Saturday, February 2, 2019

Book Review: 'Feel Free to Prosper' by Marilyn Jenett

Prosperity mentor and author Marilyn Jenett is an accomplished entrepreneur. She overcame her own "lack" consciousness to create her former business, Marilyn Jenett Locations, a special event company that attracted the largest corporate clients and major media publicity for two decades. In 2003, she founded the popular Feel Free to Prosper® program to teach others to become aligned with Universal laws and accept their right to prosper.

As Marilyn states when describing her teachings, “From the time I began teaching, I noticed that my average student achieved a breakthrough from the first lesson within two weeks - often much sooner. I later heard that current psychological research showed it could take as little as two weeks to begin creating a new neural pathway in the brain. My students have been consistently right on cue. Quite simply, the techniques work, and they work fast. The teachings address a critical component and missing link that most other books and programs do not: overcoming the resistance of the subconscious mind. The reason most people, even those who are well-versed in attraction and prosperity laws, do not manifest easily comes down to the resistance of the subconscious mind and the core beliefs that keep you stuck in “lack” rather than prosperity, whether we are talking about income, health, or abundance in any other forms. Through what I call ‘friendly persuasion,’ you will learn to use special techniques and the power of words to persuade rather than argue with the subconscious and gently coerce the mind to accept new dominant thoughts to take root in the fertile soil. Most importantly, this will bridge the gap between having an intellectual grasp of the prosperity principles - which many people do, but to no avail - and instilling a subconscious acceptance of them.” While all the constants of her Program are not covered in this excellent book, the precis is here - the tenor of Marilyn's thoughts are cogent and will likely inspire the reader to continue with her full program.

If this sounds like empty rhetoric, then buy this book, read even the first few chapters, and you WILL notice change. The goal – alignment with the universal parent! Grady Harp, April 16

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