Manifesting Methods For Would Be Millionaires

The Midwest Book Review

Manifesting Methods For Would Be Millionaires
Susan James
Vast Five Publishing
Suite 218, 644 Greenville Ave., Staunton, VA 24401
ISBN: 1-59113-181-2, $19.95, 2001, pp. 139, www.susanjames.org

What if becoming a millionaire wasn’t about striving to attain wealth, goal setting or aggressive marketing? What if becoming a millionaire was as easy as going to the grocery store?

According to Susan James, consultant and author of Manifesting Methods For Would Be Millionaires, becoming a millionaire IS that easy. In the opening of the book, James says that achieving millionaire status is truly just, “The application of the mechanics of Energy and Spirit toward multimillionaire status.”

Using an theory James calls User Friendly Physics, this book reveals how thoughts, not action, create the millionaires of the world. Better yet, she tells us how to change our thoughts and thus raise our vibrations to millionaire status. She tells us how we keep ourselves from becoming millionaires: constant worrying about how we will pay our bills, speaking words that contradict what we say we want for our lives, even our attitudes toward other things unrelated to money. All our words and thoughts are energy and create our reality. So, in order to get to millionaire, we must align the thoughts and words we present to the world, and more importantly, to ourselves, with what we want, not what we don’t want.

Divided into a series of 50 essays or “branches,” each expanding on the last, this book reveals the recipe for millionaire. Also included is an index of resources for further study and “games” James devised to change our focus from lack to millionaire.

This book is very thought?provoking, revealing where our thoughts go awry, where we can change our attitudes to align ourselves with the financial situation we say we want. It seems so simple: If we need gas for the car, we think about wanting gas and drive to the gas station. We don’t complain about not having gas or whine that we won’t be able to drive our car when it finally runs completely out. We simply align ourselves with the need for gas, drive to a gas station and fill it up.

Is becoming a millionaire so simple? According to Susan James it is. Maybe if enough of us read and apply her ideas, we’ll see how simple it is, too.

Shannon McKelden Cave
Reviewer/The Midwest Book Review

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