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Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting
The Astonishing Power of Feelings
by Lynn Grabhorn
The law of attraction puts whatever you think about into your
life, so you have to be careful what you put in your mind and how you feel about
it. The distinction between negative wants (I don't want to be poor) and
positive wants (I want enough money to do what I want in life) is difficult for
most people, but the author makes it abundantly clear with great personal
examples and a lot of enthusiasm. We can choose how we frame things and thus
control the vibrations we send out to the world. Her strong emotions will be too
much for some listeners, but she's genuine, and the ideas will grab you no
matter how you feel about the reading. A "must hear" for anyone stuck in
The book that promises to set the self-improvement genre on its ear with this unorthodox theory: we create our lives through how we feel. That's right, forget positive thinking, visualization, mind over matter, and all those other well-worn cure-alls for what ails the human race. What we feel is what we get!
EXCUSE ME, YOUR LIFE IS WAITING offers a welcome departure from the typical self-help book in more than one way. Not only does it push readers to question their long-held beliefs, it does so with an engaging wit and candor. With a background that includes video production and seminar presentation, Grabhorn knows how to tell a good story, to captivate her audience, to make the unbelievable become believable. She is funny, irreverent, and irrepressible, with a writing style that makes it seem as thought she is speaking directly to each individual reader.
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