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Write It Down, Make It Happen: Knowing What You Want And Getting It Paperback – January 3, 2001
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Here, Klauser (Writing on Both Sides of the Brain; Put Your Heart on Paper) instructs her readers to write down their most extravagant wishes and, merely by the act of recording them, make them come true. She claims that the writings themselves are so powerful that they will influence external circumstances. Eventually, however, she reveals that this wish-writing is neither magical nor miraculous. It requires practitioners not only to write their wishes but also to participate actively in achieving them. Her technique is intended to clarify goals, increase self-confidence, and dispel self-doubt, and she describes how it has dramatically improved her life and the lives of her friends and acquaintances. Her faith in the power of writing is evident in her work; readers who share her faith may benefit from her prescribed course of wish fulfillment. Recommended for all public libraries.
-Yan Toma & Jessica Wolff, Queens Borough P.L., Flushing, NY
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Mary LoVerde author of Stop Screaming at the Microwave Easy to read and packed with ideas that changed my life. Dr. Klauser's ideas work, and she shows you how to reap the benefits.
Verna Noel Jones Rocky Mountain News Klauser's advice is eye-opening and contagious enough to make you pull out a notebook and pen, even as you read.
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I give it 5 stars, and here's why.
Journaling everyday, you write out things you think about, things you wish for, and things you want happening to you in your life. Some people on here have said that Klauser's book is too superficial, and the stories she wrote are pretty much hoo-ha. That's their opinion. Everyone is entitled to their opinions and judgments. With that said however, this book is completely not that at all. It's a great way to open your mind, expand your horizons, and listen to your inner spirit. You'll be amazed how many times you write things, and it comes true. Things do take their time in coming true and it's best not to say "oh i made this list and it didn't happen, and i wrote that down, but most of it did not happen." There is such a thing as timing, folks!
Please read this book, and start a journal if you haven't done so. Seriously, writing things down really helps to clarify what your mind is thinking, how your heart feels and how you respond to the world. If anything, you get really good writing techniques out of the chapters in Klauser's books. Read through the entire book and follow the exercises....change your mindset as you do it and make what you write true intentions for them to come true in the physical sense. It might take a couple hours to a few years before what you've written happens, but trust me, it does. Enjoy!
After I received a letter from the dean of my college that I was was no longer
welcome due to my poor grades, my first response was to create a metal engraved sign
that said Fritz Miller M.D.
At my next college my grades shot up to A's in physics, calculus, and chemistry.
I entered medical school and tutored other students who did not have the science background tha I had.
When I wanted to quit smoking I simply wrote down "I want a fun and easy way to quit smoking"
It was fun and easy and I easily quit in 3 weeks never to smoke again.
I wanted to lose weight. I wrote down Show me a way to lose weight in a fun easy way.
In 52 weeks I had lost 50 pounds with dieting or deprivation.
We all have two minds. The rational logical mind lives in the left brain and thinks in words
numbers and limitations. It is sometimes called the monkey mind.
The creative mind lives in the right brain and in the heart. It is thinks with pictures and
By writing down what we want we give the creative mind a target to work on.
That is why writing our goals down works to get us what we want even though our everyday rational
mind has no idea of how to get there.
Grateful and thankful to Henrietta for her useful book.