In your hands is a master class for creating the life you want to live. Tried and true, delivered and perfected over a decade while being shared live with tens of thousands of students in 132 cities, in 34 countries, upon 6 continents.
In Playing the Matrix, New Thought leader and New York Times best-selling author Mike Dooley brings to bear his advanced course on living deliberately and creating consciously. The concepts Mike shares in these pages make up his most impactful, most transformational program ever. For the first time, these complete ideas are at your fingertips in book form.
At the heart of the Matrix lies a simple yet highly unexpected concept for creating major life change, unlike anything shared by other teachers, past or present. It clearly reveals why "manifesting" sometimes works with incredible ease, why it sometimes doesn't work at all, and why, on occasion, it works and yet in hindsight we wish it hadn't. You'll not only learn about the "Bermuda Triangle of Manifesting" that too often leads to heartbreak and loss, you'll discover how to navigate around it, under full sail, with new "Aha!" moments as you come to understand:
Playing the Matrix lays out the actual physical and metaphysical mechanics of manifestation, including your role in the equation of reality creation, so that you can deliberately orchestrate the changes you most wish to see. Once you begin working with the Universe instead of unwittingly working against it, you will truly astound yourself.
• Author: Mike Dooley
• Publisher: Hay House
• Hardcover: 216 pages
• ISBN: 1401950604
• EAN: 9781401950606
• Product Dimensions: 0.8" H x 9.2" L x 6.3" W
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