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The Law of Agreement: Discover the True Power of Intention

The Law of Agreement: Discover the True Power of Intention

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by Tony Burroughs

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No matter who you are or what you believe, you have the power to manifest what you want in life--a dream job, wealth, love, and health.

In this concise and fascinating book, Tony Burroughs shows readers how to work with the Law of Agreement to change old beliefs about money, relationships, and health issues that are holding them back. He shares stories from his

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The Law of Agreement: Discover the True Power of Intention 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Spirit479JM More than 1 year ago
A couple of years ago I heard about Tony Burroughs' "The Bridge" series of daily inspirational email messages so I subscribed to them. I found that content to be valuable in many respects, and I also felt that his "The Code: Ten Intentions for a Better World" had great value as well. In fact, I still read "The Code" each day as part of my spiritual practice. So, when I learned about the release of "The Law of Agreement" I was immediately inspired to add it to my list of books to purchase and read. Recently I finished reading it and found it to be an excellent book. While this title is somewhat brief, it definitely provides a wealth of thought-provoking content, including numerous real-world examples of the application of the fundamental principle underlying the "Law of Agreement." Perhaps what I like most about this book is the authentic manner in which Burroughs delivers his information. He doesn't by any means pull any punches, and whether everyone agrees with him or not is not his concern. He speaks "his truth" and shows great courage in doing so. I highly recommend this book as a personal & spiritual growth resource.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book. Before i say think or do. I ask myself, what are my intentions behind this.