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Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2000

    eye opener

    my wife and I have read this book four times

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 4, 2000

    READ NEVILLE FIRST

    I agree with much of what she says, but I read it two decades ago via the early 20c author, Neville (Goddard) whose books are still in print, such as The Power of Awareness; The Law and the Promise, and Awakened Imagination. Read his work, then hers: his discusses the philosophical ramifications; hers is a good practical handbook. Let's give Neville credit, though; he knew these ideas long before New Thought mucked these principles up the past century. It's sad the way many New Thought magazines will publish excerpts from Neville's work, and then garble his tenets. It's time for a New Feeling era supplanting New Thought.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2000

    Best articulation of positive thinking

    As a leader of workshops on outrageous goal achievement, I've always wanted a clear text that describes the process of attaching emotion to a goal (along with the pitfalls). Books like _Think and Grow Rich_ have all the necessary elements but stop short of a practical plan of action when it comes to 'emotionalizing' one's goals. _Excuse Me_ is the answer.

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