Lynn Grabhorn was a student of the way in which thought and feelings format our lives. She was the author of the New York Times bestseller, Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting. In the book, she introduces readers to the Law of Attraction and clarifies why most of our dreams have never materialized. With explanations, examples, and easy steps, she shows how to turn it all around.
Grabhorn increased her income 830 percent in just one year by following the principles in Excuse Me. She has written a number of other books to help people complete their understanding of our universe and figure out where they want to end up. Her first book, Beyond the Twelve Steps, has been highly praised. She also created a guide to the Excuse Me book, called “Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting” Playbook.
Raised in Short Hills, New Jersey, Grabhorn moved to California in 1963, the same year she joined Alcoholics Anonymous.
Lynn Grabhorn began her working life in advertising in New York City and then became the founder and manager of an audiovisual educational publishing company in Los Angeles. To find the nearest study or support group to help maintain the focus of her life-changing principles, visit her website at www.lynngrabhorn.com.
• We create by feeling, not by thought. That’s right. We get what we get by the way we feel, not by trying to slug things into place or control or minds.
• The Law of Attraction, like attracts like [like frequencies attract like frequencies]—is absolute (and has nothing to do with personalities). No one lives beyond this law because it is the law of the universe.
• The real reality is we have come here to thrive and prosper and live this grand human experience in lighthearted joy, not in struggle and pain…and to harvest our desires in the absolute knowledge that we can have it all once we learn how to handle our energies, meaning, our emotions.
• The truth is, in our everyday natural state, we have the sacred ability to maneuver this thing called “our life” to be any way we want it to be. Any way! Bar nothing!
The best way to get started with Lynn Grabhorn is to read her book, Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting. In it, she introduces us to the Law of Attraction and explains why most of our dreams have never materialized. In the opening chapter, she sets the tone of the book:
We reach out anywhere and everywhere for relief from the tedium and struggle of daily living, yet the vast majority of us are still looking. How come? How come we’ve never learned the simple secret to living the good life, whatever that may represent to us? How come we continue to whack and scratch like frantic mad dogs to get what we want, when all along the key to obtaining our innermost desires has been as elemental as life itself?
If you really think that things come to you by some stroke of good or bad luck, or by accident, or coincidence, or by knocking your brains out against some very unsympathetic stone walls, then get a grip. This book could be dangerous to your discontent.
Grabhorn shows us how to create the lives that we want. She says, “What comes to us has nothing to do with what we’re doing physically, or how worthy we are, or how good we are, or what our nonexistent destiny may be. It has only to do with how we are vibrating! Which means feeling, which means attracting. Period!”
In the book, Grabhorn defines four steps to help you bring into your life whatever is your passion:
Step 1: Identify what you DON’T want.
Step 2: From that, identify what you DO want.
Step 3: Get into the feeling place of what you want.
Step 4: Expect, listen, and allow it to happen.
The steps appear to be simple and counterintuitive to many things that we have learned in the past. But the system works. The book teaches us how to sense energy by checking in with the attached emotion around or behind a given situation. In Excuse Me, Your Life is Waiting, Grabhorn teaches us to use the steps and how to manifest what we want in our lives. In a nutshell, we get what we dwell on.