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I think I would have a hard time reading it. View all 20 comments. View all 9 comments. May 12, Shannon rated it did not like it Shelves: God, I am so sick of The Secret. I just can't understand why everyone is so enthralled with it. That book is at the top of every bestseller list and it's total crap. You're not going to get what you want by thinking about how much you want it. I mean, yes to positive thinking and all that, but the part they left out was that you actually have to DO something to make things happen.
Jack Canfield whose involvement should turn you off automatically didn't really sit around staring at the ceiling God, I am so sick of The Secret. Jack Canfield whose involvement should turn you off automatically didn't really sit around staring at the ceiling waiting for a million dollars to fall out of the sky. He sat around writing nauseating stories and then got rejected by a ton of publishers before someone who likes nauseating stories bought his book.
Come on, guy. Now you're just making stuff up.
Don't get me wrong, The Secret has some valid points. You should envision your dreams. You should think about your goals constantly and imagine what you would do if you ever achieved them.
But you should also think about and envision the steps you need to take to get there. Then you should act. Do something! The world is not just going to hand you what you want. Just a quick edit: I forgot to mention the absolute worst part of The Secret. It's your fault that bad things happen to you. That's right, your negative thoughts bring negativity into your life and cause horrible things to occur.
Your father died in a tragic accident?
Your fault. Your baby mama took off with the kids and won't let you see 'em? Laid off and can't find work?
If you could just think positively all the time, you'd live a charmed life and trouble would never darken your doorstep. View all 3 comments. Jul 09, Matt Evans rated it did not like it. Excerpted from an online essay I wrote: To be sure, the so-called Secret represents a financially viable means to wealth, obviously so, but let's be clear: Thus, Byrnes would have you believe that the world's wealthy, distinguished and famous—every last luminous one of them—attained their high position by dint of simple adherence to a secret law: She shits you not.
Furthermore, they the world's rich, ce Excerpted from an online essay I wrote: Furthermore, they the world's rich, celebrated, and leisured have all conspired to keep knowledge of this law from the rest of us. Einstein, Plato, J. Morgan, Mozart, Sir Isaac Newton, Beethoven, and the Rockefellers, among others, are all given as examples of this mighty and mightily secretive Them.
There are problems with this theory. For starters, the Law of Attraction isn't really a secret. Self-help books with a metaphysical bent have preached this stuff for centuries.
I mean, just walk into your nearest New Age bookshop and pick up the first book you see; it will undoubtedly mention something about the Law. So is Byrnes lying to us? Not exactly. He just picks them out, or makes them up, to suit his purpose" p. A liar, you see, at least recognizes the truth enough to know that he's departing from it; a bullshitter couldn't care less—just show her the money.
The Law of Attraction, then, is the bullshitter's belief that one can change the objective world alone by the power of thought—forget action; in fact, eschew action.
If your belief is strong enough, says the Law, your dreams and desires will come to you much as a steel screw hops across a tabletop and slaps into a powerful magnet.
This is the "As you sow, so shall ye reap" philosophy minus any actual sowing, a fairy dust notion that we all at one point in our lives have espoused: We're supposed to outgrow it. When I was four years old I had an invisible friend named Kenny. His existence, such as it was, may or may not have originated in direct response to my sister Amanda's birth, an event which made me an oldest child instead of the only child in the family.
Unlike my busy mother, Kenny always paid attention to me and let me have my way. I loved Kenny. My mom eventually forced me to go outside and play with real children. Predictably, Kenny soon disappeared. The Secret would explain the account thus: Which is true—at least to the degree that we forget about my mom forcing me to go outside.
What follows, then, is an arbitrary list of some of the "authorities" that appear on the DVD, the trained animals of the circus or the witch's evil monkeys, depending on the metaphor, waxing explanatory on the The Secret. But don't imagine the monkeys as evil; rather, picture streetwise capuchins earnestly working a cheap accordion with their tiny, hairy hands, glancing up now and then with a smile, anxious to see if you've put a coin yet in their dented tin cups: John Demartini, D.
Doctor of Chiropractic. Marie Diamond, internationally-known Feng Shui mistress.
