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The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction is a new curriculum on life. This guidebook challenges the widely conceived notion that in order to be successful, we must have a standard education. Having received a formal education, Samuels knows what it’s like to conform to society’s standards and complete over two decades worth of schooling. But wit The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction is a new curriculum on life. This guidebook challenges the widely conceived notion that in order to be successful, we must have a standard education. Having received a formal education, Samuels knows what it’s like to conform to society’s standards and complete over two decades worth of schooling. But with two bachelors’ degrees and a master’s degree to his name, the author can’t help but wonder if education helps us live a happy, successful life. In “The Universe-ity,” Samuels examines whether or not years of formal education actually teach society how to become successful. The author, who has created his own successful business as well as published his own book, explains how you do not have to have years of education to live a prosperous, fulfilling life. “The curriculum I’ve included in ‘The Universe-ity’ teaches you about you,” says Samuels. “This is a new education system to learn from in order to live a better, more thriving life.” Samuels believes the ideas, beliefs and strategies discussed in “The Universe-ity” will appeal to anyone looking for something more out of their life. He hopes that his words will help everyone, from business people wanting to improve their careers to mothers looking to reinvent themselves to high school students confused about what to do after graduation. The Universe-ity is a stunning new concept in education. Class is officially in session.


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The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction is a new curriculum on life. This guidebook challenges the widely conceived notion that in order to be successful, we must have a standard education. Having received a formal education, Samuels knows what it’s like to conform to society’s standards and complete over two decades worth of schooling. But wit The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction is a new curriculum on life. This guidebook challenges the widely conceived notion that in order to be successful, we must have a standard education. Having received a formal education, Samuels knows what it’s like to conform to society’s standards and complete over two decades worth of schooling. But with two bachelors’ degrees and a master’s degree to his name, the author can’t help but wonder if education helps us live a happy, successful life. In “The Universe-ity,” Samuels examines whether or not years of formal education actually teach society how to become successful. The author, who has created his own successful business as well as published his own book, explains how you do not have to have years of education to live a prosperous, fulfilling life. “The curriculum I’ve included in ‘The Universe-ity’ teaches you about you,” says Samuels. “This is a new education system to learn from in order to live a better, more thriving life.” Samuels believes the ideas, beliefs and strategies discussed in “The Universe-ity” will appeal to anyone looking for something more out of their life. He hopes that his words will help everyone, from business people wanting to improve their careers to mothers looking to reinvent themselves to high school students confused about what to do after graduation. The Universe-ity is a stunning new concept in education. Class is officially in session.

30 review for The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education using the Law of Attraction

  1. 5 out of 5

    Miranda Reads

    4.5 stars Overall, I really liked this self-help book by Samuels! It was divided into several sections - all themed along the a typical school. Each chapter took us through one of the major keys to Michael's spiritual education system. Freshman Year: Defining U It takes courage to take risks to become successful Everyone has to start somewhere, and Samuels makes his audience being their time at the Universe-ity by focusing on you. What do you want from this world? You can't expect progre 4.5 stars Overall, I really liked this self-help book by Samuels! It was divided into several sections - all themed along the a typical school. Each chapter took us through one of the major keys to Michael's spiritual education system. Freshman Year: Defining U It takes courage to take risks to become successful Everyone has to start somewhere, and Samuels makes his audience being their time at the Universe-ity by focusing on you. What do you want from this world? You can't expect progress without a goal to work towards. Sophomore Year: An A+ in Success You don't have to be the next Cher...but you can sure start living the life you were meant to live It's one thing to define your wants, but it's another to live your life in a way those wants can be realized. Junior Year: Karma Kourse The laws of karma are insanely strict... Put good in, get good out! Enough said! (Well, not enough said - check out the book for the full story. Senior Year: Subconscious Computer Programming Programming your subconscious mind is demanding the best from it, This little lesson is probably the most valuable of them all (though...you'll have to read the book to find out!) This one was definitely my favorite of Michael's self-help series. I like the way the lessons were broken down into easily digestible chunks and the school theme made the lessons fun (though, that could just be because I'm still at uni and I enjoy the tie-in). Michael has several activities scattered throughout book for the reader - designed to help enhance their understanding of his concepts. There were also little summaries with the key points at the end of every chapter. I definitely liked the tone of this book. Michael never ventured into the pseudo or fru fru aspects of self-help. His advice was always extremely practical and made sense - but was not necessarily something I had thought of before. All in all - this book was a huge success for me - there were so many things I learned that I cannot wait to apply to my own life! With thanks to the author for a free copy in exchange for an honest review YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Facebook | Snapchat @miranda_reads

