I started this calendar mid-year, after attending a London Abraham-Hicks seminar.
I had also read 4 of the books and listened to various CDs.
And I have to admit my initial impressions were often more irritated than impressed...
But then my ego got out of the way.
By the time I got a few weeks into this calendar, I had to admit that the reason it had been irritating me was that it was simply highlighting "stuff" I needed to let go of.
By the time I was into my 3rd and 4th months, I was finding it inspirational.
I finally understand what my dreams are all about and how they're an early-warning system showing me what I might end up with. And it's incredible to be able to change what I'm creating before it manifests.
As the weeks go by, I now find that I'm intrigued and excited by what the message will be each day.
The calendar flows beautifully and guides you through the various stages of creating your own reality.
Sometimes it challenges you and other times it helps you realise you're already there.
Despite having read many of the Abraham-Hicks books and being a subscriber to their monthly CD programme, I still find this calendar a useful daily inspiration.
If you're looking for the whole package in one go, then the most powerful book I can recommend is "The Astonishing Power Of Emotions". And I wouldn't actually suggest anyone go for this calendar on its own, if you really want to turn things around. The Abraham-Hicks books are fantastic for giving your view of "reality" a kick start.
But if you're open to challenging yourself, day by day, to create the life of your dreams, then this perpetual calendar will keep you going for years.