Manifesting our dreams isn't about hard work -- it's about belief, expectation and, above all, knowing the truth about our place in the universe. Mike Dooley's manifesto, Infinite Possibilities, affirms that in our world of illusions there is no finite allotment of whatever your heart desires, especially not happiness, and that experiencing more love and new possibilities is limited only by the scope of our ability to imagine and act upon each.
With stunning insights and striking sincerity, Dooley's spiritual revelations illuminate the truth behind our desires, human nature, and "Divine Intelligence," while providing a manual on how to bring what we most want into our lives.
©2009 Mike Dooley; (P)2009 Simon & Schuster
"Infinite Possibilities is the perfect book at the perfect time. It is full of wisdom, answers, and guidance -- a unique combination that is guaranteed to help anyone during times of change and transition. I loved it!" (Ariane de Bonvoisin, bestselling author of The First 30 Days)
"Having been a fan of the 'big boys' -- Anthony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Earl Nightingale, et al. -- I came away with the realization that Dooley is the most literate and professorial of them all." (Roger Yale, Los Angeles Entertainment Today)
"I am so excited about this book! Mike Dooley has given every human soul a great and wonderful gift. He shows us in the clearest terms yet just how to produce what God has always intended for us: a life of joy unbounded!" (Neale Donald Walsch, author of When Everything Changes, Change Everything and Conversations with God)
Do not let the first chapter of the book (a fairy tale) deter you from listening to all of it. It is a hands on way of implementing change in one's life. Even if you do not believe anything about The Secret or the relentless "Get Rich Quick" purveyors - listen to this book and learn.
The author is awesome, he narrates very well and he has a lot worthwhile to say on the matter.
A GREAT way to spend an afternoon. I have listend to it over and over and love it more each time.
This audio book is definately worth buying, especially if you are a novice seeaking answers about self. While I don't consider myself a novice, I have always wanted an audio book that broke the subject down in layman's terms and that's what the author does. This book can be enjoyed by people on all levels of spiritualality. I believe I read one negative comment...all I can say to that is...keep seeking and increase your understanding.
I have been a fan of Mike Dooley's for some time now and this is the first time I was ever blown away! He tells his story, his mistakes, what he used to fix them and what helped him get to where he is today. He's completely real and I would recommend this book to absolutely everyone. He is truly easy to listen to and understand, he makes the strategies easy and fun and the information he provides is absolutely amazing! You won't be dissappointed. Peace and blessings to you and yours! I truly hope you enjoy it as much as I did!
I really enjoyed Infinite Possibilities. Mike Dooley is very easy to listen to, I listen on my drive to work and I feel as if he's sitting next to me. He uses humor and he's very down to earth. He gives a lot of how to advice to apply what he is saying rather than just the philosophy. I highly recommend this audio book!
Yes I found it entertaining to listen to. The author does a good job with the narration and the content is intriguing.
Manifesting Change by the same author. Its shorter and covers much of the same ground
The car crash it provided a good example of the forces that had to come together to make it happen.
I like the notes from the universe
Great message. The author reading it makes all the difference in the world because you can hear his sincerity. The ending is particulary motivating as he challenges the listener to LIVE.
I like to read anything that improves the mind and anything to do with fitness. My goal is to holistically listen to all interrelated audio books.
The author is too descriptive. By doing that, he overdoes it and repeats a lot of the same stuff in different ways. You'll enjoy it through the first 2 hours of it, but, like I said, he overdoes his story telling and makes it boring. Makes you wanna go, "get to the point" or "tell me something you didn't say already". Sorry! Other might like it, but overall, I wouldn't listen to it again.
Try Brian Tracy! He is my favorite. Everything I listen to is affirmative and uplifting every time.
Have him write something that is less descriptive and to the point instead of repeating the same stuff by changing the words around. Also, it starts to sound like he is making stuff up. I would enjoy it better if he cite his work. He makes it sound like he is an expert in all aspect of life.
A lot of his repetitive stuff.
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