More Abraham-Hicks Skeptics…
The website, at least, spared him the months in bed fighting leukemia and his invisible death in November, 2011. The fictions expand.
The synopsis consists of twelve declarations and an intriguing post script. Posted twice in slightly different versions, they are fleshed out with detail in one. The oddest thing about them is that they read like they’d been tossed off quickly, without editing, declaring truths that never make much sense, a catch basin of ideas so broad anyone can land, where you’d expect clarity and cohesion.
When I bought my first few Abraham-Hicks books, the points where Jerry jumped in with original content of his own was obvious. Rather than passionate and inspiring, Jerry is dull, repetitive and pedantic. It has a listen to me tone.