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Overview Integrates Western healing techniques and Eastern meditation into a five-step program to achieve personal success, happiness, and fulfillment
Create The Life You Want
John Gray, the author of the Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus relationship classic, now presents a brilliantly innovative program for achieving personal success. The wisdom and techniques in these pages will enable you to feel greater joy, love, confidence, and peace.
Some Wise Words From How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have
Your experience of the world reflects your inner state.
Whenever you are not getting what you need, you are always looking in the wrong direction.
Find your soul's desire, and start getting everything you want.
Material success can only make you happy if you are already happy.
The power to get what you want comes from confidence, positive feeling, and desire.
You have the power to change. No one else can do it for you.
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More About John Gray
Gray is a professor of European thought at the London School of Economics. He is a regular contributor to the Guardian and the Times Literary Supplement.
Reviews - What do customers think about How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have: A Practical and Spiritual Guide to Personal Success?
Dynamic! Jun 11, 2008
John Gray hits another relationship book out of the part with this one. It really clarifies how to enhance and improve the relationship with self.
His true understanding, while sharing a part of his life helps you really get what he is teaching. One of his best books!
The best! Feb 19, 2008
One of the best book on self-help I read, and one I will keep. I recommend it to all my friends. The exercises are easy to understand. And then, it's up to you...
How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have: A Practical and Spiritual Guide to Personal Success Feb 8, 2008
I purchased this book for a very specific piece of content. The person who recommended it couldn't remember if this content was in this book or in one of Mr. Gray's audio tapes. What I wanted was not in the book and I found the book, overall, to be just another run of the mill self-help book written in a rather sappy way.
Now a guru..please!!! Jan 26, 2005
His view of God is fluffy and New Agey.His relationship books I thought were bad enough but this book comes across as though he has some secret information about spiritual matters,,not!! He repeats himself about getting connected with God,and to me it sounds more like "God source" as many New Agers say,rather than God.More like God source within you,eh,this is too much! I agree with the other reviewer who said it's about self promotion.Seems like that to me too.It's kind of a funny book, ok for a good laugh I suppose but not for seriously looking for religion or God.
Not the best, but certainly helpful. Jan 6, 2005
I picked up this book because I was looking for something that would make me feel as though my life were more fulfilling. I knew a lot of it had to do with my perception of events that occur. Because of that, I had to seek out a way to help me change the way I view things. So I picked up this book, thinking it would be a big help.
And it was. John Gray does not lack detail in his description of how you can improve your life in many different ways. While I don't agree that you need all the "love tanks" he describes in order to be happy, there are some vital ones mentioned that I think are important. His techniques for filling those "tanks" are very helpful and do improve the happiness a person feels.
I gave this book 3 stars because it was unnecessarily long. He seems to write in a dull monotone and repeats a lot of his ideas as though he were writing for children that need to hear it often in order to comprehend and remember it. I skipped some unnecessary sections as I got further into the book because I started to get anxious to finish it. Certainly not the best way to end a book if the author wants to keep their reader's interest.