Author: Rhonda Byrne. Book: 2. The handbook to the greatest power in the universe – The Power to have everything you want. Without The Power you would not. Now Rhonda Byrne reveals the greatest power in the universe -- the power to have anything you want. In this book you will come to understand that all it takes is. The Power book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. در این کتاب روش‌های زندگی پربار نشان داده شده است. خیلی چیزها در مورد.

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Rhonda Byrne follows up her international bestseller, The Secret, by thinking beyond the Law of Attraction in her latest book, The Power. book, a worldwide bestseller now available in 46 languages. Now with The Power, Rhonda Byrne continues her groundbreaking work, as she reveals the single. Be inspired by these quotes from The Power Book by famous authors, are listed in order of author appearance from the book 'The Power' by Rhonda Byrne.

Star Courtesy Atria Books Rhonda Byrne's newly-released book, "The Power," claims the life of your dreams has always been closer than you realized. Her message is landing at a time when many Americans are out of work and having trouble making ends meet. Her just-released book, "The Power," claims the life of your dreams has always been closer than you realized.

Perfect health, incredible relationships, a career you love, a life filled with happiness and the money you need to be, do, and have everything you want, all come from The Power. Her publicists turned down interview requests from ABC News, but Byrne's book has some advice for those facing financial travails in these tough economic times. This is not Donald Trump telling you how to make money in real estate.

Byrne, an Australian, says the power source is love. Yep, that's the big secret. The law of attraction is the law of love, and it is the all-powerful law that keeps everything in harmony. What you give out, you receive back. Whatever you want in life, you want it because you love it, says Byrne. So if you get caught up in talking about what you don't love, every one of those little things brings more struggle and difficulty to your life.

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If you feel bad when you think about money because you don't have enough, you get back the negative feeling you're giving, the author says. You want money because it feels good to download and do the things you love, and it feels bad when you can't.

According to The Secret and The Power , one's thoughts and feelings have "magnetic properties" and "frequencies". They vibrate and resonate with the universe, somehow attracting events that share those frequencies.


As Byrne says, it means that: What that means in simple terms for your life is: Whatever you give out in life is what you receive back in life. Whatever you give, by the law of attraction, is exactly what you attract back to yourself.

The claims made by the book are highly controversial, and have been criticized by reviewers and readers. The book has also been heavily criticized by former believers and practitioners, with some claiming that the concept of the "Secret" was conceived by the author and that the only people generating wealth and happiness from it are the author and the publishers.

Critics contend that the book is based on a pseudoscientific theory called the "law of attraction"—the principle that "like attracts like". This last is a dead giveaway: Byrne's onslaught of pseudoscientific jargon serves mostly to establish an 'illusion of knowledge,' as social scientists call our tendency to believe we understand something much better than we really do.

Review: The Power by Rhonda Byrne

Jerry Adler wrote in Newsweek that The Power offers false hope to those in true need of more conventional assistance in their lives. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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Byrne's best-selling The Secret was a glitzy cash cow that started with Socrates' 'know thyself' and staggered on through Dale Carmody, Louise Hay, Sarah Ban Bhreathnach and lesser mortals.

Nothing against self-help: life's mysteries need deciphering.

Whatever gets you through the night gets you through. But if Byrne is writing the latest Chicken Soup for the Soul recipe, then her second book, The Power, is a real turkey. This banal, meagre tome comes in a pretty, little-girl-sized shape which makes it cutesy, until you start reading.

It's a cut-and-paste job with flowery illustrations. Out-of-copyright quotes from famous people litter brief interludes on how to have it all. The Power claims the universe operates laws of attraction you can learn to work.

Think positively, visualise what you want and, hey babe, it's yours. It's the kind of elitist claptrap tyrants love because it means the masses have only themselves to blame.

Surround yourself with powerful words and images, The Power commands, then magnetise the laws of attraction towards what you want. So far, so good.But while all are so being pushed, many linger and look back.

I mean people who think this is r I honestly don't understand why the reviews are so bad for this? Worrying because you have no money keeps you poor.

Gift downloads. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end. Whatever you want in life, you want it because you love it, says Byrne.

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