I wanted to take a moment to truly thank you for your insight. I started reading your book Mindful Loving a couple weeks ago and couldn’t put it down. I am also listening to your CDs which are fabulous as well.
My boyfriend and I broke up in August after 11 years. I was devastated at the time. I tried to remain as positive as I could and focused on the fact that I would learn a great deal because of the break up. I intended to learn from it, I put those thoughts into the universe. Through those thoughts, I was led to your book and the CDs, and they have changed my life forever.
I can now see how my perceptions and thoughts led to our destruction. And as painful as it has been, I am thankful for the breakup because it led me to your valuable insight and information. Without this knowledge, we would not have been happy in our relationship for the long haul. I am hopeful that we will get back together as we have a true, empowering love for one another, we just got off track with our inherit belief systems, and I am certain that my negative thoughts were a huge contributor.
I continue to send my ex boyfriend love everyday through my thoughts and I expect nothing in return. On the days that I can do this successfully, it seems to really help turn things around, not just for me, but for us as a couple. Your book has shown me that he and I have a true meaningful love and I hope we can rectify, but if not, I realize that I have the love within myself and will be find without him as my partner.
I intend to continue to study your material everyday, and I want to keep your information fresh in my mind and live by the principles daily. They are so very powerful.
Thank you so much for your help!!! I’m very lucky that I was led to your information. :)
Sending you lots of love.
Dear Dr. Grayson,
Thank you for such a cohesive presentation of information in Mindful Loving. Hearing from such an authority on the subject that we do indeed have the capability of manifesting our reality through our own thoughts inspired confidence in beginning a change. The effect on my life was immediately noticeable once you gave light to a hunch I couldn’t truly believe was possible for so long. I commend your efforts, and look forward to a better life. Thank you.
Dear Dr. Grayson,
I just want you to know that your book has literally saved my life and my relationships. I buy the book for friends, and I constantly refer to the book when I am going through difficulties. I’ve had numerous miracles happen big and small because of your work.
I started using the EMDR, using the New Physics of Love and use that over and over. It’s hard to relay to you the relief that comes and the gratitude for your book with a lifetime of relationship trauma and pain. My father left when I was 4, and died when I was 13 and my relationships with men have always entailed them leaving or cheating on me, reflecting my father’s not being there. Your book and the thought monitoring and other techniques you offer have so often given me (and the other person) relief and hope!
Although I still have a long way to go, the book has been an ever present help in times of trouble. I have made small flash cards for myself with quotes from the book that I bring with me everywhere. I think that would be a great product for you to have, so people have an immediate reminder in difficult situations. Anyway, I’ve had your book for a number of years now and just thought, why not take a minute to let you know how vital, how transforming your work has been for me. With so much gratitude, God Bless you for writing the book!
It starts with me. That was my thought as I sat at the bookstore struggling with the thought of yet another failed marriage. Tears streamed down my cheeks as I hid behind a stack of books. Each book presenting me with a question, should I concentrate on my marriage or myself? Each time the answer was “my marriage.” I found myself opening a door to more blame directed at my husband. I then decided change had to start from within. Our so I had heard. Me it is! For over 20 years I had been struggling with debilitating panic attacks, rage and episodes of mania as I feared men. Today fighting to catch my breath, had to be the day I did something different.
I settled quickly on Mindful Loving. It seemed to help me focus on myself, but also feel like the greater good was towards my marriage. It was a terrific choice. As I sat and voraciously gulped down the first few chapters, along with a comforting piece of cheesecake my symptoms got instantly worse. I have always known things have to get worse before they get better. I must be onto something as my stomach filled with butterflies and my fight or flight response to began to rattle my agitated body around in the chair. I forced myself to stay put and allow my ego to take the confrontation it needed so badly. As I answered the questions of whether I was in an ego based marriage or a spiritual one, I could take no more. I had officially been called out. I wondered what this meant and how I would ever turn myself around.
I sadly took myself to the mall in hopes of finding a new outfit or something to make me happy. Nothing looked even remotely interesting. I moped around the store shelves wondering what to do and then realized that a first step I could take was to call my husband and offer an olive branch. We had been fighting all day, verbally attacking one another left and right and I wondered what good my call would do. I sent a few good thoughts his way and then dialed. Shockingly he answered with kindness. Not his usual, your bothering me at work voice. That got me excited. Wow it was working already. The girls are out for the night. I said but I know you need to work late. He always worked late as an avoidance of more conflict. We then talked about the day and got off the phone. My heart sank a bit as I remembered thte days he would have rushed me out for a date night. I moped a bit more and suddenly my cell rang. See you at 7, he said. My heart flitted. I felt like a school girl again. It was not perfect, we still felt the pain of the emotional bruises, and the fear of getting close again, but it was a baby step.
Since then I have felt my ego asking me why I am doing all the work. The agitation from past hurts comes up and wants to be discussed which usually leads to mayhem. I am fighting with every breath to be the one helping not hurting. I finally had to ask myself, do I want to be happy or do I want to be right?
Mindful loving has become my life line after separating from my husband after 6 years together. I jumped into dating with the wrong mind-set, now I am back on track after reading the book. It resonates with everything I believe in and puts it all into workable practices for everyday living. Thanks for sharing your insights.
I simply want to thank you for “Mindful Loving”. I have just finished it and will be starting it again tomorrow. It has done wonders to help me, a man that has struggled with my ego voice and almost ruined a very special relationship. We are back on track and Mindful Loving is our guide for allowing our love to be all it can be. The ideas and principals you present have changed me deeply and significantly for the better. There is no way I could ever thank you enough.
I don’t know if you collect testimonials, but I just wanted to let you know that I read your book several times this year to address issues in my relationship with my boyfriend (I’m 39 and never been married).