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New Book Makes Law Of Attraction Easy

New book makes the law of attraction effortless.


The law of attraction - aka “The Secret” - has both attracted and baffled millions of people worldwide.  Its promise that we can create our own reality has divided audiences into fans and dissenters.  “The Book Of Being”, which can be found at, may put an end to all that. The book’s promises that we each can achieve the results we desire effortlessly simply by changing a handful of easily accessible character traits - hence the title.

The author, British psychotherapist Trevor Emdon, describes himself as “a middle aged man you wouldn’t particularly notice in a crowd.” He claims he is living a wonderful life: happily married, in excellent health and with money in the bank - a rarity these days one supposes.  He explains that life’s goals “are not achieved by the old fashioned effort-and-struggle method, but effortlessly by making a conscious but simple shift in the way you are.”  Certainly, the ideas he presents in “The Book Of Being” ( require very little effort, although some may feel a little strange to begin with.

This is certainly an unusual book and Emdon has addressed admirably the dissenters’ doubts about the law of attraction by simply finding an alternative and easily accessible route to the same results.  The question to be asked - and it’s a good one - is: if we have such power, why wouldn’t we exercise it?  “The Book Of Being” meanders in and out of some cutting edge psychology and the author’s own journey of discovery of both himself and the principles that have seemingly produced the remarkable results of which he is now living proof.  Perhaps the law of attraction is easy after all.


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