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I Wish I Knew This 20 Years Ago: Understanding The Universal Laws That Govern All Things Kindle Edition
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Content: Bullet point format (good), drawn from many existing sources. I'd recommend the reader to read Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, the original bible of the Law of Attraction, which presents the material in the correct proportions that gets you to think properly AND go through the actions to get what you want. New-age interpretations rely too much on the mental and spiritual, and too little on the logic and actions involved. You need a balance of both.
There are many pseudoscience examples scattered throughout, which the book can do without and still get the message across. I don't have a gripe with the original message of positive thinking and believing that you can manifest what you really want in life. But don't blindly believe everything you hear or see without checking out the facts for yourself.
Overall, I still think it's a good book for the beginner on their spiritual journey, someone who wants to make their life better. It delivers a nice clear message on how to fine-tune your thoughts everyday.
It was a fast and easy read, and it's easy to turn back to the book and refer to something if you forget it.
Very interesting, really motivational.
I think the older you are when you find this stuff out, the more resistant to change you are. Kinda reminds me of when Morpheus told Neo that they don't like to unplug people when they reach a certain age because the mind has a hard time letting go... But believe me, it's doable! Good work Justin!