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The Power (Hindi) by Rhonda Byrne. Buy The Power (Hindi) online for Rs. () - Free Shipping and Cash on Delivery All Over India!. Shakti is the Hindi version of the original book of the name, The Power, by Rhonda Byrne. Rhonda Byrne wrote the book, The Secret, in , which became an. Editorial Reviews. Review. we always reads as we wants to get anything useful beneficial. this Rhonda Byrne is a renowned author, television writer, and producer. Apart from this book, Byrne has written few other books, and they include The Secret Gratitude Book, The Secret Daily Teachings, The Power, and The Magic.

If the book told complete stories of these heroes, it would have made a more inspirational read, and also helped us get a bigger picture of the lives of these people.

Also maybe it is just my bad general knowledge , I had not heard of many of these contributors. No doubt they are very successful in their careers.

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But I think one of the reasons they were chosen was because they all have foundations and charities to which a part of the revenue from the sale of this book is contributed.

This is in lines with the final step of a Hero's journey where they help others who are less fortunate. And that ordeal is the biggest challenge we all face.

This might be true for some people, and true in super-hero movies, but does not necessarily apply to every hero's journey. And that is to help others less fortunate. You undergo a transformation, and through that transformation you are driven to take one more step on the journey.

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It's the final step. In taking this final step you become a true hero, and the Hero's Journey is complete" But does helping someone always have to happen at the end of the journey?

Is it another "step"? Shouldn't helping others happen all along the journey?

And does the journey ever end? In stead, it is more like a book of quotations from the featured Heroes. Rhonda did not have very much to say throughout, rather than give a few examples from her life supporting the topic discussed.

While the section on intuition encourages us to go by our gut feeling, and trusting the first insight we receive from our Universal Mind, on page 66 we are told to "think things through more carefully before taking big action".

While Rhonda talks about someone who, after committed to his dream, saw amazing effortless co-incidences within just 2 weeks, on page one featured Hero says "it's a cinch by the inch, it's hard by the yard". And on page another Hero implies that we should not believe in instant gratification and "if it hasn't happened yet, keep trying".

Doesn't that mean that life is tough and we need to work hard to get to our dreams? Doesn't this go against the Law of Attraction and The Secret, that teach us to believe in abundance and instant manifestation if we are aligned with the Source?

But I did not relate to any of the Heroes featured in the book. It might be because of the lack of continuity.

If the book told complete stories of these heroes, it would have made a more inspirational read, and also helped us get a bigger picture of the lives of these people. Also maybe it is just my bad general knowledge , I had not heard of many of these contributors.

No doubt they are very successful in their careers. But I think one of the reasons they were chosen was because they all have foundations and charities to which a part of the revenue from the sale of this book is contributed.

This is in lines with the final step of a Hero's journey where they help others who are less fortunate. Life's Amazing Secrets: Gaur Gopal Das [Marathi]. The Parable of the Pipeline: Burke Hedges [English]. Joseph Murphy [Hindi].

Rhonda Byrne [Hindi]. Robert T. Kiyosaki [Tamil]. David J. Schwartz [Hindi].

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Allan Pease [Hindi]. Rich Dad Poor Dad By: Robert T Kiyosaki [Telugu].

Allan Pease [Punjabi]. Allan and Barbara Pease [Marathi].This masterpiece has been unfortunately neglected in the encounter of other publications. Read more about the condition. And that is to help others less fortunate. Learn more - opens in a new window or tab.

The book also talks about historical figures who have used this law to bring about change.