The Magic (The Secret, #3) by Rhonda Byrne

The Magic (The Secret, #3)

In 28 days, you can take a journey that will change your life. Long ago, sacred texts held secrets we can unravel today. One word can change your life.

Details The Magic (The Secret, #3)

TitleThe Magic (The Secret, #3)
Release DateJan 5th, 2018
GenreSelf Help, Nonfiction, Spirituality, Psychology

Reviews The Magic (The Secret, #3)

  • Sophia
    I am currently reading this book. I am on day 9.I think the first remarkable change in me - is that I am really grateful for a lot of things... Its a nice feeling. Take this book and go diligently with the recommendation..It is a not a rapid read... :)Updated review. Now I am on day 18. Its working. Am smiling most of the timesWell, I did read it through 24 days. I some how lost it on the 24 day & I really regret it. I might start all over again....
  • Erin Latimer
    So far this book is a painful slog through a torturous marsh of tangled words. If I wasn't already annoyed that the book is basically rehashing all the same messages from "The Secret" but replacing the "law of attraction" with "being thankful" , then I would still be tearing out my hair from the repetitiveness of it all. Not only that, but the author throws out ridiculous claims about studies that were done without any proof, and tells you to "ru...
  • Susan
    I've been following the exercises every day from the Magic - to check out how they went go to is my full book review: Rhonda Byrne is the lady who created the popular film and bestselling book, The Secret and her sequel book The Power. Her experiences in life led her to discover the Law of Attraction which then turned her life around. Her amazing ability to see the best in everything, to feel love for ...
  • Daniel Taylor
    The Secret taught the world the law of attraction. The Power unleashed the law of love. In Byrne's latest book she drills down into something mentioned in the earlier two works: the law of gratitude.Practice gratitude every day, Byrne teaches, and your life will transform. Studies done in the field of positive psychology advocate the life-transforming power of keeping a gratitude journal. Byrne walks you through how gratitude affects each area of...
  • Sasitharani Jagadeshprabu
    must read for all, everyone must not only read but also strictly follow this until it becomes a habit, my life is changing and i am sure it will change if i follow it throughout my life........
  • Michelle
    To me, there is something vaguely insidious about this book. The ideas in the book are not new - most of it is standard law of attraction stuff, which is fine, and I am totally on board with all of that. However, the idea that the big stuff in life hinges on how grateful we are is a bit disturbing. On the one hand, yes, it is very, very important to be grateful for the simple things in life: oxygen (some people cannot breathe on their own), the a...
  • Janalee
    This was the dumbest book I've skimmed in a long time. They could have summed it up in 4 words. Be Grateful for Everything.
  • Carolina
    Whether you agree with its principles or not, this book accomplishes to put you in a state of mind of being happy and grateful for all that you have and I believe that is a trait we should always carry we us. In general it did help me just feel more joy about my days and situations. It was almost like a warm mothering blanket that told you everything is going to be ok. I myself, once I shifted my energies to be more grateful and happy, saw myself...
  • Christi
    I am so GLAD I bought this book!The Magic, by Rhonda Byrne (creator of the popular film and best selling book, The Secret), is not a book to just read. It is an interactive journey designed to help you experience gratitude on a very deep level. I will be forever grateful to Rhonda Byrne for showing me how to express my gratitude. EXPERIENCING the MAGIC of gratitude through EXPRESSING gratitude is exactly what this book is all about. Only halfway ...
  • Jen Marin
    I found this book to be incredibly hokey. Really, it was repetitive, and cheesy, and I had to force myself to finish it.Nevertheless, Byrne is on to something important in this book, and I found that making myself slog through it helped me to get in touch with the power of gratitude to transform my experience of life.I gave up on the exercises early on as they were time consuming and difficult to fit into my already packed life. However, just rea...