The Art of Happiness, Peace & Purpose
- Manifesting Magic, Book 6
- Narrated by: Craig Beck
- Length: 48 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 05-05-16
- Language: English
- Publisher: Author's Republic
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Perhaps we wouldn't even need books like this one if religion hadn't painted the image of God as the bearded angry guy who sits on a throne passing judgment on us sinful mortals. As a whole, we seem to have got terribly mixed up about praying. More often than not we drop to our knees and ask God for help only in our darkest moments. We see prayer as a cry for help, like a child who has fallen off the swing screams for his mother. What upsets us with prayer is when we fall off the swing and 'mom' doesn't come running. Our cries for help appear to go unnoticed, and this causes us a great sensation of being alone and unloved.
In this penultimate book in the Manifesting Magic series, Craig Beck reveals the truth about why your prayers go unanswered and how you use the power of divinity within you to ask, believe, and receive the life of your dreams.
Just how powerful you really are
How to disconnect from negative thoughts
How to hear the wisdom of your soul
Where to find the pure divine power of the universe
How to talk to God and create your own miracles
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Scott Kelly on 08-22-16
Well done Craig Beck!
What made the experience of listening to The Art of Happiness, Peace & Purpose the most enjoyable?
Practical and insightful guide that delivers the tools necessary in order to become a better version of yourself. Craig's advice can be implemented immediately and will improve your relationships, career, and guide you on the path to finding true happiness and purpose.
What was one of the most memorable moments of The Art of Happiness, Peace & Purpose?
The importance of learning to manifest through gratefulness.
What about Craig Beck’s performance did you like?
His voice is soothing. His advice is practical.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The passage on focusing on gratitude to strengthen relationships and to create love and abundance in your life.
Any additional comments?
Craig Beck is the real deal. He avoids the superficial and generic advice of his contemporaries. If you are truly looking to change your life, he will place you on the path to finding happiness.