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Real people, real transformations! "Absolutely amazing! It completely shifts your paradigm for life. One of the most wonderful things about it is that the results are immediate. My whole perception and relationship to money has undergone a major, substantial change." —Chris Attwood, writer and teacher, California "I′ve spent most of my life trying to figure out what′s true and what′s real. I have to say I now have a clear glimpse into what it really is." —Tom Hill, Colorado " Before Busting Loose from The Money Game , I was very unhappy and frustrated in my life. I was driven to find more ways to make money. I changed jobs, cities, countries, went back to school, read books. Financially, the stress was causing anxiety attacks and migraines so severe I stayed in bed. The joy I feel now is priceless. Money is there when I need it, in the amount that′s needed, no matter what occurs (car repairs, unplanned trips, etc.). It′s absolutely amazing!" —Suresh Thakoor, Texas "As a retired professor on a fixed and limited income, I always lived from a tight budget and felt compressed by it–especially at the end of the year. I don′t use a budget anymore and have opened up new streams of income that were always closed to me in the past." —Howard Rovics, Connecticut "It opened a whole new dimension for me and shifted my perspective on life completely. I especially love how practical it is. The application is so simple, so effective . . . and fun!" —Doris Kahle, Hagen, Germany "I′d had a lot of success in the corporate arena, made a ridiculous amount of money and lost a ridiculous amount of money. But I was caught in a cycle of making it, losing it. I needed to break that cycle–for myself and my family–and this gave me the keys to do that. Busting Loose from The Money Game opened a window I had no clue even existed. This is very cutting–edge, a revolutionary approach to unwrapping yourself from limitations. If you′re not satisfied with where you are financially and you′re concerned about your future, get this book!" —Ben Coleman, Texas

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Real people, real transformations! "Absolutely amazing! It completely shifts your paradigm for life. One of the most wonderful things about it is that the results are immediate. My whole perception and relationship to money has undergone a major, substantial change." —Chris Attwood, writer and teacher, California "I′ve spent most of my life trying to figure out what′s true and what′s real. I have to say I now have a clear glimpse into what it really is." —Tom Hill, Colorado "Before Busting Loose from The Money Game, I was very unhappy and frustrated in my life. I was driven to find more ways to make money. I changed jobs, cities, countries, went back to school, read books. Financially, the stress was causing anxiety attacks and migraines so severe I stayed in bed. The joy I feel now is priceless. Money is there when I need it, in the amount that′s needed, no matter what occurs (car repairs, unplanned trips, etc.). It′s absolutely amazing!" —Suresh Thakoor, Texas "As a retired professor on a fixed and limited income, I always lived from a tight budget and felt compressed by it—especially at the end of the year. I don′t use a budget anymore and have opened up new streams of income that were always closed to me in the past." —Howard Rovics, Connecticut "It opened a whole new dimension for me and shifted my perspective on life completely. I especially love how practical it is. The application is so simple, so effective . . . and fun!" —Doris Kahle, Hagen, Germany "I′d had a lot of success in the corporate arena, made a ridiculous amount of money and lost a ridiculous amount of money. But I was caught in a cycle of making it, losing it. I needed to break that cycle—for myself and my family—and this gave me the keys to do that. Busting Loose from The Money Game opened a window I had no clue even existed. This is very cutting–edge, a revolutionary approach to unwrapping yourself from limitations. If you′re not satisfied with where you are financially and you′re concerned about your future, get this book!" —Ben Coleman, Texas


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  • Editeur : John Wiley & Sons (5 septembre 2006)
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Par franca le 8 décembre 2014
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Ce livre est tout smplement excellent. Il nous ouvre à d autres aspects cachés de nous mêmes. Approche radicale !
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Reading AND doing is the key 14 décembre 2006
Par Kkingme - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I read the book AND began using "The Process", as outlined in the book and since then, everything in my life has changed. I would LOVE to read more reviews by individuals who are actually doing both - not just reading it and trying to make vague associations to other teachings, or pick apart tiny concepts that have nothing to do with the big picture covered in the book.

Bob shares a process that has to do with reclaiming power, remembering who we truly are, reaffirming that truth, and dramatically increasing our levels of appreciation for ourselves and our creations. In order for us to reconnect to our true power and live without any limits whatsoever in this human game we have chosen to play, we first must realize we are not only living in an illusion (quantum physics finally made sense to me with this book although Bob just skims the surface of that topic), we are part of that illusion.

