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Are you ready to challenge your current thoughts, beliefs and assumptions?Are you ready to push beyond your self-imposed boundaries?Are you ready to create outrageous results in every single area of your life?Harmonic Wealth will help you open up to a life of abundance and contentment, free from feelings of dissatisfaction and insecurity. It's a gratifying way to live, andAre you ready to challenge your current thoughts, beliefs and assumptions?Are you ready to push beyond your self-imposed boundaries?Are you ready to create outrageous results in every single area of your life?Harmonic Wealth will help you open up to a life of abundance and contentment, free from feelings of dissatisfaction and insecurity. It's a gratifying way to live, and it's within your reach.James Arthur Ray received international fame for his contribution to the bestselling The Secret and now presents his practical, results driven programme for becoming absolutely unstoppable in achieving what you want in life. Using a combination of ancient wisdom traditions and cutting-edge research, Harmonic Wealth reveals how true wealth can only be achieved when the five key pillars of life - financial, relational, mental, physical, and spiritual - are in harmony with one another. Learn how to:? Increase your creativity, intelligence and mental functioning? Strengthen your personal relationships- Achieve financial success- Increase your energy level and invigorate your body- Vanquish the fears that have held you back in your life'James Ray tells you exactly what you need to do to create the life you want. Powerful but entertaining. I highly recommend it'Jack Canfield, co-author of The Success Principles and Chicken Soup for the Soul series About The Author: About the Author James Arthur Ray has devoted more than two decades to studying the thoughts, actions, and habits of a wide diversity of teachings and teachers who create wealth in every area of life. A popular speaker, and featured expert in The Secret, James is a spiritual teacher with unique business credentials (as an entrepreneur and also as a top sales manager and personal and business growth expert). He has been a guest on The Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, Moneyline, Good Morning America, ABC World News Tonight, and the Today show among others. His book, Harmonic Wealth: The Secret of Attracting the Life...

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Harmonic Wealth: The Secret of Attracting the Life You Want Reviews

  • Diane Dutton
    2019-02-23 05:33

    James Ray has a unique approach to the Laws of Attraction. It is an approach that works. This book, the latest in his series, moves beyond the laws and takes you to all areas of your life in thoughts, feelings and actions.Go 3 for 3 for your life. Well worth reading or listening to if you like to hear the book in order to assimilate the principles -

  • Erin
    2019-03-10 08:09

    I give up. I simply cannot finish this book. He has a lot to say that I think is dead-on accurate, but he focuses WAY too much on financial wealth. It's only one of his "five pillars of harmonic wealth," and yet he devotes nearly half the book to talking about it. I felt like he paid lip service to the philosophy that money can't buy happiness & that a lack of money or a mismanagement of money buys a lot of UNhappiness, but he lost me with the focus on becoming a multimillionaire. Particularly since he completely devalues formal education in the process (he doesn't have any form of college degree), saying that virtually no one will use what they learned in school anyway. (Hello?!! I use what I learned every day, even the things I never thought would be useful! I just don't use them in ways I would have expected when I was 20.)I'm sorry--not everyone in this world can be (or wants to be) a millionaire. In fact, in order for people to hire folks to do all their menial tasks--you know, because they're on their way to becoming "bigger" and therefore richer people--SOMEONE has to work for a pittance. So his logic irritates the living daylights out of me. And admittedly I'm biased, but just because you're rich doesn't mean you provide more service to the world. I can think of a LOT of rich people who do far less to improve this world than a whole lot of less-well-paid folks: librarians, social workers, and teachers, for starters.I could rant for hours on this book, but I'll spare you the rest. Bottom line: read something else instead. Try Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert or something by Thich Nhat Hanh, any of Barbara Kingsolver's nonfiction, or even You Can Heal Your Life by Louise Hay. (I hear that one's good--haven't read it yet.)

  • Gloria Niles
    2019-02-26 03:24

    Ray does an excellent job of explaining the five pilar a of wealth. His voice makes the book easy and interesting to read. Thought provoking exercises make this book life changing for those willing to put in the work.

  • Carl
    2019-03-04 07:20

    I don't avoid chaos, actually as a warrior I seek it out so that I may bring order to it. "Endless oceans of money flow to me, in ever-increasing quantities and avalanches of abundance, for I am one with God and God is everything""It takes longer to grow a mighty oak than a willow""Make your intention statements specific, positive, and present tense."" You form your world with your intention and you hold it together with your attention."