John Assaraf, "a former street kid…who has dedicated the last twenty-five years to researching the human brain, quantum physics, and business strategies, as they relate to achieving success in business and life.
Michael Bernard Beckwith, "a non-aligned trans-religious progressive"—your guess here is as good as mine. Beckwith also claims the title of doctor, although God alone knows where the title comes from. Beckwith, ever the walking conundrum, dresses in a sharp suit, speaks in patrician tones, and sports a wild head of dreadlocks. And Ester Hicks, spokesperson for Abraham, a multifarious spiritual entity. She is the author of The Law of Attraction. It's hard to say.
Esther's website quotes Abraham, the spiritual collective she channels, on the topic: There is nothing that has gone wrong here…. She has a serene presence, almost comforting. She also has the most attractive voice I've ever heard—very earthy, very sexy. I find it difficult to reconcile that voice with anything close to its putative paranormal personae. Even though the author's of The Secret and anyone else swept into their rhetorical corner probably aren't consciously lying to us about their great happiness at having discovered the Law, I have suspicions that somewhere deep in their hearts something like a moral question prickles and goads.
For instance, how should one respond to a crisis of, say, Darfur proportions? Should the suffering of stranger Africans on a continent far, far away be of concern if, ultimately, all that matters is how I feel? Esther asked Abraham the multifarious spiritual entity for clarification on this very matter: I used to be extremely disturbed when a person's rights were violated by violence on a person, or by someone forcefully taking someone else's property But then, after meeting you [Abraham: I've gotten somewhat better at not feeling their pain.
Can I just look at whatever they're doing to one another out there, and think, You're all doing to one another what you have somehow chosen to do? Ibid, pg. The upside, of course, is that such a belief absolves we standers-by from stepping in and offering help. Let's take as an example the recent shooting at Virginia Tech. Apparently, if the Law of Attraction holds true, those 32 men and women somehow attracted their crazy executioner to themselves.
Mass homicide, in this light, is simply a game played between the shooter and his frightened victims. Rhonda Byrnes attempted to defend this belief in a telephone conversation with Newsweek's Jerry Adler cite link.
They were speaking on the topic of Rwanda, which dwarfs Blacksburg in terms of scope but certainly not in terms of horror: If we are in fear, if we're feeling in our lives that we're victims and feeling powerless, then we are on a frequency of attracting those things to us Totally those words that are so important, whether thought or spoken consciously or not, let the victims enjoy their just deserts.
It's true that any survivor of genocide or attempted homicide is responsible for picking up the various shattered pieces and attempting to make something of what's left of life. But to pretend that tragedy is nothing more than a game is to diminish its victims suffering in the cruelest possible way. If compassion would have us bear another's suffering, what then is its opposite? What is the word for ignoring or minimizing another's suffering for the primary purpose of easing the bystander's discomfort, and, as Law of Attraction espouses, the dubious secondary purpose of somehow inspiring the sufferer to quit wallowing in his own tragic juices?
Am I overreacting here? I feel like my parents yelling at me for listening to Heavy Metal music. But the question, remember, was whether one could actually reach a state of consciousness where he isn't bothered in the slightest by another's pain or suffering.
Heavy Metal music, on the other hand, was meant to be a tongue-in-cheek solace to teenagers suffering under their parents' heavy hands. There is a difference: Here's a secret: Magnanimity represents the apotheosis of human nature. Success, lasting success, takes place only when one figures out how to best serve a large number of people. Real people, real service first, the money will probably follow. Bullshit, on the other hand, bullshit sells well, for a time -- perhaps even for a long time -- but it's not exactly a worthwhile endeavor.
View all 10 comments. View all 18 comments. Aug 02, Lujayn Alyamani rated it liked it. View all 13 comments. Nov 26, Ollie rated it did not like it Recommends it for: I'm sure this book only exists thanks to The Da Vinci Code. Sensing a public interest in ancient "secrets" passed down to modern times, the publishers of this awful piece of self-help decided they could market Rhonda Byrne's book and make a killing.
They were not wrong. In Brasil, it's spreading like an Old World plague: Swept up by its popularity, my mom brought a copy home.
