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Cosmic Ordering

You Can Be Successful
Narrated by: John Marino
Length: 12 hrs and 42 mins
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Summary

The law of attraction is the theory of manifesting, Cosmic Ordering is the practice of manifesting. Now with this most advanced book on Cosmic Ordering ever written, from international best-selling author Stephen Richards, you will be taken on a step-by-step journey showing you how this worldwide mind power phenomenon can work for you and change your life for the better.

You can step into your new future when you are taken beyond what any previous level of Cosmic Ordering has ever done for you. Everything you need to know from the nuts and bolts basics to the zenith of advanced techniques in how it can work for you is explained in easy-to-follow, succinct detail by the master of manifesting with over 20 years of direct experience.

This is the natural steppingstone up from his best-selling books Cosmic Ordering Guide and The Cosmic Ordering Service.

Wealth, relationships, health, career and life-changing guidance, and more are all there for you to take advantage of, and from this, you will be able to dramatically transform your life.

Stephen Richards says, "Always have an air of expectancy."

©2009 Stephen Richards (P)2016 Stephen Richards

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