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4 Rules 4 Miraculous Work/Creation

1. Be positive.
2. Send love
3. Have fun.
4. Kick Ass

These are things that Marianne Williamson 
talks about in her new book:
The Law Divine Compensation
On Work Money and Miracles.

There are certain books that come to us when we need to hear or inherit the message.  There are other books that are game changers just by the title and you run out and snatch them up.
This book was a complete combo of those for me.

Because I've learned so much from
Gabriel Bernstien, Mastin Kipp Marie Forleo, it's hard to miss the opportunity when listening to them share their spark
to learn about a teacher that all three of them have in common; Marianne Williamson.
She wrote a wildly popular best seller; A Return To Love which comes from her teaching
A Course In Miracles.  (It's next on my reading to do list!)
What she stands for and who she is as a spiritual teacher is profound.

But this book! This book! I can't get enough of it.
It's one of those reads, much like Spirit Junkie and Crazy Sexy Diet that I can't wait to share with my clients, family and friends by buying a handful of copies.
I do not in any means want to be over bearing spiritually of course but
I do want to assist in sharing the message - a way to look at answers to so many of the same questions that I hear over and over again when it comes to work and money.
In the current economic state it's sometimes hard to feel like there
is more than enough for everyone and that by simply asking we can have what it is that we truly need.
It is also sometimes tough when we come up with a heavy story
about why we can't or shouldn't have nice things or an abundance of anything.
Last, there may be tension or relationship issues within your workplace that are blocks to your personal growth and success.
What I am asking you to do is be open to what this artful piece of literature has to offer.
Let this book guide you through whatever it is you are experiencing over Work, Money and Miracles and teach you valuable lesson on how you can see things differently.  There doesn't have to be such intense suffering or chaos over the matter. We can, you can see things differently.

That's what books do.
They help us see things differently.

Is there a book that's been a game changer for you?
What are you reading right now?
As always, I welcome the input, feedback
and love in the comments below on the facebook page or in an email!

In love and bliss,
Mick G


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