Much like George Bush Jr. The stupid part comes in its mind-boggling belief that anything you ask from the Universe will become true, that everyone deserves and should pursue their most selfish desires in order to be happy. Want big boobs? Ask the Universe and you will get it. Want a great parking space at the shopping mall? The Universe will help you like a genie in a bottle.
Knowledge found in Eastern religions such as Buddhism e. Karma are simplified and described as a "secret" that only the elite are aware of. The disturbing part comes in statements such as the one, early in the book, that says people killed in disasters or crimes brought it upon themselves. According to this book's reasoning, if you find yourself gassed to death with millions of other people it's because you were following negative thoughts and unable to see the Universe's path to your salvation.
This is, at least, the conclusion I draw from the book's teachings. It shifts blame from other people, or life's chaos, onto yourself. Contracted cancer? Robbed and shot in the head?
Became a millionaire? You are in tune with the Universe. Be very wary of anyone that likes this book. View all 7 comments. Aug 10, McWriter rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This book was just. Not believable.
At the beginning, the author writes about the law of attraction, specifically that if you believe in something, it can happen - like, if you believe you will one day fall in love, marry, and have a family or if you believe you will succeed in education and earn your PhD, than, doggonit, you can.
It's as the book continues and the words change from "can" to "will definitely" that the author lost me. For example, if you want a certain amount of money, s Ick. And in a timely fashion.
With no strings attached. Like magic. The author lost me mid-book and I never finished. I want my money back. Oprah, I love ya, but this was a BAD recommendation. Even the biggest optimist has to get REAL at some point. Easy for one of the richest, most powerful women in the world to fall for! View 2 comments. In hindsight, I feel I was too kind with this book, it makes far more sense simply to describe it as evil.
It encourages victim blaming - since they only have themselves to blame for bringing their fates upon themselves for a lack of positiver thinking, and ultimately encourages the reader to blame themselves since when their wishes fail to become fishes there can only be one reason - the positive thinking wasn't quite positive enough, or didn't have quite the perfect tone of positivity to it.
An In hindsight, I feel I was too kind with this book, it makes far more sense simply to describe it as evil. And in typical dreariness it discourages through its victim blaming an understanding of yourself or of the structural disadvantages that you may contribute towards in your society though acts of commission or omission that keep the less fortunate always on the back foot. Perhaps the most worthwhile comment I can make about The Secret is that it is fascinating as a cultural document view spoiler [ Barbara Ehrenreich Smile or Die How Positive Thinking Fooled America and the World is very interesting on the wider phenomenon of positive thinking hide spoiler ].
It is a book that provides an insight to the preoccupations and fears of one of the wealthiest, healthiest and long-lived societies in human history. What it evidences is an obsession with gaining even more money, having even better health, and appearing eternally youthful view spoiler [just like The Portrait of Dorian Grey hide spoiler ].
Dressed in the language of Quantum physics view spoiler [fans of magical thinking seem to like mentioning Quantum physics I suppose because down at the quantum level things appear to be far weirder that we'd like to imagine - things can be in two different places at the same time, or have energy but no mass.
At the same time I imagine the author assumes that quantum physicists are unlikely to read her book, criticise it publicly and even if they do, probably not in the kind of places that her other readers may come across it hide spoiler ] there is an appeal to magical thinking. In The Secret God may or may not be dead, however the universe is benevolent, but stupid view spoiler [ the universe although capable of understanding human thought does so in a limited way understanding 'I don't want debt' and 'I want debt' to mean one and the same thing, maybe this is a hang over from Neuro-Linguistic Programming?
However there is a catch. You have to wish for things properly, by wishing only once and visualising view spoiler [As with quantum physics, the concepts of visualisation and the Placebo effect are invoked to demonstrate the power of the mind.
This is part of the way that The Secret functions, a stepping stone with a familiar name leads to the bizarre conclusion that the universe is a giant, friendly, mail order catalogue hide spoiler ] what you want precisely.
If you haven't got anything back from the universe this is because you plainly haven't been wishing in the proper manner. It would be strikingly ungenerous of me to say that there is nothing of value at all in The Secret , but making much of what value there may be would be rather like pulling out a cherry from a bowl full of cockroaches. It can be done, but you wouldn't want to eat the it even if you did.
