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Illusions by Richard Bach
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Mar 12, 2008

it was amazing
Read in March, 2008

I heard about the book on Esther & Jerry Hicks Video. After reading the reviews here on Goodreads I decided to make the 10 odd minute trip to Kinokuniya to grab a copy. I never regretted it. A book which carries the message of how we mould our own future, our own life, our own outcomes in a very engaging way. I finished this wonderful book in 4 hours or so. If you need anything to lift your spirits when you are feeling down, or restore your faith in the Law of Attraction, this is one of the many books that will be very helpful.
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Natasha! Lincoln I love that you see this as LOA. When he was trying to attract the blue feather and it appeared on the carton because he didn't visualize himself in the picture is totally something Abraham would talk about :)

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Glenn Riley I was inspired by this book myself, so much on fact that it inspired me to explore the idea of whether life is an illusion. I've now written my own book on the subject entitled Illusions? Maybe now available on Amazon. It hasn't attracted a positive response with one or two angry Richard Bach fans thinking I'm trying to take his crown which was never my intention. No other book, including mine would never top Richard Bachs immortal classic. It was written with heart and soul which is why its wisdom is enduring and leaves a long lasting impression. I researched all the metaphysics and quantum mechanics theories enclosed in mine which gives it a somewhat artificial feel. Doesn't even come close.

Shakirah Your book must be interesting, Glenn

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