Re: [lawofattraction-171] What Books Do You Recommend?

From: Andrea J.
Sent on: Wednesday, January 28, 2009 5:19 PM
Hey Matt,
 
No judgment. I love the wisdom of Abraham-Hicks. I don't swallow it all. You like what you like. Others will like what they like. Abraham-Hicks' ideas and concepts have worked well for me and their ideas are actually used by a lot of life coaches. They're powerful. I see the results. And that's what all of this work is about - getting the results we want in our lives.
 
Take care,
Andrea
 

 
On Wed, Jan 28, 2009 at 4:55 PM, matthew gaulke <[address removed]> wrote:
I read the Abraham-Hicks book on the law of attraction. It weirded me out because Abraham is suppose to be some spirit for the other world. This was a good sign to me that I was about to be a laughing stock if I took this stuff seriously. I suggest if you are in pursuit of truth about making your life better you just ask yourself some direct questions and be honest with yourself. A good book I just finished was Why People Believe Weird Things by Michael Shermer. It was a little hard to hear what he had to say at first but when I was honest with myself about some of my own weird beliefs I really learned a lot about myself and people as a whole.

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From: Jerri Johnson <[address removed]>
Subject: Re: [lawofattraction-171] What Books Do You Recommend?
To: [address removed]
Date: Wednesday, January 28, 2009, 3:03 PM

I think any of the Abraham-Hicks books are wonderful as an intro to the Law of Attraction. My most recent find, which seems like a natural progression from learning about the Law of Attraction to actually implementing it is "The One Command" by Asara Lovejoy. Another fabulous book for understanding how science and spirituality are coming together is "The Biology of Belief" by Bruce Lipton. Happy reading to all.....
 
Jerri Johnson
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From: John Ruddy
Sent: Wednesday, January 28,[masked]:37 PM
Subject: [lawofattraction-171] What Books Do You Recommend?

Dear Friends:
 
My name is John Ruddy, I'm a new member of The Law of Attraction MeetUp Group, I attended my first meeting last week and I've volunteered to help coordinate a monthly Law of Attraction Book Club for our MeetUp Group members.
 
Therefore, I approach you today in a spirit of outreach, sharing and continued growth -- as I ask for your input.
 
Which books would you recommend as MUST READS for those of us who are newer to The Law of Attraction and who are looking to develop a good basic understanding of the issues?  Which one book has been the most helpful to you in understanding and applying The Law of Attraction?  Did one book "speak" to you more than any other?  In a few short sentences, please share why you recommend the book(s).

If you'd prefer to make your recommendations directly to me, you may send an e-mail to my personal e-mail address through MeetUp (or reply to this message). A better suggestion, though, is to post your recommendations on the Message Board (I've started a new thread there). We all have a great deal to share with each other and I'd love to see the Message Board vibrating with positive energy. And, if you cannot attend the Book Club meeting, perhaps you'll pick up some great ideas for your next read.

We'll announce the Book Club reading list and meeting times and invite all who wish to learn and share to attend.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts and experiences!
John





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