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This is not then a book whose contents I endorse or advise any one to take personally view spoiler [ not that I have anything against thinking nice thoughts, cultivating a feeling of gratitude and so on as ends in themselves, simply as a mechanistic means to material ends hide spoiler ].
The general idea is that you wish for something, visualise it. Then the frequency you emit at the quantum level view spoiler [I don't know whether we emit frequencies at the quantum level, and if we did what would the implications be of changing it, they would be presumably considerably weirder than what Byrne imagines hide spoiler ] changes, the universe then responds to that frequency.
If the frequency we emit is one of mega wealth, huge houses and soul mates then that's what we get from the universe. While if it is of sinking ships, world financial disasters or war then that is what we gets back. Perhaps you feel doubtful about all this - but fear not for here come some celebrity endorsements!
According to Byrne all these people taught the same message: Musicians such as Ludwig van Beethoven view spoiler [Famous for his ability to attract soul mates to himself hide spoiler ] expressed it through their music.
Artists such as Leonardo da Vinci depicted it in their paintings view spoiler [How else but through the power of the mind did the Lady get an Ermine? There's nothing like a celebrity endorsement. Particularly when the celebrity is too dead to take issue with it.
Later on we are told that Andrew Carneige, Abraham Lincoln and Henry Ford also all knew and practised The Secret view spoiler [ I don't know, presumably Abraham Lincoln successfully visualised the American Civil War into existence or something, and when people mention Henry Ford in this kind of context you can be pretty sure they are not thinking of his determination to set up a rubber plantation, insisting on having the rubber trees planted so close together that parasites infested the whole lot.
Carneige though was successful in encouraging US Presidents to visualise a fine new fleet of battleships with the extra thick armour plating that only his steelworks could manufacture hide spoiler ].
But I find the mention of Goethe particularly interesting since his Faust and what Byrne is presenting is a similar kind of fairy tale. Except that in the folk tale tradition the three wishes, the genie out of the bottle, or the pact with the Devil, all come with a sting in the tale. For Byrne the sting is ignored and instead we get a pure dose of wish fulfilment. Midias and his golden touch would be seen as something positive and not as frightening, alienating and eventually potentially fatal as it was.
Still, there is a sting. Firstly you have to be perpetually positive view spoiler [ and that's just exhausting to think about hide spoiler ] , then you have to not listen to anybody who is still than positive for fear of your thoughts being infected by theirs and thus attracting some negative outcome to yourself view spoiler [ so I'd say that friendship, sympathy and family relations are out, you need to surround yourself with true believers in hide spoiler ].
Finally if you accept that you are in control of your fate and the nature of your existence by means of being able to change the world through your wish power, then it follows that all other people can do the same and have only themselves to blame for every way that their lives are less than perfect, and ultimately if you have debt, only a bare hovel to live in, are sick, or even age, then you only have yourself to blame.
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This is a belief that embraces the alienating effect of modern life as its centre piece. You are alone, you can't help others, you should not even listen to them.
Instead you are to focus intently on your own desires. There is no room in The Secret for collective organisation and action. No families, no joint partnerships, no professional organisations or unions to deal with the problems and difficulties that we experience in our lives.
Instead there is only the atomised individual. In place of the concrete joys of conviviality and relationships with actual people there is an abstract relationship with the universe which as mentioned above has a limited understanding of language and functions purely as an unlimited catalogue.
Often when people first hear this part of the Secret they recall events in history where masses of lives were lost, and they find it incomprehensible that so many people could have attracted themselves to the event view spoiler [ if there is a Hebrew edition published in Israel is this sentence removed? The idea doesn't strike me as incomprehensible so much as repulsive view spoiler [but I do appreciate that she wasn't coy about her opinion and just came straight out with it hide spoiler ].
By the law of attraction, they had to be on the same frequency as the event. It doesn't necessarily mean they thought of that exact event, but the frequency of their thoughts matched the frequency of the event.
If people believe they can be in the wrong place at the wrong time, and they have no control over outside circumstances, those thoughts of fear, separation, and powerlessness, if persistent, can attract them to being in the wrong place at the wrong time You have a choice, and whatever you choose to think will become your life experience.
