I’m going to write this review as if I’m talking right to the author.
Just some random thoughts before I start scripting tomorrow morning:
1) Loved the initial personal stories - makes it all real for me (the reader)
2) Lynn Grabhorn - I loved her book when I purchased it years ago. If I remember correctly (I will have to pull out my copy), one of her later books creeped me out a bit. But I consider her first book seminal and a more modern version of a classic in this area.
3) The mugging - if you don't mind I will manifest a more enjoyable introduction to scripting :)
4) Want list - I am curious to see how that changes over time since it is generated afresh each day
5) Including the mundane - I read A LOT and like you I find much/most New Thought material very similar. But this reminded me of a book that is definitely different in its presentation - The Practically Magical Use of Lists by J. Elprehzleinn. Its first main exercise is a Winning list that is basically a list of mundane tasks you KNOW you will accomplish that day that you later recognize you have completed thereby training your mind to recognize you are a success. I don't see many books that include the mundane as important - you are now one of them.
6) I am going to have to dance with this whole process - including the Belief List. From the place where I haven't started yet, for some reason, I feel like I might have a hard time with the Belief List. So as I dance in the coming days (and take your advice not to overthink any of this), I will just see how it plays out. And probably a good idea for me to go meta on this and include using this whole process as a part of my scripting - script to become fantastic at scripting
7) Daily and 10 day scripting - the only thing that caught me off guard at first was the journaling at night which almost seemed like negative scripting if the days didn't align with the morning version. But then I thought the continuous daily PULSE of the morning script and evening journaling was GUARANTEEING focus on the importance of each and every day and not just on some hazy far off huge goal.
8) I love the science stuff too. Familiar with much of it but you definitely have researched a lot and there were things in there I had not come across myself.
9) David Hoffmann and the Simulation stuff - it might actually be more helpful to NOT perceive reality as it is - WOW - that is definitely a new one for me. And the computer desktop analogy was perfect for me to GET it.
10) Fatum Bot - not sure what to say yet about that - gotta play with that. It is just amazing to me that it is something that can be played with. And by the average person.
11) I am going meta meta (or meta squared) with this - being a master manifester
12) Memes - opened my mind to the influence of them
13) Picture Scripting - as I was reading this, it occurred to me that most people's vision boards are the visual equivalent of the Want List. And your Picture Scripting is something different and like your written scripting (duh!).
As you can tell, I devoured the book. Now I need to start having fun with your process. Assuming success in the coming days and weeks, I look forward to sharing a few wins someday soon.
- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 10210 KB
- Print Length: 271 pages
- Publisher: Inner Traditions (7 April 2020)
- Sold by: Simon & Schuster Digital Sales Inc. (AU)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07XBNHDYY
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 10 customer ratings
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