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Law of Attraction Game Book: 28 Days of Love is a nonfiction New Age self-help book written by Priya Khajuria. Khajuria is a Law of Attraction coach and the creator of LOA games and meditations. How does one attain the future of one’s dreams? According to Khajuria, your future is created by your present and how you perceive yourself, your past and your present. Projecting past memories or perceptions, what the author describes as filters, can impact your future. Instead, why not concentrate on your present and on all the good things you are and have? Feeling good about yourself and your life, right here, right now, is a powerful force for attracting even more good into your future. Self-love is key to that, but self-love is often hard to practice in a world gone hypocritical. Khajuria’s Game Book offers the reader an easy, 28-day program that makes self-love an instinctive and automatic thing. She asks that the participants in her game devote five minutes each day to the topic and exercise given for that day. There’s no judgment or focus on changing things, just a five-minute reflection on what makes life worthwhile.
Priya Khajuria’s nonfiction New Age self-help book, Law of Attraction Game Book: 28 Days of Love, offers a month’s worth of inspiring and smile-provoking five-minute exercises. As I read through this little gem of a book, I was struck by the imagination and love of life that went into each day’s offering. The first day’s subject alone had me thinking about things in an entirely new and positive light. I also liked the fact the author maintains a Facebook group for those who want to share their responses and join in group play. Law of Attraction Game Book: 28 Days of Love is most highly recommended.