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The Magic in Your Mind

Narrated by: Clay Lomakayu
Length: 9 hrs and 59 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (10 ratings)
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Summary

This book reveals a mental magic that assures success, that absolutely guarantees increased achievement, whether your profession is in the arts or business, in science or sales, in sports, war, or politics. Here you will learn the secret way in which your mind is tied to the source of all power; you will learn how you are capable of becoming anything and doing anything you can visualize.

©2015 Uell S. Andersen (P)2015 Majestic

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Excellent!!

A truly great spiritual writing, making it a must for spiritual development, and growth. It has made a lasting impression on me. Bought the digital version from the Kindle store, too...as well as the only other one by Uell S Anderson I could find, Three Magic Words.

Also, the narrator, Mr Lomakayu's voice is warm, and rich, making listening gentle, easy, and a real joy.

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Plain words would help

The soothing voice of the narrator isn't enough to get me through this over worded mess of an audio book. I struggled to get through 40 minutes. Using plain words to describe different experiences would have made it a lot more enjoyable listen.

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  • Dean Nelson
  • 28-11-17

Poor narration

I could not make it through the book due to the narrator’s mispronunciation of words and names and his whispering tone.

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  • Tony L Smith
  • 04-11-17

listened again

had already listened to it, but must have not been in a place where I could benefit from the message. Now I don't want to stop hearing it, a great study book with needed insight

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 18-04-17

Another great Clay Lomakayu narration

Enjoyed the book, very empowering. Perfect narrator for a book like this. Would definitely recommend

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  • Lucy Suikii
  • 10-09-18

Can’t say his s’s

The reader cannot say the s sound! He has some kind of speech impediment and my ears could not stand the sound. Why would someone choose him to read this book for audible?

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  • Yigosh
  • 04-06-17

For some reason, it is unlistenable

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I don't have ADD or something. I don't know if it is the narration or Uell's writing style but I find this audiobook unlistenable. When I try to listen it, I lose focus and my mind wanders away. Such a shame, I loved "Three Magic Words"

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  • Felicitas
  • 18-12-15

Rambling exhaustively wordy

I don't know what this book is supposed to be, but it isn't good. it is unstructured Stream of consiousness regarding power of Imagination trying to convince the reader of its usefulness. this could have been done in the first chapter. there is nothing to apply and no stories to support its overly wordy opinions. terrible book.

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