Kamran Novin’s Financial Freedom details how to “receive effortlessly” —be it money, love, freedom, or whatever the heart wants.
A lifelong seeker “fascinated by money, sexuality, and power,” Novin offers 20 “experiments” to manifest a more fulfilling life. By setting goals, practicing gratitude, building constructive habits, thinking win/win, visualizing the dream, and taking advantage of 15 more opportunities to delve inside to find the courage and root out limiting beliefs, a life of limitless possibility can be co-created. “You have to learn to think differently and stop wanting to have so much control. You have to trust the universe and the vibrational energies.” Even sex, with a partner or alone, can access the energy that co-creates a rich, satisfying experience, he notes.
The author’s concept of riches goes much farther than money in the bank; he repeats throughout that living authentically, in tune with one’s values, in a constructive relationship with nature and other people, is a goal as valuable as gold.
Novin writes simply, in an encouraging, casual voice, the way he probably conducts the 21-day course he’s been teaching his friends. He draws on a very short list of resources, including Napoleon Hill’s classic book Think and Grow Rich and the popular film The Secret. Still, he’s obviously well versed in the concepts of co-creation and manifestation; the “experiments” should, if done regularly with fearless introspection, reveal the subconscious beliefs that block the flow of positive energy.
Twenty-one days is an ambitious timetable for building wealth, self-esteem, and new paradigms; in fact, his plan for saving a sizeable amount of money takes a full year. But if seekers are willing to use this 21-day plan as a jumping-off point into a lifetime of steady, open-hearted practice, they should find that their lives are richer and more rewarding in the long run.
Also available as an ebook.