Dear God, What's Happening to Us?: Halting Eons of Manipulation

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Feb 1, 2003 - Self-Help - 192 pages
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In dark times, a message of hope.

In her bestselling Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting, Lynn Grabhorn told how to literally create your own reality. Then--as she tells here--her own life and health inexplicably fell apart. After years of struggle, she learned that the reason why involves nothing less than the age-old struggle between positive and negative forces.

More important, she learned how this struggle began, how it is playing out, why times today are so hard for so many, and--WHAT WE CAN DO ABOUT IT.

This book is, above all, a message of hope. In Grabhorn's trademark down-to-earth style, she shows how we--each of us--can choose to embrace the positive in such a way that the negative loses all power over us. Forever.

This powerful message, if heeded, will change the course of human history for the better.

From the author of Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting which has sold more than 150,000 copiesOffers seven easy steps to release all unseen negative influencesShows you how to survive and thrive in a world seemingly driven by negativity

 

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Fans of Grabhorn's bestseller Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting are in for a surprise with this book. Here, the author takes another run up the challenging mountain of overcoming negative thinking. But ... Read full review

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Lynn Grabhorn began her professional life in advertising in New York City. She also founded and directed an audiovisual educational publishing company in Los Angeles, and ran a mortgage-brokerage firm in Washington. Her main claim to fame was The New York Times bestseller, Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting. She died in 2004.

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