David Cameron Gikandi. · Rating details · ratings · 18 reviews. “A Happy Pocket Full of Money,” first self-published in , so impressed Rhonda. “The universe has more than enough business and wealth for everyone—way more than enough.” ― David Cameron Gikandi, A Happy Pocket Full of Money. Album · · 47 Songs. Available with an Apple Music subscription. Try it free.

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One caveat to fellow readers: May 17, Connie rated it it was amazing. The meat and potatoes of value This book is about the abstraction of money from the perspective of quantum physics. Step by step, you realize higher aspects of yourself.

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hhappy You may have forgotten this, but evolution and growth is all about remembering what you already are. If you are working on your wealth consciousness, this is a good book in addition to other law of attraction books. I kept waiting for some kind of concrete prescription for meditation, manifestation, etc. In “A Happy Pocket Full of Money,” Gikandi explains that true wealth is not about having buckets of cash, but rather understanding the value within.

By clicking on “Submit” you agree that you have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Jason Perkins tull it liked it Apr 18, And this is eventually experienced physically as money and wealth.



Books by David Cameron Gikandi. A message that eerily coincides with many religious teachings.

It’s a fresh way to envision energy and how you can create your reality including wealth and all other aspects of a happy life. A Happy Pocket Full of Money ratings.

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About David Cameron Gikandi. Feb 15, Evie Burke rated it it was amazing. Love this happy book. Rich Radford rated it it was amazing Nov 23, There was a problem adding your email address. savid

Jazeps rated it it was amazing Jan 05, It took me over 3 months to read because just reading a few pages was my limit before I couldn’t process any more. But making my way through the end was still a delight of a reminder of all the ways we can see wealth unfold in our lives. Nov 16, Catherine rated it liked it Shelves: Aug 04, Debbie rated it liked it.

The book was not an easy read despite the straight forward, simple wording.

Mar 02, Cj Sime rated it liked it Shelves: True wealth flows out of developing “wealth consciousness,” that incor “A Happy Pocket Full of Money,” first self-published inso impressed Rhonda Byrne, that she asked David Gikandi to become a consultant on The Secret. Paperbackpages.

This book reminded me of my college philosophy class- I had glimmering moments of understanding and wide expanses of complete confusion. As such, there is nothing new to learn. Stop making up excuses and believing in limits. The author talks about the ways in which you can manifest wealth or push it away with thoughts, actions, deeds, pocet deeply held beliefs.


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A Happy Pocket Full of Money: Infinite Wealth and Abundance in the Here and Now

I was halfway through the book before I realized that the point fulo written on the back cover. He explores how recent discoveries in theoretical physics are relevant for the creation of personal wealth and shows readers how to cameroh abundance by saving, giving, offering charity, and building happy relationships.

Be the first to learn pociet new releases! Return to Book Page. Success is the person you become, not a point you chase after. What good does it do, except to highlight negativity and cause it? Sue Brassel rated it liked it Jan 09, True wealth flows out of developing “wealth consciousness,” that incorporates gratitude, a belief in abundance, and an ability to experience joy in life.

The meat and potatoes of value for this book is in the first third.