  2. 5 out of 5

    N.N. Light

    As a firm believer in the school of life being more valuable than higher learning institutions, it’s no surprise I loved this book by Michael Samuels. Picking up where he left off in Just Ask the Universe, Samuels takes what we’ve learned so far and builds off of that. What do you want to be when you grow up? What goals/dreams are tugging at your heart? These two questions are the foundation of this book and its principles. While your education in the classroom looks good on your resume, it’s ho As a firm believer in the school of life being more valuable than higher learning institutions, it’s no surprise I loved this book by Michael Samuels. Picking up where he left off in Just Ask the Universe, Samuels takes what we’ve learned so far and builds off of that. What do you want to be when you grow up? What goals/dreams are tugging at your heart? These two questions are the foundation of this book and its principles. While your education in the classroom looks good on your resume, it’s how you apply that knowledge to the real world that makes the difference. What you’ve learned in real life, from heartache to failure, are the Universe’s exams. Samuels offers exercises, anecdotes and a down-to-earth writing style that not only makes sense, but is easy to put into practice. The laws of attraction are boiled down to its simplest form and I wish I learned this twenty years ago. But then again, maybe the Universe tried to show me but I wasn’t ready. I had more lessons to learn. A must read for anyone out there yearning for a better life. It’s within your reach. As Samuels puts it, class is in session. Graduation is coming up and I highly recommend this as a gift for any graduate. My Rating: 4.5 stars

  3. 5 out of 5

    Michelle

    I actually enjoyed this book. I didn't expect to. I expected it to be filled with metaphysical mumbo jumbo. Instead it is a step by step guide on connecting to who you want to be and how to get there. How to be a better you. I liked the conversational style of writing. The author never talks down to you. Only encourages and teaches you how to correct yourself. Forgive yourself (and others) and make better choices. I am going to give this to my teenager. I think it will help him be the best him h I actually enjoyed this book. I didn't expect to. I expected it to be filled with metaphysical mumbo jumbo. Instead it is a step by step guide on connecting to who you want to be and how to get there. How to be a better you. I liked the conversational style of writing. The author never talks down to you. Only encourages and teaches you how to correct yourself. Forgive yourself (and others) and make better choices. I am going to give this to my teenager. I think it will help him be the best him he can be. I am going to implement many of the tips given. I would recommend it to anyone who just wants to be better than what they are right now. We all have room for improvement.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Blair

    Michael Samuels has given us a short but very helpful guide on how to take what we know from the life lessons we have had and from whatever formal education that we actually learned from and apply it to finding a more productive, satisfying life. Many who have had formal education in high school and university - as well as graduate school (I hold a Ph.D. In psychology) will find Samuel's sharing about how much of it did not help him refreshing. So many of us have held this in our hearts and have Michael Samuels has given us a short but very helpful guide on how to take what we know from the life lessons we have had and from whatever formal education that we actually learned from and apply it to finding a more productive, satisfying life. Many who have had formal education in high school and university - as well as graduate school (I hold a Ph.D. In psychology) will find Samuel's sharing about how much of it did not help him refreshing. So many of us have held this in our hearts and have not known how to express it. On the other hand he does not say that all formal education is bad. Good education teaches a young person and adults how to think, how to be curious, how to see beyond the Cultural Paradigm that boxes our thinking in - - most of us do not get this. This book will give some a way to rethink what they know, what they really want and then how to make plans to really achieve what they want. In a simple way Samuels helps us to re-set our path. Is this book profound? Depends on who you are - - I sense what it does is help people boil many complicated things down to a manageable way of taking in and evaluating their lives - - so that they can release things that are not serving both in thought and in actual life endeavors - then to move on. Sometimes we have been searching for huge answers - when in fact we need more simple basics and in this -- it is profound. I recommend this to many of my clients and friends as a refreshing way to rethink and then set their intentions for "attracting" and creating the life that will serve them and their loved ones - - and the world better . . . along with eating green/organic, exercise and some stretching like Yoga or Tai Chi, daily meditation and release of psychological wounds that most all people conceived in the West have - and this book will help serve becoming the more whole person that you know in your heart that you are.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Barbara Mayer

