Monday, June 24, 2013

Review: Abundance Triggers

Hello fellow readers!

Welcome to my stop on the tour for Abundance Triggers by Kanta Bosniak, hosted by Pump Up Your Book

Abundance Triggers

Title: Abundance Triggers: How to Shift Yourself Into Prosperity Concsciousness Instantly!
Author: Kanta Bosniak
Publisher: Createspace
Published: August 2nd, 2011
Pages: 174
Source: Received in exchange for an honest review
My Rating: 4 Stars

Learn how to put yourself in abundance consciousness instantly and consistently, making happiness your "new normal" and co-creating the life of your dreams! Kanta Bosniak is a soulful voice for finding within ourselves what has really never been lost: ourSelves. In her groundbreaking new book Abundance Triggers, she offers unique and self-affirming tools that we can use to "trigger" the knowledge of our essential nature and living our lives more abundantly. -Rev. Nancy J. Oristaglio, Regional Representative for the Southwest Region, Unity Worldwide Ministries, Sr. Minister, Unity of Antelope Valley This book is chock full of easy-to-follow ideas for a life of success and happiness! I was amazed at how author Kanta Bosniak included so much great information and still made it so conversational, exciting and fun. I think it's going to change people's lives in amazing ways. From now on, this is my go-to book for recognizing the abundance in my life and creating even more. -Lisa Plummer, Montessori Teacher and Soul Collage Facilitator Abundance Triggers is a wonderful tool box of ideas and inspiration to help regain the quality and vitality of the life we desire...Author Kanta Bosniak skillfully weaves information and story, and provides opportunities for creative self-expression as you move through your own renewal. -Heather Rodale, Founder, Healing Through the Arts Abundance Triggers resonated with me on every level and every cell of my body knows this is truth. It is my hope that millions of people will read this book and experience their shift, moving into a place of everyday miracles. -Stacy Hairfield, Publisher, Natural Awakenings Magazine, Southwest VA Edition

Melissa's Musings:

I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I must admit that as I first started reading it, I got nervous that it would be "preachy" once references to God and higher powers were made. I was very pleased that these references were very generalized and even keeled, so I didn't feel preached to or anything like that. And that is true of the entire tone of the book, not just those particularly spiritually oriented parts. Each of the activities are presented in a way that's not forceful, just as suggestions, that you can take or leave.

This book is full of a lot of useful tips and exercises that the reader can use to infuse more positivity and positive thinking into their life. Some of them are on the more creative side, like making a collage mandala with pictures of your loved ones. Others are more reflective, like meditation options or journaling questions. The wide range of options will appeal to many different readers.

One of the aspects that I enjoyed most about the book is that the author incorporates some of her own abundance stories into the book, as well as those of individuals in her life. It helped me to relate to the material better, and connect with the author, which I appreciated. 

One of my favorite sections was one toward the end of the book that touches on the meanings behind certain colors. My favorite color is purple, and according to the author's suggestions of the meanings of colors purple represents transformation, forgiveness, prosperity, depth, and integrity. These are things that I am working on in certain areas of my life, so it's very relevant.

There are some nice illustrations to go along with the material, and those help to reinforce the ideas.

If you are a person who is looking to increase positivity in your life, this book will definitely help. I wish I had stopped to do more of the excerises on my first read through, but since I didn't, this book will definitely be getting another reading (or two) from me.

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