I cried when I read the first three pages.
I didn't think of everything and my life is in no way perfect but I am so much closer to my "right work" and Right life then I even imagined before I read this book.
So the first part of the book takes you through a series of exercises designed to get you to dream your wildest dreams about your life and what it could be.
I'm not sure, I bought it as a gift. But he's reading it so I guess that's a good thing.Published 2 months ago by Monica Robinson
I've given this one to all of my friends. Works wonders if you work with it.Published 2 months ago by Georgia Noland
Has interesting exercises for those who are really into building wealth or attempting to manifest other things.Published 3 months ago by Nelson Almonte
I only begun a few days ago but the exercices really help me to define myself and to keep dreaming and (more important) to make my dreams come true!! Read morePublished 5 months ago by annelies vandenplas
I'm enjoying this so far, and excited to continue. I usually don't read self help books, but I am reading this one word by word!Published 8 months ago by JRS
This book was purchased in anticipation of a locally sponsored workshop in expectation of starting a creative endeavor support group. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Carol Kagan
There were some good points but a little disappointed in the overall book. I didn't really find what I was looking for in this book and was hopeful it would actually be helpful. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Donna K. Fairfield-Green
This is a classic book on self-development that I have read many times throughout the years. Aside from having a great title, it offers tips, suggestions and stories that can help... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer