Official Review: It's Time to Align: by Allen Lottinger

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Re: Official Review: It's Time to Align: by Allen Lottinger

Post by CambaReviewer »

Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this book. This high and low vibration thing is a little discomfiting. Glad you found it helpful.

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Post by HeatherTasker »

This sounds like an awesome guide to aligning with the laws of attraction and wellbeing. Fantastic! Looking forward to reading this one soon!

Your review sold me. 😊

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Post by anchor62 »

Now that I have "Good Vibrations" stuck in my head, I guess I need to thank you for the ear worm. That being said, it's reminiscent of "The Secret". Think positive, not thinking positive, you attract positive, and vice versa. The difference is this is focusing on figuring out your positive/higher vibrations instead of positive thoughts alone. It would be a good read for some people, but I'd rather just listen to "The Secret" in the background and watch the dude with the crazy hair.

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Post by Emmanae »

DancingLady wrote:
19 Mar 2018, 07:43
I will not read this book. The whole idea of high vibrations and low vibrations is totally alien to the Bible. I actually knew someone who believes and practiced this kind of thing and he was very creepy.
I think if there hadn’t been the quote about God on the cover I would have been fine with it, but with it it makes this so uncomfortable.

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Post by Uneekmind »

I found your review most helpful in making my decision about reading this book. I appreciate that some books are a bit easier to understand,especially when touching on a topic that can be so confusing for so many of us. I definitely plan to read this one!! Thank u

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Post by R-Myra »

I think it should be read because it shows what we should do to live another productive and happy day.

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Post by Jmteachmom »

After reading the sample on Amazon and your review I don't think this is a book for me. Your review is great and insightful though.

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Post by FilmStar »

It's always nice to read books that give you a different perspective and see yourself in a different light. I never thought something like vibration would be important. I'm not really one for self-help books but I believe those that like those books should like this one.

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Post by Emili »

Self-help books are not really my thing, however my father does love them. I think it’s very interesting how the author has compared and used vibrations as well as other physic laws. I think my father would really enjoy this book. Thank you so much for your review. ☺️

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Post by Dolor »

The topics in the book are quite diverse; they can range from dark forces to advanced aliens that use humans as “food.”

What I liked the most about this book is the author’s simple writing style. There are no fancy words, no complicated sentences and it is easy to understand for everyone since everything is broken down into steps. This book may change your perception of life and the world around you.
A self-help book with diverse topics from dark forces to advanced aliens that use humans as "food"? Wierd! This is the first time I encounter a self-help book talking about religion, dark forces, and advanced aliens that use humans as "food".

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Post by Magnus1111 »

The book appears interesting and insightful although I fail too see how this could be a self help book too the Non-religious majority.

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Post by RebeccasReading »

I'm glad you found this book helpful. After reading the sample, I don't think this book is for me. I'm not a fan of spiritual stuff. Thanks for the review!

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Post by them1n1ch1ef15 »

I’m not really a fan of self-help books or books about spirituality so am not planning to read this book. Although I found the sample text interesting I can tell that it’s the kind of book that I'll find a struggle. I know many people who do like this genre of book and I will be suggesting they check it out. I look forward to seeing what other people make of this book.

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Post by mamalui »

I appreciate the part about being good to one another. Even though this is not my normal choice of book. I like your review. Thank you.
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Post by uniquevictor »

To be happy in life, every person, needs the Love for God, Love in whatever one does, and Loving your neighbors. That's the special things that caught my attention. And that's Godly. This is a great book. Thanks alot

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