Ask And It Is Given - A Brief Overview
Updated: May 8
A few years ago I read a book titled Ask and It Is Given, by Esther and Jerry Hicks, which presents the teachings of the nonphysical entity Abraham. The book turned into quite a journey for me. I found that the book changed my perspective on how I was living my life and building my business.
There is a power to this book that is difficult to put into words. As you read and explore how to apply the law of attraction into your day to day living, you start to make sense of some of the events that seem to unfold around you.
As you read, you'll come to understand how your relationships, health issues, finances, career concerns, and more are influenced by the universal laws. You will also discover powerful processes that will help you go with the positive flow of life.
Most of us live our lives with our eyes closed. We go through the motions day to day and simply let things unfold before us with virtually no control and no input into the creative process. Once you become aware of some of the practices within the book you will start to try to mold and shape your day instead of just allowing things to happen.
The key to this whole philosophy is practice. As you practice this more and more and start to notice it working then you will get more confident and the things you focus on and want to include in your experience change and get a lot bolder. The law of attraction happens whether you want it to or not, it is a universal law like gravity and it is something that either consciously or accidentally we must master in order to succeed.
It is my experience that even if you absorb a few of the ideas and begin to become more conscious on how YOU affect and influence the things that are going on around then you will see a massive improvement in the things that are happening in your life.
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