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The Path to Wealth: Seven Spiritual Steps for Financial Abundance Hardcover – March 1, 2015
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About the Author
Since 1982, May McCarthy has founded and grown several successful companies in a variety of industries, including fashion retail, domestic and international telecommunications, and healthcare software and capital equipment, which have gone on to grow to 250 employees and over $100 million in annual revenues. As part of McCarthy’s passion for entrepreneurship, she is an active angel investor and advises a variety of startup companies. She also serves on boards for philanthropic, arts, and educational service organizations.
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I believe May's financial & material success make her more qualified to share "new thought" teachings.
She's grounded and has proven these methods to herself. What that means to me is, they're not just "nice abstractions" or "uplifting concepts" used to sell books. That she has founded companies with 250 employees and used these techniques to get there, makes the book more credible in my eyes.
I found the techniques themselves to be easily applicable and inspiring.
My only criticism for a second edition would be to: include more examples of her own letters, so that we could get much more familiar with the language and how to frame our own personal desires into her methods.
I am happy I own this book, I will put these ideas into action. If you're thinking about getting a book on spiritual alignment with abundance, from my perspective this one is worth it.
McCarthy's advice is clear, logical and compassionate. Best yet, it's effective. When I practice the habits described by McCarthy I feel better, get more done and start checking goals off my lists one by one. I am so thankful she took the time to put all this down in a book!
This book goes well when paired thought-leaders like with Brene Brown (Daring Greatly), Chris Guillebeau (Art of Non-Conformity) and Darren Hardy (The Compound Effect).
McCarthy's "CSO" is, of course, God--but for those who aren't religious, the premise is still works the same if you follow her instructions. I only wish I could ask her some questions since I've reached some roadblocks after having much initial success. I'm trying not to become discouraged and keep up the practices but could use some extra guidance. Specifically, I wonder if I could manifest on behalf of my child who's still a minor? As her mother, it shouldn't interfere with her free will (since I'm focusing on things she wants, like friends in middle school) and she really needs some help & luck in her life.
Also, where do you draw the line between feeling/imagining the desired outcome, recognizing a sign or hunch provided by the Divine or over-thinking the situation (which you're not supposed to do)? Similarly, couldn't you misinterpret a hunch as being nothing more than a thought or idea from your own ego--in which case following it interferes with the divine process (again, what you're not supposed to do)? Again, it can be hard to differentiate between "Divine" hunches/inspiration and my own thoughts/ideas.
The book also recommends that when making a request for whatever it is that you want, you make it with the provision that it's for the highest good of all involved--and if your desire isn't the best path, you'll receive something else which is. This has happened before but not regarding my current problem; nothing has happened for quite a while and my child's situation hasn't improved. Because I really feel stagnant, I haven't kept up the daily practices.
I'm still giving the book 5 stars and taking the time to write this review because it definitely works, even you don't manifest the amount of financial and personal success that McCarthy has. I wish she'd consider writing a second book as a follow up to this one that goes even deeper and addresses some of these issues. It could provide possible answers or even just some trouble-shooting when the process seems uncertain or even stalled.
A life of positive thinking wrapped up into one little book, nice. I've given away so many of them I can't do anymore & just recommend it to friends.