Florence Scovel Shinn profoundly altered the approach to personal growth and spiritual exploration. This collection features all four of her classic works, offering a wealth of affirmations and success stories.
The Game of Life and How to Play It
First published in 1925, The Game of Life and How to Play It has inspired thousands of people to find a sense of purpose. Florence Scovel Shinn asserts that life is not a battle but a game of giving and receiving. Whatever we place into the world will eventually be returned to us. This audiobook will help listeners discover how the mind plays a leading role in the game of life.
Your Word Is Your Wand
Your Word Is Your Wand contains powerful affirmations that will help listeners obtain what they want in life and banish what they don't. As applicable today as it was in 1928, this critical guide has been a resource for many people seeking to improve their situations and conditions.
The Secret Door to Success
Florence Scovel Shinn established herself as one of the most practical prosperity writers of her era. The Secret Door to Success is a series of talks and lectures given by Shinn that will show listeners how to discover the secret knowledge of success through the power of spiritual law.
The Power of the Spoken Word
Words are powerful, life-changing tools. By focusing our attention on how we speak and think, we can change our lives for the better. The Power of the Spoken Word emphasizes the importance of affirmations to help listeners make the positive changes they've always wanted to make.
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Yes!!! You play to win the game!!!
Should be narrated by a woman...
The material is amazing, as I have read Mrs. Shinn's books. Although having a man narrate the audio book isn't the best choice, and to add to that, he sounds a bit racist when quoting a man from India, using a fake Indian accent. Not necessary!
A female who has read the book.
It would be great if you were to re-release this fine work with a female voice instead.
- Steven Pardoe