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El Secreto (The Secret)

El Secreto (The Secret)

Escrito por Rhonda Byrne

Narrado por Rebeca Sanchez Manriquez


El Secreto (The Secret)

Escrito por Rhonda Byrne

Narrado por Rebeca Sanchez Manriquez

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4/5 (126 valoraciones)
Longitud:
4 horas
Publicado:
Nov 6, 2007
ISBN:
9780743571791
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Descripción

EN TUS MANOS TIENES UN GRAN SECRETO.

Ha sido legado a través de las eras, muy codiciado, ocultado, extraviado, hurtado y vendido por vastas sumas de dinero. Durante siglos, algunos fragmentos de este Gran Secreto se han hallado en las tradiciones orales, en la literatura, en las religiones y filosofías. Lo han entendido algunos de los personajes más prominentes de la historia: Platón, Galileo, Beethoven, Edison, Carnegie y Einstein, entre otros inventores, teólogos, científicos y grandes pensadores de renombre.

Por primera vez, todos los componentes de El Secreto se han conjugado en una increíble revelación que les transformará la vida a todas las personas que lo vivan.

En este libro en audio, descubrirás El Secreto. Aprenderás a poseer, a hacer y a ser cualquier cosa que desees. Aprenderás a valerte de El Secreto en todos los aspectos de tu vida. Escucharás las palabras de maestros contemporáneos, hombres y mujeres que han aprovechado El Secreto para gozar de buena salud, vivir en prosperidad, mantener buenas relaciones interpersonales y conocer la felicidad. Nos cuentan relatos increíbles de cómo han usado El Secreto para erradicar enfermedades, adquirir enormes fortunas, sobreponerse a obstáculos, y lograr lo que muchos considerarían imposible. Con estas vivencias, comenzarás a entender el poder oculto e inexplorado que yace dentro de ti y las verdaderas maravillas que te esperan en la vida Para vivir la versión cinemática de El Secreto, acude a www.thesecret.tv
Publicado:
Nov 6, 2007
ISBN:
9780743571791
Formato:
Audiolibro

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Sobre el autor

Rhonda Byrne is the creator behind The Secret, a documentary film that swept the world in 2006, changing millions of lives and igniting a global movement. Later that same year, Rhonda’s book of The Secret was released. It has been translated into more than fifty languages and remains one of the longest-running bestsellers of this century. Rhonda has written three more bestselling books: The Power in 2010, The Magic in 2012, and Hero in 2013.


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  • (2/5)
    A beautifully-produced book, certainly.
  • (5/5)
    I listened to this book on CD. The "Secret" is the law of attraction. My thoughts become what I am. Through my own positive thoughts, I have the capability to become far more than what I am. A very motivational book that gives me energy and empowers me to be more than I am.
  • (3/5)
    Clever title that entices curiosity and reading. Smart presentation that facilitates easy reading. Commercially expedient & excellent Old-age mental skills & powers, nothing new.
  • (3/5)
    A family member lent this book to me when I was going through a rough time.

    It actually helped me. It is common sense, but seeing the words in writing made things clearer. You have the power to turn your life into what you want it to be as long as you believe you can do it.

