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The Inside-Out Revolution: The Only Thing You Need to Know to Change Your Life Forever by [Neill, Michael]
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"The Inside Out Revolution is simply a beautiful presentation of the only thing you need to know for well-being and happiness. Written from personal insights and real-life examples, Michael Neill makes it easy to grasp the innate principles that create our feelings and experience. I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting true wisdom."
Mark Howard, Ph.D. "Three Principles Institute" "Michael Neill's authentic, conversational style profoundly and simply describes a quiet revolution happening in psychology that recognizes the human experience is created from the inside-out. The Inside-Out Revolution is a great book - excellent, articulate, and an apt harbinger of the paradigmatic shift that is to come." -Joseph Bailey, Licensed Psychologist and international bestselling author of "Slowing Down to the Speed of Life", co-authored by Dr. Richard Carlson "I have used the principles in The Inside-Out Revolution to run two international consultancies and have taught them to Generals, CEO's, and numerous Fortune 500 companies. Michael Neill's new book introduces these principles in a wonderfully simple and relevant way while using them to provide a powerful new foundation for coaching, self development and the pursuit of happiness. All that and an enjoyable read as well!" Aaron Turner, PhD Cofounder/Senior Partner Turner Gleason "In my work in hospitals, I witness people suffering and in pain every single day. As I read The Inside-Out Revolution, I could clearly see how an end to human suffering is possible, not by changing the world but through a deeper understanding of ourselves. This is the first and last book you will ever need to read to understand how to live a happy, inspired love-filled life." -Fiona Jacob, Director of Nursing, King AbdulAziz Medical City, Riyadh

About the Author

Michael Neill is an internationally renowned success coach and bestselling author of numerous titles, including "You Can Have What You Want" and "Supercoach." He has spent the past 22 years as a coach, adviser, friend, mentor, and creative spark plug to celebrities, CEOs, royalty, and people who want to get more out of themselves and their lives.www.supercoach.com

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 920 KB
  • Print Length: 169 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1781800790
  • Publisher: Hay House (6 May 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00BY5MEJ0
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars 148 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #46,723 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I bought this book off the back of other highly positive reviews. After reading it from cover to cover I question if I've read the same book as these other people!

Essentially this guy's premise is that your happiness is governed by your thoughts. That I can grasp and agree with. It is in no way new as a concept if you look through the oodles of other self-help literature out there alongside Buddhist philosophy.

However, he rejects the idea that you should simply respond to the negative side of life by replacing negative thoughts with positive ones, making the best of bad situations or learning lessons from experiences. Instead, he tries to sell the idea that you created that situation in the first place from your thoughts without any evidence to back this up. The world becomes whatever it is you believe it to be. The countless times in my own life that I have experienced the opposite or near opposite of what I believed to be, both positive and negative, in itself contradicts his assertions and provides evidence he is wrong.

Beyond that the only other advice he provides is to slow down your thoughts and empty your mind, again a Buddhist idea, and to try to live without thoughts in everyday situations as this will allow the external "divine" intelligence to come in and help you or produce syncronicity. Again, I have been practicing meditation for years and have a healthy, non-anxious approach to life where I don't panic in the face of a crisis but I have never gained moments of clarity that have turned out to be true or experienced any sort of meaningful syncronicity as he suggests.
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As an atheist, the religious references and some of the terms Neill uses to refer to things made me uncomfortable, and I found myself mentally stepping out of 'the conversation' when these references became too much.

It seems to me that the entire book could have been written to encompass more humanist terms to which everybody could relate. Neill allows god to be divisive. I stuck with it, trying to translate his phrasing so it was firmly placed in reality. Life coaching should be atheist, in my opinion. Faith is a support network open to the faithful, an life coaching should be accessible to all.

Perhaps I'm being harsh - he doesn't go far into his faith/god talk, but it did come up often enough that I found myself saying "not again" at one point.

Faith aside, the ideas presented here did open my eyes to a new way of approaching things. The 'glass elevator' idea is a great one, and innate equilibrium is a powerful concept that I was glad to be exploring more. The book is well written and engaging. I put three stars to warn other people who prefer their life philosophy without a side serving of god to take this book with a pinch of salt.
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Michael has such a natural easy way about him which comes through in his book. He has a beautiful way of sharing insightful understandings. I found the book very easy to read - it is both beautiful and simple, and it has a deep truth way beyond the words...

I have loved Michael Neill since he was one of my trainers on a course I did in 2008. Whenever I listen to him or watch his videos I always get something from them. His books are superb, and Supercoach is my favourite coaching book. Since learning about the three principles and Syd Banks through my coach, I'm on a beautiful journey...

If you want to deepen your understanding of the inside out experience, I highly recommend this book.
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I read all the buyers reviews before buying this and asked myself "are we on about the same book?" I was really disappointed in it. I never felt like it had much to offer and is written in a way that I found really hard work to wade through. To me it had none of the "conversational" feel that others have quoted. Might be just me, but I didn't learn or gain anything from it, despite approaching it with an open mind.
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Save your pennies, I can distill the entire book into one sentence for you: stop thinking, clear your mind, and the universe will provide you with the right thoughts to think.......that is it, that is all the book gives you. If you find that is useful then the book may be for you, but if you are looking for something practical that can be applied in the real world then look elsewhere.
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Last year I started learning about the "inside out understanding of the world", which has been life changing.
"Life changing?" a dear friend asked me today. "How?".
Well, I explained, I feel as if a huge weight had been lifted from me.
I'd spent the previous five years practising techniques for keeping me `happy' and `successful'. I was pretty good at it, but it was hard work. And when I wasn't quite diligent enough to carry out my rituals (meditation/gratitude diary/state change/visualisation/communication technique/7 point plan for a happy/successful life/relationship/business and so on) I'd beat myself up for failing, and blame myself for not being happy.
What Michael has showed me was that by simply having a better understanding of how we experience the world (for example what we tell ourselves about happiness/success/commitment and so on), we can more easily connect with our innate well-being without doing anything. The relief for me was the `without doing anything'. I was off the hook - no more to do lists, or feeling bad for dropping the ball in the constant task of keeping myself in a good place. This was a huge relief.
It was as if I'd been struggling with some complicated machinery for pushing giant boulders down a hill. I now realised that all I'd been doing was getting in the way. With absolutely no effort on my part I could just stand back and gravity would do the work for me.
I'm continuing with what's likely to be a life-long mission to deepen my understanding, and this book is my guide.
My current flurry of revelation comes from the notion that whatever I'm feeling is a product of my thinking (and not of my external circumstance).
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