As author Uell Stanley Andersen (1917- 1986) will show you in the pages of Three Magic Words, you can learn of the unlimited power that is yours, in you. 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.
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Great book, the audio isn't the best at first but half way through they finally get it right and it's much better for the second half! But this is a must read book
I would recommend Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. This book says nothing new.
Really disappointing. This book sounds like it was read by a old college roommate in the basement of our dorm. The production quality is weak at best.
I think I wasted my money.
Besides the poor announcer, this audio book excludes any mention of Jesus. This is very odd as the book contains several passages from Jesus sayings and Bible references.
"Fab book ruined by Jason McCoy's lousy narration"
This is a marvellous book and I was initially delighted to find it on Audible. I sat back, closed my eyes and listened... and found myself becoming tense and incredibly irritated - and this was before the first five minutes were up. Why? Jason McCoy. Whining, nasal twanging voice that sounds like a (slightly) deeper Kermit the frog. His inflection is all over the place and he apparently doesn't understand punctuation. How this man was ever hired to read to the public is beyond me. Until a better narrator comes along, I would suggest you stick to the printed word.
Absolutely not. I simply couldn't bear to listen beyond the first twenty minutes.
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