In Three Magic Words, you will learn of the unlimited power that is yours. You will learn how you can turn this power to work for you, here on earth, to make your life majestic and overflowing with good. Three Magic Words is not a religion or a sect or a society. In its entirety it is a series of essays aimed at revealing to you your power over all things. You will learn that there is only one mover in all creation and that mover is thought. You will learn that there is only one creator and that creator is the Universal Subconscious Mind, or God. You will learn that this creator creates for you exactly what you think, and you will be shown how you can control your thoughts, not only to obtain answers to your problems but to create in your experience exactly what you desire.
©2012 BN Publishing (P)2012 BN Publishing
If 'New Thought' authors appeal to you, and Tolle, Dyer, and Chopra resonate with you, give this book a try. I am thoroughly enjoying it. I don't feel as though I have to agree with every word and interpretation the author makes to benefit from the upbeat, encouraging ideas. If you want to make friends with your mind, this book is a step in that direction...maybe a very big step if you are ready for it.
Author of "The Genius Lair Origins Saga"
I would say this book ranks as number 1. It helped me to pull back from what seemed like certain death to being balanced with my mind purring smoothly instead of the irky jerky scratched record it was like before I read and implemented what I read in this book.
Yes. It made me sane! :D
Not all people may understand the necessity of this book enough to learn from it, but if you listen to it with an unbiased and positive mental attitude, I am sure you will be able to find a few gems that will benefit your life like it did mine :)
I Love Being Happily Married
I would change the person who read the book. Multiple "slip-ups" and outright mistakes throughout the book. Excellent material but the person reading the book constantly mispronounces words, makes obvious mistakes and just keeps going when it should have been edited.
Phenomenal book - love the contents.
Narrator would have been well served with having read the book previously and worked through the pronunciation of the more complicated terms. As an alternative, it would have been valuable to have the narrator go back during editing and fix the glaring mistake of words and "screw ups" that are scattered all over the book.
Love the book... Just having a hard time with the narration which sounds amateurish in the delivery. Good sound quality but the narrator should have gotten more coaching and direction to deliver a more professional, expert sounding delivery. It's hard to take the content seriously when the narrator constantly mispronounces important words during particularly deep sections of the book.
I find any theory that blames all illness on a lack of faith, weakness of spirit, or just plain "negative self talk" to be offense and absurd. I thought I was going to be reading a guide to self-improvement.. The author claims that any physical imperfection is due to weak spirit. So a child born with a birth defect is at fault for his or her own situation? Or maybe we should blame the parents, because they don't have enough sadness, fear, or stress to deal with; let's throw in some guilt to top it off. And if they just had deeper faith, it would all go away? I never even finished the first chapter, which is replete with anecdotes of "miracles" that are undocumented and probably figments of the author's imagination. Google the story of the man whose cancer was cured because he believed the doctor's thermometer was a power radiation device and see what you find. Had such a thing actually occurred, at least one medical journal would have published it. Otherwise, where did the author find the evidence that this had actually occurred? Anyone can make up miraculous stories and pretend they really happened, but I for one don't want to pay money to read any of them unless they're properly classified as fiction. Shame on the author and the publisher, and shame on me for trying to read this tripe for as long as I did! For the first time ever, I will be asking Audible to take back this book and restore my credit.
No. The narrator is really bad.
Not a story. But I liked it overall except for Brian Copeland's amateurish reading.
Any PROFESSIONAL narrator.
No. It's a great book all through.
I hope Brian has gotten better since this one.
The meditations are really relaxing
The cadence and phrasing were horrible. Made it difficult to listen to. Pauses where there shouldn't be any and continuations where there should be pauses completely changed what the author was trying to say (Read the book before).
Good book - look for different narrator
I first read this book in the kindle version and it was amazing. I bought in the audible version because of how important the concepts are. The audible version is a little boring because of the monotone narrator, but still very valuable information. Worth listening to. Explains how the subconscious and universal mind works and digs into religion. I loved how things were explained in a way that just made sense.
Say something about yourself!
The narration was of poor quality. It sounded homemade as though it were recorded in a tunnel or non-professional acoustical room
Use a more professional sound recording system
I wasn't a big fan of the cadence or flow of the book. It seemed a bit fantasy and less logical or easy to follow.
"Three Magic Words... There were many more."
Three Magic Words should be used in schools to teach kids the power that lies within the pages of this book.Reading, writing and arithmetic are important but none of those give as much value as the knowledge given here by U S Anderson.
There were many moments when I had to pause for though. Something which I have rarely done in any others. Some of the information was so profound and eye opening that it was almost impossible not to pause and reflect.
If ever there was a book written that I would recommend above all others as a guide to living life fully, then this would be it
A metaphysical masterpiece of the highest order.
Paul W. Sutherland
Author ~ Speaker ~Inspirer
There are no listener reviews for this title yet.
Report Inappropriate Content