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The Abundance Code (2016)

The Abundance Code is a 90 minute documentary featuring 17 of the world's top thought leaders in the field of abundance, including John Demartini, John Assaraf, Jeff Walker, Bill O'Hanlon, ... See full summary »

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Julie Ann Cairns, Enzo Tedeschi (drama segments)
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John Assaraf ... Himself
Ruth Buczynski Ruth Buczynski ... Herself
Sherry Buffington Sherry Buffington ... Herself
Julie Ann Cairns Julie Ann Cairns ... Herself
John Demartini ... Himself
Jon Gabriel Jon Gabriel ... Himself
J.B. Glossinger J.B. Glossinger ... Himself
Roger Hamilton Roger Hamilton ... Himself
Robert Holden Robert Holden ... Himself
Victoria Labalme Victoria Labalme ... Herself
Bill O'Hanlon Bill O'Hanlon ... Himself
Satyen Raja Satyen Raja ... Himself
Sonia Simone Sonia Simone ... Herself
Reid Tracy Reid Tracy ... Himself
Jeff Walker Jeff Walker ... Himself
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The Abundance Code is a 90 minute documentary featuring 17 of the world's top thought leaders in the field of abundance, including John Demartini, John Assaraf, Jeff Walker, Bill O'Hanlon, Julie Ann Cairns, myself and many more. The documentary is based on a mission to help everyone understand how to unlock their own potential, power and journey to abundance Written by mattansha

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 June 2016 (Australia) See more »

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Parashift Films See more »
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Color
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Don't bother
15 November 2018 | by davedempsey84See all my reviews

I usually love Law of Attraction material but I really didn't like this. There is no real substance or information in the movie other than just saying that 9-5 jobs and competition is bad. But later in the film they go on to show that everything they now are has come from those situations so why are they condemning them so much? There isn't any real information, processes or techniques shared, just a load of fluff anecdotes. It really was 90 minutes of my time wasted.


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