Christmas Book Flood | Recommending reading

Naomi Campbell

Ask and it is Given
Esther and Jerry Hicks
(UK: @HayHouseUK, 2010; USA: @hayhouse, 2004)

UK: My Local Bookshop‘ search engine or Amazon
USA: Amazon

This book presents the teachings of the non-physical entity Abraham, helping you learn how to manifest your desires so that you’re living the joyous and fulfilling life you deserve. As you read, you’ll come to understand how your relationships, health issues, finances, career concerns and more are influenced by the Universal laws that govern your time/space reality – and you’ll discover powerful processes that will help you go with the positive flow of life. It’s your birthright to live a life filled with everything that is good – and this book will show you how to make it so in every way.

Recommended by:
Naomi Campbell, Model, Actress and Charity ambassador | Personal website: Naomi Campbell; Model agencies: London, The Squad; New York, New York Model Management

Naomi says: ‘This book simply but eloquently talks about universal laws of attraction … The sky has never been the limit. We are our own limits.’

Recruited at the age of 15, Naomi Campbell became one of the most recognisable and in-demand models of the late 1980s and the 1990s: she was one of six models of her generation declared ‘supermodels’ by the fashion industry.

As well as her modelling career, Naomi has embarked on other ventures, which include an R&B-style studio album and appearances in many films and television shows, such as the modelling competition reality show The Face in the UK and the USA. In July 2017, she was appointed as a contributing editor for fashion to British Vogue, under the new editor-in-chief of the magazine, Edward Enninful.

Naomi is also involved in charity work for various causes, especially related to health, humanitarian and environmental issues. Most famously, she founded Fashion for Relief in 2005, initially to raise funds for the victims of Hurricane Katrina, which hosts an annual catwalk event to raise money for designated charities. The most recent Fashion for Relief event was held in May 2017 at the Cannes Film Festival to support the Syrian Crisis Relief fund run by Save the Children. Here is the donation page for this cause.

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