Why do some people succeed and others fail? Traditionally, we are taught that hard work, brains, and talent are necessary for success. But what if you're not really great at anything? Does that mean you have to settle for a life of mediocrity? Look around at the world and you will see millions of people sweating and working hard, but not getting anywhere. And intelligence is no guarantee of success either. There are plenty of unsuccessful smart people, and lots of talented people waiting tables. There IS an explanation for success, but it involves looking deeper at life, and combining the material world with the metaphysical. Is it possible, do you think, for an infinite creation like the universe to operate randomly? If you ponder that for a minute you can see that in order for anything to work properly it must be well designed. The telephone has a number pad and a display that allow you to use it; the stove has dials to control the cooking temperature. All devices, in other words, have an interface that allows the user to communicate with the machine and direct its proper function. Inside the device, the components are hooked together in the most efficient manner. The universe is no different than your telephone, computer or household appliance, in the sense that it provides a way to interact with you in an intelligent fashion. It turns out that the universe has been designed to directly interface with your thoughts and your intent. If you are unaware of this user interface, however, you are like a person who tries to use a complicated computer program without having any idea of how the menu's work! The Vibrational Universe describes the universe's simple but powerful interface in clear, easy to understand language and with plenty of examples from real life. If you've ever listened to Abraham tapes and wanted more detail on how and why it all works, this is the book you need to read.
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