In a humorous, breezy way, Karen Money Williams gives a comprehensive overview of Law of Attraction and the Abraham-Hicks perspective. Topics include: purpose of life, why people suffer, how to improve our circumstances, future of the planet, nature of God, and the crucial role of our emotions. 22 pages
In this small book, Karen Money Williams refers to the Abraham-Hicks philosophy to clear up fifteen common misconceptions. If you're not familiar with Abraham, you've never heard it quite like this before! Take a fresh new look at greed, peace, the soul, service to others, enlightenment, learning lessons, remembering history, desires, karma, and more. Even if you don't agree with this perspective, you will likely find it thought-provoking. 10 pages
The uniqueness of the Abraham-Hicks teachings is dramatically revealed as the author contrasts them with conventional religion and contemporary spirituality. Thirty tough questions such as "Who Is God?" "Why Am I Here?" "How Do I Find My Path?" and "What Is the Future of Humanity?" are explored from the three perspectives. Be prepared for some surprises.
In this fourth volume of 125 Soulsongs, author Karen Money Williams takes us deeper into the Law of Attraction and its implications. Various tips are offered to release resistance (the habit of focusing on what we don't want and don't like) and to align with our joyful Inner Being. Further, as the titles of the individual Soulsongs reveal, many questions are answered: How do I lose weight? Is there a golden age coming? What about psychics? Am I in denial? Can I live forever? How can I protect myself from negative energy? What about mental illness? Should I fast and cleanse? Can suffering be good for me? Is the planet in peril? What about immigration? Why am I here? How can I help people who hurt? Karen draws on years of immersion in the Abraham-Hicks teachings to bring clear, concise answers to these questions and more.
Karen Money Williams has been a newspaper humor columnist in Oregon and Florida. This is a collection of 87 of her most popular columns on a variety of topics that she knows well - everything from dust bunnies to Dave Barry, perilous parenting to Internet fraud, NBA sports to bumper snickers, video games to house-hunting, weight gain to tree-huggers. You'll see yourself in Karen's satire, and you'll chuckle at the condition of the human condition
Everything is about mental focus and Law of Attraction. This is the theme of Soulsongs, Volume 2. Like its companion volumes 1, 3, and 4, this book is comprised of 125 brief essays about adjusting our habits of thought to bring more of what we want, less of what we don't want. The author originally emailed these Soulsongs to friends and family, who forwarded them to hundreds--then thousands--of people worldwide. Karen Money Williams is a long-time student of spirituality, psychology, and cause-and-effect. A freelance writer and editor, she was born in Indiana and now lives in Orlando, Florida. Please check out the author's Soulsongs book page on Facebook.
Like its companion volumes 2, 3, and 4, this book is comprised of 125 brief essays about adjusting our habits of thought to bring more of what we want into our experience, courtesy of the universal Law of Attraction. Simply read one each day and watch for good results. Karen Money Williams is a long-time student of spirituality, psychology, and cause-and-effect. A freelance writer and editor, she lives in Orlando, Florida.
For 25 years, give-or-take, Karen Money Williams has collected short, funny sayings. She recorded them by category in a plump notebook that eventually morphed into a computer file. Here, then, are her very favorites -- the cream of the crop of quips that have crossed her path thus far. If laughter is still the best medicine, may this book serve as a heaping spoonful of vitality for each reader.
This volume, like its three companions, explores ways to change our mental focus and thereby welcome more of what we want, less of what we don't want into our experience. The universal Law of Attraction and the emotional guidance system are at the heart of these writings. These 125 brief and sometimes humorous essays, inspired by the teachings of Abraham-Hicks, were originally emailed by author Karen Money Williams to subscribers world-wide, and the response was terrific.