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I really enjoyed this book and probably more so than the kids did. when I heard the second character was going to be Seth I immediately went to the Seth material. it's not what the kids saw it heard. They said as their friend Sarah didn't want something because she didn't look at it closely. She didn't want the farmhouse occupied. if the farmhouse hadn't been occupied she wouldn't have met Seth. It was a lesson for them not to reject something before they see it through. What looks like it is bad might actually be good!
The authors did a wonderful job picking up from the last book and continuing it right through this book! We have all of our favorite characters and it's a great story!
in this story everyone is reminded by the teachings of the law of attraction! The authors use some very grim situations what's your only appearances to be a grim to teach lessons! They teach us to find what we're looking for regardless of what is happening around us or to us. They also teach us to trust our instincts and intuition!
We catch up with Sara as she meets her new friend named Seth, and their adventures with their wise owl friend Solomon, and we get to enjoy as a bunch of problems and solutions all play off of each other and build up to a lovely climax.
This is very similar to The Karate Kid (1980s version) in that you don't know why there are long, beautiful scenes of Daniel is doing chores, or why it's so entertaining. Much the same way you don't quite understand at first why there are long, beautiful scenes of Sara and Seth going on adventures in a cave or building an awesome treehouse and then enjoying that awesome treehouse.
It's what sequels should be. Like appreciation, it adds good to what's already good.
I was curious about the first books Esther hicks wrote especially since they were children's books. It didn't make any real sense to me but I decided to try it. Oh my was I ever pleasantly surprised by it. The characters introduced were magical and charming. I had to get the second book, this one. Another surprise it was even better!! The story itself is just beautiful and thought provoking. I couldn't stop reading it and often read late into the night past my bedtime. Writing the principals of Abrahams into a story was brilliant. I've read at least 4 of the adult Abraham books and I got a deeper understanding of the law of attraction thru these books then I got from almost all the others. It's just the way it's presented. I found myself thinking about the story's thru the day and even telling my friends about it. To think I almost passed these books up as too simple, beginning books or just a children's book!!! Thank you Abraham for this beautiful charming story and for putting everything there so simply. Can't wait to read the next one. M.k
I am sooo sad that there aren't more books in the series. I bought this book to read to see if I could send it to my nieces. I learned so much from this series. I think this is a great book for adults because you can really see how to APPLY the law of attraction info to real life problems (although they are kid problems you still get the picture).
I passed on these books to my mom and she is reading them back-to-back as well. She is very impressed with the information in them. She is Christian and sometimes gets a little hung up on the fact that I usually say the Universe instead of God, but still she read this book and knew that everything in it is true.
They are so great and full of info that I know I will reread them.
The following is from book 2 (I haven't typed up my notes from the other books yet)
"Expect your lives to be predictably wonderful as you continually explore new experiences. This is a wonderful life you’re living, my friends." p 184
"You cannot get to a happy ending on an unhappy journey. Worry and well-being our opposite vibrations; well-being cannot come when you are in the feeling place of worry." p. 214
"It’s amazing how much pleasure you can get by just remembering the same happy moment over and over again." p. 217
"I realize that it is always easier to stay connected to the Stream under good conditions, but the most masterful creators remain connected to the stream, no matter what. That’s what makes them masterful creators. You see, kids, there are Fair-weather creators and all-weather creators. It’s easy to be a fair-weather creator, being happy when everything is just the way you like it, but when you are able to hold your vibration and feel good under all conditions– That is when you’re true creative ability shows. And besides, your vision and the law of attraction have brought you such a long way already! I wouldn’t give up the vision too soon." p 226
"I would take note of how powerful you are, and how the Universe lined up a sequence of perfect circumstances and events to assist you– and then I would take note that this stream of circumstances and events never ends. Good things will be eternally flowing to you. Keep an eye out for evidence of that. You see, at one time, before so many wonderful things had happened, you had to make them up in your mind. But now you have the benefit of being able to remember those things while you continue to make more good things up in your mind. That’s why it gets easier and easier. Have fun with all of this." p 228.