    Uplifting He makes me want to start this program of ideas yesterday. So much so that I am reading another of his books and putting his suggestions into practice starting now. Who wouldn't want to? I believe I found this book for that purpose. Uplifting He makes me want to start this program of ideas yesterday. So much so that I am reading another of his books and putting his suggestions into practice starting now. Who wouldn't want to? I believe I found this book for that purpose.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Charles

    In the early part of the book, Samuels gives a list of very successful people that never graduated from or even went to college and in many cases never even finished high school. All of them are well known and he uses their success to argue that it is not necessary to get formal schooling in order to succeed. While I agree with that, there is also no description of the millions of people that did not get formal schooling and are stuck in jobs where they are asking people the equivalent of their In the early part of the book, Samuels gives a list of very successful people that never graduated from or even went to college and in many cases never even finished high school. All of them are well known and he uses their success to argue that it is not necessary to get formal schooling in order to succeed. While I agree with that, there is also no description of the millions of people that did not get formal schooling and are stuck in jobs where they are asking people the equivalent of their French fry preferences. Taking what amounts to a small percentage of the outliers and using that to reach a broad conclusion is not sound reasoning. Samuels is quite right is arguing that the most important attribute of people that are successful is being positive and being receptive to the opportunities for success. Spending your time criticizing and finding fault with others is unproductive and time that you could have spent improving your prospects. It also makes enemies of people you may need in the future. Samuels ties that into the workings of the universe, which is different from other approaches, but invoking the power of positive thinking is certainly not new. Having the energy and the desire to try new things is always of benefit throughout the entire human age range and experiences. Samuels gives an alphabetized list of 365 things to do ranging from the standard making of a will to learning a new language to the more unlikely such as catching a foul ball at a baseball game. This is also an illustration of a standard recommendation for success, making a bucket list of things to do and setting out to do as many as possible. Of course the list should always be longer than what you can possibly achieve so that you continue to strive. As self-help books go this one is average, both in content and effectiveness. The style of presentation is a bit different and that is a differentiator. However, I am not certain that the new wrapping around an old message is a more powerful convincer. This book was made available for free for review purposes and this review appears on Amazon.

  7. 4 out of 5

    M.M. Hudson

    Did you ever sit in a classroom and wonder what you were doing there? I have had that feeling on such occasions. I often sat in algebra classes and wondered how knowing x+z-xc=7 was going to get me to a point where I would be able to teach kindergarten or have a family. I am pretty sure knowing that the state of Colorado has a vast dinosaur deposit was not going to get me that car I wanted either. Was I really learning the things I needed to know so that I could attract those things into my life? I Did you ever sit in a classroom and wonder what you were doing there? I have had that feeling on such occasions. I often sat in algebra classes and wondered how knowing x+z-xc=7 was going to get me to a point where I would be able to teach kindergarten or have a family. I am pretty sure knowing that the state of Colorado has a vast dinosaur deposit was not going to get me that car I wanted either. Was I really learning the things I needed to know so that I could attract those things into my life? I heard about the laws of attraction several years ago and dabbled a bit. However, I did not know that much to thoroughly manifest the people. places and things I wanted in my life. Enters the book by Michael Samuels, The Universe-ity. In his follow up book from Just Ask The Universe, Michael Samuels takes you through a step by step of what to do and what not to do in the asking of things. He shows the reader through several examples that you do not necessarily need an education to get everything you want. Ironically, the book is designed in such a way that you start in "Homeroom" and end up with "Senior" year. There is homework and even a certificate of "diploma" in the back. It is tongue in cheek but proves the point that one must be careful and take gradual steps and asking for things correctly in the big thing we call the universe. This is one education everyone from young to old can use! This book gets 4 stars from me. ~Naila Moon Disclosure:I received a copy of this book for my open and honest review. The views expressed here are 100% my own.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jalynn Patterson

