This is a book I keep coming back to. I was a teenager the first time I read it. My mom was a big fan and she encouraged me to read it and I am so glad that she did. It isn’t complicated, it is encouraging and gentle in it’s teaching.
I found it very easy to latch onto the idea of the Law Of Attraction and I started practicing it immediately. The stories told and examples in this book are heart warming and very encouraging.
“MICHAEL BERNARD BECKWITH – Creation is always happening. Every time an individual has a thought, or a prolonged chronic way of thinking, they’re in the creation process. Something is going to manifest out of those thoughts. What you are thinking now is creating your future life. You create your life with your thoughts. Because you are always thinking, you are always creating. What you think about the most or focus on the most, is what will appear as your life. Like all the laws of nature, there is utter perfection in this law. You create your life. Whatever you sow, you reap! Your thoughts are seeds, and the harvest you reap will depend on the seeds you plant. If you are complaining, the law of attraction will powerfully bring into your life more situations for you to complain about. If you are listening to someone else complain and focusing on that, sympathizing with them, agreeing with them, in that moment, you are attracting more situations to yourself to complain about. The law is simply reflecting and giving back to you exactly what you are focusing on with your thoughts. With this powerful knowledge, you can completely change every circumstance and event in your entire life, by changing the way you think.”
― Rhonda Byrne, The Secret
It’s all about gratitude! I know I have spoken about gratitude before, it is such an important part of manifestation. If we are not grateful for what we already have, how will we receive more? I fall in and out of my practices as I am sure you know by now but when I try to get back into it, this is the first book I pick up. I always start on day one and then everyday after that I just open the book to a random page and do the exercise for that day in the book. This book teaches you a way of constant gratitude. Wake up thankful, go to sleep thankful. See a photo of someone you love- be thankful for them. It teaches you to set gratitude routines that you can easily apply to your life. I personally love gratitude, it makes me feel warm and fuzzy inside to think about how blessed I am.
“Let us rise up and be thankful, for if we didn’t learn a lot today, at least we learned a little, and if we didn’t learn a little, at least we didn’t get sick, and if we got sick, at least we didn’t die; so, let us all be thankful.”
― Rhonda Byrne, The Magic
Another simple and friendly book. I enjoy the way it was written and the message is beautiful.
Turn your wishes into goals. This book also brings something to attention that my mother always taught me and that is to put my affirmations and goals in present tense. She would tell me to say it out loud. That way you are affirming it to yourself.
This book was also one of her favorites.
“Wherever your path takes you, may all your deathbed wishes come true, and may you celebrate each and every one of them many long years before your final breath.”
― Gay Hendricks, Five Wishes
I’m going to write a separate post on my favorite spiritual books. I hope you are all safe and healthy out there! Count your blessings and keep smiling.
You are loved!
YOU ARE ENOUGH!
Until next time,