Nothing can come into your experience unless you summon it though persistent thoughts. If you are listening to some one else complain and focusing on that, sympathizing with them, agreeing with them, in that moment, you are attracting more situations to yourself to complain about p17 I find the mention of events in history where masses of lives were lost a fascinating example of victim blaming - particularly in the context of Australian and American history.
In the nineteenth century commentators took the view that aboriginal peoples would die out because of their inherent inferiority and ability to cope with the modern world view spoiler [ as opposed to the violence, warfare, and ecological disruption going on at the time hide spoiler ]. Now when their populations have been much reduced we can blame that on their inability to think happy positive thoughts.
This is a book that works to re-enforce the existing status quo. Those who are successful can only be so for their ability to think positive thought and attract good things to themselves, while those who are not successful are the victims of their own inability to properly visualise what they want as opposed to having face some structural disadvantage in the way that society is ordered. One can see here how this approach makes life easy in a way.
One doesn't have to understand or appreciate the world and the circumstances of other's lives. One can straight away be judgemental: The first could be nothing other than millions of people thinking positive thoughts in concentric rings and the other was the result of millions of people thinking negative thoughts - and what a hero Herbert Hoover was in his one man attempt to try and turn round the thought patterns of a nation by telling everybody that the economy was on the turn.
Although it does seem to refine the concept. The good news is that if I punch you it is your fault. I am innocent, you attracted that punch to yourself through your lack of positive thoughts.
Indeed it I seize you, carry you off to a offshore enclave, hold you in captivity for over ten years, torture you from time to time, without any legal process this is also something you attracted to yourself through negative thoughts and quite rightly I will be well paid for doing so because I think only positive, nice, thoughts and therefore attract as a modern Midas glittering palaces, big cars and multiple soul mates to myself view spoiler [ I find the business of soul mates interesting, does the soul mate you draw to yourself have no agency or independent will?
In the world of the secret a soul mate is the equivalent of a big house or a pile of banknotes. Its simply another acquisition rather as one might download a Ken doll to sit alongside Barbie in her dream car hide spoiler ]. It strikes me that The Secret will appeal to people who are intimidated by evidence of the world's complexity and feel out of control. The Secret says very firmly that you can, indeed should be, in control. However since sickness, old age and death exist wouldn't belief in this book give rise to anxiety view spoiler [ reading this book sparked off memories of those Calvinists anxious over whether they were part of the elect or not - are you wishing correctly or are you allowing negative thoughts to leak into your consciousness causing disaster throughout your life!
Every time you have a cold or find a grey hair you are confronted with evidence of your own inability to think insufficiently positively! You don't have to mad to live this life, but if you are In a newspaper article I read a journalist interviewed the psychologist who wrote the second report on Anders Brevik - the one which found him sane. In response to the journalist's question about how appropriate his finding was the psychologist responded that hundreds of people have written to Brevik in prison all praising him for his actions - are they all insane too, he asked rhetorically.
My response would be yes. But then perhaps to be sane in the world would be the most insane reaction one could have view spoiler [there was a nice short story I once read about a psychiatrist returning to his home town after a distinguished career in Europe to open an insane asylum. As the story progresses he finds grounds to incarcerate more and more of the town's population in his asylum until everybody has been finally committed.
Then he realises that what he has done is also completely insane so he has himself locked up to. And then everybody lives happily ever after view spoiler [ the story is O Alienista by Machado de Assis hide spoiler ] hide spoiler ]. We don't for the most part notice the amount of insanity around us because on the whole it doesn't cause that much friction. It's only in books like The Secret that the inner craziness of people's private lives gets laid out in public: The law of attraction states that what you focus on you will get, so I got a bank statement, I whited out the total, and I put a new total in there.
I put exactly how much I wanted to see in the bank p A game I created that help shift my feelings about my pile of bills was to pretend that the bills were actually checks. I would jump for joy as I opened them and say, "more money for me! Thank you. I got a notepad and wrote at the top of each page "I have received," and then I would list all the amounts of the bills with an added zero.
