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Lynn Grabhorn
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Book Description

4 July 2005

We all know how strong our emotions can be - but do we really appreciate that they can actually help us to achieve what we want?

We sometimes disregard our feelings and carry on living life the way we have always lived it - but our emotions are in fact the key to finding a life that is the way we always dreamt it would be. Top life coach and author Lynn Grabhorn helps us to realise how negative feelings create negative energy and events, then presents the techniques we can use to recognise these negative emotions, change them into positive ones - and watch the transformation begin.

Written in a clear, friendly, direct style and with real-life anecdotes as examples, this book uncovers the real strength behind our emotions - and will help everyone who has ever wanted to turn their life around to achieve their true desires.

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  • Paperback: 320 pages
  • Publisher: Hodder Paperbacks (4 July 2005)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0340834463
  • ISBN-13: 978-0340834466
  • Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 20 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,118 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Bestselling US life coach tells us how to achieve our life dreams through the astonishing power of positive feelings.

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The late Lynn Grabhorn was the bestselling author of a highly acclaimed self-help book and multimedia programme and an internationally sought-after popular seminar leader.

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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful
This book is all about how you can deliberately create the life of your dreams. Lynn Grabhorn writes: "If you really think that things come to you by some stroke of good or bad luck, or by accident, or coincidence, or by knocking your brains out against some very unsympathetic stone walls, then get a grip. This book could be dangerous to your discontent."

She points out something that most of us know, but don't acknowledge fully... the fact that when you have negative feelings, they create negative energy and events. Turning that piece of awareness on its head, she shows how to change your negative emotions into positive ones. So now you can attract the corresponding positive energy and events into your life.

Interestingly, from my brain's point of view, the book claims that you don't actually get results from positive thinking. What's important is to turn the thoughts into feelings... it's the positive emotion which will bring your dreams to life.

This is written in a very conversational style which can grate a little at times, but don't let that put you off. It's powerful stuff!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excuse me, your life is waiting 23 April 2011
By laksmi
I was given a copy of this book by someone who felt I 'needed' it. Humff! Then the title triggered all my prejudices, but I felt I owed the person who gave it to me, that I at least read the back cover... so I did.. and against all my resistance, it clicked with something in me. I started reading it. I'm on my second, or maybe third, read through. It is by my bed, and I dip into it everyday, to remind me of how to 'do it'. It's surprising how difficult simple things are to do!
I've read most all such books, and as much as I love some of them, and feel the truth of those, I'm often left with the feeling of "that's all very well and good, and it would be great to be that evolved, but... I'm only human". Whereas, this book really talks you through it, in a 'do-able' way, accepting ones human fallibility.
It's very 'american' (even using the word 'gal' for a woman), as all to many of these books can be, but it's not too much, and if you can manage to overlook the odd 'gal', it's definitely worth persevering.
I can't say my life has made any dramatic shifts, but I'm able to really see my own bad habits, and if it is some of these aspects of myself that have been keeping me in a place I'm not happy in (which makes a good sense that they could) what have i got to lose by trying to work on liberating myself of them and living a happier life, day-to-day, whether I 'attract' my better life to me or not?
I'm reviewing it now because I've bought two copies on Amazon, for people I think could benefit from it.. neither of whom, as I write, have even opened their copies. One has to be ready for what we may be helped by, I suppose, and I just received my copy at just the moment I was ready to read this book.Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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The late Lynn Grabhorn is a rather controversial character in the buzz field of the 'law of attraction' - mainly because her first and second books contained such differing emphases. This was her first book on the subject and it's an entertaining, useful and thought-provoking read. Lynn admitted from the outset that her thoughts were heavily influenced by the Abraham-Hicks materials. This doesn't detract from those materials; instead it's actually useful to approach their message from a different angle and to hear someone else's private take on the subject (note that Bob Doyle's 'Wealth Beyond Reason' book is also quite similar and worth a read).

The basic premise of this book is that everything that comes into your life has been attracted into it by the way in which you flow energy through your feelings (in most cases, of course, subconsciously). So, instead of simply focussing on your thoughts, you should control the energy flow of your feelings. Instead of saying 'if you can visualise it, you will have it' - this book is saying 'if you can feel your way towards it, you can have it'. A subtle difference, but very profound and potentially seismic in implication.

Excuse me, Your Life Is Waiting is written in layman's terms and in a very candid style. The author accepted her own limitations and factored these into her reasoning.

If you're still going through material like this in the post-'Secret' era, then you'll enjoy this contribution.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Book - oozes positivity 25 Feb 2010
By Jenny
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This is a must read for anyone who needs a bit of a pick me up...or who wants to make a great life even better. This is one of those books that would appeal to many different types of readers as it is written in such a practical way.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars makes sense of the Abraham teachings 10 Aug 2009
I have written this cos some of the reviews seem either very rosey or very harsh indeed, and there needs to be balance.Ok, so to enjoy this book, you are going to need to be into the concept of 'The Law of Attraction' as in 'The Secret' and the teachings of Abraham (Esther and Gerry Hicks)and the fact the we can attract more positive things into our lives by keeping a positive focus.

I've had it on my shelf for years and thought it was a bit rubbish when I first bought it. Since then, I have been introduced to the Abraham stuff and 'the Secret' and found it all a bit confusing. I do like the Abraham teachings, yet, when I try and put it into practice, I find myself confused about what I should do; I do feel they have a simple message yet overdo the explanations and have my suspicions that they do this deliberately to keep us buying the books. I was recently clearing out my book shelves and decided to give this one another go and I am so glad I did; it has clarified some of the things I was struggling with in the Abraham books.

Lynne has been a bit cheeky, in that she is writing about 'the Law of Attraction' and basically pinching the ideas, however, she talks about it from personal experience of putting it into practice, which is quite useful. I think she is honest about her own shortcomings and successes too.

She describes how she used to be able to get into a 'good flow' and feel positive, and things seem to go pretty well, but she didn't know she was doing it and didn't know she could consciously tap into it as resource, especially when things were bad.
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Sorry but this book is riddled with inaccuracies and non-sequiturs, I actually found it quite irritating to read. don't recommend.
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