  • Jshawlee
    2019-02-25 04:27

    Can't wait to read this one...

  • Tony Williams
    2019-03-20 07:09

    If you have read the book or seen the movie The Secret then you will have already seen or read James Arthur Ray’s opinions about the Law of Attraction as he was one of the many contributors. However, Harmonic Wealth is far more than another of the countless books that have sprung up in the wake of The Secret’s incredible success.The content and structure of Harmonic Wealth is divided into the so called “five pillars of wealth” which the author believes are essential to a harmonious and wealthy life. On the face of it this makes perfect sense as it is pointless in having lots of money if we are in poor health or have nobody to share it with.In order to grasp more of what the book is about it might be a good idea for me to outline the five pillars: Financial – income, savings etc. These are the obvious things that spring to mind when most people think of wealth; but have you stopped to consider exactly how much you need, or more specifically, want?Relational – your relationship with yourself and those around you. Not just your marriage, your children and family, but also the relationships you have from day to day with everybody you come into contact with; including work colleagues and even the checkout operator at the supermarket.Mental – are you of the opinion that your education finished when you left school or college? Or perhaps you are a voracious reader and have a constant hunger for knowledge? Personally, I would tend to agree with the author when he suggests that working on your mental ‘pillar’ can only help when it comes to increasing your overall wealth. It seems obvious, but is it really?Physical – It stands to reason that if you are fit and healthy then you will have more potential to make the most of your time. After all; a person who is in poor health will not have the energy or inclination to enjoy any of the more physical pursuits that life has to offer. Have you paid attention to your physical well-being recently?Spiritual – Just what does it mean to be more spiritual? Do you have to subscribe to one of the long established religions and keep up a structured routine of worship, or is there another way? James Arthur Ray’s writing on the subject will certainly give you some food for thought.ConclusionAll in all, I found Harmonic Wealth very enjoyable and at times enlightening and motivational reading. However, I did get the impression that the author was at times on his ‘soapbox’ – particularly when he is enthusing about his diet and his obvious obsession with wholesome and natural foods. I personally would not wish to subscribe to a carbon copy lifestyle as I believe that most things taken in moderation won’t do any harm. It’s only a minor criticism though, and does not detract from the overall quality of the book.If you’re like me and like to regularly top up your positive thinking levels while also relaxing with a good book, then Harmonic Wealth will be right up your street. The five pillars of wealth seem like obvious good sense and I’m sure that paying attention to each of them, with a sprinkling of common sense, can help us all to live happier and wealthier lives.

  • Claude Vertu
    2019-03-09 11:33

    This book as "food for thought" is quite good, but I would have preferred to acquire it used and then send the author half of the retail value because it seems to me that half of the wisdom therein (and I feel I'm being generous by saying half) was his own wisdom. I also grew tired of his constant catch-phrase "think about that one" which comes up time and again in the book as it does in his interviews. For one, the concepts are not so far fetched or shocking that I need to pause and think about them, and for two; the fact that I would spend $30 on a book about "conscious concepts" in order to better myself and better my planet is a sign that I am already "thinking". I find his delivery all too often condescending and/or patronizing and/or arrogant. That said, I still like the man, I still like his book, and I strongly recommend it.To be perfectly honest, I've read/heard/seen most of it before. That said, it remains an informative book, but Ray would have done well to "think about that one" himself, probing and thinking deeper on some of his own concepts, for example, his idea of "blessing" food, or his alleged "logic" surrounding the idea of why it's okay to eat animals (he should have just omitted that concept altogether). Quite frankly, I feel that anybody looking to get ahead in business or to attain wealth should give this book a good read; it truly is informative, however, if it's true spiritual enlightenment or life philisophies you seek, it might be worth considering a different read.Beyond reading an "attainment philosphy" book, I personally tend to observe the author's life before I buy into their personal philosophies. On one hand, I'm supposed to believe that this man has attained all this widsom and is living a "harmoniously wealthy" life, yet he was arrested in connection with deaths of participants at his sweat lodge ceremony and was tried for manslaughter (he was acquitted of manslaughter but was convicted of three counts of negligent homicide). How exactly is this harmonious living? I can't help but feel that either he doesn't practice what he preaches, or his own "pillars" failed him. It is with this observation that I read the book as "food for thought", but not as an essential guide to "harmonious wealth".There is good in everything, and as such, there is much good in this book. If you can get beyond the author's arrogance and see through some of the "not so well thought on" concepts, you'll actually get much from this book. Definitely worth the read, even at its full retail price.

