Review: "The Abundance Book" by John Randolph Price
We are our own prosperity. We all come into being, into this life, this material world, with the source of our self and being pre-programmed for lavish abundance. Somehow along the way many of us lose consciousness of this source and become disconnected from our own prosperity. We all get caught in the mental trap of focusing on the end result – money. It seems all too easy to focus on the lack of our current (financial) situations. Many have spent a lifetime firmly entrenched in this thought train and thus the challenge presents itself – to undo (and not just undo but to transform) years of conscious and sub-conscious thought patterns and self awareness (or lack thereof).
Mr. Price lays the groundwork by giving an explanation of the principle of All-Sufficiency and then puts that theory into action with the 40 Day Prosperity Plan. It is an easy to follow daily series of exercises that serve to re-connect us with our inner source of self-awareness and abundance. For those who have been focusing on lack and the money that will pull them out of that condition of lack, this whole process may seem esoteric and maybe even religious. Let us not forget the incredible, but entirely possible, task of transforming years and years of thought and consciousness patterns.
The author then proceeds to further your understanding of the self-groundwork in the next chapter You Are Your Own Money, and closes out the book with a compilation of prosperity thoughts and meditations.
I have read and re-read this book several times (and I am still re-reading it) and little enlightenments continue to reveal themselves to me. I can only liken it to a crystal clear day that turns to night and throughout the process of the sun setting one star at a time becomes apparent as the sky darkens, and more and more reveal themselves until at last the entire night sky is filled with points of light (and knowledge).
And all this for less than $6.00???
From the office of Drew Berman, contributed by Al Davis.
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