The Law of Attraction and Gratitude

The Law of Attraction and Gratitude, an e-book Copyright by Avinash.

The book opens with a Disclaimer, Dedication and an Introduction briefly defining what the reader will find within the body of the work. Fourteen chapters and a conclusion follow providing numerous ways to look at and advance/change to positive thinking and the advantages thereof. Each chapter is labeled to describe the method to be advanced in that chapter; e.g. Chapter 1 – The Law of the Mirror where the reader is instructed to “look into a mirror and really look at yourself so as to introspectively ‘see’ yourself; 2 – the questionable science of the findings; 3 – The Law of Confession as a vital component of the Law of Attraction discusses the strength of some words and their effect; Chapters on The Law of Thoughts, People, Continuity of Success, Forgiveness, Humility, Attracting Money, Time, Gratitude, Gratitude and the Mind, Gratitude of the Body, and Gratitude in Times of Pain. These are followed by a ‘wrap-up’ Conclusion. Each chapter concludes with a case history that elucidates the important lesson provided in the chapter along with a question/thought for the reader.

The author has provided an introduction to the power/advantages of positive thinking and has emphasized it from a number of different vantage points. It is presented in a rather unusual manner employing a verbalization that in some ways appears a little strange and somewhat of a ‘reach’ to gain his point. Also notable is the occasional lack of clarity in some discussions; e.g. the attempt to explain his position in The Attraction of Money chapter (9) is a little like a humorous illustration some years ago in one of the scientific journals. A scientist is looking at a long formula on a chalkboard that has a block in the center surrounding a note “Here a miracle happens.” He tells the formula’s originator: “I think this section requires a little clarification.” However, the author’s emphasis on the importance of learning and practicing discipline in proper use of money is excellent. The Law of Humility (8) is particularly good in its admonition to remember no matter how high your position, always be willing to learn from others, as are the instructions offered in that of People (5) and Continuity (6).

Generally speaking, as another of the growing number of self-help books, readers should find this unusually worded presentation on positive thinking of interest and helpful.

3* Unusually presented suggestions for adoption of positive thinking.

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