Guy Finley often explicitly invites his listeners to relax, but relaxation is also a natural byproduct of listening to the self-realization guru's soothing voice. In Seven Powers, Finley tells a short story that exemplifies some key deficits in human psychology. He steers listeners away from judging others, pitying themselves, depression, suffering, and stress by teaching them how "pressure is a trick of the mind". In waking up to Finley's wise, well-calibrated voice, listeners might just wake up to the joy of the present moment. Empowerment is always attainable if one discovers the "timeless and celestial principles" that surround and inform human psychology.
Discover the secrets of how to:
- Fulfill Your Wish to be Free
- Walk Away From Fear and Worry
- Learn to be Thankful for Life's Troubles
- Walk Through Whatever Stands in Your Way
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I have been an Audible subscriber for almost three years and this is my first review. I felt compelled to review Finley's work because I have purchased many titles in this genre in the past, many of which were excellent, but this is the first that felt like it could make a difference in my life. I have since purchased Finley's Secrets of Being Unstoppable (also excellent) and several of his books. Finley is a master of making a complex subject understandable. Due to the lack of reviews I had been reluctant to purchase his works in the past...Don't make the same mistake I did, if you are looking for material that can change your life buy Finley and listen with an open mind.
9 people found this helpful
Total Waste of Credit
I bought this audiobook after reading the one rave review posted for it. I suffered through the first two hours in an effort to give it a fair shot. It seems like a very bad sermon. The talk is incoherent and full of ramblings. I was constantly asking myself what is he talking about as he seems to not complete a thought or goes off in midsentence on a tangent that makes no sense.
I would suggest looking into the Abraham Books by Esther and Jerry Hicks for a much more coherent and usable audiobook on this subject matter.
This recording is the reason that audible needs a money back policy.
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