Use Your Psychic Powers to Have It All
Release Your Psi-Force for Health, Wealth, Success & Peace of Mind
by Uri Geller
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Pub Date 12 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 5 Oct 2021
Watkins, Watkins Publishing
Uri Geller would love to write a book revealing himself as a trickster. It would be an instant bestseller: people around the world would be thrilled to know that he really did fool the CIA and Mossad, and scientists at the Stanford Research Institute and the University of London. But he can't do it, because he knows that his psychic powers are real – just as yours are, too!
This is a guide to releasing your PSI-FORCE and using it for whatever purpose you want. Your psi-force will help you excel at sport, outsmart your boss, win at games, make friends, attract a lover, overcome illness and depression, come to terms with disaster, be a financial success, and, above all, be happy and content. But you must learn to channel your psychic powers your way. Uri will teach you how to get the best out of your particular talent using the dynamic force that is in you already, just waiting to be awakened.
The book is packed full of tests to assess your own psychic potential and progress, as well as step-by-step guidance to connecting with and using psi-force, from reading the intentions and thoughts of others to out-psyching your boss and bank manager to drawing on psi-force to manifest your desired outcomes.
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Average rating from 3 members
Absolutely brilliant book. Far from being born rich, Uri Geller grew up in a modest household, or to quote him, a humble background, and since then has succeeded both in material terms and in psychic terms mixing with famous artists and rock stars on the way to his amazing success, and he has had his fair share of trials and tribulations to boot. In the meantime he has written many books, and this is an excellent one. In this book he does his best to share his knowledge with the general reader, and in my case, mainly succeeds. I would, therefore, recommend this book highly.