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One Truth, One Law

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One Truth, One Law is a great addition to the spectrum of books on the Law of Attraction. If you loved The Secret and What the Bleep Do We Know!? then you will love this book.

I, too, am from Virginia Beach and grew up in the shadow of the A.R.E. or as we called it the Edgar Cayce Center. And while it took me a long time to actually understand who he was and what happened at the Center, I always kind of grew up with more of an affinity towards the metaphysical. I also went along for the laws of attraction ride that were popular at the turn of the 21st century and my parents are firm believers in the Science of Mind, so this book sits very well with my soul.

I remember having some very memorable experiences with meditation when I was younger and I really had to sit an think about how and what I felt about them. Years later, watching Harry Potter I had a flashback to those experiences. There's a scene when Harry asks Dumbledore where what he's experiencing is real or if it's all in his head. And Dumbledore looks at him and says well, of course, it all happening in your head, but why would that mean it isn't real. And that was pretty much the conclusion I decided to go with all those years ago.

The idea that God is inside us, is us is a concept that Hollywood has been flirting with for a long time. (see The Rock, The Da Vinci Code, etc).  One Truth, One Law is a great addition to this line of thinking.

I recommend this book for those that are of a mind to change their thinking to more of an "I think, therefore, I am" mindset.

*ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.*
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Thich Nhat Hahn defined enlightenment as "when a wave realizes it is the ocean," and that is an apt summary of the thesis of this book. Though the information shared by Erin Wesley is similar in content to more well-known spiritual tomes by Wayne Dyer, Eckart Tolle, Louise Hay and many others, with the lynchpin being the understanding that we are not separate from God, but rather, "there is only one of us here," this book held my interest as a story of one woman's journey to finding life's answers within herself.

My thanks to the author for providing a review copy, which did not influence my comments.
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I am new to Netgalley and this is only my second review. 
I enjoyed reading this, it has given me a great deal to think about and look back at. It's written well and is very clear. I enjoyed the last chapter.
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This book had concepts that I agreed with and some that I didn’t. Overall, it was a decent read and gave me many things to think about when  I am reflecting.
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I've read a few channeled books (although it says it's not channeled), and most are quite good. This one is as well. Simple, clear language and messages (although it may take time to get your head around some of the ideas, particularly if you're new to the concepts). This doesn't contain much if anything that isn't in other channeled books, but it's still excellent and includes info everyone needs to understand. My only hesitation is that the voice does not say anything like, "don't take my word for it" (unless I missed it), which for me is pretty important -- I do believe this stuff. But testing it for ourselves (as suggested by the Buddha) helps give it legitimacy. The last short chapter does clearly say to only listen to yourself, which is essentially a way to testing the ideas for yourself. Recommended particularly for those that have not read channeled texts.

Thanks very much for the ARC for review!!
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