What this book lacks in size, it makes up for in its message. As this is my copy, and I use it every day, please excuse the fact that it is slightly shabby. I do not remember how I came to own this book, or how it came to own me, which is probably more accurate. (Funny how all of the books I written about so far all fall into that same category, the one where, really, they ‘own’ me. ) Anyway, I’ve had this book at least 10 years and ever since the first time I read it, I’ve used the 40-Day Prosperity Plan on a daily basis.
From the INTRODUCTION:
“Since the beginning of the civilized world, enlightened ones have taught that prosperity is a part of the natural process of life – that lavish abundance is the unquestionable nature of each individual. And through the centuries, countless men and women accepted this truth, realized the law of plenty within and moved above the illusion of scarcity into the reality of unlimited wealth. They proved for themselves that the energy of abundance is constantly radiating from the Source within and flowing out to appear as money and financial well-being.
What one has done, all can do. The secret is to be aware of this unfailing principle, to understand that lack is simply the out-picturing of false beliefs, and to know that as you make the correction in consciousness, you will become a channel for the activity of ever-expanding affluence in your life.
This material certainly isn’t the last word on the subject of supply. However, if you will practice the principles and dedicate yourself to opening the consciousness to the infinite riches within, it will not be long before you awaken to your divine inheritance. And with each awakening, more of the error patterns of lack and limitation are erased from the collective consciousness. The good of the whole does begin with each individual.”
Does it work? Yes, I’d say it does. As with anything, whatever we believe is true for us. As the author, John Randolph Price says, “…the 40-Day Prosperity Plan is an effective process in changing consciousness from a vibration of limitation to one of abundance.”
Although John Randolph Price is the author of 18 nonfiction and 3 fiction books, this is the only one I’ve read. He died this past July. He was 82 years old.