“With a unique and upbeat message, The Secret and Spirituality is recommended to anyone who wants to change their lives just by changing their outlook.”
—The Midwest Book Review
In the modern search for truth, every person must cope with the distractions and disappointments of everyday life and the stress of not finding all the answers. Bill L. Little, a counselor and a pastor, responds to Rhonda Byrne’s popular film and book The Secret and discusses the law of universal truth–namely, the Law of Attraction.
The Law of Attraction states that a person’s positive thoughts, emotions, and inner desires attract positive situations in life. It applies to all kinds of people: Buddhists, atheists, agnostics, and especially, Christians. Even though readers might not believe the Law of Attraction right away, Little adapts these teachings and translates them into a language better understood throughout Christianity–that “as a man thinks in his heart, so he is” (Proverbs 23:7).
The Secret and Spirituality includes Bible quotes and real-life examples to help better understand the Law of Attraction and how it relates to everyday lives. With the right focus, Christians of today can greatly benefit from these practices and become stronger in their own faith.
About the Author
Bill Little has a Ph.D. in counseling from Washington University and has worked with cancer patients for more than twenty-five years. Through the years, he has come to understand that the same common-sense interventions that help the body fight disease could also help the body prevent disease. A full-time pastor, Little has served as an oncology counselor and researcher at St. Louis hospitals. He has also worked with professional athletes, using visualization and concentration techniques to sharpen physical skills. Little is an accomplished author with books such as Self-Destruction Made Easy and Prevention: The Ultimate Cure, both published by Pelican. He resides in St. Louis with his wife, Theresa Gay.
THE SECRET AND SPIRITUALITY
By Bill L. Little
144 pp. 5 x 8
EAN: 978-1-58980-591-0 pb