It's a hocus-pocus scam book that makes a lot of unscientific claims but is popular because it promotes positive thinking and people like to have an illusion of control over what happens to them.
You can always read the book and/or watch the movie. But in a nutshell, if you really want something to happen, you can 'will' it to happen.
This is a book that promotes the positive thinking. But is based on certain unscientific claims. the USB of the book is the positive thinking.
You have to believe you can attract or achieve whatever you choose to. Think about what it is you want, imagine you already have it and imagine how you would feel it it were so. Do this regularly and see what happens. The worlds your oyster. Easy to do and costs nothing. The mind is a fascinating piece of equipment and you might as well use it to your advantage while you are living in this evolution.
i guess its the compatibility and frequency match. once you know you have something in common and something to talk about then it clicks
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