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The Spiritual Guide to Attracting Prosperity

How to manifest the prosperity you deserve

By Carolyn Boyes

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  • £P.O.R.

Part of a new series on using the Law of Attraction; The Spiritual Guide to Attracting Prosperity jumps of the shelf with striking cover design and foil-blocking; Written by spiritual traditions expert, Carolyn Boyes, this is information you can trust.

Most of us want to attract money into our lives. Money is really about prosperity - living in abundance and, sometimes, breaking a cycle of lack. The Spiritual Guide to Attracting Prosperity reveals the most successful prosperity rituals, from money charms and angelic help, to setting the right goals and intentions - a vital way to programme your future self for success. Discovering how to use the Law of Attraction - the principle that like attracts like - you'll learn how to shift your thinking to change your reality and identify your money blocks to visualize future success. The time to take action is now - showing gratitude, tithing and money talismans help money flow.

Biographical Notes

Carolyn Boyes is a writer, trainer, speaker and life coach with an expertise in Eastern spiritual traditions as a path to self-development. Carolyn has studied and worked in Japan, Hong Kong and Taiwan and has authored ten books on subjects including cosmic ordering, NLP and psychic development.

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  • ISBN: 9781841814261
  • Publication date: 12 Mar 2012
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  • Imprint: Godsfield Press
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