Rhonda Byrne "The Secret" Book Review2215236

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An Objective Review of "The Secret"

The Secret from Rhonda Byrne did not take a very lengthy time to make to the International Bestseller List. Rhonda Byrne was suddenly world famous, and personal development came to the fore. Many people had definitely never heard of either personal development or Rhonda Byrne, but they paid attention when her message was co-delivered with each other with over a dozen of the worlds very best recognized coaches. Josef Asaraf crystallized it when he said: "You can have something that you want I don't care how big it is."

Shortly following he states that, Bob Proctor goes ahead to introduce us to The Secret as the Law of Attraction, stating that every thing in our lives is attracted there by your thoughts. Thinking about what you want or do not want will create your reality simply because these are the thoughts that dominate your consciousness.

This review tries to assist you determine if it is worthwhile for you to buy and study The Secret.

The Cast and Message of "The Secret"

It is safe to say that the most credible thing about The Secret from Rhonda Byrne is that it used the best minds in the industry - a combination of such great minds behind a project is hard to ignore. Bob Proctor, author of "You We Born Rich," Jack Canfield, author the "Chicken Soup for the Soul" books, James Arthur Ray, Joe Vitale, John Asaraf and dozens of other people came forward in professional capacity to show us the outcomes of using the law of attraction in their lives. They all claimed that The Secret by Byrne had made them effective, and had been used by historical icons like Leonardo DaVinci, Ludwig Van Beethoven, Thomas Edison, Einstein, JD Rockefeller, Dale Carnegie and many much more with the exact same fantastic results.

It is true that all these historical figures had one typical thread of belief running via them which is that we manipulate the outcome of what we attract by directing our thoughts. They also all believed in the interconnectedness of the universe which brought on us to be linked to everything. Focusing your mind on some thing and attuning your energy at the exact same frequency with it could make it come to you.

Just the fact that these people believed these things and that they were extremely successful tends to make it hard to ignore The Secret by Rhonda Byrne.

A Word of Caution

The principles as portrayed in the films and the book The Secret are potent if they are used. They only fail as they are presented because they do not inform the entire story. The tell you to go through a 3 step procedure of ask, think and receive. They omit that the lives of the icons that they highlight had another typical theme as nicely. They pursued with desire, they planned carefully, and they were persistent in obtaining what they wanted. Most of them in reality, did not start off as successes. They had to work, and in my examination of both book and film, The Secret by Byrne totally ignores this.

There is more to personal growth and self development than just ask, believe and obtain. For somebody who has no idea, this missing element could start you on a extremely misleading path.

My guess is that the individuals who made this movie, and who were involved in its making know that there's much more to it than they put out in the book. They know that you have to invest action and persistence to attain, but they neglected to create it in the book. I cannot understand why.

My conclusion is that The Secret is a great book to have in your library and helps to keep you focused when you're working on a project you focus only on success. If you really feel that it is adequate for you, I want you health and prosperity as you continue on your journey of self development. I would otherwise suggest that you look for a more holistic method to personal development.

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