“In this visionary work, New York Times bestselling author (and key team member behind The Secret) John Assaraf teams up with business guru Murray Smith to offer special insights, specific tools, and surefire mental strategies that will help you leap ahead in any career or business venture and achieve major financial success.
“Are you ready to transform your life and live exceptionally? The home of your dreams, financial freedom—or whatever your aspiration is, is within your reach with this brilliant step-by-step process. Using cutting-edge research into brain science and quantum physics, Assaraf and Smith show you how it is possible to rewire your brain for success so that you can create the kind of extraordinary life you want.”
–One Spirit Book Club blurb about THE ANSWER
The editorial reviews displayed on Amazon.com call this book a “must read” and a “masterpiece.” Currently number 15 on Amazon, the book is attracting attention.
While I have no idea whether The Answer delivers the kind of answer that will transform readers’ lives, I’m curious about what the question might be. What, actually, are we seeking? Perhaps we’ll know when we hear the answer; or perhaps we’ll know another person’s version what we ought to be seeking.
One would have to be living in a closet not to have noticed that in recent years, there have been a seemingly infinite number of books, gurus, websites, channelers, teleconferences, seminars and retreats all claiming to have the answers we need.
Some commentators say all this is happening because we are in, or approaching, a universal shift in consciousness. While the cynic within me wants to ask, “according to whom?” I still think that quantum leaps are not only wonderful, but probable.
Are these books the tip of the iceberg, examples of a world-wide wont for transformation? Perhaps so. Or, are they a knee-jerk response to the growing ills we see in the world? Possibly, though I hope not.
It must take a great deal of passion and belief on one’s part to be able to write a book called “The Answer.” I don’t think I could do it even if I thought I had the answer. If 10000000000 books, sites, gurus, etc. all claim to have the answer and/or the secret, is there some redundancy here? Are they all saying the same thing? Or are there 10000000000 parallel universes here with a different applicable answer for each?
This is all a puzzlement.