A Kenyan real-estate investor briefly explains the nature of reality and reveals how a truer understanding of it can shower readers with wealth and abundance.
Gikandi relies on quantum physics and snatches of mysticism to portray reality as a glimmering, interconnected energy field of infinite possibility. According to the author, it is not necessary to strive to grow rich but only to realize that wealth and abundance are there for the taking. In Gikandi’s world, there’s no need to knock on the door; it is always open if readers know how and where to find it. And since we often end up with exactly what we expect to get, why shouldn’t we expect the best? Readers should have a clear plan; visualize success; love money; and always be joyful, grateful and generous. Also helpful is the repetition of mantras that promote wealth consciousness. Throughout the book, the words “I am wealth, I am abundance, I am joy” appear frequently, dropped in boldface between paragraphs in a seemingly random pattern and presumably meant to sink into the reader’s consciousness. But does this cosmic sense of optimism hold up? Should people who believe that money will roll in as needed risk buying houses and other material things they can’t afford? Will joy help pay the bills? Probably not, though the message may be inspirational for certain readers.
A chimerical mishmash.