Just Ask the Universe

  • by Michael Samuels
  • Narrated by Brandon Massey
  • 1 hrs and 29 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Just Ask the Universe is not a book of New Age gobbledygook filled with empty promises. Angels won't fly from above and touch you while you're listening. You will not be asked to practice unusual or tedious rituals. There will be no preaching or sage advice and there will most certainly be no channeling of your inner chakras or dressing like Friar Tuck. Just Ask the Universe is a realistic guide to personal development. By creating a blueprint for self-growth and commanding your subconscious mind, the Universe will manifest all your dreams. For over two decades, Michael Samuels has studied and methodically tested hundreds of books on self-improvement, spirituality, and the metaphysical.
Just Ask the Universe accumulates the wisdom from "thought teachers" like: Wallace Wattles, Anthony Robbins, Rhonda Byrne, Joseph Murphy, Robert Collier, and Napoleon Hill, and compiles it under one unified lesson: if your thoughts are clear and in harmony with your mind and the truth of your surroundings, your life can be filled with all the richness the Universe has to offer. As a culmination from these teachings, Michael will show you how to use simple and fun techniques to create a more desirable future. This approach, coupled with real-life stories, will teach you how to achieve personal power to overcome any barrier. Regardless of what your present circumstances might be, by following the principles in this book, you will be able to gain power over your destiny. The Universe is listening. All you have to do is just ask.


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Customer Reviews

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Author Said Just Ask The Universe Is Not Enough

What did you love best about Just Ask the Universe?

It's condense, useful, no fluff LOA

What was your reaction to the ending? (No spoilers please!)

What? You told me just ask the universe and later claimed it’s not enough and I have to do this, do that. If that is the case, don’t put the title as such. It’s still a good book, but I dislike the hidden clause.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

I have not been diagnosed with bipolar or depression, so I didn’t have an extreme reaction by reading a book about self-improvement. Seriously Audible, you have to select the question better.

Any additional comments?

The author did his homework on this topic. The steps can expressed in more detailed manner.

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- T. C. Lin

Good and easy

The book is simple, useful, well written and well read. Worth your time. Carry on the exercises and be grateful.
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- A. Carvallo

Book Details

  • Release Date: 02-26-2013
  • Publisher: Michael Samuels