Personal Alchemy : The Missing Ingredient For The Law Of Attraction Success by Michelle Dobbins

Personal Alchemy: The Missing Ingredient For Law Of Attraction SuccessPersonal Alchemy: The Missing Ingredient For Law Of Attraction Success by Michelle Martin Dobbins

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was scrolling through the list of books that were free on Kindle and this book popped up. I’m really glad it did because I do have an interest in making things balance. I read all sorts of self help books, gathering inspiration and support for my life.

This was a simple easy read, full of good advice, web sites to follow up research with and positive ways to improve the feel of your life. Everyone has times in their life when they feel really good, I’m happiest with my books. Other times are harder, dealing with any form of salesman makes me shudder. In both of these situations we have our own vibrations, which vary with our feelings.

The idea behind the book is to recognise the feelings when we are happy and raise feelings of the harder moments in our lives to match, to have a positive effect on out lives. Reading this book left me all happy, warm and fuzzy.

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What about you? Have you ever stopped to consider how you feel in any situation and consciously made an effort to change that feeling?

8 thoughts on “Personal Alchemy : The Missing Ingredient For The Law Of Attraction Success by Michelle Dobbins

  1. Hi Rosie .. that’s great to know – I’ve gone off self-help books in recent years and rely on myself to sort imbalances out … I hope this summer that will fructify into major action …

    I’ve learnt to adjust things … as I went through the last few years with my mother and uncle .. it was necessary …

    Cheers Hilary

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  2. Your question is a good one. It has been pointed out to me that I am a problem solver but usually don’t take the time to think out my solution carefully enough – so I’ve made a conscious effort to take some time, when presented with a problem in a group, to take a breath, listen to everyone else and then present my solution. Not that I manage to do this all the time!

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