    If you feel down definitely read this book.
  • (1/5)
    Gave up! Blehhh...
  • (1/5)
    This book totally sucks. Everyone in my Neighborhood Book Club hated it, included the woman who felt duped into picking it out.However, if you want to know how a depressingly large population of people actually think, then this book will give you tremendous insight.There was a hilarious parody review of this book on Amazon.com. I highly recommend reading that review!
  • (5/5)
    Uplifting!
  • (4/5)
    The Secret really is where you get the saying "be careful what you wish for". But maybe there is something to the Law of Attraction. I've had some really cool things come to me that could be a result of using The Secret - contest winnings - a bike, a trip etc. and some cool business endeavours. One thing the book does say is not to concentrate on what you don't want (the Law of Attraction does not recognize negatives) and to not wish too hard as then you are not truly believing it so it won't work. If nothing else (and for the skeptics out there), The Secret is a great book about living life better through positive thinking and there is no harm done to put it into practice, just realize that you have to put some work into life to make it better. (Whatever that may be!)
  • (3/5)
    I wish I could give this book a higher rating as it did have a good message, but the ideas here are a collection of those found elsewhere throughout history. The author isn't presenting something new and bold. I have read lots of religious, spiritual and new age books and already had heard of the 'secret' presented here. I know the book was extremely popular, but the fact that the secret really wasn't a secret makes me less inclined to give it a high mark.
  • (4/5)
    Seriously works, many people have known about it. It's just brought together into words rather than thoughts now.
  • (5/5)
    I listened to this book on CD. The "Secret" is the law of attraction. My thoughts become what I am. Through my own positive thoughts, I have the capability to become far more than what I am. A very motivational book that gives me energy and empowers me to be more than I am.
  • (5/5)
    It certainly offers a new perspective on things. Reading through this book, I found myself relating to it and by the end, I loved it. I say give it a chance. It is definitely a different outlook, but with an open mind, you might discover some new qualities within yourself.
  • (5/5)
    It is An awesome must read book <3
  • (2/5)
    The law of attraction - when you want something the whole universe conspires to help you have it. As in you can REALLY control what you get.
  • (5/5)
    I hope what I read stays!
  • (1/5)
    Utter inanity. Nonetheless, it is hardly surprising the book appealed to such a vast amount of people when one considers the fatuousness that masquerades as spirituality and philosophy in today's society.
  • (1/5)
    This book is ridiculous.
  • (1/5)
    This is the biggest case of "don't judge a book by its cover" you will ever come across. From the cover, it looks like a pretty damn good fantasy novel, or perhaps a nice bit of historical fiction. But no. It's some self-help bollocks that is some of the most pretentious self-loving twaddle I've ever encountered. There are self-help books for everything, and only 1 in 10000 are worth anything. This is not one of them. The Secret is to not read this.
  • (3/5)
    Good book as far as it goes. You do attract what you're thinking about, but you need action to get there.
  • (3/5)
    At the very basic level, this book did achieve one of its purposes for me, which was to inspire. I've always been a positive thinker, the eternal optimist, but this book also made me aware of something equally true for me: people do have a tendency to dwell on the negative and what they do NOT want in life - ie, I do NOT want debt; I do NOT want people to be disrespectful to me. I've never viewed this as negative thinking, but I suppose, in its own way, it is.That being said, this book is no masterpiece. Please save your hard-earned money on something more meaningful. By all means, read it, but borrow it from a friend, the library, or acquire it (legally!) without having to fork over money. The Secret is not so secret - think positively!! There, I've saved you the trouble. This book was written on an elementary school level, with plenty of short sentences, and !!!! unnecessary amounts of exclamation points. It was also quite repetitive, so much so that I eventually began skipping pages. I give it a fair rating because the book did connect with me on some level, though certainly nothing earth-shattering.
  • (5/5)
    Let there be abundance.
    Oh it's already there.
  • (5/5)
    Amazing, Interesting, Engaging, and definitely Thought Provoking. I can see why so many have read this book. The principle behind the secret makes sense. One of our favorites at home.
  • (1/5)
    I'm sorry, this is just inane...
  • (3/5)
    I remember reading this book, back when I was in sales. It was a fascinating read. It made a lot of sense, at the time. Did a good job at lighting a fire under my ass, to get myself motivated.

    But, just like going to some stupid Tony Robbins seminar, this book too fades away after a short time. All this motivational stuff falls flat. After a couple weeks, you realise that it's all just bullshit. What the ideas in this book are trying to teach you, is yes, it is all bullshit. It's all in your head. Whether you believe yourself a failure, or believe yourself a success, you're right.

    You don't need this book, or anything else, to succeed. You just need yourself to want to succeed, and have the drive to fulfill that dream. Holy shit! I should write one of these stupid motivational books. But, why... I mean, Baywatch is on. And, I'm hungry. Fuck that noise. People can motivate their own damn selves.
  • (1/5)
    A pig in a fur coat. Smarmy, to boot. A collection of quotations "explained" and summarized by the author. Honestly, any good book of quotations without commentary would give you better brain food.
  • (3/5)
    The basic idea was pretty good, the added hokiness got on my nerves. I listened to the audio & watched the damn movie to.
    Its good to always try and stay positive and the method described is useful if you keep focused regularly.
    But man the way she goes about putting her ideas...and if u sit through the audiobook. That music. Pandering.

    Giving it 3 because I do believe that the basic idea is worth the result, though materialism is not something I would encourage or relate to, other than in the most simplest of senses.
  • (5/5)
    Definitivamente es un libro que deben leer, algo tan sencillo y completo, como agradecer puede cambiar tu día, días buenos lleva a una semana buena, a meses, año, toda una vida de felicidad y éxito. definitivamente estoy emocionada por empezar implementarlo y mejorar mi vida.
  • (5/5)
    Encantada e impresionada con este gran libro.
    100% recomendado. Estoy lista para aplicar.
  • (5/5)
    Nunca me cansaré de escucharlo, leerlo y verlo, para mi ha sido un antes y un después del secreto
  • (5/5)
    ES GENIAL,GRACIAS,GRACIAS,GRACIAS, NO SE ARREPENTIRÁ SI ESTAS DISPUESTO A APRENDER