  • David
    2019-03-09 10:25

    What bizarre ontic resonances play off of this text.It's the work of a fallen health-and-wealth guru, at the height of his game. The essence of this book is no different than the work of Crefo A. Dollar or Joel Osteen, only spun through some peculiar quantum multiversal lens. The "law of attraction" is just the Prosperity Gospel's name it and claim it," two birds of one flawed feather.I feel the power of it, why it would have filled him with such wild confidence. It's potently seductive Me-magic, a radiant festival of Ego-self energy, in which the multiverse bends to the whim of your intention. Just want it, and it shall be yours, through some spooky action at a distance.Oh Dear God, the hubris.The tasty, tasty, hubris.Within 24 months of having ridden this work to fame and fortune and Oprah, the author was in prison, locked up for the negligent homicide of three of his devotees.The reality of what this ethos manifested makes the reading of this book all the more fascinating...and great material for a sermon.A word to the author: Hey. You. James Arthur Ray. I'm sure you're reading this. Has it occurred to you that the self you are now...still sure you did nothing wrong, still sure that ego-success is just around the the same future self that drew that past you down this dark path? Damn, son. Don't mess with the multiverse unless you know how willing the Creator of all Things is to allow us to fail. Really, really fail. We attract our own destruction.

  • Waseem
    2019-03-03 11:09

    Whilst this book is great and brings together many aspects of the law of attraction teachings and self help material taught by many like James Arthur Ray - in line with his own message and advice .., don't just jump into something without following your gut feeling too ...And I do think the author is just me me me at times ... Hence no wonder he just assumes everybody could be as dedicated or all out like.. Which recently on his watch caused the deaths of many innocent people who just followed his lead and got him in prison Nevertheless not to take anything away from his teachings completely - this program does indeed have many golden nuggets - even if just a rehash of what's already out there to some extent - yet refreshing to hear in another style to keep us remembering what's important and to make it stick...To Our Continued Success!Waseem Mirza

  • Joelle Anthony
    2019-03-19 09:12

    Well, in a way I learned quite a bit from this book. But about halfway through I found out the author is in prison, which sort of threw me off a bit. I mean, yes, he's got some great stuff in here, but you's a little weird to discover he went off the rails with it later. As my dad says, "That's why you have to be your own hero."Anyway, I found this a very useful book and I'm glad I read it. Like others said, tons of it is just old theories in a new, somewhat fresh, way. But all self-help really is anyway. I would recommend this, but I'm not going to give it stars because I feel a little uncomfortable about the author-prison what he says can help you, but do what I say not as I do....

  • Avel Rudenko
    2019-02-27 10:12

    This book is a perfect survivor guide luckily left to the followers of James Arthur Ray before the unfortunate accident and eventual conviction of this highly vibrant author. You will find golden nuggets of life-altering wisdom on every page, and along with the principles from "The Secret." This will be a wonderful one, two punch to attracting the high-frequency and vibration via energy and harmony to your life and alter your DNA, resulting in a life free of all clutter and negativity. Ray reminds us to "read everything" we can lay our hands on. Leaders are readers. Also, we must stay away from the "plug-in drug" the infamous verdict that is out of the bag, the television.

  • Alana
    2019-02-26 06:32

    James Arthur Ray is bursting with knowledge and is enthusiastic to share what he has learned. This book is meant to be absorbed and the wisdom applied. I listened to the book on MP3 and just ordered a hardcopy because I want to highlight points and work on the principles Ray expounds. I believe that those who become convinced that thoughts are energy and that we can create our own reality by how we choose to think, will find a new life unfolding before them. I hope to change my lifelong habit of negative thinking and depression and begin to see the future I want to have and to believe that it is already here. Watch me grow!

  • Diana Nagy
    2019-03-17 10:21

    Great book! Gets you thinking about things you've never even considered. You end up becoming a different person (no joke) from reading this book and asking yourself the questions contained throughout. You will definitely believe in the law of attraction after you've read this book. One more thing: I promise if you read this book, and follow the tips contained within you will attract the life that you want. It did for me and day after day, its getting better and better! Thanks James Arthur Ray!

