“Excuse me, your life is waiting” sat on my coffee
table for about 4 months before I read it. It was hard
to talk myself into reading another manifesting/"Law
of Attraction" book, it’s such a simple concept. Lynn
Grabhorn puts a couple new twists on the subject, and
has plenty of entertaining examples. I applied the
concepts to my life and saw improvements overnight. It
was an easy read, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and
look forward to rereading some of the sections.
Why is the book 300 pages? Examples, plenty of them.
Her style is a great narrative that encompasses her
life story and stories from participants. They’re all
relevant and make the book and messages flow with
ease. What these anecdotes do is point out all the little
pitfall you could experience along the way.
This is also the only downer in the book, how NOT to
think or feel prevails and often I was pepping myself
The most stressed point in the book is feeling your
way through life. Both listening to how you’re feeling
in each moment and creating day dreams to find your
motivations. Looking deep within yourself to find why
you want the money, to buy a car? Why do you want the
car? Happier drive to work? Now describe how it will
feel to drive the car? Listening to the music, in the
cool air conditioning, smiling, cruising down the
road.... feel your happiness in this moment. These
kinds of feelings are what she tries to pull out of
you over and over again.
As any book with a four step method that's applied to
all aspects of your life, it's repetitive and she uses
the same words over and over again. It will either
drive the concepts home or annoy you. Lucky for you,
she presents three ways to lighten up your mood :-)
Five out Five Stars for bringing new life to a dry subject.