“Philip Harris has provided us with an inspiring, thought provoking view into the words spoken by Jesus, who
knew “The Secret” and despite having shared his knowledge freely, many heard but didn't listen. This
book will make you stand up on your toes and realize just how powerful the words of Jesus really were. No matter what your
religious beliefs are this book will educate you to not just hear, but to listen and to apply what it is that you learn,
allowing you the capability of having a bountiful and prosperous today and every day there after.”
Katrina Stiles, Alternative-Read.com (UK)
“ In his thought
provoking new book, Jesus Taught It, Too: The Early Roots of The Law of Attraction, Phil Harris takes his reader
back 2000 years to explore the early roots of The Law of Attraction using the words of Jesus Christ himself. Phil builds a
strong case while providing insightful interpretations of Jesus' message which demonstrate the Law of Attraction is not new
and certainly no "Secret".”
Vicki Link, www.youcreatereality.com
“Phil Harris takes the essence
of archaic religious wisdom, and interprets a realistic translation and transition to current spiritual principles. He provides
the insight and rationality to empower ourselves in today’s world.
Brilliant, Inspiring and Insightful!”
Steven Mayber, Transformational
“For those who reject the secret
of the universe in favor of religious speculation, here’s a sermon of universal truth from the master prophet Himself. There will be no denying this evidence. From
the agnostic to the evangelical, if this doesn’t convince you, nothing will.”
—Brian Doe, Co-author of Waking God, Author of Barley and Gold
Just what was Jesus trying to tell us?
The quoted words of Jesus in the
Bible are by no means enigmatic; they are rather simple and straight forward. However, they can be interpreted in many different
ways, on different levels. Right off the top, they can instruct us on how to live an ethical, moral, upright life. Digging
further into them, they can lead us to an understanding of how to get beyond our selfishness and love everyone, even our enemies,
as our own self. In “Jesus Taught It, Too!
(The Early Roots of the Law of Attraction),” author Phil Harris has given us a stellar and insightful
interpretation of Jesus as the Master Teacher who pointed out the Way to those who “have ears to hear,” on an
even deeper level; that being a roadmap to not just following Christ and becoming
“Christ-like,” but rather the self-discovery of all that we are, and that being nothing other than God Itself.
There is just as much inner space as outer-space, and our sense of “I Am,” our conscious free will, is a swinging
door opening up heaven or hell as we create either one with our thoughts and desires.
Very well written, well thought through,
and with lots of added spiritual treats at the end of Harris’ expose, this
book is a timely read, riding the crest of the current global interest in the Law
of Attraction. Twenty or thirty years ago, this work would most likely have been dubbed as “esoteric” by the
majority, but I believe that is not apropos in today’s climate of growing non-exclusive spiritual interest across the
planet. This book is a valuable addition to anyone’s library who considers him or her self as a real investigator of
spiritual truth. Probably a bit too over the top for anyone with literal mindedness or traditional fundamentalist Christian
beliefs, but for those with an open mind, I highly recommend it!
Review written by Marvin D. Wilson, author,
I ROMANCED THE STONE
“Your book is a profound; highly compelling piece of work… compelling one
to wake up from the dogma machinery… it should raise many eyebrows! And create some religious constipation!”
Title: Jesus Taught It, Too: The Early
Roots of the Law of Attraction
Author: Philip Harris
Publisher: Avatar Publications
Date: August 1, 2007
The Law of Attraction is no newly revealed
secret, it was taught by a very humble man of God more than 2000 years ago. “Jesus Taught It, Too: The Early Roots of
the Law of Attraction,” by Philip Harris presents a compelling argument that the Law of Attraction is not a modern paradigm
shift. Harris puts forth that the teachings of Jesus and his followers is a mindset that requires knowing one’s inner
meaning that comes from the heart. Jesus espoused the firm belief that faith
is based on knowing…not hoping.
Harris’ in-depth research of Biblical
scripture and history offers well-founded premises to support his discussion of Jesus’ simple message. According to
Harris, Jesus taught that the reality of the world is that we live in a unified universe, free of judgment, seeking our spirituality. Organized religion is a man-made institution that teaches the faithful about the dogma
of good, evil, sin and a punitive God. The New Age movement is not truly new, according to Harris, since the early 1800’s
the movement of positive thinking and positive affirmations has included the likes of Alcott, Emerson and Thoreau. Man has
sought to analyze spiritual thought and seek their inner Christ through visualization since the Apostles sat at the foot of
“Jesus Taught It, Too…”
explores the concept that a true meditative state is found only when you are free of emotional, spiritual, and physical baggage. Through the recognition that God is not exclusionary you can reap physical, spiritual,
mental, and emotional wealth. Doubt will ensure failure.
“Jesus Taught It, Too…”
presents complex theocratic beliefs in simple, straight-forward language. The Law of Attraction addresses the powerful influence
of positive thinking in the acquisition of physical and material needs. Jesus taught that by applying these same principals
to one’s spiritual life, one’s physical and material needs will be met as a natural result of their application.
Harris challenges the reader to “believe in the best with an inner conviction…and it will manifest in your life.”
This book’s intriguing but down-to-earth message will appeal to any reader seeking to broaden their spiritual horizon.
This is a must read for those that are the true believers of Jesus Christ. Mr. Harris has went
beyond what the church would want you to know of Jesus as a philosophical human being, with knowledge not only in spirituality,
but also of the true meaning behind the words. If you have been following the church and what they want you to believe blindly,
then it is time to stop being just another one of the many sheep and become an individual power that can and will draw others
into the truth of Jesus. This book is your start to that truth which will only grow with your new outlook upon the words of