Living in the Moment
IT COVERS ALL ASPECTS OF LIFE. The meditations and prays are great. The book really shows you how to be peaceful and inbthe moment.
IT RELATES TO ALLLIFE
LIFE AS IT SHOULD BE
I've been an Audible junkie from way before it was cool.
People who would enjoy 7 hours of encouragement to think more positively to resonate with the universal wisdom of God (your subconscious). This book is replete with unreferenced anecdotes that aren't even framed as arguments, but it is one mystical riff endlessly regurgitated in what sounds like a 2am infomercial promising you power, riches, and more virility.
Absolutely. There is no integrity in this genre if this is a best sellar. Not even pop-pyschology, not even pop philosophy...pop cliches, and imprecise, ambiguous language, always delivered with comic hyperbolic claims.
The performance is strong. He was working with utter tripe. He didn't get to steak, but maybe we got to sweet breads.
Anger that I lost a credit. Sadness that this is considered a best seller. Disappointment that I did, indeed, suffer through every second hoping we'd get past the same story told over and over again. I swear, sometimes I feel like the author wrote a chapter forgetting that he already wrote all of it in the previous chapter.
I LOVE TO READ... However listening to Audio books has made it possible for me to complete a good read. I listen to my titles repeatedly.
Listen listen to while lying down before falling asleep. it's also good to listen to when you first overweight and the house is still.
In the top 5
I particularly liked the explanations of how it all works and the prayers for petioning the subconscious mind for wanted change.
I've heard a lot of Audible narrators and Jason Culp is excellent. Poor narration steals the focus from the text. I appreciate a good narrator when I hear one.
The distance healing prayer in chapter 7 for others
I Love To Read! It relaxes me and fills my mind up with Knowledge, Peace, Wisdom, Love and Serenity. It's just Simply Beautiful!
Law of Attraction...
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Yes, from the beginning to the end!
This is the best book I have listened to so far. The narration is wonderful, the content is superb and the overall message is so enlightening. I have listened to it several times and continue to learn more each time, I highly recommend this book!
I had already read the book and I bought this to solidify what I had read...
The audio book blew me away, it allowed me to catch things I had not paid attention to while reading it. The way the author reads the book makes it crystal clear.
I have read tons of books on personal improvement and the law of attraction and this is by far the best one because it takes a bit of all of them. Ultimately our surroundings come from the way we think about things and ourselves. This book not only explains this in complete detail but GIVES YOU THE WAYS TO DO IT.
I think that is the biggest difference between some of the other books I have read. Good explanation and great application methods. If you are in a work environment that demands the best in you or want to change your surroundings, give this a couple of read throughs.
I am not religious (but believe in god) but the biblical quotes serve their purpose well.
I suppose my only complaint with the book (I had no idea it was written in the 60s) are some of the example are... well old. Nothing wrong with that since the book was written when it was.
Some other good books to solidify your mental training that I recommend are...
Louisas Hays You Can Heal Your Life (also mental)
Napoleon Hills Think and Grow Rich
Any of Masaru Emotos books (how thoughts change our physical surroundings)
Michael Losier Law of Attraction The Science of Attracting More of What You Want
I hope you guys find my review useful and take a show with the book!
Love and Peace.
Awesome book you will listen over and over again. It needs several times to grab the information so I love to listen to it over and over again while exercising and skiing. The narration is a little monotone but this book is worth adding to your collection.