How to remember the ‘Forgotten Laws’

Bob Proctor was one of the main contributors to Rhonda Byrne’s ‘The Secret’. His snippets in the book were probably some of the most important. Rather than really on the spiritual side of the concept, Bob Proctor used a more scientific approach. Such as ‘Why do you think that 1 percent of the population earns around 96 percent of all the money that’s being earned? Do you think that’s an accident?’, Bob Proctor. His voice in the book lends itself to a sceptical layman and how they would feel at being explained this strange yet alluring piece of literature.

In current times the ‘Law of Attraction’ is perhaps more needed than ever, but also probably not particularly believed in. The economic downturn has effected everyone in one way or another. So its understandable that people would be reluctant to believe in a theory that promises them an abundance of their desires, especially wealth. The instructions outlined in ‘The Secret’ are good but unfortunately many feel that they weren’t quite enough or weren’t as detailed as they could have been. Bob Proctor has rectified that with his own literature.

He has written a publication entitled ‘The Forgotten Laws’. His version isn’t the watered down version that the DVD or book was, but a much more detailed and fleshed out version. He uses various different laws that amalgamate into one law, the ‘Law of Attraction’. When these laws are read and learnt they make the transition into an expert abundance attractor smooth and easy. You will begin to realise just how much affect your outlook has on the world around you. Bob Proctor makes this transition with his trademark easy to understand language.

To be exact there are 11 forgotten laws. These are recorded on an audio disc and transcripted in a book. Bob’s theory is that you can learn these laws in just one hour a day, you can do it in your lunch break or just before you go to sleep.

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