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The Game of Life and How to Play It is a metaphysical classic. Ms.Shinn uses everyday situations to emphasis how

metaphysics and spiritual concepts enhance your life. Believe me, you won't want to put this book down.

Your Word is Your Wand: A Sequel to the Game of Life and How to Play It By Florence Scovel Shinn

 

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If you read my review for Ms.Shinn's other book "The Game of Life and How to Play It" her sequel "Your Word Is Your Wand" is just as riveting. This sequel hones in on the power of our words and how we can use them for goodwill or impediments in our life. Definitely worth taking note!

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I initially purchased Autobiography of a Yogi in paperback. After reading, underlining, and highlighting points in the book that inspired me, I purchased the hardcover edition. In my view, Autobiography of a Yogi is a treasure. It's not for everyone as it is advanced spiritually; however, it is written for the common individual in simple language. In fact, anyone picking up this book to read simply out of curiosity will be inspired. The content is witty and intelligently written. If you are searching for answers to the mysteries of our existence, you will find that this book will satisfy your curiosity. 

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The Power of Positive Thinking

By Norman Vincent Peale

The Power of Positive Thinking is a publication centered around spiritual principles in practical terms. It's a must read for anyone whether you are consciously seeking God or simply looking for positive inspiration.

Be Thankful For Difficulties

November 21, 2019

OK, to make things clear, the title "Be Thankful For Difficulties" does not mean that we have to enjoy or invite difficulties into our life. However, it does mean that if we view our difficulties from the proper perspective, they can become a blessing in disguise.

It's not easy though. I mean, who wants to go through hard times? Most of us (if not all of us) would like to have an easy life void of all the problems that inevitably come with living on this tumultuous earth.

I don't believe anyone can escape life's difficulties! But unfortunately, it seems to be the only way we make conscious effort to grow!

In the article "Facing Challenges Makes You Stronger" there is a small paragraph (I changed the original word 'challenges' to 'difficulties') that says "but it's important to remember that, whatever the problem, there is almost always a solution. Facing difficulties is a way to push ourselves to see what we are capable of. What's more, when we look back on tough times, we can be proud of how we dealt with the difficulty and remind ourselves that life does get better."

I personally would also change the words "whatever the problem, there is almost always a solution" to "there IS ALWAYS a solution." Whether we discover the solution is another story altogether. Many times, if we just "get our egos out of the way" our true-self can expose the solution intuitively. The Creator is always trying to assist us for the better if we will only allow ourselves to "listen" to that still small voice within. A solution will not be forced upon us, we must be "open to it."

The website Tiny Buddha is full of fun and insights. I would highly recommend checking it out. The piece "7 Ways to Get Past Tough Situations Quickly" is uplifting and full of simple antidotes steeped in wisdom.

Go forth on your earthly journey with this thought in mind: "because I am responsible for my life, I will decide to succeed. I am believing I will make it." (Taken from an old book of verses I found in my collection)

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