  • Daniel Taylor
    2019-03-05 10:06

    Some books are filled with great ideas but because of self-limitations they're hard to put into practice. Straight away I connected to Ray's raw conversational style and took action on his ideas. As a result, I spent three weeks in a city I'd wanted to explore, have started dating and am attracting one opportunity after another. The ideas in this book are useless unless you do something with them. Unless you make them work, you can't say whether they're just theory. Some books you can live by day to day and this is one of those.

  • Floyd Saunders
    2019-03-18 05:12

    Just started this book after attending his workshop. Many of the ideas are concepts I have been aware of for 20 years, but not fully applied. It is great to be in touch with a positive influence and some new steps to apply. My relationships and professional life is better as a result. It's too bad, Mr. Ray took his concepts a bit too far and some of his followers died in a sweat lodge. James Arthur Ray was found guilty in these deaths. I still think the concepts of attracting what you want into your life is true.

  • Shammah
    2019-02-25 06:14

    Am absolutely loving this book, and it's a slow read because of how the author has pulled together so much of what I've read previously, understood from others and from my own inner promptings. I sense it'll be a "keeper" for many re-reads in the future. I've barely made a dent in it, and the author has had me hooked from the first page! I love the five pillars; it makes so much sense.

  • Melvin
    2019-03-09 05:24

    This book is a great way to understand how the many areas of your life are manageable with using the laws and principles of success. I attended this seminar in LAs vegas, and received life changing advice. The book is a great way to put me back in mind in the frame of mind to achieve the life that we all wish to have.

  • Thankful Reader
    2019-03-12 03:11

    This book has many great nuggets. The book is written from a Law of Attraction perspective, but has valuable information for those who desire balance in all areas of life. I enjoyed some parts more than others, but I would definitely suggest this as a beginner's book for someone starting out on any spiritual path.

  • Maureen
    2019-03-12 10:29

    meaty and juicy guidance about achieving wealth in the major areas of life -- financially, spiritually, mentally, relationally, and physically. great online references are included in the text for further study with this author and his ideas. i appreciated the scientific grounding he provides for his work.

  • Barda Allen
    2019-03-06 05:21

    I'm not doing my due diligence with this book, like I can't seem to just sit down and devour it. Could be , because there are lists to make, etc... so I read a little, skim a little and looking for time to create my lists. This is written by James Arthur Ray, he is one of the teachers in The Secret.

  • Beth
    2019-03-15 10:27

    This was required reading for a seminar I attended. Having studied the Law of Attraction for a couple of decades, I wasn't expecting much but so far, I'm enjoying James' approach. I don't agree 100 percent with what he says or how he says it, but it's better than I anticipated.

  • Kara Maia Spencer
    2019-03-02 07:25

    While I agree with what the author is saying about creating balance in all arenas of one's life for success, I find his personal stories and opinions to be somewhat tedious and grating. I'm having a hard time finishing this one.

  • Tihomir
    2019-03-10 11:29

    It was very excited book. It contains a lot of useful techniques and theories that are close to my kind of thinking. I will apply some of them in the future. Definitely I will read that book again.

  • Taiysha
    2019-03-22 05:32

    Time to start going 3 for 3, which is aligning your thoughts, feelings, and actions. There is so many great and practical things to take away from this book and start applying them to your own life. I highly recommend this book.

  • Shellie (Layers of Thought)
    2019-03-21 06:06

    Not a great book, and not a smart thing to do. NYT article link on what's happening around this author in AZ right now - 10/09 reading the book this is not the first time he's "bottomed out".

  • Kris
    2019-03-02 05:31

    I learned a lot about creating the life I want. I also learned to take complete responsibility for my choices at every moment and how to be aware of how my thoughts create my reality. Great book!

  • Alyson Mosher
    2019-02-25 07:18

    Very inspirational. Changes the way you think about life

  • Alex
    2019-03-09 04:31

    Much of the material is recycled from other sources, however it is still powerful. Engaging speaker and author. Some new ideas in here that are noteworthy. Will review the material again.

  • Lori Grant
    2019-02-25 03:15

    An optional-read book on success frameworks in self development for knowledge workers, managers, executives, and entrepreneurs.

  • Armando Aguirre
    2019-02-22 05:31

    Still reading...Chapter 6 - Your Results are a Reflection of You...ouch! Does this hit home or what?