Reminds me a lot of Wayne Dyer, but in a "giddier" way. She says a lot of what he says.
Valuable and useful guide.
I am really loving this book! It is essentially the same ideas presented by Esther and Jerry Hicks, but still worth recommending as an addition to the Abraham-Hicks teachings.
Fascinating book about how we create our reality through thoughts and feelings.
Much better than the body-mind-spirit exercise book I expected.
In the same week I began reading this book, I watched an interview on TV where a man was explaining how his worries (thoughts) translated directly into his body as energy (adrenaline). His body's first reaction to worry was to charge out of the cave and kill the wooly mammoth out there, because his physical/chemical makeup hadn't developed like his mind had. So he did martial arts exercises instead of taking a club out of his cave.
The comment about the body translating thoughts into physical energy really resonated with me. This book wants to teach you to make this energy positive in order to bring joy (in all its forms) to your life.
I guess I knew this was a "how to" book, but I should have known better. I'm not a fan of self help how-to books because inevitably, the "exercises" they recommend seem like exercises--busywork. This one is a simple message--get in touch with feelings--all of them--- recognize which feel good and then put yourself in the good place. There is more, but I am just so tired of the Law of Attraction bandwagon that everyone seems to be on, all I could do was leaf through and pick up things as I went. It just felt like a skim book to me. Not everyone will feel that way, I think.
The other thing is that this woman is so relentlessly CHEERFUL that I found it annoying. It was like cheerleading people on to spirituality. Hmmm..
By now I sound like a Grumpy Old Woman...and maybe I am. For the right person, this book can be useful.