Next to each amount I would write "Thank you," and feel the feelings of gratitude for receiving it - to the point where I had tears in my eyes. Then I would take each bill, which looked very small compared to what I had received, and I would pay it with gratitude! The true story of a Belize oil team is an inspiring example of the power of the human mind to bring forth resources view spoiler [ What quantum physicists and Einstein tell us is that everything is happening simultaneously This probably also explains why Howard Carter discovered Tutankhamun's burial to be so rich hide spoiler ] The directors of Belize Natural Energy Limited were trained by the eminent Dr.
Tony Quinn, who specialises in Humanistic Physiology training. With Dr. Quinn's mind power training, the directors were confident that their mental picture of Belize being a successful oil producing country would be achieved Belize Natural Energy Limited discovered oil of the highest quality, in abundant flows Belize has become an oil-producing country because an extraordinary team of people believed in the unlimited power of their mind.
Nothing is unlimited-not resources or anything else. It is only limited in the human mind Probably not my final thoughts If the idea of the universe as a complex place that requires understanding makes you uncomfortable, if the idea of bad things happening to good people is a problem for you, then books like The Secret hold the solution.
It's offer is that life is simple.
Everybody gets exactly what they are due to get, everything works fine just as it is, and you can be in control. This could be a reassuring message for some, particularly since it relives you of the exhausting work of having to appreciate the world, all its interactions and how we are all implicated and bound up with one another - allowing you to get on with the business of being judgemental instead.
It doesn't work for me because it requires a pretty contorted view on existence as far as I can tell and its focus on material goods leaves me cold. It also doesn't just recommend ignoring a good chunk of the normal experience of human life but recommends vigorous self censorship to achieve a kind of cargo cult effect - only through the thorough imitation of the assumed thought habits of the rich and famous can one achieve the unlimited power to alter the geology of Belize.
I'm left with the odd feeling that the author read Foucault's Pendulum and thought that those guys were really on to something with "The Plan". Is it is surprise that our society throws up a book like The Secret from time to time, and it is apt that it appeared on the eve of a financial crash, a clear and vigorous trumpet blast at odds with complex and shifting reality.
View all 39 comments. Nov 21, Paul Perry rated it did not like it Recommends it for: This book is so inspirational! It turns out that by just believing and wanting really hard you can get whatever you want out of life!
And if that doesn't work you can write a vacuous self help book full of profound sounding but utterly meaningless tripe and there are enough stupid people in the world to make you rich! This book has also taught me that I don't need to care about other people; if they don't get what they want it isn't anything to with me or anything to do with society being fair o This book is so inspirational! This book has also taught me that I don't need to care about other people; if they don't get what they want it isn't anything to with me or anything to do with society being fair or equal, it's because they didn't wish hard enough or learn to visualise what they want!
I used to give a lot of money to various charities — cancer research, rape support groups, third world aid — but I've stopped that now because I realise that the problems people have are because they secretly, deep down, wish them upon themselves, and only they can make their lives better! It's sad if a child dies of leukaemia or lots of people are killed by a tsunami or a train crash but something in them brought it on themselves, and anyway they'll get another chance in the great circle of life and they should try harder next time.
Just in case there is anyone who is especially slow on the uptake, this is sarcasm. This once happened to famous talk show host Oprah Winfrey. She read a book called The Color Purple , and immediately recognized herself as destined to portray one of its characters in a big Hollywood movie. This manifested even more when she got a random call to audition for a secret movie, which turned out to be… The Color Purple.
Right then, she received the call from Steven Spielberg. That was in This movie and global bestseller with almost 30 million copies sold is by many considered the perfect blueprint for achieving your goals. If you want to save this summary for later, download the free PDF and read it whenever you want. Download PDF. While Byrne packaged the idea in a new way, which appealed to the masses, the law of attraction itself is as old as we are: In German we have a saying: The concept has been written about as long as self-help books are a thing.
What the book is often criticized for is its overemphasis on the power of the law. As an aspiring actor, Carrey would stop on his drive home every night, think about his future accomplishments and visualize them.
Lo and behold, he did end up making the sum from Dumb and Dumber , just around the deadline.
When it comes to our internal monologue, loss aversion is a powerful driving force. In part, this is why people who take more risks have less competition. Fewer people shoot for great than for average.Aug 22, Katharine Grubb rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: If compassion would have us bear another's suffering, what then is its opposite?
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