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Working with the Law

Narrated by: Jason McCoy
Length: 4 hrs and 20 mins
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Publisher's Summary

Science has defined a variety of natural laws that explain the physical world and how it changes. One such law states that for every action there is a reaction, and that for every motion there is corresponding counter-motion. Whether it's visible to the human eye or not, one thing is certain, movement and change will occur as a result. Having studied these principles, author Raymond Holliwell not only understood the universal physical applications, he also understood the spiritual and mental applications as well.

By using this law on a spiritual and mental level, Holliwell found that a specific thought could create a desired reaction in his personal and professional life through continual and dedicated practice. As he came to realize the expanded potential of this powerful law, he eventually recognized the ultimate source of the dramatic results - God.

There are countless laws that impact on our daily lives and actions. But there are other laws just waiting to be discovered and put to work from within laws that anyone can use to live a limitless and prosperous life. After many printings, the lessons in WORKING WITH THE LAW are still being taught in numerous workshops around the country and continue to provide the listener with a new opportunity to take action and re-think their strategy for success by simply working with the law.

©2012 BN Publishing (P)2012 BN Publishing

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  • Stephen
  • 05-01-2016

Easily at the top of my list...

This book has instantly made it to the top of my list right next to Think and Grow Rich. I loved it. It contains complex principles that are explained so effortlessly. I will be recommending this to everyone!

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  • Clint Littlefield
  • 04-06-2016

best book ever. .

I have read 3 times and will continue, much to learn, much to gain!!!

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  • Jacqueline
  • 02-09-2016

Insprational and mind provocative......

One of the most motivational texts I've read this year! Not another law of attraction texts..... this one truly explains how use of the universal lives may improve your life.

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  • Brandon
  • 30-06-2015

yes I would love to learn the rules of the book..

loved it struggled to move through the all the different chapters...meaning the information is so dense it is hard to absorb completely throughout the first few sittings.

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  • Joseph G.
  • 19-06-2015

Wonderful Spiritual Classic!

I read this book years ago and recently heard the audiobook as a refresher. It's well-written, insightful and very practical. I also recommend Manifest Your Millions by Eddie Coronado and The Attractor Factor by Joe Vitale.

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  • HVMS
  • 13-11-2015

It was interesting

Not what I expected- but still good.
I'm going to have to listen to it repeatedly-
You'll know what I mean if you get it.
Happy listening!

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  • Hassan J.Al-Dahneen
  • 10-01-2019

I have grown up

this book is a master piece, I have literally grown-up 10 yeas "of understanding" at least. During the period of reading this book, i stumbled alot and finally found the truth. yes, it is clear to me now.

I have a close friend of mine, we usually see each other every weekend. after finishing reading this book yesterday we meet, the first thing he said was: Hassan, what happened to you, you seem like you are 10 years older than you are. Inside of me I smiled. yes, my mind grown-up so much.

this book should be thought at grade 1 in schedule, this is no joke or mear hope. We all should know the laws which governs our universe.

God Bless The Author.

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  • Yvonne
  • 10-12-2018

Life Changing

It's a book only when you are ready to bring forth the real you and allow Law and Order to show you what's it all about.Good Journey

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  • Georgi
  • 28-10-2018

amazing book

This is an amazing book, it relates to the Bob Proctor message, trainings and books.

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  • Gena Allen
  • 05-09-2018

Life Changing

so much great information I'll need to listen to it over and over to fully consume what it has to offer!

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  • Milli
  • 10-03-2017

The voice is off putting

What disappointed you about Working with the Law?

I Found the voice was very annoying! I couldn't get into the book.

What will your next listen be?

The missing secret Joe Vitale

How did the narrator detract from the book?

I found he went off subject a little and his voice was hard to listen too.

What character would you cut from Working with the Law?

no characters

Any additional comments?

I think I would enjoy reading the book rather than the audible version!