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The Power of Your Subconscious Mind

Written by: Joseph Murphy
Narrated by: Jason McCoy
Length: 6 hrs and 4 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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This classic by Dr. Murphy remains an all-time favorite. Written in a friendly, informal style, the author gently leads the listener to a greater understanding and appreciation of the power and function of the subconscious mind. As Dr. Murphy wrote, “The secret possessed by the great men of all ages was their ability to contact and release the powers of their subconscious mind.” In this book, he explains how you can, too!

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  • 03-11-19

Mispronunciations throughout

Reader mispronounces so many words. It is very distracting. There are other readers, pick a different one.

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A Real Eye Opener

The truths that are explained here are obviously timeless, yet forgotten by many. it is good to be reminded. that said, the reader for this audio book leaves a little to be desired. Given the 70+ books that he has recorded, you'd think he would be more familiar with, well, words. maybe this was his first book, but to pronounce Socrates as so-crate-eez is laughable, no really, I laughed every time he said it and there were myriad mistakes of kind. Still a great book, and I enjoyed the comedy relief.