Self-Revealization Acceptance helps you enhance your personal definitions, empowering you with answers that are realistic, practical and proven. It cuts through new-age mumbo-jumbo and mystical philosophy to explain, in terms easy to understand, how every person is all-powerful and can attain anything desired once the ability to command the creative power of the universe is understood. Proper guidance via Self-Revealization Acceptance shows you how to develop intelligent communications with this power, the Spirit of the Thing Itself, on a direct and personal level to create a world of lavishness, lotsness, and limitlessness in productive and tangible forms right here and right now.
Stephen gives an overview of the book:
There is no such thing as failure. Everyone is successful by virtue of experiencing the life desired and the life not desired. Success, though, is usually confused with an accumulation of "things" such as houses, cars, clothes, etc., and many people who appear to have an abundance of "things" in their lives are often dismally unhappy with many other aspects. By personal thoughts, they are successful in getting exactly what they want, whether or not they are conscious of it and whether or not it is personally good for them. The reality though is that "things" are only extensions of thought, and in fact, "things" have to do only with acceptance of the life you wish to live and the conditions you wish to experience. No one can do anything for you, or to you, unless you accept their authority but it is still based on your thoughts. Strengths and weaknesses are maintained by your own thinking regardless of the control you permit others to have for whatever reasons you deem valid and appropriate.
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