When we want to change, fix, or improve the hologram/illusion, we are judging it. By judging it, we are holding it to be true. We can't reclaim power from the illusion and believe it is true at the same time. This important concept is covered in detail in the book and has everything to do with truly busting loose from limits. If we cling to goal setting or dreams and the details on what to do next to move toward our goals, we are affirming the illusion is real. Bob encourages us to react to what is in our hologram and follow inspired action only, and never says anything about letting go, or ignoring what is in front of us. Everything is brought to our attention for a reason and by diving into the emotion that comes up as a result of what is in our illusion, and doing The Process he outlines in the book, we finally drain the power from the illusions we have held true; money has power over us, our jobs have power over us, relationships, health - you name it and this process works for it all. Guess what happens as you drain power from illusions? They begin to change!

By using The Process outlined in the book for over 6 months now, I have shifted from being consumed by planning and efforting to accomplish my plans, to only following what I am inspired to do, trusting in every action I take and - most importantly - totally and completely loving and appreciating everything I have created and feeling a joy in my being that I have never experienced before. This is the essence of Bob's teaching.

This book and the simplicity in which Bob communicates this powerful information is definitely not for everyone. It is for those who recognize there has been a piece of the puzzle missing from everything else you have read or studied or heard and you know you are REALLY ready to put that missing piece in place and begin living as you are meant to live - without limits of any kind. There's no smoke and mirrors, no lecturing, nothing you have to analyze. It is all so very simple...
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mixed feelings about this one... 18 octobre 2006
Par magicat - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I don't regret buying this book, as I received quite a lot of value from it, but at the same time I strongly disagree with some of his fundamental premises.

This book is difficult to summarise adequately, but basically he is saying - we create our reality (including our financial reality) with our minds. Our life experience is a illusory game created by what he calls our 'Expanded Self' - a larger, omnipotent creative intelligence, of which we are just a small aspect. This 'Human Game' is divided into 2 phases: Phase 1, which most people are stuck in, and Phase 2, which is the object of the processes in this book. Phase 1 appears to have rigid rules, and was purposely designed by our Expanded Self to convince us of our limitations and lack of power. When we are ready, we enter Phase 2, in which our Expanded Self leads us through the process of reclaiming our personal power and then 'busting loose' of the game. After busting loose, our desires & goals (including money) will fall into place with little effort, and we might even experience seemingly 'impossible' events, as the illusory nature of reality becomes apparent, and life no longer has to follow the usual rules.

What I liked about the book:

*I found it to be well written & some parts are very interesting & thought-provoking.

* The idea that our consciousness creates our reality is nothing new to me, and I'm already familiar with the holographic model of reality creation that he discusses. I've read many books on similar topics, most of which haven't really given me anything new. This book did at least take an approach I haven't encountered before, so I give it some credit for originality, even if there is much I disagree with. I can see how it could be a bit `far out' for some of those who are totally new to this kind of material.

*Scheinfeld offers four techniques which we can use to enter & progress through Phase 2, and even though I don't accept his notion of what Phase 2 should be like, I have found all of these techniques to be useful, and perhaps worth the price of book alone.

*I like his `no limit' thinking - he proposes a vision of what life could be like unencumbered by all the rules & regulations that most people accept as normal or just `how life is'. I do agree with him that our potential as conscious creators of our own realities is unlimited, and that so called `supernatural' or 'magical' events could be commonplace if only we could allow them, and it's good to see a writer who is unafraid to stick his neck out & make claims that probably sound preposterous to the average person (Star Trek's Q as a role model? - sounds good to me!)

* I also like his debunking of traditional ways of thinking about money, which I've always thought were rather unnecessary & limited too.

What I didn't like

*While the holographic model in general makes sense to me, I don't accept that the other people (or animals etc) in my life are purely my creation. I see them more as independent consciousnesses who are also creating their own holographic realities, some aspects of which intersect with my own (based on the law of attraction), thus contributing to our shared experiences. I do agree that no-one else can create in our experience however, and tend to think that people will show whatever side of themselves that we attract from them, so in that sense we do have control over the type of behaviours we attract from others.

