5 Minutes to Trust Money: 5 Minutes to Money by Nivedita Vedurla
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I loved the concept of this book. The author, Nivedita Vedurla, challenges the reader to rethink their concept of money and their general relationship with it. The book central themes is to believe in manifestation (through the daily use of positive affirmations about money) and to challenge the reader to rethink their previous notions about money. I really enjoyed the part where the reader had time to reflect about their adolescence and their early encounters with money; the promotion of jotting these memories down in a notebook really helped. A lot of the ideas echoed another book I have recently completed called "Think and Grow Rich" by Napolean Hill. Money will naturally fall upon those that think positive thoughts about money and believe that they can attract it in ABUNDANCE. Whereas, if we have negative thoughts about money and believe that it is "evil" it will hinder our ability to generate it. Therefore, Vedurla's ideas about positive manifestation towards money echoed other books that I have read prior, so that is the main reason I listed it as a 4 star rating instead of 5. The shortness of the book also resulted in a four star rating, because I wished the author could go into more depth about the concept. All in all, it was a highly enjoyable read. I would gift this to a friend that wants to build a more positive mindset about money or simply in need of a good self-help book when it comes to personal finances.
I will leave this review with a small section of the book that left me pondering over the subject matter. I hope you enjoy it!
We all know we need money but the fact is, we all need money to have the life we have always desired. And the only possible way to achieve the dream is to erase the suggestions that claim money has negative aspects. Now, these beliefs have been rooted in our minds from generations, and removing them is quite difficult though not impossible.
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