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Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings Paperback – March 20, 2009
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Mainstream, upbeat, practical, thoroughly entertaining; a fun read, [Grabhorn] decided she wanted to live life on her own terms. -- Atlantis
Replete with well-placed, mild expletives, [this book] is mainstream, upbeat, practical and thoroughly entertaining; a fun read... -- Atlantis Rising, Number 23
About the Author
Lynn Grabhorn began her professional life in advertising in New York City. She also founded and directed an audio-visual educational publishing company in Los Angeles, and ran a mortgage-brokerage firm in Washington. She died in 2004.
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For someone like myself, who has been consciously applying the Law of Attraction for a few years reading this book has been very helpful in expanding my understanding of the minutiae involved in fine tuning the effectiveness of my efforts. It is a book you would want to read more than once, possibly 2-3 times a year to keep you on track and aware of your actions.
This book is also very helpful to explain the Law of Attraction to a person who has just been made aware and wants to learn more in a straightforward manner and from a different perspective. Like any concept that is new to someone, hearing it from different angles helps our minds wrap itself around it with greater ease. And successive readings of this text will help us to continue graduating to greater levels of understanding and conceptualization.
I enjoyed reading this book and it is easy to read.
Interesting to note: Even before I listened to Excuse me, Your Life is Waiting, I did manifest a vehicle that I wanted. I didn't realize that I had done this until I came across Lynn's book. I guess the difference between getting the car and not anything else that I have wished for is the fact that I saw myself in the vehicle, had a good feeling about it and then I just completely let it go. Didn't even think about it. Everything else that I have wanted, I have wanted it so bad that I guess I mentally/emotionally pushed it away. I'm telling you this because Lynn's work helped me to distinguish how and what I was doing/thinking/feeling and I am now in the process of applying it elsewhere in my life. I hope that this helps and that it wasn't confusing.
Live well and be well.
Lynn Grabhorn speaks to us in this book with a gutsy,"here's how I see it" approach. No, not everyone is going to agree with her insights but this instructional guide is still accessible for those who do and those who may change their minds after reading her writing.
Treat this book as a tool for those who choose to use it within their own spiritual travel.Lynn teaches us to wake up each day as creators of our daily realities while maintaining the honest awareness of our habitual and self-defeating emotions and feelings.
Lynn's book speaks clearly and hits hard again and again that we all can successfully assume full ownership for our experiences and our existences.
Lynn shouts to us that feelings flesh out our thoughts which then become the observable world of effects that we move through daily.
I love the passion of this book that challenges us all to get up out of our chairs and own up to the creation of our daily lives.