In this New Thought classic, Atkinson looks at the law of attraction in the thought world. He points out the similarities between the law of gravitation and the mental law of attraction. He explains that thought vibrations are as real as those manifesting as light, heat, magnetism, and electricity. The difference is in the vibratory rate, which also explains the fact that thought vibrations cannot usually be perceived by our five senses.
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I love this book but the narrator speaks so fast that it just ruins it altogether I cant stand to listen becuase I cant keep up. He speaks like he has to hurry becuase he has somewhere to be. The information is good though if you can keep up.
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Powerful and enlightening, for me anyway. This audio book is too cool for words. The information in this book for some one studying or just being introduced to the Law of Attraction is phenomenal to say the least. It has a lot of information for such a small audio book. Listen to what the author is saying, practice what the audio book preaches, and you can get a lot from it. The reader is spot on when it comes to conveying what is written to the listener. For me this was an excellent audio book. It takes more than one listen for it to sink in but when it does watch out! You will be more aware of yourself and your actions and reactions than you ever thought possible.
I am a fan of both fiction and non-fiction with a recent bias toward fiction, possibly due to my history background. ]
Read at such a fast pace I could barely keep up. Very few breaks at the ends of sentences, just a non-stop ramble by a guy who sounds like he's afraid to stop talking or someone will come and take his microphone. This book was written in the early 1900's so it's not anything like what I thought I was getting. No current research. Not that the info is bad or the book poorly written, it's just dated. It might even be pleasant with a different narrator. Someone with a much slower pace and a calmer tone that would giver you time to ruminate on the material. I think you can get a copy of it online for free. Reading it for yourself might your best bet.
The editing of this production was too tight. The reader never takes a breath and has no expression. Its very close to mechanical. I had to go and purchase the book so I could speed read with the narrator.
The entire idea is amazing and I am excited to explore the possibilities of practicing what I have learnt.
No, unfortunately. I want the topics by this publisher, but will have to explore other options.
I've listened to this book years ago and the narrator was better. Here we learn that we're wasting energy because we're holding onto something we need to let go of. We have negative thoughts and emotions throughout the day and this book will help you get through them by dealing with them.
I always thought I could easily overcome a bad reading of good content but this reader barely seperates his sentences. There is no time to absorb any of the content before he is off to the next idea and you are left wondering how the heck he is even breathing. It's not suppose to be a race to the end - I'll probably buy the book.
The content is great but ruined by a narrator who NEEDS to slow down and take a breath!
He reads way too fast, it literally ruins the content which is great
I would not recommend this in audible form, the content is too heavy for the way it is narrated. It's too bad when a good book is ruined by a bad reader.
I had to give overall and story 3 stars because I simply couldn't really get to the information because of the narration. I dont think the narrator even knew what he was saying. He was just machining the words. Unfortunate.
What a great, articulate, clear voice but too FAST! I could hardly keep up with the words much less the thoughts. If Mr.McCoy would pause, take a breath it would be a much more enjoyable listening experience. I felt out of breath after listening to him.
I have many books and audio books by this author.
This one is actually one of my favorites. William Walker Atkinson
Also has several pen names. I'll give you only a hint to one. T.Q.D.
I really enjoy the narration by Jason McCoy. He narrates other great
books from the 1900's. When you thrive on the info... You will enjoy
the narration. Listen to the sample audio before purchase. If you do not
like the narration, try... to find an original copy of the written book.
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