David Cameron Gikandi. · Rating details · ratings · 18 reviews. “A Happy Pocket Full of Money,” first self-published in , so impressed Rhonda. “The universe has more than enough business and wealth for everyone—way more than enough.” ― David Cameron Gikandi, A Happy Pocket Full of Money. Album · · 47 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.
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The author talks about the ways in which you can manifest wealth or push it away with thoughts, actions, deeds, and deeply held beliefs. This inspirational book will change how you view and create money, wealth, and happiness in your life. This book provides an extraordinary new way to look at money. It took me over 3 months to read because just reading a few pages was my limit before I couldn’t process any more.
All you are doing is unlearning the original error, step by step, at whatever rate you choose. Books by David Cameron Gikandi. Also helpful is the repetition of mantras that promote wealth consciousness.
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A Happy Pocket Full of Money: Infinite Wealth and Abundance in the Here and Now
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A message that eerily coincides with many religious teachings. Feb 15, Evie Burke rated it it was amazing. And this is eventually experienced physically as money and wealth. May 24, Natali added it. Thanks for telling us about the problem.
Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger. Apr 03, Maria Graciela Molina C rated it it was amazing. Loved it, Loved it! Prosperity is an inside job. True wealth flows out of developing “wealth consciousness,” that incorporates gratitude, a belief dvaid abundance, and an ability to experience joy in life. I kept waiting for some kind of concrete prescription for meditation, manifestation, etc. Mayank Chaturvedi rated it it was amazing Mar 27, Could have been a couple solid chapters and much shorter and still gotten gikani points across.
Gikandi does a great job of relating how our thoughts and attitudes towards money, wealth and abundance directly contribute to the abundance in our lives. And will be putting some of the ideas into action. About David Cameron Gikandi. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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Be the first to learn about new releases! The book was not an easy read despite the straight forward, simple wording. Jan 09, Kathy Rausch rated it it was amazing. It helped me that I have read other titles regarding Intention and Law of Attraction. Liked the premise and dagid points – we have and develop wealth through an abundance, certainty, belief based mindset, but found the guessing very intentional repetition in the book distracting.
Will joy help pay the bills? Paperbackpages. What a great book