    About the Book: The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction is a new curriculum on life. This guidebook challenges the widely conceived notion that in order to be successful, we must have a standard education. Having received a formal education, Samuels knows what it's like to conform to society's standards and complete over two decades worth of schooling. But with two bachelors' degrees and a master's degree to his name, the author can't help but wonder if education helps About the Book: The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction is a new curriculum on life. This guidebook challenges the widely conceived notion that in order to be successful, we must have a standard education. Having received a formal education, Samuels knows what it's like to conform to society's standards and complete over two decades worth of schooling. But with two bachelors' degrees and a master's degree to his name, the author can't help but wonder if education helps us live a happy, successful life. My Review: The author has designed a curriculum that is profound, yet satisfying. While the jury is still out on if I will use this fully. I will have to say that prayer to my Heavenly Father has a much grand effect on me and I will continue doing that. But Michael Samuels, tries to take the theory that maybe education isn't enough in today's world and with that I would have to agree. This world is already in and headed down a very dangerous path. Many of the authors profound statements and thoughts come from his intense study of the inner being. While I'm not really sure my thoughts line up with all of that he does warn you against worrying about life and the next big thing---which is a pretty good idea! If you are interested in purchasing this book you can at this link. **Disclosure** This book was sent to me free of charge for my honest review from the author.

  9. 5 out of 5

    N.N. Light

    As a firm believer in the school of life being more valuable than higher learning institutions, it’s no surprise I loved this book by Michael Samuels. Picking up where he left off in Just Ask the Universe, Samuels takes what we’ve learned so far and builds off of that. What do you want to be when you grow up? What goals/dreams are tugging at your heart? These two questions are the foundation of this book and its principles. While your education in the classroom looks good on your resume, it’s ho As a firm believer in the school of life being more valuable than higher learning institutions, it’s no surprise I loved this book by Michael Samuels. Picking up where he left off in Just Ask the Universe, Samuels takes what we’ve learned so far and builds off of that. What do you want to be when you grow up? What goals/dreams are tugging at your heart? These two questions are the foundation of this book and its principles. While your education in the classroom looks good on your resume, it’s how you apply that knowledge to the real world that makes the difference. What you’ve learned in real life, from heartache to failure, are the Universe’s exams. Samuels offers exercises, anecdotes and a down-to-earth writing style that not only makes sense, but is easy to put into practice. The laws of attraction are boiled down to its simplest form and I wish I learned this twenty years ago. But then again, maybe the Universe tried to show me but I wasn’t ready. I had more lessons to learn. A must read for anyone out there yearning for a better life. It’s within your reach. As Samuels puts it, class is in session. Graduation is coming up and I highly recommend this as a gift for any graduate. My Rating: 4.5 stars This review first appeared: https://princessofthelight.wordpress.com

  10. 4 out of 5

    Susan

    The Author pens "The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction" as a short and helpful guide on how to use our life lessons. His lessons within the book are extremely beneficial as he takes you through step by step on what to do and what not to do in the way of asking of things. I was totally impressed on how the author broke everything down so simply that it actually made more sense than it ever did. Highly recommended for all This review is based on a complimentary copy fr The Author pens "The Universe-ity: A Spiritual Education Using the Law of Attraction" as a short and helpful guide on how to use our life lessons. His lessons within the book are extremely beneficial as he takes you through step by step on what to do and what not to do in the way of asking of things. I was totally impressed on how the author broke everything down so simply that it actually made more sense than it ever did. Highly recommended for all This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    I'm not a big fan of Self help books but i must say this one wasn't to bad. It was a quick easy read and I actually enjoyed it.It has some really good points and was pretty interesting to read. I definitely enjoyed it. I'm not a big fan of Self help books but i must say this one wasn't to bad. It was a quick easy read and I actually enjoyed it.It has some really good points and was pretty interesting to read. I definitely enjoyed it.

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