Even More Notes From the Universe: Dancing Life's Dance

Even More Notes From the Universe: Dancing Life's Dance

by Mike Dooley
     
 

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The Universe is here to remind us that we are in control. To have the life you desire, all you have to do is ask. The secret to manifesting change is not focusing on the how but instead, the end result of what you're after — the kind of life you want. Then, once you are truly focused, the Universe will conspire on your behalf.

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The Universe is here to remind us that we are in control. To have the life you desire, all you have to do is ask. The secret to manifesting change is not focusing on the how but instead, the end result of what you're after — the kind of life you want. Then, once you are truly focused, the Universe will conspire on your behalf.

Author Mike Dooley has turned over every stone, knocked on every door, and followed every impulse. From the lessons he learned, Dooley was able to share the Universe's wisdom with the world. What started in 1998 as a little poem sent out once a week to 38 email addresses has evolved into an inspiring anecdote delivered to over 150,000 subscribers from 169 countries, each receiving a new note from the Universe five days a week. Mike Dooley serves as an interpreter for the Universe.

Even More Notes from the Universe is the third installment in the three-volume set that is brimming with powerful affirmations that will have listeners thinking positively, feeling confident, and walking the path to personal success.

When listeners discover the truths the Universe is unveiling in Even More Notes from the Universe, they will begin living happier, more fulfilling lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780743574853
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Audio
Publication date:
11/04/2008
Edition description:
Unabridged, 2 CDs, 2 hours
Pages:
2
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 4.98(h) x 0.45(d)

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Introduction

When asked what you do for a living, do you squirm, fidget, or evade? I do. I write Notes from the Universe for a living and I send them to e-mail subscribers five days a week, for free. Doesn't quite have the same ring as doctor, lawyer, or accountant, even butcher, baker, or candlestick maker. And it never quite impresses the way I once thought it might.

Nevertheless, writing for the Universe has taught me a number of things about myself and the creative process, and for this third installment of the trilogy, I thought I'd share a little of it, as these lessons have a number of applications to the rest of my life, and perhaps will to yours as well.

First, I'm better than I usually give myself credit for. There's hardly been a time in the past eight years when I consistently felt that I've been writing well, or as well as I could. In fact, more often than not, I've felt like I was in a slump. But every now and then a funny thing happens. For some reason or other I have to rummage through the old archives, and lo...I can't seem to find when the last lull was, as I'm quite impressed with what I read.

Interestingly, and I hate to admit this, I'll then think, "Wow, I wish I were writing like that now!" Only to discover, several months later, that I actually was. And this has gone on for quite some time, perpetually feeling like today's creativity pales compared to yesterday's.

However slow I've been to learn my lesson, I really have been paying attention. In writing, just as in all areas of my life, I'm usually much better than I give myself credit for at the time, and I'm quite sure you are, too.

Second, just because I don't know what I'm going to write doesn't mean I shouldn't start. Inspiration to write, or to do anything else, usually comes after, not before, we physically begin the journey -- no matter what kind of journey it is. Don't wait for your ducks to line up first because they never do, not until you start. Even a momma duck knows this. Her ducklings are hither and yon until she starts her journey, at which point they scramble to catch up and fall in line. The same is true of our own ducks.

And last, happy and joyful thoughts physically change the material world. My creative process for writing is modeled after what I share with audiences for manifesting change in their lives. First, define and imagine what you want in terms of the end result, preferably emotionally. Second, take action toward that end result to ramp-up belief in your success and to put yourself in a place of receivership for the manifestation.

For step one, I visualize for a minute or two before each writing session. In my mind, I feel the joy. Physically, I pump my fists, wave my palms, and let out a loud, "Whooooohooooooo..." and whatnot.

Step two comes by typing the first words that pop into my mind once I finish visualizing. This is a bit challenging, since often those words don't make much sense, nor will they necessarily be used, but I've found that by physically taking action toward the vision I imagine, the ideas, creativity, and insights I need eventually burst forth. This is very simply because the end result I put forth (feeling joy) cannot physically become real unless I write really well. And I cannot write really well without such bursts of divine inspiration.

In the end, I'm physically whooping up a storm because before my very eyes I've witnessed thoughts becoming things in the form of word combinations and sentences that have never before existed, to be sent out as an e-mail, later to be bound into a book, and, finally, to be reflected in smiles on faces all...

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Meet the Author


An international tax accountant turned entrepreneur turned writer for "the

Universe," and now one of the teachers for the best-selling DVD and book The

Secret, Mike Dooley has found his calling. Mike lives in Orlando,

Florida, where he runs TUT's Adventurer's Club™ for the adventure of

life. He also travels internationally, speaking to thousands on life, dreams,

and happiness. Visit www.tut.com to sign up for new, daily Notes from the

Universe and join the club!

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