Do you know what’s a million times better than getting to the top of the mountain? Getting there after having been lost.Ohhh yeah, The Universe The 60 cards in this beautifully illustrated deck give Mike Dooley’s fans a new way to experience his signature Notes from the Universe, quirky, funny messages that remind readers to love their lives and trust their dreams. Based on Mike’s essential credo that "Thoughts Become Things" and we can choose the thoughts we want to realize, these cards are loving reminders that we’re responsible for our own happiness—and that it’s already within reach. Launched in 1998 as an e-mail sent out weekly to 38 addresses, Mike’s "Notes from the Universe" has blossomed into a daily mailing to over 700,000 subscribers in 185 countries. The Notes in this deck, set off by photographs of nature’s own gorgeous and richly varied abundance, are brief passages designed to remind us that we could not possibly be more loved, more powerful, or more deserving of all that our hearts desire. "Today, you are a magnet for infinite abundance, divine intelligence, and unlimited love," the Universe tells us. "Actually, this has always been true."
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About the Author
Mike Dooley is an international tax consultant turned entrepreneur turned writer for "The Universe." He’s the founder of a philosophical Adventurers Club on the Internet that’s now home to over 700,000 members from 185 countries. His inspirational books emphasizing spiritual accountability have been published in 25 languages, and he was one of the featured teachers in the international phenomenon The Secret. Mike is the author of Hay House’s The Top Ten Things Dead People Want to Tell You and is also known for his free "Notes from the Universe" e-mailings and his New York Times bestsellers Infinite Possibilities: The Art of Living Your Dreams and Leveraging the Universe: 7 Steps to Engaging Life’s Magic. He speaks worldwide on life, dreams, and happiness. Website: www.tut.com