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If there was just one thing I could tell you about living the life of your dreams, knowing that if you understood it, it would be enough, I would ask you to realize that you already are living that life.

In his most advanced work to date, Mike Dooley builds on the concepts of his New York Times bestseller Infinite Possibilities by using his revolutionary concept, the Matrix, to take the art of deliberate creation to the next level. Taking us behind the curtains of time and space, Dooley guides us through the practice of choosing our desired end results without getting too attached to the details or messing with the “cursed hows.”

Manifesting Change breaks down the metaphysical mechanics behind every physical manifestation through exercises, stories, and analogies that illustrate just how the Matrix will show the flow of events that will, or will not, trigger changes in your life based upon your thoughts, words, and actions. It will help you understand what you really want, why you really want it, and how to go about getting it with supreme confidence. Set life’s magic in motion and accelerate the arrival of all that your heart desires with this complete master’s guide to creating the life of your dreams.

Topics: Creativity, Success, Mindfulness, Inspirational, and Guides

Published: Atria Books/Beyond Words on
ISBN: 9781439196083
List price: $11.99
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