Excuse Me Your Life Is Waiting is an upbeat and humorous introduction to the law of attraction. Laying out principles for attracting the right things into your life and repelling the negative energies that you don’t want, Lynn Grabhorn covers alot of ground in a wide ranging and cheerful narrative.
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Lynn Grabhorn wrote this book just four years before passing away and it became a New York Times Bestseller alongside The Secret, popularising the law of attraction in self help and spiritual circles.
Laying out a four step process for using the law of attraction, Lynn’s positive and cheerful humour shines through the book, making it one of the most readable books out there on this subject.
Below are some of the key insights from the book.
- Thoughts create feelings and feelings power the law of attraction
- There are four main steps to attracting what you want.
- Step 1 – Identify what you don’t want.
- Step 2 – Use this to identify what you do want
- Step 3 – Find a place of feeling of your wants
- Step 4 – Expect, listen and allow the universe to deliver.
- When you attempt to fix others, you join with their negative energy.
- Never take what happens in life for granted, it came as a result of your negative, positive or neutral energy
- Don’t label yourself on a down day. Instead, try to run your feelings using a inner smile to blossom into a physical one and eventually a spirit led one.
- Don’t wait to feel good, turn it on all day long with genuine faith that good things are on the way.
- Don’t yearn, want, desire, justify, rationalise or regret. All of these negative feelings only serve to lower your vibration.
- Sculpt new projects, businesses, ventures and ideas in your mind with passion and enthusiasm before making them a reality.
- Allow time to dream, feel good, flip the script, make statements about what you do have and what you can do.
- Ask yourself consciously, how is my energy flowing at this moment. Be inventive, be outrageous and to your own self be true.
- Nothing is more important than feeling good. All else follows
- Listen for guidance and act upon it.
- Don’t keep score too soon, relax and trust in the overall process that things will come.
- Don’t focus on small goals, you can always achieve them, instead focus on the grander visions that remind you of your childhood.