*I don't agree that we're just pawns in a game set up by our Expanded Self for its own amusement. I don't really see any distinction between that Expanded Self & the `me' that is here experiencing this life - its power is mine, and my experiences from this self-created perspective are of value to it. We are on the leading edge, and we (the `expanded you' plus the personality you know as `you') are in control - together.

*I don't agree that the `busting loose' process has to be painful & traumatic. Nor do I agree we have to just passively wait for our Expanded Self to pop unpleasant events into our experience for us to react to. It's perfectly possible to reclaim our power & release inner resistance without all the trauma & drama. The journey to freedom & personal power can be a pleasant one.

*Scheinfeld says that what we experience doesn't matter - it's no better to be wealthy than to be poor, or to have good relationships rather than bad ones. While I agree that it's unhealthy to be inflexible & to get overly attached to specific outcomes, and that any event can be a valuable learning experience, I can't accept that our desires and preferences have no value (just the opposite in fact - what's the point of being a deliberate creator without a personally defined, constantly evolving purpose towards which we can direct our energies?). Life may be an illusion, but some aspects of that illusion are undoubtedly more pleasant than others, so why not focus on attracting/creating the pleasant experiences that we prefer?

I would also add - this is not a 'mainstream' financial advice book (which you've probably guessed from the above comments!). You won't find advice about what actions to take to make money (there are plenty of other books on how to manage your money, choose investments etc), nor is it about the psychology of wealth in the usual sense (I like the Rich Dad Poor Dad series for that aspect of wealth building). It presents a metaphysical approach that requires an open-minded willingness to suspend disbelief and the need for 'proof', so if you're just looking for advice on how to get rich in the traditional ways, or are someone who isn't willing to consider a new idea unless it has been scientifically validated, this isn't the book for you!

I could go on, but won't! Scheinfeld is presenting his model of reality here, which is apparently working for him, and which seems to work well for many others too, but his model might not be the best approach for everyone. He's not saying - this is absolutely how it is & you must agree. It's just one perspective on the purpose & mechanics of this physical life experience. All in all, I can't give this book a terrible review, or a glowing one. As with any book or other information source, the best approach is to take what resonates with you, and discard the rest.

Personally, I like to forge my own path, but in terms of external teachings I strongly recommend the Abraham-Hicks material to anyone who is open-minded enough to accept that they are capable of creating an unlimited reality (including unlimited wealth), but who also prefers an easy-going, joyous path, in which they are in control and which is not fraught with trauma and unpleasant `learning' experiences!
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I finally found IT!!! 3 mars 2007
Par Faye - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Without exaggeration I can honestly say this is the best book I've ever read! I've been reading about positive thinking and prosperity for MANY years and by many different authors. They're all about the same. They tell you to visualize, say your affirmations, think positively, and add emotion to it all so that it will come true. To tell you the truth, I'm not that much of an "emotional" person and found it very difficult to really get into it. While these other books have value, especially if you're just starting out, they lost their punch for me a long time ago. The strategies in them worked for me a little bit part of the time. Now I know why! Bob explains it all in THIS book. This book is the greatest. It takes you way beyond those others in a great way that puts you in control of your life. Where I was always feeling wishy-washy with the other methods like "The Secret" and many others, and I couldn't get a handle on exactly where I should start, what I should be doing, etc. I mean, should I be making lists, figuring out which goals are most important to me and focus on them first? I wanted lots of different things and would find myself scattered. I'm not scattered anymore! Busting Loose From The Money Game has me focused, content, excited and feeling good about my life. And it's totally cool when you start moving into what he calls Phase 2. Weird things really do start happening. Reality is not as solid as we used to think, and if you get there yourself you'll see what I'm talking about. I'm the kind of person that always believed in magic. I always knew it was out there.....I just couldn't tap into it. I couldn't find the door. Bob leads you right to the door and dares you to knock on it. Don't worry, it's very easy. There is nothing hard about the process to get where you're going. If you want to tap into the real magic you must do yourself a favor and get this book. And if you're reading this and nodding then you're ready for the journey :)
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I Thought I Had Gone Crazy, Gone Insane, Gone off the Deep End 11 novembre 2006
Par Skin Geek - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
And that's probably what I've been looking for... at least in a book anyway.

