Ready to turn what you want into the life that you live? The #1 New York Times best-selling author of The Universe Has Your Back shows you how.
In Super Attractor, Gabrielle Bernstein lays out the essential methods for manifesting a life beyond your wildest dreams.
This book is a journey of remembering where your true power lies. You'll learn how to co-create the life you want. You'll accept that life can flow, that attracting is fun, and that you don't have to work so hard to get what you want. Most important, you'll feel good. And when you feel good, you'll give off a presence of joy that elevates everyone around you.
Super Attractor is a manifesto for confidently claiming your desires. In these pages, you'll learn how to:
• Do less and attract more
• Relax and trust that what you desire is on the way
• Know that spiritual guidance is available to you at all times
• Feel a sense of awe each day as you witness miracles unfold
Accepting that you are a Super Attractor will change everything. You'll trust that it's safe to release the past, and you'll no longer fear the future. You'll tap into an infinite source of abundance, energy, joy, and well-being. This well-being will become the norm for you, and you'll grow to embrace it as your birthright. Most importantly, you'll know intuitively how to show up for life and bring more light to the world around you.
Motivational speaker Bernstein (May Cause Miracles) covers well-trodden ground in her spirited, guide to attracting what one wants. Taking cues from the 1976 self-help bestseller A Course in Miracles namely that each thought is important and "emits energy" Bernstein directs readers on how to choose their thoughts and feelings in order to attract what they desire. The author identifies seven blocks to one's attracting power among them "believing in lack" and "fearing rejection" and explains how to overcome each: notice the feeling, forgive the feeling, and choose to feel differently. Bernstein also references the Abraham-Hicks Emotional Guidance Scale to help readers identify emotions and then move up the scale toward more positive emotional states; other suggested practices are prayer (or meditation) and journaling. For the book's second half, Bernstein explores her attracting methods from a Christian perspective and explains how to make connections with arch angels, guardian angels, and spirit guides, which can include deceased family members and former teachers. Bernstein, seemingly as an afterthought, also encourages readers to make sure their desire to connect with spirits is "backed with service" and to remain in a state of appreciation. Her optimistic book will appeal to anyone who already believes "that good things can come easily."