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About the Author

Stuart Wilde is an author and international lecturer, and one of the real characters of the self-help, human-potential movement. His style is humorous, poignant, and transformational. He is the author of 20 books, including: The Art of Redemption, Grace, Gaia, and the End of Days; and many self-help titles such as Life Was Never Meant to Be a Struggle, The Little Money Bible, The Quickening, Silent Power, Whispering Winds of Change, and Infinite Self.

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Product Details

  • Paperback: 210 pages
  • Publisher: Hay House; Reprint edition (February 1, 1995)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1561701688
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561701681
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.7 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (75 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #253,490 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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110 of 113 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Emery on October 15, 2004
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Anyone who has read any Stuart Wilde book, knows that he brings a simple, yet unique, perspective and insight. This book is another example of that. While this book is in NO WAY a "how to get rich quick" format, what it IS, is a way of seeing money like invisible energy waves and Stuart gives you the frequency to pick it up and receive it. Simple things like "acceptence" of money through picking up even a gum-encrusted penny from the ground, so as to respect money in a way that draws it to you. It's like Wayne Dyer's philosophy of "everything is connected to everything, so surround yourself with the energy of the conditions you want and they will become real." In other words, if you focus on scarcity, that is what you are attracting. If you focus on abundance, that is what you will attract. Simply put, if you pay attention to the money that comes to you (be it from getting $5 from a lottery win, double your money from a slot machine, or a nickel found in the gutter) and appreciate it, then more will follow, and follow, and follow. And he also talks about the Karmic ramifications of aquiring money dishonestly.

He also talks about intention and will, using a nice "drowning" analogy along the lines of: If you were underwater and something had your leg, how much energy would you give to your intention and will to break free? Then compare the level of THAT to how much energy you are willing to give to your intention and will to break free from your present financial situation.

While I have not made a million bucks through this book, I can directly link this book's information to the financial abundance I have been enjoying in the years since I first read it.

It's not a "Rich Dad/Poor Dad" kind of book, but more like a "If there is a trillion dollars available to you, how dedicated would you be to go find it?" kind of book.

That's My Opinion But You're Welcome To It
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72 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Monica Main on May 20, 2005
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I've read so many self-help/new age books on the topic of attracting more money into your life and, over the years, I've kept coming back to this one. It's practical and makes perfect sense. The problem with other new-agish books is that they make you believe that all you have to do is "visualize" and "chant" your way to a fortune when that isn't reality. Stuart Wilde gives you the REAL DEAL on how the metaphysical part works BUT that you have to have action in the marketplace; and he gives some damned good ideas on how to make a fortune. This tops the metaphysical "money attraction" books, hands down! His other book, The Little Money Bible, is also highly recommended. Both of these books together is all anyone would need to get into the flow of money in their lives! It's worked for me...Helped me turn a losing business into $4.2 million a year!
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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Eolake on June 13, 2002
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The first time I read this book, I did not have any money... and it was a huge inspiration.

As I am re-reading it now, I am earning more money than I had ever dared hope for, and it is still a big inspiration.

This book is spot on about how the universe works, so far as I understand it presently.

It is not about how money is terribly important, but rather about how to be set free from having to worry about them all the time. Get this book.

There are many books of this type ("think your way ahead" as it were), but I think that Wilde in this one strikes an unusually good balance between "you just need to think right", and "getting rich is a hands-on process" (the latter is actually a phrase from the book itself.) If you are so god-like you can manifest a billion any day you want, you probably also don't really care much about money, so odds are that if you do care, you have to work a *little* in addition to tuning into the right flows. :-)

I will add a comment about the reviewer who feels that this book is "unethical". He must be reading it like the Devil reads the Bible. Stuart Wilde very clearly does not advocate ripping off anybody. He clearly states that larceny is bad for karma and is just an affirmation of inability to play the game. The restaurant example is just an illustration of a mental attitude.
I must say though that the reviewer is right that Think And Grow Rich is also a good book.
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37 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Erol on October 21, 2000
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I have read a few other Wilde books but this one has had the most impact on my day-to-day life. The others are also great books which I will have to process later on (Read "Miracles" if you are interested in metaphysically bettering your life). I read this book about three weeks ago and my income is about double to triple what it used to be. I am charging 30-100% more for my services and I provide them with more "zing" than I ever did. And I have more work on top of it all! I feel much better about working - it's almost 100% fun again! Now note that I am self-employed but even if you're not, you will make more money and feel better about it if you follow the suggestions in this book. If nothing else, it will make you think - really think about why you might not have more money than you do right now. At this price, you have to try it, it's worth hundred times more than its price. You will understand why Wilde is just happy as a clam to sell this information at such a low price - it increases his abundance to share it! Fantastic book, enough said. Get it today!
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