Read Life on Earth: Understanding Who We Are, How We Got Here and What May Lie Ahead Online Free - What’s happening in the world lately? ? How can I be happy when so many are not? ? Is life about learning lessons or passing tests? Following your heart or taking what’s served to you? ? What’s real? What matters? Who says? Who cares? ? How do we know or find our purpose?
Many of us ask ourselves these questions, and many more, as we go through our days and try to make sense of our lives. Mike Dooley asks them too, except . . . his questions get answered. Wisely. Compassionately. Fully. One such answer explained its source, stating that we all have a higher self within that predates this life and will live beyond it, and thus it knows a whole lot more than we do at “street level” about where we’ve been, why we’re here, and what will likely happen next on planet Earth.
Life on Earth takes the form of a journal in which Mike asks what’s on his mind during pivotal times in his life. As one of today’s most respected New Thought leaders and reality theorists, he offers a lofty platform for this wide-ranging dialogue that powerfully expands our perspectives on essential truths, taking on topics such as:
* Why and how to see through the “illusions” of life on earth
* How to make sense of natural disasters and manmade tragedies
* Living deliberately, creating consciously, and finding your power
* Wealth, relationships, “past lives,” and the evolution of consciousness
* The ultimate reason for life on earth and elsewhere (it’s shockingly simple)
These are questions asked from the heart with a cautious, even suspicious, mind. Mike explores the subtleties of the replies in depth and detail using his trademark wit and realism in this intrepid explorer’s guide to the jungles of time and space.
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December 05, 2016
Nothing could be easier than living in a world where your thoughts become things…as long as you know what all of your 60,000 thoughts per day are, none are in contradiction, and the beliefs that give rise to those thoughts are empowering, abundant, and preferably rooted in the Truths of Being.
February 04, 2017
More like 1.5 stars. Dooley's over exuberance about "thoughts become things" went on and on. It got annoying and I found myself skimming over the book than really reading it. While I believe that if I really want something that I have to put my mind, body, and soul into it, I don't buy into "The...
May 23, 2017
Good, good stuff in this book. Much of it I knew, yet it is always great to read it again and by someone new. I did feel some of his writing was not sharp and crisp. I don't always get it if things aren't answered clearly. Sometimes I would read the question and then have no idea what his answer...
January 02, 2017
Just what was needed
Mike Dooley has done his magic again... from my perspective, of course. The information isn't new, the knowledge is eternally present. However, Mr. Dooley expresses this age old knowledge with such joy, exuberance and fantastic wording that my thoughts clarify, are supported,...
February 16, 2017
Dooley does those TUT-Notes from the Universe daily emails. He's a bit of a goof but I think his take on the universe is on the mark.
May 14, 2017
Not so sure I can relate enough to this viewpoint ... too 'New Age' for me ... This book seems to relate to the work I am reading by Robert Lanza i.e. the involvement of consciousness in the creation of the universe. Dooley's take on that involvement is intriguing but too 'simplified' for me to f...
August 17, 2017
This guy says he knows the answers to all the important questions because it's so easy and he knows it from the depths of his own mind .... Really? He writes some general bullshit about the world and how we can achieve love, happiness and what else if we want it. Such gibberish is a waste of time...
June 06, 2017
Great advice and suggestions for living in the now, ceasing "worry" and expanding daily consciousness but nothing really new to me. I listened on Audible and would have preferred reading a hard copy so I could skim where needed.
May 18, 2017
I love Mike Dooley's books. He is so full of excitement. Some good lessons to keep in mind.
June 24, 2017
Interesting. This book was a VERY hard read--not sure why? Maybe the author's writing style. I read it in small chunks, because otherwise it felt like too much to absorb.