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Richard has embarked on his own amazing and courageous journey where he discovers his own best advisor: Where has he gone, and what is required of Felicity before she is able to find him? Unlock with Richard the secret behind the voice of inspiration and find out for yourself how truly dependable and absolutely ingenious your own inner voice can be.

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This weekend I've made it my goal to write a "journal" entry as if Ross and I have just celebrated our 40th wedding anniversary December I will have turned 60 that year. Our oldest will be 35 and our youngest I will write about our life as if it has already happened.

What our house and land looked like, how our children have progressed, the great things we've been able to do, philanthropy, service, and much, much more. I will express gratitude for it all and I will make sure it is very specific and written in positive language.

Then, I will spend a portion of each day thinking about part of it because it would take too long to do it all. No, I'm not making a life-itinerary, just writing happy memories for posterity! Talk to me in 25 years. Smiley" or whoever he was I'm going to do it anyway! View all 5 comments.

Dec 01, Celeste Batchelor rated it really liked it Shelves: This books is available as a free eBook on jackrabbitfactor. It is listed on the Thomas Jefferson Education for Teens reading list and it has been on my list for a few months now. A friend recommended that I read after I expressed my frustration with trying to get an online business going. This book is an allagory about how to change negative thinking to positive thinking in order to attract what you want in life. I have read As a Man Thinketh and so many of the things taught in this little b This books is available as a free eBook on jackrabbitfactor.

I have read As a Man Thinketh and so many of the things taught in this little book sounded familiar in many ways, yet I had not mastered changing my thoughts. Why You Can in it, plus a prequel and sequel to that book. I feel happier already having read this book.

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If nothing else comes from it, at least I will have worked on having a happier attitude and having more gratitude in life. My goals are clearer and written with more positive wording. I feel it can't hurt!

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Dec 07, Rochelle rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love how excited this book made me. It totally motivated me to do better visualizing and manifesting what I want. Some of the more memorable parts: They know what they want. They make a list for Santa. They share it with others. Then they patiently wait for Santa to bring it I love how excited this book made me. Then they patiently wait for Santa to bring it to them.

I watched it happen. And now I'm ready to allow it to happen to me. Jul 12, Shelley rated it it was ok Shelves: I get the idea of it, but I'd rather watch a presentation breaking down points than the story format. That helped more than this book. May 13, Boni Peterson rated it it was amazing. I've never really read a book about the power of believing. It had me thinking. Nov 22, Cheryl Loveless rated it liked it. This book lived in my car for months and I would just pick it up when I remembered it was there. It has some great information and ideas on how to focus in on a goal and make it happen.

It is an easy read. May 10, Adelle rated it really liked it. This is a book that makes you think. It made me think, anyway. It teaches that we have the ability to make our dreams come true. Just by believing in them, they will come to us. Jun 15, Calvin Memmott rated it it was amazing. May 11, Kirk rated it really liked it. The story is somewhat cheesy, but solid on the idea of the power of thought. May 19, Charlotte rated it really liked it. This book helps me think in new and different ways and I appreciate that. It's good to look around and see and imagine how I want my life to be.

Oct 09, Cindy rated it really liked it. Great ideas but not an easy read for me at all! I found it very boring trying to wade through to the meat, or rabbit, whatever. Jun 27, T-D Spectacular! Jul 02, Taunie Peterson rated it it was amazing. This is a great book.

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It is available as a free download on their website. The author also has several podcasts at ararefaith. Feb 07, Lisa rated it really liked it. The principles in this book are fascinating! I will now read another of her books to learn more! Oct 27, Mary rated it really liked it.

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Easy to read and great at making you think. It really helped me realize my views of abundance and my fears that hold me back. Oct 22, Jannie rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This was a fabulous book for learning about how we sell ourselves short in this mortal life. The entire book is an analogy.

It's main focus is toward finances, but I gained so much more out of it than that. The person may seem to do erratic, crazy, irrational things in pursuit of the dream. If a bystander cannot "see" that person's dream, the person's behavior will appear crazed as well. Taking the analogy further, if a man wanted a rabbit too, and decided to simply mimic the same steps as the dog without "seeing" a rabbit himself, he would actually repel all rabbits as he jumped and barked erratically hoping that doing so would somehow produce a rabbit.

This compares directly to people who try to do precisely what another person has done in an effort to achieve the same success. It is claimed that this strategy will tend to repel the very success they seek.

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The story begins with a married couple arguing about finances. Felicity berates Richard for his inability to provide for the family. Defeated, Richard disappears into the woods behind their home and Felicity fears he has gone to end his life. While she frantically searches for her husband, Richard falls into an exhausted sleep, embarking on a strange and enlightening allegorical journey where he discovers the secret behind the voice of inspiration. Felicity at breaking point, also learns certain things that she must do before she is able to find him.

The epilogue outlines a recommended pattern for goal setting, showing the importance of word selection. For example, it claims that to set a goal to "lose weight" will likely backfire, as a person's subconscious mind associates "lose" with something it must help them find; and "weight" with heaviness. Hence a goal to "lose weight" is said to be a direct command to one's subconscious mind to help them "find heaviness". Also, to set a goal with the words, "I will do, have, or be