book does tell you what to do.