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This book is terrible
on 13 March 2012
Yet another in the series of pseudo logical rubbish, it amazes me the lifestyle this woman leads having used 'the secret', yet she's not actually done anything of significance.....no cure for cancer.....no charitable innovations or donations.....selling something without any evidence whatsoever. The people she refers to as 'teachers' are fraudulent gurus selling 'techniques' which too have no evidence of working. It seems all you have to do is to get people excited at the idea of perfection to get them to part with hard earned cash. Positive thinking is a good thing, delusional thinking is not, and unfortunately Rhonda Byrne advocates the latter. According to her gospel truth anyone having read her books should be millionaires, cured there own cancer....met the perfect person.....etc etc, this is not the case, and this is not the nature of life. She uses Jesus as an example, I couldn't be sure how he 'attracted' his own crucifixion and I am certain Rhonda could not explain how a grieving mother 'attracted' her sons leukaemia and eventual death.
There is plenty of good advice around for thinking positively, being happier, more loving and making relationships work backed up with plenty of evidence, so why people spend their time with books such as this boggles the mind.
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