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Publishers WeeklyCoates, an actress, personal coach and author (Our Burden is Light) trained in reading and healing auras and chakras, has created a fun, intelligent guide to the Law of Attraction, an old idea revived by Rhonda Byrne's bestseller The Secret. Coates forgoes case histories and impractical theory in favor of learning by doing; more than half the text is devoted to 56 "games to attract your desires" ("Pick ten things to do for sheer pleasure"; perform anonymous good deeds; write out "commands or 'orders' that you want the Universe to fulfill"). The Law of Attraction's premise is that people are constantly emitting vibrational signals through thoughts and feelings; by feeling and giving love, we can increase our positive vibrations and attract like frequencies, i.e. similarly-upbeat people and events. Simple questionnaires and visualization exercises provide a wide range of activities, so it's easy to find some homework that resonates. Even if the Universe doesn't respond with that sought-after job, lover or money, readers will still find many ways to learn about and empower themselves.
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