“The Magic” – A Powerful Life Changing Must Read Book!

On one of my customary visits to the library, I added to my hoard for the day “The Magic” by Rhonda Byrne.

Following on from the phenomenal success of ‘The Secret”, that started a world-wide boom in the Law Of Attraction and how we truly are the creators of our own lives, this book was not being left on the shelf under any circumstances.

Unless you have been living with your head in the sand, we are constantly being reminded to practice the art of ‘Gratitude‘, by giving thanks for all that we have, as this powerful process allows more things to be thankful for to enter your life. If you spend your days grumbling or feeling jealous of others, you will simply attract more of that into your life.

It is no easy task to feel grateful when you are having a bad day and things are just not going your way!

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I had no idea that a whole book could be written on that one single topic, but sure enough, each chapter open you up to more ways to give thanks, and how to focus your attention on all the good things that you do have.

This is one very powerful book, with such a simple message, and everytime I sit down with it and read another chapter, I get this warm happy glow, and all the frustrations of the day just seem to melt away. It has been a long time since a book has made me feel this way.

This book is a 28 day journey to change and will help you discover the power of gratitude!

Some of the days include:-

“The Magic Rock”

“Magical Health”

“The Magical way out of negativity”

“The Money Magnet”

“The Magical To-do-list”

“A Magic Morning” and so much more.

Each day gives you focus, exercise and simple practical tools to use.

If you want to open yourself to a more magical way of life, feeling good and feeling grateful is an absolute must and this book is a powerhouse! I am only sorry it took me so long to discover it!

What is your favourite self-improvement book, I am always after new treasures to read?

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5 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Salz
    May 29, 2013 @ 10:47:30

    I understand what you’re talking about with the feeling jealous thing. I have always felt jealous of people in my family with what they have or are doing. I got to a point where I didn’t care and i felt that they were in fact jealous of me.
    I’m not usually a book reader but will certainly check it out.

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  2. Sheri Levenstein Conaway
    May 29, 2013 @ 14:17:31

    I’ve been wondering whether to add this to my collection. It was the movie version of “The Secret” which pointed me in the right direction, towards gratitude and away from being miserable. I’ve since read numerous other books including several from the “Laws of Attraction ” series.

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  3. Lyssa
    May 29, 2013 @ 20:54:56

    I have never heard of this book! Thank you so much for sharing. I guess I’ll add it to my stack on the next trip to the library!!! Dealing with feelings is something I can always use!

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  4. Amy
    May 29, 2013 @ 22:48:15

    This book sounds awesome. I’m going to have to check it out! Thanks for the review!

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  5. Elaine
    Jun 09, 2013 @ 23:02:20

    Hi Nikki,
    I haven’t read this book but I think I might give it a whirl; I love books that offer insight along a practical route, really help you to move forward and grow. It was that process that led me to your website…I was struggling with how to stop ‘needing’. I really like your down to earth ideas.

    Have you read Carol Tuttle’s ‘Remembering Wholeness’? It is a fabulous book, she writes so candidly yet offers validation for your struggle. It has become a silent friend to me, I find myself returning to it everyday.

    I hope you don’t mind I’m going to put a link to your blog post from my website.

    Take Care
    Laney

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