Easy to use, enjoyable to listen to, and effective, Tapping the Source presents a revolutionary new system for manifesting the harmony, abundance, love, and fulfillment you fully deserve. This modern, enhanced-power version of Charles Haanel’s legendary Master Key System combines short-form meditation techniques with new psychological insights. It will teach you how to tap into your personal potential through Daily Manifestation Sessions, each totaling no more than three to five minutes.
Published in 1912, The Master Key System went on to influence Ernest Holmes, Napoleon Hill, and many other authors and individuals through to the present day. In Tapping the Source, William Gladstone, Richard Greninger, and John Selby have gone back to Haanel’s original words and principles, and developed specific, easy-to-follow exercises that heighten your ability to implement Haanel’s core principles. By regularly aligning your personal attitudes with the natural laws of the universe and by opening yourself to receive insights that further advance your attitudes in successful directions, you can create the life you desire.
Whether you desire a new love mate or a new job, better health or a better backhand, higher test scores or higher spiritual harmony, regardless of the type of manifestation you seek in life, here’s a full daily routine that can help generate the results you’re looking for.
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Yes and no. There's good content, but it's very watered-down by the authors' self-absorption. So much of it is about irrelevant aspects of their life and no so much about the master key system. It was fairly annoying.
I didn't like the characters... I did not want to hear a biography about these *amazing* authors/"characters."
Don't waste your time... find a more direct source of information on this topic if you are interested.
This book does a fantastic job of summarizing the Master Key System. It puts it in modern day language which makes it much easier to get through than the original. It is also one of the few books I've read/listened to that gives you specific steps and direction instead of just the overlaying theory. I plan on both listening to the audio again, and buying a hard copy for easy reference.