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About Tim Grimes
Hi, I'm Tim. I help people relax and simplify the law of attraction process so you can better utilize it in your life.
I'm also host of the podcast "Law of Attraction Explored" and an editor of underappreciated works by Émile Coué and Neville Goddard.
For more information or to ask me a question you can visit: www.RadicalCounselor.com
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This short masterpiece about relaxation is perhaps the best book ever written on the teachings of Neville Goddard. Bestselling stress management author Tim Grimes expertly weaves practical advice with Neville's deep spiritual teachings to present a new model for finding fulfillment.
The law of attraction works like crap for most of us.
This is something we don’t like to admit – but, unfortunately, it’s true. I mean let’s get real: Given its obvious benefits and upsides, if the law of attraction really was as easy as many people claim it is, everybody would do it. But not everybody does it.
Because applying the law of attraction is not easy.
And it’s time we come to terms with that. Despite our best efforts, we usually find we’re unable to make the law of attraction work in the way we want. For most of us, there’s a huge gap between hearing good manifesting advice and actually making that advice work in our life.
This book is going to help bridge that gap for you. Get your copy and let’s get started.
Taught by one of the great self-improvement teachers of the 20th century, The Wealth Mindset is an extraordinary guide about how to achieve success by transforming your mental attitude. Clear and provocative, this book will reveal to you a fascinating new way to wealth. Get your copy now.
- Mitch Horowitz, bestselling author of One Simple Idea
Discover the hidden secret to success...Written by one of the great self-improvement teachers of the 20th century, Feeling Is The Secret is an astonishing guide on how to change your life. Get your copy now.
When I was sixteen, I had a mental breakdown. It happened while I was on vacation in the Caribbean with my family. I’d been reading an old Zen book, and it did me in. I’d experienced some strange mental states before, but this was different. As I read this book, death moved to the foreground of all my thoughts—and then stayed there. I found myself in a tropical paradise, terrified. Living seemed too cruel to carry on with. Buddha had said all life was suffering and all that meant was that everything was hopeless. There was no way out. Escape was impossible. When you looked at things soberly, it was obvious. Life, inevitably, was really just suffering and death.
I kept this anxiety to myself as best I could. There was nothing to say anyway. No one could help. I was helpless, mortified, but aware that I was unable to do anything about it. The stress began to wear on my body. It felt worse and worse. I would have killed myself right there if death didn’t scare me even more than life. I reasoned if I killed myself at least this particular suffering would be over.
These feelings peaked and then went on, and on, and on. At some point, I took a drive with my family to a beach on the other side of the island. It was bad. My insides felt as if they were being torn out. I didn’t understand what was happening. I felt like vomiting but couldn’t. Finally, we arrived at the beach. I sat under a tree, in the shade, trying to act sane.
And then I thought I died.
Something happened and then nothing. And then there was something again. I don’t know. Was I dead? I looked around and realized I wasn’t. I was on the beach, under a tree. But there was no “I.” Everything was different. Everything had dropped off. Where was “I”? I didn’t exist. What was happening? What was this? It was indescribable. You couldn’t describe this. Any description was pointless. Everything was perfect just as it was, but at the same time, it wasn’t that. Because there was no everything. There was nothing at all. There was no need to describe anything ever again because there was nothing. Words and description were meaningless. Nothing was real. Nothing mattered!
And this was, undoubtedly, the best news possible. The greatest realization I could wish to have. Yet that couldn’t begin to explain how good this was. It was way beyond any conception I could come up with. Everything, and everybody, was saved. That was clear. Everything was fine—now and forever. Nothing needed to be done, ever. The whole thing—life, death, reality, individuality, good, bad, right, wrong—was a lie. An illusion. A sham. Everything just was—just is.
And this was perfection, beyond any belief, rationalization or label I could ever put on it. It made no sense, and it was perfect. It was before time itself. It transcended thought, was past my comprehension. Thought created all this suffering—and thought itself was not real. Without thought, all was grace—always. It was all blissfully and blatantly simple, yet totally illogical. I sat on that beach, thunderstruck. It was laughable. Whatever you thought, it didn’t matter. Thought had nothing to do with anything real. Everything was always perfect, no matter what you thought…
This is a definitive guide to manifestation, taught by the greatest modern teacher of the subject, Neville Goddard.
The advice, if applied, will change your life.
In this short, contrarian guide bestselling stress management author Tim Grimes connects Zen Buddhism with the teachings of Neville Goddard to explore the concept of mindfulness. The result is a surprisingly practical explanation of how to become more mindful in our day-to-day lives.
French psychologist Émile Coué was one of the more underappreciated geniuses of 20th century medicine. Almost a hundred years ago, Coué’s popular self-healing method – which he called autosuggestion – helped cure thousands of people annually. Today, however, few people have ever even heard of him. This book introduces you to Coué’s overlooked formula, and will surprise you in the process. If you grasp the simplicity of autosuggestion, you’ll be able to use this wonderful tool as you wish – and it should help make your life “better and better.” Get your copy now.
In this profound examination of Neville Goddard's mystical teachings, bestselling stress management author Tim Grimes links together practical stress reduction with the deepest tenets of spiritual practice. The result is a paradigm-shifting approach for fulfilling our desires.
- Steve Mitchell, Amazon Reviewer
There's a better way to find happiness than the boring stress reduction techniques and spiritual mumbo-jumbo we're all used to.
The unique recommendations in this guide are unorthodox. They also immediately work - because they're fun and make practical sense. You can totally change how you deal with anxiety by applying this simple advice. Get your copy and let's get started.
"Great little guide." - LRDB, Amazon Reviewer
The Law of Attraction can easily overwhelm us. But it doesn’t have to. The intention of this short guide is to eliminate all the stress surrounding the subject. Straightforward advice should make you feel more at ease about how the Law of Attraction naturally functions in your life. Manifesting your desires, in my opinion, should be fun and easy, and never too stressful. Anxiety doesn’t need to be there. And if it’s not there, the Law of Attraction will start working for you.
Drawn from the author's own mystical illumination, Freedom for All reveals the truth buried within the stories of the old and new testaments alike.
Briefly, the book states that consciousness is the one and only reality—that consciousness is the cause, and manifestation is the effect. It draws the reader's attention to this fact constantly, that the reader may always keep first things first. Having laid the foundation that a change of consciousness is essential to bring about any change of expression, this book explains a dozen different ways to bring about such a change of consciousness.
Freedom for All outlines a realistic and constructive principle that works. The revelation it contains will, if applied correctly, set you free.