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The Law of Attraction: The Souls Answer to Why It isn't Working and How it Can Paperback – September 16, 2011
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We’ve had enough time now to experiment with the Law of Attraction that was handed to us carte blanche several years ago. The results are now in, proving that this original understanding was a good start but not enough to carry us to its desired outcome. We are being forced now to reconsider and what we are discovering is that it will give us far more than we’d previously imagined, as it simultaneously heals and opens us. But in order to receive its offerings, we are going to have to revise our understanding of the Law of Attraction entirely. The Law of Attraction: The Soul’s Answer To Why It Isn’t Working And How it Can is a book of gentle awakening that brings a completely new rendition of that law. Once you digest the material in this book, you will not only know what doesn’t work and why, but what does and how it works for you. Come to this healing book with a willingness to awaken to your own I AM.
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- Publisher : 6Th Books (September 16, 2011)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 208 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1846944953
- ISBN-13 : 978-1846944956
- Item Weight : 7.4 ounces
- Dimensions : 5.63 x 0.42 x 8.55 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,751,717 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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From reading about another of the author's books, I can see she focuses on identity as key - I truly believe she is right on the money with that. How you see yourself in the world determines how you experience the world, and that identity is more or less determined by early family dynamics. You can chose to continue with that "role" or make different choices. Great stuff!
However, where the Bible used to be the sole source of spiritual understanding for much of the Western world, it is now popular to believe in the idea that all is One and everything is Love and we (collectively) are partaking in a great experiment called Separation and that nothing is good or bad....etc. Much of this comes from rehashed Eastern beliefs and is wildly popular for sure. Just because something is popular, it doesn't make it true. Most of the book is based on her beliefs, none of which can be proven (just as the Bible can't be proven). Certainly her beliefs are more palatable than the God of the OT, but there is no evidence for any of it. None!
The author has written another book about finding your true-self (before the family jumped in to rearrange you) and I have ordered the paperback which will take a few days to get here. I really hope I won't be disappointed with that book too as the issue of Identity really strikes a chord and could well be central to the LOA as originally posed in this book.
If you believe in the "One" theory then you will love this book. If you have looked at that and dismissed it, or firmly believe in traditional spiritual views, avoid this book.
But the real secret about "The Secret"? The one thing we haven't realized until now about how manifesting, or creating with energy, really work?
Well, Andrea Mathews has cracked the soul's code, and it goes something like this: If the heart's not in it; if the full self is not integrated in complete accordance with what you think you desire... then. no amount visualizing, affirming, tapping, energy pendants and so on will do you a bit of good.
Mathews takes readers on a journey of discovery, looking deeply into the inner self and using simple techniques to help pinpoint exactly which aspects of the self are not alligned. It's so easy, it's miraculous--and it's the missing piece we've all been searching for.
Wishing the author all the best
Mathews doesn't just toss out that the darling of the Now Age isn't as it's been presented, she also explains why in tangible, relatable detail. She gives grounded information about how the mind works, how levels of consciousness create perception, and how perception shapes desire. Her perspective is solid. She shows how to work with desire as a means of creating positive change.
Playful and affirming, Mathews cites the legacy of manifesting desire across sacred texts, literary greats, and philosophical truths. The book changes tone a bit about two-thirds in, describing the various forces that impact us, and that we engage to create. Given that, Mathews' advice for how to get in the flow may be so subtle that seekers miss its simplicity, which is a symptom of the problem this book describes. Her ability to decode and clarify what the Law of Attraction is enables us to manifest it, and ourselves, as intended.
I do think this book will take the unsuspecting LoA follower by surprise. The industry of this principle tends to be very watered down and vague. This book does away with that completely, and puts followers in the driver's seat.