Row, Row, Row Your Boat: A Guide for Living Life in the Divine Flow Hardcover – 30 Jan 2004
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"Here is wonderful and eminently practical information about how the world works, and how we can make it work for us and for everyone." --Neale Donald Walsch, Author of Conversations With God
"Steven Lane Taylor is a master teacher. His simple formula for creating a life that works makes my heart sing!" --Edwene Gaines, Author of The Four Spiritual Laws of Prosperity
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This book is now in its third printing. It has been updated to reflect the passage of time since its first publication in 2004. If you have ever wondered how God -- or a Higher Power -- fits into the manifestation process, I think you will find this book to be truly helpful and inspiring. You will also find my follow-up book, "Further Down The Stream: 101 More Tips for Living Life in the Divine Flow," to be of value. It is available right here on Amazon.co.uk.
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This is a book about letting your gut instinct guide you. One example the author uses is about being stuck in traffic on a motorway. He has a meeting to get to, and has to make a decision between staying on the motorway in the traffic jam, or getting off the motorway and taking back roads to the office. His gut instinct tells him to stay on the motorway and he does, which means he ultimately got to have his meeting.
That's got nothing to do with manifesting anything.
The book is also based on Christianity, and as I am a Spiritualist, not a Christian, I found the Christian nature of the book very offputting.
I am giving it two stars because while the book is not about manifesting, it is useful with respect to following your gut instinct, which many people, including myself, will attest to being accurate guidance.
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