In The Astonishing Power of Emotions, New York Times best-selling authors Esther and Jerry Hicks announced that they were creating a four-part book series, including "The Law of Attraction: The Basics of the Teachings of Abraham; Relationships, and the Law of Attraction; Money, and the Law of Attraction; and Spirituality, and the Law of Attraction." The final installment, Spirituality, and the Law of Attraction, was to be released March of 2009, but since the announcement of this Law of Attraction tetralogy, the book has had a few delays.
The second book in the series, Money, and the Law of Attraction (released in August of 2008) set the release date for Spirituality, and the Law of Attraction in September of 2010 (18 months from the original release date):
In August of 2009, the third book in the series, Relationships, and the Law of Attraction, was published as The Vortex: Where Law of Attraction Assembles All Cooperative Relationships. It listed the release date for Spirituality, and the Law of Attraction as January of 2011.
Fifteen months later, the Hicks' meditation CD/booklet, Getting into the Vortex (published in November of 2010), put the release in August of 2011--nearly two and a half years from the original release date. It was also given a new title: Spirituality, and the Vortex of Attraction.
The latest release date for what is now titled The Spiritual Revolution, and the Law of Attraction was September 15th, 2011. Representatives at Hay House (the Hicks' publisher) confirm that the book has been delayed, but they don't know why. An Abraham Hicks Publications employee says there is no current release date for the book. One can only speculate as to whether or not this latest delay has anything to do with Jerry Hicks' cancer recovery. Regardless, it is interesting to note that the delay occurred the same month that Esther and Jerry sent a mass email to their fans, announcing that they would be taking a break from their Abraham LIVE workshops. David Stone discusses the Abraham LIVE hiatus in his article, "LIVE is Dead, Can the Abraham Hicks Scam Be Next?"