Synopses & Reviews
This witty and practical guide to Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting is no ordinary workbook. The Playbook takes readers well beyond the basic ground rules of deliberate creation as laid out in Excuse Me--in a uniquely entertaining manner, this is a workbook for empowerment with clearly focused explanations, discussion material, meditations, and exercises that are essential building blocks for a new way of being. Isn't it worth a little work to have the life you've always wanted? This is a complete overhaul of the Grabhorn classic. The text has been tightened and clarified. New stories are included that give the Playbook a more contemporary feel. And finally the completely new design gives a whole new look. The new playbook is now a user-friendly tool for those who are looking to live the Law of Attraction each and every day of the year.
This witty guide to Lynn Grabhorn's Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting
is no ordinary workbook. The Playbook
not only takes the reader well beyond the basic ground rules of deliberate creation, as laid out in Excuse Me
, but also does so in a uniquely entertaining manner.
However, don't be fooled by the goofy, upbeat graphics. Whether the Playbook is to be used by groups or individuals, its overall content is designed to gently awaken and enhance the great Master in us all.
While the Playbook holds within its unusual pages many more ideas and techniques than presented in Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting, it also holds a myriad of keys to enhance one's spiritual path, should any awakening soul be so inclined to accept them.
With the 12 tenets of awakening.
Lynn Grabhorn took the concepts that make Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting a bestseller and transformed them into a complete workbook for empowerment. This humorous and uplifting guide to awakening offers witty stories, insightful graphics and practical exercises that are actually FUN to do!
About the Author
Lynn Grabhorn was born and raised in New Jersey. She passed to the other side in May of 2004. Lynn was a long-time student of the ways in which thoughts and feelings format our lives, and was a seminar facilitator, and author of five books.