A Delightful Path to Prosperity
Imagine what it must have been like for a small child to flee from his home with his mother during the Lebanese civil war. They hid out in a tiny convent room for seven years, with only the cement floor as their bed, yet remained positive and grateful for what they had. Psychologist and Holocaust survivor Viktor Frankl said in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning, “Our greatest freedom is the freedom to choose our attitude.”
One can only look on in admiration as the young Emmanuel, his compassion and wisdom forged in the flames of war, went on to dedicate his life to teaching others how to choose their own attitudes and develop practices that allow love and prosperity to flourish in their lives.
Coming in the wake of his earlier book, “Easy Breezy Miracles,” this new book focuses on reframing the insecurities most of us feel around money, and making it our friend. Like everything else in the world, money is simply energy, suggests Dagher, and he has developed a number of practices we can use to heal our relationship with money, remove the blockages we may have to prosperity, and get it flowing into our lives. The 28-day prosperity plan included in the book is actually a delightful daily program for changing ingrained negative habits while having fun.
What I particularly like about this book is that it concentrates on gratitude and giving of oneself. Its approach would probably work to get that luxury car into your garage as well, but the focus of the program is rather to cultivate inner happiness and wealth through service and alignment with the higher forces of the universe. I also think that the tone of the book is exceptional for its purity of intention and generosity of spirit. Highly recommended.