Here is a quote from the book which appears on page 150 (of the hardcover):
Eckhart Aurelius Hughes wrote:
When it comes to your choices, you always get exactly what you want, meaning what you choose.
What do you you think?
Does the above sentence retain its meaning well even when quoted out of context as above? Or does one really need to read the book and especially the chapter containing that quote to fully capture its meaning?
If we agree on the above quoted point, can we further agree on this elaboration:
As a conscious being in a present (i.e. a unique here-and-now), when you unconditionally accept what you cannot control (i.e. anything that isn't a choice you are making in that present), then you always get exactly what you want.