How many times have you wished that you knew exactly step by step how to change your life or the particular action that would lead you towards success? That perhaps someone would drop off a nice manual (with full colour illustrations) detailing exactly what you need to do to live a healthy, happy, fulfilled life. Likely, far too many.
Unfortunately, there is no such text. Still, that doesn't mean there isn't an excellent resource available to us. The truth is that we have all the guidance we need right here and right now. No guru is necessary and there's no fancy equipment to buy. To make full use of this resource, we only have to delve into three things: our dreams, coincidence, and imagination.
The Only Three Things asks the reader to become aware of themselves, their unique potentials, and open to all that the world has to offer. So often in our striving, we lose track of our original intention. We forget that happiness isn't defined by having the most toys. Our views of life and living become narrow. We become closed to the opportunities that life brings.
I felt lighter after reading this book. I used the author's exercise asking for guidance on a particular problem that has been on my mind of late. I was pleasantly surprised by the result. Within half an hour, the universe gave me three very strong reactions. Even in my stubbornness, I couldn't dispute the answer.
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