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  • Posted February 21, 2010

    The title is very relevant to the book.

    This book will make you take a deep look of yourself and your purpose in life. It makes you stop and begin to question your real path in life. It is like waking up and opening your eyes and begin to see life differently. Nothing has changed around you, it has always been there, but now you see with a differnt set of eyes. Now you are responsible to decide what is truth. A must for those looking for why we are here spiritualy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 24, 2004

    Withhold judgement until you repeat the 6 paragraphs

    It seems like little trouble to spend 5 minutes, saying short paragraphs, which is all Lynn Grabhorn is asking you to do in order to chase away dark influences. I have actually known someone who had this exact same physical problem, was motionless for two whole years, could barely move. He spent thousands of dollars on doctors to try to figure out whether he had a brain tumor or not, which he did not have. They could not find a disease or a cure. He had a brilliant mind and was physically nearly perfect, so it follows that he would have been a target. He had also worked with a channeler a few times, which may have opened him up to be picked on by the dark forces. Apart from this personal observation of someone I actually know, Lynn Grabhorn's theories make sense, looking at the world, terrorism, unnecessary wars, the media, prison abuse. Our civilization has obviously been in decline for some time, and these are merely some of the effects. Unlike the other reviewers, I am not very familiar with these apparently well-known theories; therefore, so as not to be completely gullible, I withhold judgment about the contracts made and broken in the upper vibrations of the universe; although it sounds a lot like what happens in real life, which may very well mirror what goes on at top management levels. Secondly, I will not give it five stars because I think the language style is inappropriate for the grave subject matter; she makes no attempt to prove, or reference other books where even similar or more detailed scientific explanations could be given, these outrageous theories. I suspended disbelief when I spoke the 'cures' out loud, as in other well-documented thought systems like Science of Mind, you have to believe what you are saying in order for it to come to pass. She makes no mention of having to believe it, or even repeat it more than once, which also makes me hesitate. I have done what she asked and will wait to see what results. I see on her website that she has recently died. Apparently these phrases only kept her alive for 2-3 years. That is also something to consider, though if her body was so damaged from six years of abuse, perhaps plausible. I do hope that many people read this book and say these words, because I agree that most people are unhappy and unfulfilled. I wish her the best in her quest to achieve the changing of the guard in the best possible way.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2003

    a must read for the true LIGHT oriented seeker

    I don't read that many books during the course of a year, but made the time to read this one cover-to-cover. I am a healer and light-wise worker in the realm of metaphysics. The information presented made perfect sense to me and in fact filled in a few missing gaps. The author should be blessed and thanked for her courage, dedication, and efforts. I would rate this book a must read for the true LIGHT oriented seeker on any metaphysical path towards higher consciousness / closer relationship with SPIRIT. Thanks for reading my review, I send you my LIGHT, LOVE, and BLESSINGS.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 9, 2003

    Good intentions, bad book

    First, let me just inform future readers of this book if you're expecting anything remotely close to Excuse Me Your Life Is Waiting then you will be greatly surprised and/or disappointed. In her new book, 'Dear God..' she does a complete 180 from everything she's taught and preached in 'Excuse Me..'. While her last book gives the reader a sense of power and freedom this book strips you of all of that. This book doesn't say you're in total control of your own life so the sky is the limit, THIS BOOK, Dear God What's Happening To Us, says you're totally at the mercy of outside forces and you will be forever (literally) unless you say a few cosmic commands, verbatim, to rid yourself of the control of these evil entities, bka 'the Others'. She also gives her version of the beginining, not the begining of Earth but the birthing of EXISTENCE, and tells the reader timeless journey of good and evil which lead us to this point, event for event. She also openly admits that she stopped applying the Law of Attraction techniques she preached in her last book for a little while. I'm willing to bet this contributed greatly to her drastic life philosophy change. She does however admit numerous times that her story is 'out there' and she questioned her own sanity, well from a nonjudgemental point of view I question her sanity right along with her, at least for this book. Oh and by the way she also claims she channeled the bulk of this information through a channeling friend(who coincedentally was also being harmed by 'the Others') and from a pendulum(or some type of swinging instrument) where she intepreted swings as yes/no answers from outside forces. While she claims to be a 'lay expert' on the physics of thought in her last book I really think she should review and apply the LOA techniques of last book look into other physics of mind books by say Dr. Joseph Murphy. I think her intentions are good and she really believes she's informing the readers of the 'grand deception' but I think she created the events she experienced through her subconscious belief of the contents of her book, combined with the Law of Attraction which says you experience what you feel and believe, and possibly even some mental dellusions brought on by severe emotional stress. And I'm an open person, this is all coming from an extremely open minded person who believes in everything from aliens to reincarnation to ghosts. I just don't agree or believe in most of this book. While the book maintains her practical approach and down to Earth delivery the message seems to be one I've heard before...'the end is near, you're at the mercy of outside forces, all you can do is such and such to rid yourself of these evil forces then wait until your next life on 'Earth 2'(sounds like Heaven) to really enjoy your existence.' The end is inevitable, you're almost powerless against outside evil forces unless you apply what she said, but just wait until you die that's when it all gets good.....hmmm seems like I've heard these themes before. Sound familiar?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2003

    Wow!

    I'd never heard of this author, but the title had grabbed my eye, and her direct, honest style of writing hooked me immediately. This book was the corker for a decades-long spiritual journey, and meshes startlingly well with deliverence, spiritual warfare, and Christian mysticism.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 5, 2003

    terrific

    Grabhorn's strength is that she writes from the heart. And no one's heart remains in the same place that it was with an earlier book. Her honesty is astonishing and her insights sweep you into some other place. If you're looking for a repeat of Excuse Me, this isn't it. In many ways, this book is better because it illustrates that Grabhorn is growing and evolving through her material, that she, too, is an experiment in the making. The ideas she puts forth may not please everyone, but she's obviously here to explore, not to please. Read the book with an open mind and embrace the notion that the world is far stranger than most of us imagine.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2003

    nothing like her earlier book

    Readers who are expecting more of EXCUSE ME...YOUR LIFE IS WAITING, or the PLAYBOOK are going to be sorely disappointed. It's nothing like those earlier titles. More's the pity!

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