Wednesday, July 10, 2013

I was looking for a book called "Love Virtually", but ended up buying these two books instead!

The Secret revealed the law of attraction & Rhonda Byrne reveals the greatest power in the universe – The Power to have anything you want.

I've never judged a book by its front cover; I always do by its back cover. How do you judge a book?

I gave in to curiosity in that I wanted to know the secret behind The Secret as some people swear that The Secret works for them while others think it's a bunch of hype.

I flipped through some pages and read bits here and there, and what caught my eye was this statement – "Food cannot cause you to put on weight, unless you think it can."

On page 59, the author writes:

"The most common thought that people hold, and I held it too, is that food was responsible for my weight gain. That is a belief that does not serve you, and in my mind now, it is complete balderdash! Food is not responsible for putting on weight. It is your thought that food is responsible for putting on weight that actually has food put on weight. Remember, thoughts are [the] primary cause of everything, and the rest is effects from those thoughts. Think perfect thoughts and the result must be perfect weight."

She advises that you can keep your weight down by avoiding the sight of fat people. "If you see people who are overweight, do not observe them, but immediately switch your mind to the picture of you in your perfect body and feel it."

So is that the real secret to weight loss? Overweight people need only to think the right thoughts, and they'll be thin?

Okay, I'm off for a scoff. *thinking thin thoughts* Maybe there's something in this after all.

I'm sorry, but this is utter nonsense.

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