Finley's trustworthy and intelligent voice confidently and enthusiastically leads listeners into the heart of their problems, to look at what life is trying to give them. Beginning with the infinite potential of the universe, Four Secrets to Turn Any Problem into a Pleasant Surprise, program eight in the Secrets to Being Unstoppable series helps listeners to change their perception of life when it causes them pain. Through story, lectures, and exercises, this audiobook delivers on its promise to break down resistance to the ebb and flow of change in life.
But what about in our individual lives? What about those tough problems and crises that show up from time to time? What purpose do they serve? It takes a long time to realize it, but even the most difficult moments in our lives are intended to serve a greater purpose - a much greater purpose. In fact, their real purpose extends far beyond the circumstances of any particular problem.
Unfortunately we live in a culture that has lost sight of this one great purpose. And because we don't understand what it is, when those really big challenges come our way, we find ourselves pushing away what life wants to give us. We actually find ourselves not wanting our own life. Fortunately, we have an undiscovered power that can literally transform the way we relate to these difficult moments and, in the process, transform our entire experience of life.
When you finally discover what life has been trying to give you - what it's been trying to accomplish through these moments - your life will never be the same. And instead of feeling troubled and anxious over what life brings, you'll find yourself living with a relaxed ease and willing spirit unlike anything you've ever known.
©2005 Guy Finley; (P)2005 Life of Learning Foundation
"Guy Finley's books are essential guides for positive living and achieving your maximum potential." (Suzanne Somers)
This was not a bad book, though I have more or less heard most of the message that is in this book in one way or another he did end up giving me some new pictures to refer back to in my head and a new spin on things is always good to help keep things moving the way they are suppose to! My only issue is it is a little preachy but I guess it is a seminar type thing rather then a book but it was still pretty good.
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