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Summary

On this amusing program, Stuart Wilde helps you identify the cause of struggle in your life and shows you how to eliminate it quickly through a concerted action plan. Your heritage is to be free. To achieve that freedom, you have to move gradually from struggle into free flow!
©1997 Stuart Wilde (P)2005 Hay House, Inc.

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Nice & short

Good quick listen just what i needed, very simple & short but great question & very thought provoking.

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Short but great!

Life was never meant to be a struggle - A lovely little book from Stuart Wilde. It's short but full of wisdom.

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Wow! Tough love and just what I needed.

Would you listen to Life Was Never Meant to Be a Struggle again? Why?

Absolutely! It was clear, to the point and he could have been talking about me the whole way through. Some of it was very direct and some may find hard to hear, but isn't that what we are seeking for when we get these books? Some home truths?

I loved it and feel a massive relief at identifying why I've been struggling for so long

Have you listened to any of Stuart Wilde’s other performances? How does this one compare?

No, but just got another and will listen to more after this.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes, not too long, and quite fast paced but packed with insight. Will listen to again and again.

Any additional comments?

I stumbled across this book this morning, I wasn't looking for it so think the Unuverse directed me to just what I needed.

I've listened to and read numerous Law of Attraction books and got a good grip on so much as a result. But I think this book was the missing link as to why I was still so stuck.

Anyone reading this, go with your gut feeling, if you are drawn to this book and Stuart Wilde, give it a go, I am so pleased I did.

I feel I made a major breakthrough today. Thank you Stuart Wilde.

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  • annymary
  • 13-03-18

Farewell Stuart

It has given me a complete refreshing new prospective and outlook on live and beyond.
I also like his style in the way he narrating.

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  • Ivonne Palma
  • 21-03-17

Insightful, poses a challenge

This booklet is a kick in the pants if you're feeling stuck.

However it gives a lot of focus to what people are doing wrong, rather than offering an actionable plan to go forth.

I've listened to it mainly to get inspired out of a rut.

It is delivered in a creative and clever way, always entertaining.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 05-07-06

How Nice for Him

It must be nice to have evolved so far above mere humans that you can speak to them with such judgment and condescension. I, for one, was not amused. Does he accurately describe the mistaken approaches that people use to try to meet their needs, often resulting in lives of quiet desperation? Yes. However, rather than sharing his own struggle as a fellow traveler in this life, he positions himself as a bemused observer with a snap-out-of-it solution. Perhaps I have misinterpreted his tone because of cultural differences. I hope so. If my perception is accurate, he is also living a life of quiet desperation.

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