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“I have seldom read a book that so clearly leaves the reader to better un-
derstand the incredible relationship between the conscious and subconscious
areas of the mind. I highly recommend it.”
—Jack Canfield, Co-author of the
Chicken Soup for the Soul
and a featured teacher in “The Secret.”
“This book has the power and capacity to totally change your life! I guarantee it.”
—George Zimmer, Executive Chairman, Men’s Wearhouse
“Sometimes a book comes along that offers the reader a life changing oppor-
tunity. Murphy and Jensen have written one that does just that. I know from
first hand experience how you can improve your life by putting to work the
principles and concepts contained in
Beyond the Power of Your Subconscious
. If you are going to read one book this year, make it this one.”
—Howard Behar, President, Starbucks Coffee International, retired
“The root cause of human suffering is often thought to lie outside us. And yet,
as Murphy and Jensen point out, it really lies within our subconscious mind.
So too, we are so clearly reminded, lies the source of great joy and possibility.
This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to wake up to their full-
est capacities. As the authors note, consciousness ‘brings guidance, freedom,
and peace of mind.’ The adventure of our unfolding potentials awaits us all.”
—Marilyn Mandala Schlitz, Ph.D., President/CEO,
Institute of Noetic Sciences.
“There is a musical form termed ‘call and response’ in which a distinct phrase
is played by one musician and a second phrase forms a commentary on or
a response to the first phrase. This mirrors a tradition characteristic of Afri-
can and African American Christian worship in which the speaker makes a
statement and the congregation responds with an affirmation, amplifying and
clarifying the initial statement. This work by Murphy and Jensen is an exqui-
site example of call and response—Murphy asserts, Jensen elucidates. Their
subject matter may have sometimes been dismissed as too far out or not based
on verifiable scientific evidence, but in page after page the call is a clear, de-
claratory statement of conviction and the response is an offering of anecdotal
evidence which becomes increasingly compelling as the chapters accumulate.
If it is not enough to convince the skeptic, it is at least enough to shake the
certainty and smugness of its critics. Read this and sing!”
—Daniel K. Church, Ph.D., President, Bastyr University.