With the proliferation of books like "The Secret," we now know that what we think appears in the world as what we see there. So how come we're having such a hard time holding the thoughts we want to hold? How come we take on a positive thought only to find, moments or days later, that we're back to the same old thought and seeing the same old results we've always seen. In this groundbreaking book, David Friedman gives us the missing piece, the real secret to identifying the underlying thoughts we're actually thinking, exchanging them, and being able to stay with them and see the results we've always wanted to see but never knew how to achieve.
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~ Rogue Cinema, Film Magazine
"The people in "The Secret" each have a piece of the puzzle, but the main piece was still missing. I think I just found that piece. A breakthrough new film called "The Thought Exchange".
~ Joanna Ammons, Yahoo Contributor Network
"This is the type of movie that needs to be watched more than once in order to glean everything possible from it. It is a thought-provoking learning experience, and I look forward to watching it again, and reading the book as well."
~ MichiGal, Film Critic
"Friedman challenges what some have called the New Thought Movement's suggestion that the best way to know that you are on the right path to manifesting your best Life is if it feels good. I found it to be a very illuminating film!"
~ Rayn Gryphon, Cosmic Heaven
"Friedman has an intelligent and common sense approach for breaking through the blocks so many people have with manifesting positive change. There is hope for you if you think there is and believe it. If you think there's always hope, then watch this and you won't be disappointed." ~ Ken Thompson
"I knew there was still more to be gained and The Thought Exchange has given me a path or a mental model to break past the plateau I had reached. Thank you David for using your life as a study of thought. You've produced a very practical tool." ~ Renee Mickler
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