When I finished reading and started applying the teachings laid out in this book I honestly thought my head was rammed over with a huge truck and went into deep paralyzing psychological shock. (And this is not because I'm a "newbie" to this... I'm a veteran of new age philosophies and quite the amateur scholar in Theories of Knowledge and world religions) But I'm intensely curious and thus am particularly drawn to outrageous yet "self-rounded" philosophies such as what Bob proposes here.

If Bob did not have Fortune 500 credentials, had he not made references to his powerful and prestigious "circle of influence," and had not researched deeply into academics, psychological and philosophial subject matters prior to writing this book I probably would have dismissed his new proposal as just another one of those shammy "New Age Success Gurus".

But whether he actually is one or not, the creativity that shines through in this book is extremely refreshing and definitely worth the read.

A lot of this book cleverly "renames" or "reassigns" New Age attraction/vibration/resolving subconscious blockage teachings into different costumes. However, there is much more to the book.

It is a fascinating story and an immensely shocking ride... it's better than any theme park I've ever gone to.

Prior to this book I've been deeply immersed for years in what Bob calls "Phase 1 Teachings of Success" such as all authors enlisted here by other reviewers, Law of Attraction, Manifestation vibration, truth about the universe, EFT, Visualization, Brainwave Entrainment (Holosync equivalents), reframing subconscious blockers, Abundance principals, being in tune with your feelings because that's what you attract and manifest in your life, etc etc prior to this book.

As Bob indicated, despite my diligent application of all these teachings, effects and successes are spotty at best. I do have moments of extreme luck, happiness, fantasy-like romantic encounters, and bursts of unexpected cash. However, I am still stuck in many areas of my life and have been trying everything I could get my hands on to overcome these hurdles and to reach consistency in my results.

A lot of the missing pieces from practicing the so called "Phase 1" philosophies were "reasoned out" in Bob's book brilliantly. I don't yet know what the applicatory effects are of Bob's teachings but at least on an intellectual level, his story explains everything in a fairly satisfying and truly fascinating manner.

Some "reasoning gems" include: "the greatest power is hidden where you experience the most intense discomfort". How clever! Power is hidden in all the opiatic dogma that we are deeply bound in: fear of being overtly lavish, fear that there's not enough, fear being egotistical, fear of power, fear being hurt, fear hurting others, fear acting in certain ways because of "x", frowning upon such and such behavior, getting emotionally tied up into a lot of complexities of our surroundings, etc etc... these are all where we've invested vast, enormous energy to keep us "limited" in a world we've created for ourselves.

Just to be more clear, "limited" is NOT negative. You can choose your own life and your own experiences. ANY "manifestation" is a "limitation," whether it's exhaltation or shame, wealth or poverty, happiness or sadness, in love or woeful heartbreak, anxiety or peace, creativity/productivity or lethargy. These are equal manifestations.

You simply cannot experience any of that unless the "substance of universe" "collapse" into such "events and feelings". (Read Holographic Universe for a more robust and scientific explanation of this process)

Another tricky part to this book is what a lot of people seem to "miss" and get very angry about... that you don't "do anything" and go into "deep denial" of the hologram (i.e. your physical environment, events, etc). What I clearly got from the book was the exact opposite. It is more about facing your worst fears directly in the face and TRIUMPHING over it.

It's not really about "not doing anything," it's really about reclaiming power and rewiring your negative beliefs and apparent "weaknesses", turning these "downfalls" into life's triumphs, and taking on the world, and your destiny, with a completely new, zesty perspective. You do not go proactively "defending" and "hiding" yourself so to speak, you are more than welcome and much encouraged to do anything that truly inspires you, take pride in, and reflects the most of your "authentic" self.

When Scheinfeld mentions "do nothing" it's more like telling yourself to really take a hard look at your own actions before you do something, you are really taking a hard, straight, honest look at every single thing you do, seeing if such actions arose out of fear, guilt, self-depreciation, protective reflex, etc, and facing those negative emotions, growing out and above them, and then taking those actions that you really feel motivated, inspired, happy, and proud to perform.

I don't know whether Bob's applicatory system works or not but the book is definitely worth reading for the philosophy and story alone.

[update: I've been applying the tools for almost two months and the deep transformations that took place and self-understanding is truly mind-blowing. Also, little details in my life that I used to take for granted and get angry at are now extremely amusing and even more fascinating than the most intense chess competition. It really brought a whole new flavor to my life and gave me more courage, confidence, and willingness to take on obstacles than ever before.]

