Many people have read books such as The Secret or the classic Think And Grow Rich and set about trying the Law Of Attraction for themselves. The Law Of Attraction states whatever you give your attention to is what you attract into your life. Readers are advised to think more about what they want in life in order to bring those things closer using an automatic law of the universe. Unfortunately, a significant percentage of people trying the system will fail to achieve the life of abundance they dream of.
As a built in protection system against the fallibility of the human ego the Law Of Attraction only works at a subconscious level... essentially you get what you believe you deserve and not what you think you deserve!
All problems & issues of scarcity in your life are simply the result of bad programming or erroneous beliefs in your subconscious. You can never be wealthy until you erase the internal programming that is preventing you from achieving your goal:
Attract unlimited streams of income
Change to a wealth based mentality
Subconscious reprogramming audio tracks
A short, relaxing audio track cleans your subconscious
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Good Method with audio flaws
Whether “it works” or not is very subjective and personal. If you want to buy this recording, chances are, you are already on your important journey toward self-improvement and life-discovery and know what to do and look for. Beck’s method is certainly worth trying: it might work for some and be unacceptable to others. I personally liked it and did retain some important concepts from it that, hopefully, will prove useful in the years ahead. I am very open to testing and learning from everything. My only problem with this recording is the recording itself: being an audiobook, obviously, voice is everything. And unfortunately, Beck delivers his lines half-barking in your ears: he does not have a soothing voice or tone… on the contrary, his drastic, commandeering, over-the-top self-confident tone, tends to create anxiety rather than helping getting rid of it. The “pleb” British accent does not help either. Such voice would be perfect for sports training, cut-throat business motivational talks… But when it comes to meditation and self/other-loving I prefer a more relaxed, relaxing, sweet, gentle, slow, low-tone voice. (Wonderful Louise Hay or Thich Nhat Nanh come to mind as perfect examples of how magnificently warm human voices can be.) AGAIN, it’s very subjective: maybe other people find Beck’s voice just what makes it all click for them.
Another little glitch is that Beck makes two mistakes (slips of the tongue?) on two different occasions during the guided-hypnosis session—that is the most important part of this audiobook, to which you listen once and then go back daily to practice the guided-meditation session for three weeks. These small mistakes invariably disrupt the full enjoyment of the process. Lastly, after the guided-hypnosis session the recording ends abruptly with the cold, matter-of-fact, half-barked reminder “This is the end of the hypnosis session. Rewind the tape, blah blah blah…” AND THIS ALWAYS MAKES ME JUMP! During the few minutes of guided-meditation, one actually relaxes and reaches a lovely “sleepy” mode of calm, inner quiet and peace (especially because I listen to it through headphones): so, I would have loved for the people who made this audiobook to give the listener some time to transition out of the meditation session. Perhaps a few minutes of soft transition music would have helped… Or simply, they could have ended the tape without adding anything else. This last flaw is actually really bad, because I am aware that the reminder/closing part is coming up and, not wanting to be caught unprepared, I tense up ready for the loud announcement.
What can I say? I wish the producers of this audiobook read this review and corrected these glitches. (In fact, Producers, call me! I have a great British standard accent ;) … Other than that, I do think that the method is worth trying. Beck means well and, in all truth, his message is not to be discarded. So, I thank him.
- Mitzi Hol