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  • Audio Cassette
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1574533924
  • ISBN-13: 978-1574533927
  • Product Dimensions: 16.6 x 13.2 x 2.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 227 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (136 customer reviews)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on Feb. 6 2004
Format: Hardcover
The method in this book is amazing (although the writing is not). Since I read it four months ago, my masters thesis was accepted for publication in a world-class scholarly journal, another essay I wrote was published in a book, I found a perfect job literally without trying (I had given up after looking for over a year), my husband (who hasn't read the book, but whom I've been thinking happy thoughts about) also got an incredible new job without any effort, and our family income has more than doubled. We will be completely out of debt in a few months, rather than in years as we thought. My health has improved immensely. I am a lawyer & have a logical mind. I do not like all of the new-age-y pseudo-science about vibrations that she uses in the book, but the practice of making yourself happy & "feeling what you want" works incredibly well. Not only that, I am able to make myself feel happy & good when I want to, not just when things are going well. And I always get the best parking spaces now. I'm not joking. If you had told me last year that I would be where I am now, I wouldn't have believed you. Get this book, plow through the so-so writing, and use the theory. It's like a diamond in a paper bag.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By E-Bead on March 11 2004
Format: Audio Cassette
Yes, it sounds like new-age hokum, but deep down inside, you know instinctively that it works. The most powerful message of this book (I listened to it on tape) is not just HOW to get what you want in life, but that's it's OKAY to want what you want! This is a big jump for so many of us. Once we are willing make that jump, Grabhorn is there to encourage and show us the way. It really makes sense.
I really enjoyed listening to the tapes. I like her speaking style; it's very human and down-to-earth.
If you open your ears, and open your mind even just a little bit to the message of this book, good things can't help but happen.
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By A Customer on May 25 2004
Format: Paperback
I was skeptical. It seemed too simple. Yet I was able to bring into my life the exact job I was looking for by following the advice in this book. I made a list of all the things I wanted my new job to be and every day, several times a day, I read the list while working at creating good feelings about having this job (not an easy thing for me to do at the time since my financial situation was bleak and I was filled with crippling self-doubt, worry and fear). After a few weeks, seemingly "out of the blue," I got word of what sounded like the job I was looking for. I called, landed an interview the next day, and walked out of that interview hired. It was amazing. I've been doing the job for 8 weeks now and it's the most enjoyable job I've ever had. (I'm in my mid 40's, so I've had my share of jobs!) I'm now applying the same technique to other goals and I'm already seeing things beginning to line up for them. So cool.
Don't let the casual tone of the writing make you think this isn't important stuff. Instead of an "expert" or "guru" preaching to you, the tone of the book is like having a good friend relay some wonderful discovery they made and now wishes to share.
Although the technique is simple, it's not so easy to practice, so wired are our brains to think in terms of lack. For me, it's been best to write a list of my "wants" and to read it and feel good about it as often as I can, several times a day, every day.
For a deeper and more traditionally spiritual take on the same subject, check out Dr. Wayne Dyer's The Power of Intention.
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Format: Paperback
OK, I am decidedly NOT a self-help book kind of person. I don't buy into them, I don't, as a rule, spend my money on them. That being said, this was a really fasinating book. According to Lynn Grabnorn, the reason that most of us are trapped in unhappy, unfufilling lives is because we vibrate negative energy and therefore attract negative energy, much as a tuning fork vibrating at a particular pitch vibrates other similarly pitched tuning forks. So we need to consciously change the vibrations we're sending out in order to attract positive things into our lives.......she uses the example of visualizing yourself driving a shiny red sports car instead of focusing on the fact that you don't have one, because if you focus on the fact that you don't have one, you'll continue to not have one. I don't believe all of her ideas, but I do believe that negativity breeds negativity, so I decided to suspend my disbelief and try her techniques out. According to my extremely unscientific study, it works. I don't have a shiny new sports car, but I have noticed that I have been more productive, happier, and much less worried about money since I started following the steps she describes. Weird.
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The information that Lynn Grabhorn presents in this book is quite astonishing and some will rebel against it. She insists that our positive or negative feelings create the reality we live in. While I don't think this is typical "blame-the-victim" mentality, it is a difficult concept for people to swallow. Did everyone at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon create their death scenario on Sept. 11th, 2001? I don't think so. But there is some karmic truth to what she says as it pertains to everyday life.
The information on positive thoughts is quite powerful. Her methodology does work, although it's extremely difficult to keep the practice of postive feelings going all day long. I need to refer to this book often to remember to stay positive.
I'd have given the book five stars, had it not been for irritating repetition of the word "feeeeelings" throughout the book. We get the message in the first few pages, but Grabhorn insists on repeating this word until your back teeth begin to grind. (And then that song of the same name starts playing in your head. Aghhhh.) An editor with a heavier hand was sorely needed.
But on the whole, if you can ignore the negatives, this can be a life-changing book.
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