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Spiritual Economics: The Principles and Process of True Prosperity Paperback – Feb 1 2001
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About the Author
Eric Butterworth (1916-2003), often referred to as a "Twentieth Century Emerson," is considered a legend and spiritual icon in the Unity Movement. A visionary and an innovator, he originated the Spiritual Therapy Workshops. The author of sixteen bestselling books on metaphysical spirituality, a gifted theologian, philosopher, and lecturer, Butterworth was a highly respected New Age pioneer and innovator of New Thought, whose life was dedicated to helping people to help themselves.
Top Customer Reviews
I've read my share of prosperity books, and this one is at the top of my list with Howard Caesar's audio book, "All About Prosperity".
If you're looking for some get rich quick type book, well this isn't it. I imagine that's one reason why he gave it the name he did, instead of emphasizing prosperity in the title. It's about changing your thinking about finances, health, relationships, all facets of prosperity. If you believe that changing your thinking will change your life, that we can control our thoughts and by doing so improve our over all circumstances, you'll find this book extremely helpful. Eric Butterworth comes from a very spiritual, and yet very practical level. He challenges many ideas that you might have studied in other prosperity books. Without naming her, he does challenge some of the prosperity techniques taught by Catherine Ponders and others. This is not to say that you should read him instead of her. To completely understand prosperity thinking, you should read both perspectives and then be guided by those principles that seem right to you. If you are open to a new perspective, and not bound by a fixed and rigid mind, you will find a lot of helpful material here.
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Honestly a great book if you understand prosperity as a spiritual thing and not in a materialistic sense. Read morePublished 6 months ago by J. Gardner
Spiritual Truth and Wisdom contained within this powerful book by Eric Butterworth, Spiritual Economics, can empower and enrich every aspect of one's life.Published on July 5 2014 by Onemine