WRITING: 3.5/5
OVERALL: 3.5/5

My Musings

Everyone is seeking something. Everyone has something they wish to obtain in life. It doesn’t matter if it’s educational, material, financial, emotional, personal, or professional. We all want something in life that we are constantly working towards.

We adopt various tools and techniques to help us achieve our goals but most of us don’t have a clue about the power of visualization and the law of attraction. And yet, it remains one of the best ways to attract things into your life.

This is exactly what Rajesh Vairapandian’s The Art of Attracting Abundance teaches us. Read on to know more about the book and about my experience of reading it.

First impressions

The blurb shows us what the book intends to achieve. The cover is minimalist, clean, and fresh, and the illustrations on it reinforce the message of the blurb. It shows a generic couple who wants to have a dream life. This can translate into just about anything – love, money, house, car, nature, time, success, health, vitality, etc.

What to expect?

Expect non-fiction self-help that intends to make your life better by helping you achieve whatever you aspire for. Expect a book that is ideal for beginners and regulars. Expect a book that comes with many practical tips, suggestions, and exercises. Expect a short read of under 150 pages which can be read both ways – in a single sitting, as well as in multiple short sessions.

What is the book all about?

The book comes divided into three sections, each of which deals with an important concept. These include Visualization, Mastering the Law of Attraction, and Wealth Management. It starts with an introduction to visualization and then delves into the practical aspect of it – i.e. how to implement it in one’s life. There are not one but many ways this can be done depending upon the reader’s preference and convenience. But most of the steps are mapped day-wise step-wise.

The writing

Most of the chapters are bite-sized making them very easy to follow. With chapters mostly ranging from 1 to 5 pages, the concepts have been further divided into sub-sections with multiple headings and side headings, numberings, bullet points, etc, which makes it very easy to read and retain these concepts.

What I like about the writing is that it doesn’t just focus on the theoretical but insists more on the practical side of things. The author delineates how to put theory into practice by providing a list of helpful tools like dos and don’ts, the list of problems that a beginner might face, step-by-step processes, etc.

Some concepts appear intertwined and require special focus. This is done by clearly explaining the differences between the varied concepts, their approach, and their significance.

I also like how clearly the reader is made to understand what is required of her in quantitative terms like minutes, hours, days, etc. The book also makes use of ample examples both theoretical and from real life, thus making it all the more relatable.

All of these carefully used methods make sure that the book doesn’t get boring and dreary at any point. Also, the book doesn’t get preachy at any point and that’s a commendable thing to say about any non-fiction self-help.

The physical aspects of the book

Special attention has been paid to the font size, headings, and sub-headings. The quality of the pages is good and each chapter is short and succinct.

What I didn’t like?

There are some parts where the book feels repetitive, talking about concepts and ideas that have already been covered in the earlier chapters.

In the end

In the end, The Art of Attracting Abundance is a short succinct read for anyone who is looking to learn about the process of visualization and more specifically wealth creation through visualization.

Pick the book if

  • You are looking for non-fiction self-help.
  • You are looking for a beginner’s guide to the law of attraction.
  • You are looking for a book that enlists many visualization techniques and methods.
  • You are looking for an ideal self-help gift for your loved ones.

Skip the book if

  • You are looking for a detailed read on the subject.

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