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An effective and revolutionary way to find true happiness, based on the famous Master Key System devised by Charles F. Haanel almost a century ago. - Charles F. Haanel's philosophy, created in 1912, is the foundation stone of the worldwide bestseller 'The Secret' by Rhonda Byrne. - The recent spate of Haanel-inspired books, including 'The Secret', usually cover just one of his ideas, the 'law of attraction', but Tapping the Source covers all 24 of Haanel's principles and laws (including laws of Health, Power, Morality, Spirit and Wealth), modernising them and making them accessible, enjoyable and inspiring. - This book is much more than merely a modern-day Haanel. It also gives practical pointers for attaining your goals, explaining techniques that you can apply to any area of your life. - Tap into the source in daily sessions lasting up to five minutes and live the life you want, finding abundance and perfection on all levels. Tapping the Source combines the timeless wisdom of Charles F. Haanel with the benefits of a century of ground-breaking developments in the use of meditation, psychology and focused concentration to reach alpha states for peak performance. Tapping the Source teaches methods that enable you to manifest your dreams, becoming wholly connected with others and finding the means within yourself to live your life to its fullest. If life had an instruction manual with step-by-step instructions on how to achieve success and happiness, Tapping the Source would be that book. About the Authors: William Gladstone is an author and literary agent who has worked with many influential authors, including Eckhart Tolle and Deepak Chopra. Richard Greninger is a producer who has worked on seminar programs for motivational leaders including Mark Victor Hansen, John Assaraf and Debbie Allen. John Selby is the author of more than two dozen books published in 14 languages with over half a million books in print.