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Ask and It Is Given, Part I: The Law of Attraction

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2006

    Great way to reinforce the concepts in the book

    I have read the book (Ask and it is Given) a few times and listened to the CDs over and over. I listen while working on the computer, cleaning the house, cooking or just relaxing. Each time I feel as though I'm receiving more insight and just the information needed at that time. I've found the concepts to be life changing and have been able to manifest a wonderful new career, far more financial abundance and a general sense of contentment. The book and CD is a must for my collection and have sent a copy to many of my intuitive friends. The key is believing one can have all you desire when in alignment with the energy vibration. Simple yet profound concept. The exercises in the book are excellent. They work quite well.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 2, 2006

    Worst audio book I've ever listened to

    While the concept is very intriguing, the audio recording ranks among the worst I've ever heard. The man speaks so fast I wondered what race he was trying to win. He devotes about one sentence to many of the topics and uses very few examples to elaborate on the concepts. He uses vague language. I lost track of the number of times he used the vague term 'things' to descibe people, concepts, places, desires, emotions, etc. Also, his delivery is very monitone, as though he's reading straight from a book he's never seen before. I feel like I wasted my money on this CD set. Another book and audio tape on the same topic is 'Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting' by Lynn Grabhorn. She gives lots of examples. Her delivery is fun and far from monitone.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 28, 2010

    Critically Think Through This One

    The whole shtick of Abraham is about Abraham. People don't want to hear Jerry speaking Abraham's words, and if you get this audio not knowing that Jerry is going to be reading, it will be incredibly disappointing.

    This is probably the best of all Abraham's books. However, I do not consider this material for people who want to manifest things into their lives. When you learn more about this material, you quickly realize that the authors don't really care if you get what you want, because it all works out in the end: all is well. You could die doing their processes and that would be you reemerging into pure positive energy. You could lose everything and that would be goosing up your stream for more. Anything that happens to you that you might consider negative will be praised and you will be held completely responsible for it. The authors feel no responsibility for your success or failure with this work. Also, even though Abraham claims they are not here to alter our beliefs, prepare to do 22 processes that are designed to help you alter your beliefs. Buyers beware: In listening to this audio, you may need to reawaken your critical thinking skills from time to time, especially the more this book encourages you to use your emotional guidance. But this book is guaranteed to give you a kick of validation and approval when you're down. Just beware when you find yourself dependent on Abraham's words.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2009

    out standing book

    very inspiring book, fit all age.

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    Posted March 12, 2010

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