Title: The Power
Author: Rhonda Byre
It’s no secret that the first book by Rhonda Byrne The Secret is a big hit. This second book however speaks of somehow the same point. If you have read The Secret, you can find this book redundant because it presents almost the same idea but was attacked differently by the author. This book talks about the power of love. If the secret is about the law of attraction, this one is about giving and showing love to get what you want in your life.
You don’t have to read the first book to understand what this book is trying to convey. It’s pretty much the repeat of the first that made the first part boring. In the long run though, it gave a few examples on how to give love on times of hopelessness. My favorite chapter is about the play where it explains that we should not take our life seriously. That once in a while, we should play like how we used to when we were kids.
People who shows genuine love the most are the kids because they have not received much negative vibes and beliefs as in adults.
This book is about thinking positive and giving out love when you are not feeling good. It stresses the idea that when we feel bad, it only means that we don’t give much love and we must point out and remember the things that we love so we can feel better again. Be it about money, finding a partner, health, success, it’s about giving love. Whether you have it or not, you still have to give love to receive them as well. We must love other people’s possessions as well so we can attract it to our life also. Let go of the hatred and enviousness and start loving what other people have. You will then find yourself abundant of those beautiful things in life.
But it also cautions everyone that there must not be anything felt superior than love. We must not overpower the will of money over giving love because it will create negative things thus will let us lose what we have.
The power is about love. Being in love with our life. That love is the ultimate force that gives the law of attraction its power.
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