Possibly the most troubling feature of what Jerry and Esther Hicks and Abraham claim to be the “Teachings of Abraham” is that the basic claims are so fabulous no rational person would believe them if not tricked out in a clever sales pitch that reduces everything to processes or “games,” as they call them in the book.
First and most ravishing is the claim that everyone has total freedom to create whatever reality they want, “no exceptions.” The converse of this is total responsibility, of course, which is what seduced most of us in the beginning. But you get into trouble when you try to apply it to real world situations.
According to the teachings of Abraham and consistent with what they insist is the most powerful law in the universe, the Law of Attraction, each of us chooses our time of birth as well as death, making every…
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