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Book Review "The Secret: The Power"

Updated on August 8, 2012

The Secret Series:

Rhonda Byrne has written more than just "The Secret". She now has a library of books that go more in depth with the message she wants to share with the world. These books include:

  • The secret
  • The Power
  • The Magic
  • The Secret to Teen Power

She also have other media forms available such as DVD's and CD's.

The Power: Review

When I first watched the free 20 minute clip online of "The Secret", I was hooked. I quickly rented the full version of the movie, then went to to buy the books.

I waited excitedly for them to arrive. When they finally came I dug right in. I was on a mission to make my life better and I was sure that these books held the key to unlocking the door to the life I had always wanted.

The Power is fantastically written. It was smooth and easy. The hardest part was putting it down to do the things that needed tending to. It is very well organized. It has bullet points at the end of the chapter to touch back and refresh you on the key points.

This book is the best inspirational book I've ever read, honestly. The best. I'm not getting paid to say that (I wish I was).

The Power breaks things down in simple, easy to understand terms that give you a really clear picture of how things work with the law of attraction.

Two thumbs up. This is something you are going to want to add to your library collection for sure.

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      Nancy Yager 5 years ago from Hamburg, New York

      I say this over and over and few people get it, The secret of The Secret is that it is already there.

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      Mom Kat 5 years ago from USA

      PDXBuys: I appreciate your input. Let me clarify, my obsession wasn't over "the secret" it's self, rather the study of the law of attraction. Since being introduced to this information through the series I have discovered many other sources of information, techniques, and teachings on a much broader scope. I have always believed that a thirst for knowledge and self improvement is a good thing.

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      PDXBuys 5 years ago from Oregon

      Always be skeptical when reading (or viewing) something that claims to provide you with all of the answers. James Ray, who appeared as a guest speaker in the film version of "The Secret" ran a spiritual retreat camp in the Arizona desert. In 2009, three guests died in a sweat lodge "test-your-limits" exercise run by Ray. In 2011 Ray was found guilty on three counts of negligent homicide and was sentenced to two years in prison. The lesson is that there are benefits to "thinking positively" but you cannot lose your sense of reality and you should not get caught up in the claims of a charismatic cult leader. The "Law of Attraction" is an overly simplistic way of seeing the world. Things will not happen just because you want them to. You must still put in the hard work and be vigilant about your personal safety - and be fully aware of the limits and safety of those around you.

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      Mellonyy 5 years ago

      I watched the movie and was obsessed with it. Thanks for sharing this incredible book.Take care! Voted up!