Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Holiday Gift Guide: Tapping the Source by William Gladstone, Richard Greninger and John Selby

There are certain people for whom seeking the answers to all the questions is more or less a hobby. They watch television programs about it. Subscribe to magazines. Buy books on the topic. They’re looking for a path and, at the same time, they’re looking for the next big thing. For those people, Tapping the Source (Sterling Ethos) might well be the perfect gift. While it is not, yet, the next big thing, it has the potential to be. And if it does move into that spot, you will be in the position of having found and shared the secret. You’ll be a hero forever, at least in your own mind. Because if I’m any judge at all of this sort of thing (and, obviously, I fancy that I am) then Tapping the Source has All the Right Stuff. From the introduction:
Everything you ever wanted can be yours. Everything. Not just wealth, health, and material abundance but also true eternal happiness.
And what’s not to like in all of that? But don’t think it’s going to be a walk in the park. First, you have to read the book. Second, you have to do the exercises mentioned. And you have to do them with your whole heart, which I obviously did not do because otherwise I’d be so busy cashing huge cheques and sitting around feeling smug and happy that I wouldn’t even have time to write this review.

Tapping the Source is based on the principles laid down by the Master Key System for Abundance and Happiness. Mean anything to you? It didn’t to me, either but, apparently, it’s a big, hairy deal to people who follow such things, making it the perfect gift for person on your list looking to do some self-renovations. ◊

David Middleton is art director and art & culture editor of January Magazine.

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