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The Magic of Believing

Original Classic Version
Narrated by: Dan Strutzel
Length: 7 hrs and 31 mins
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Originally published in 1948, this is the true masterpiece about using the power of your mind to create anything you want. Mystical, motivating and inspiring, this book presents an extraordinary self-improvement program which draws on the philosophy that the energy of the subconscious mind can help individuals achieve any goal. This book has helped countless people attain both personal and professional goals, and the appeal of its philosophy remains a powerful tool for change.

Listen and apply its wisdom to your daily life. Then watch your thoughts turn into real achievements in less time than you could ever imagine!

©2018 Nightingale-Conant (P)2018 Nightingale-Conant

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  • 30-07-2018

The Scientific Facts are a bit outdated

Not as good as 'The Power of your Subconscious Mind' by Joseph Murphy or even 'The Secret' by Rhonda Byrne.

Many of the Scientific Facts the author mentions has since been disproved. While I'm happy to believe in the power of...well...believe I have to say telepathy has never been proven, if physic powers were possible then it should be very easy to prove, yet no-one has done it.

Plus as a woman I got a bit tired of the way the author repeatedly mentions crying women. Apparently it's the only type of woman he has ever met.

Narration is OK. Not as good as the other 2 books I mentioned but still a solid 3/5.