Vibrational Harmony: The Real Secret of Success, Health and Happiness
Beverly Nadler, CMT, CH
Trafford Publishing, 255 pages, (paperback) $17.48, 978-1466919594
(Reviewed: August, 2012)
Six years ago, Rhonda Byrne, an Australian television writer and producer, authored the wildly popular self-help book, The Secret, in which she instructed readers on how to tune into life-affirming energy and achieve limitless success. Dozens of books have since been released promising similar results. Beverly Nadler’s Vibrational Harmony joins the list, and despite the glut, it’s a welcome addition.
What makes Nadler’s book worthy is her clarity in explaining what might otherwise be a complex concept. “Everything is energy – and ‘everything’ includes you,” Nadler writes. “Your energy field… radiates into the Universe and attracts the people, things, events, situations and circumstances that your vibrations are in harmony with, and these become ‘your life’.” It follows that good energy attracts positive results. Negative energy? Not so much.
Comparing the brain to a computer, Nadler seamlessly leads her readers through a five-stage course of “reprogramming,” which includes “Awareness, Identification, Releasing, Installing and Integrating.” There is nothing “woo-woo” about Nadler’s approach. She offers step-by-step instructions on how to relinquish a “Material Model” in which our thinking is negative and full of limits and substitute it for an “Energy Model” which, among other benefits, guarantees “Spiritual communication and Divine intervention,” as well as the ability to heal physical problems from cold symptoms to pain.
Nadler might have added grist to her thesis by including case studies, which would have illustrated her concepts in action. But for those who can accept her premise without needing personal anecdotes to firm up their belief, good vibes are guaranteed.