The Secret (The Secret, #1) by Rhonda Byrnethis website is too kind. one star means didnt like it. I hate, hate, hate this book with absolute passion. sorry if you like oprah but she seriously did the world a disservice by recommending this book. apparently there is a dvd also that i dont even think i could stomach. so heres the concept behind The Secret. You can attract good things to you through your good thoughts. Ok, Im on board with that. It has worked for me. Ooh, I already knew the Secret! too bad I didnt use it to make millions like this chick! But no, it goes further. You attract bad things to you through your negative thoughts. Well, negative thoughts are pretty useless, so I can see benefit in trying to decrease or eliminate them. And one time (true story) I did get robbed while traveling after worrying about it for 3 weeks. BUT. There is no gray area with this one. According to the author, people who are raped, killed, maimed, tortured - they all bring it on themselves with their negative thoughts. The people in Darfur should be thinking here comes the food, there go the guns. The book goes on to say that weight management is simply a matter of thinking thin and not looking at fat people (for real), that if you have a stack of bills to pay you should instead picture checks coming in, that you can have everything you want through visualization, such as your hands on the steering wheel of your car, and that you can cure your cancer watching funny movies. There is a weak chapter at the end about how you can use your Secret powers for the common good, like world peace, but why would you want to waste it when you can be driving your new Hummer? I would go so far as to say that this book is not only BAD but it is DANGEROUS. It promotes the self-absorbed, materialistic, shallow outlook of predominantly rich white people to the exclusion of the rest of the planet - while managing to blame them for their problems and justify those in possession of the Secret for not using their visualized wealth to promote social change. Aah, brilliant. genius. avoid this book. do not give money to this woman and her brilliant marketing pyramid!
The Secret Daily Teachings
App Builder No Coding! Scan QR code. Written by Rhonda Bayern, an Australian writer born in , the book was published in and classified as the best self-help book of the year. The book has generated huge sales figures, selling from more than 21 million copies; it has been translated into more than 40 languages. The book has also generated significant revenues; it has also been turned into a cinematic film in the same year; more than two million copies have been sold. The mystery book in Gemara is based on the law of attraction, that is, similar feelings converge and converge. Human feelings have certain frequencies, and they are passed from man to the universe, which rearranges its events so that this person gets his desires through thinking and in another way; Is sent in the universe, which then attracts objects of similar frequency.
To have daily inspirational reading at my fingertips, help me stay on track with, what to me is, the hardest lesson - how to align my subconscious spirit and my conscious guide to catapult me and my family to the next level! You see, my wife has stage 4 esophageal cancer, and we have been struggling to make sense of the how's and whys, but as we stay in the moment and make it the best moment possible, we don't have to worry about the subconscious spirit leading from fear of the past, nor the worry of the future! Thank you so very much! I love this app because every day at I get the alert to view the daily message and it always makes me say "So true, so true! Thanks for the reminder!
This download is no longer available. This could be due to the program being discontinued, having a security issue or for some other reason. The Secret is out: the latest social network craze is now on Android, letting you anonymously share your secrets with friends and strangers, in PostSecret style. Secret seems to be inspired by PostSecret , an anonymous mail art project where people can send in a postcard with an image and a secret they've been wanting to reveal. The Secret app feels a lot like the same concept, but in mobile form, and with a bit less potential for anonymity. The success of Secret seems to lie in both it's simplicity and anonymity. The app lets you anonymously reveal your secrets to friends using a simple caption, with the option of adding an image.