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The Tao of Abundance: Eight Ancient Principles for Abundant Living Paperback – November 1, 1999
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Despite the unfortunate title, /The Tao of Abundance/ has a lot more to offer than one might think. The entire book is devoted to one seemingly simple idea: no matter how wealthy you may or may not be in material terms, if you don't have the spiritual foundation to support it, you cannot find true happiness. As many people can attest, this is a view that's easy to agree with, but difficult to apply to everyday life.
In this book, Laurence G. Boldt offers a framework for understanding what he calls the "chains of psychological poverty and lack." As he says, our ego and conception of self vs. other keeps us from feeling spiritual abundance. Chapter by chapter, he guides the reader through the concepts, illuminating the various ways we can bring unhappiness upon ourselves. There are exercises to help see how these concepts apply to our own lives, and what we can do to improve the situations we find ourselves in.
/The Tao of Abundance/ is not about getting rich quick, but at the same time it is not a book of renunciation. This book is about learning to be happy, so that you can enjoy whatever level of material abundance you may have - or not. While a bit dry at times, it is nevertheless a good read with some intriguing insights.Read more ›
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In "The Tao of Abundance" author Boldt presents a thoughtful and compelling overview of philosophical principles to help guide one in experiencing a greater sense of... Read morePublished 1 month ago by DjC
Tao of Abundance
A Timeless 'Life' Reference guide.
This enduring inspirational book continually helps the reader to evaluate life and the choices we all face for any... Read more
Forget just trying to figure out the concept of the Tao. This book shines light on our current perspectives and how we should try and change our views. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Mike
HI: This is a great concept, combining spirituality with abundance. I can see this working in a person's life. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Tony Jackson
My bible. THE most important book I've ever read. Period.Published 19 months ago by William H. Aftring III
This is one of the most helpful books I have ever read. I keep it close by and re-read sections whenever the spirit moves me. Very well written and very enlightening. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Betty J
My good friend, John, recommended this and he was right and it did not disappoint!
Nice, clear writing. Sweet thoughts too.
Understanding the principles taught in this book will change the way you think, and subsequently the way you live in the world. Read morePublished on May 13, 2014 by Sensei Gary Masengale
The Tao of Abundance is perhaps the best book that Boldt has written. It goes way beyond the stuff you would expect from a career coach, was he only a career coach! Read morePublished on May 4, 2014 by Dr. Peter Fritz Walter