Usually I like to see reviews of a book before I choose to read it, but I’m less careful with books I listen to on CD rather than read. It’s a good idea to read (or listen to) ideas outside your usual sphere once in a while. I recently took a flier on Money and the Law of Attraction by Esther and Jerry Hicks because the title sounded money-related. What a train-wreck.
Did you know that children born with disabilities chose to be born that way?
Did you know that all disease and other health problems come from failing to focus exclusively on being healthy? Did you know that aging and disease can be banished by focusing only on being healthy?
Did you know that you can achieve anything you want by just “vibrating” your “source” properly? Whatever that means. Did you know that you can attract any amount of wealth you desire through this source vibration?
I actually managed to listen to the whole book, but not because I really wanted to. It had a car accident kind of draw, but this wasn’t enough to keep me listening. I just didn’t think it was fair to write a review without listening to the whole thing.
To the extent that this book made any sense at all, it preached maintaining a positive attitude. Beyond that it is extremely repetitive, hard to make any sense of in places, and contains fantastic claims of the type I listed above. If I used a star rating system, I’d be making a new category for a negative number of stars.