This book tied in my experiences and understandings of Vipassana, meditation, Buddhist principals, some bits and pieces of Christianity, and a big load of the "New Age" spirituality teachings, with Bob's very own added pizzaz.

I'm particularly drawn to this book perhaps because of my personality, take movies for example.

Three of my favorite movies are Pixar's "Monsters, Inc." (for the emotions = source of power), The Incredibles (Superpower forced into limitation and then the journey of rediscovering and reclaiming superpower), and "Toy Story 2", where "things happening beneath the apparent surface" and "things happening behind your back, outside of your daily accepted observations" run as the central core. The Busting Loose book along with the Holographic Universe by Michael Talbot are like the intellectual/adult versions of those two heart-warming, deeply inspiring movies.

In Monsters, Inc, the greatest power lies in childrens' fear and joy. Childrens screams and laughter were so powerful that the energy was used to run entire cities. In the Toy Story series, Toys have a life of their own outside of human observation. Our mind is truly a master of tricks that fools us every single moment we exercise the 5 senses so that we may "experience life".

Understanding this key point (probably not new to most, but the impact that comes through with the way Bob delivers it sheds a brand new light) and adding other vibrational techniques (gratitude, attention to feelings, and blocker removal, essentially) gives Bob's contribution to the industry a distinct, lasting flavor.

5 Stars for the book
4 stars for application/practicality (difficult at first but gets VERY fun and simple)
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Interesting but SEVERELY FLAWED and CONTRADICTORY! 3 décembre 2006
Par Monica Main - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Compared to the other reviews with 4- and 5-stars, you'll probably, at a first glance, think that I'm close-minded and not understanding of the point Robert Scheinfeld was trying to make. NOT SO!

My background: I grew up surrounded by Hinduism, both parents being ordained priests, and being a vegetarian from birth (and still am). Growing up in Chicago as a white girl with Hinduistic beliefs and being a vegetarian (in the 70s and early 80s) wasn't the "norm" to say the least.

I've been on a "quest" for my spirituality and have sampled a lot of different "self-help" authors and their points of view from Stuart Wilde (my favorite and the one that makes the most sense), Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Anthony Robbins, Swami Yogananda, Joe Vitale, Esther Hicks, Silvia Brown, Lynn Grabhorn, Guy Finley and many others.

Trust me when I say that I try very hard to see the best in every book and learn whatever I can with an open mind.

This book started off fantastic. Robert Scheinfeld is a very good author in illustrating things to make them interesting, fun to learn, and to stick in your brain. Very good on his part.

I agree that none of this world is "real" and that it's sort of a Matrix-type set-up. But I also know that we've "forgotten" how powerful and connected to the "source" we are in order to fulfill a pre-planned experience we set up before we got here for whatever learning we chose at the time. This "forgetting" was entirely on purpose and part of the purpose of being here.

Robert Scheinfeld lost me in Chapter 11 when he contradicts himself. He leads you to believe that you are doing these exercises to create a different life for yourself. Then he drops the bomb by stating that you will no longer have any goals, desires, dreams, etc. because those are all considered "judgments."

What?!

What a minute! Here's the deal: We all come here for the PURPOSE of experiencing certain events, goals, dreams, etc. for part of our lessons, re-discovering our ability to create from the source, etc. That's part of the "experience" we signed up for. Robert Scheinfeld claims that this is all like a movie -- not real -- and we need to remember that. Fine. But the purpose of going to a movie is to be ENTERTAINED, to LEARN SOMETHING, etc. Not to think the whole time to yourself, "This isn't real, this isn't real."

The contradiction comes into play when he states that Busting Loose from the Money Game is basically by ignoring it altogether (okay, fine), pretending it's not there (harder to do, but okay), and no longer having any goals. How is that possible? Why would anyone want to live like that? Remember, we came here for EXPERIENCES of our liking. Yet, each time we choose a goal or want to do something, Robert calls it "judgment" and that's wrong, according to him.

I guess each of us is supposed to sit around, do what we feel (as he states), have no direction, and let the tide take us wherever. Yet, if you're constantly banishing inspired action because you think it's judgment (for wanting to do something), that means you actually sit around and do nothing all the time.

If he believes this is the way to live, good for him. I wanted to buy it but he lost me around the part where if you do have a goal or desire, it's called "judgment" and that's "wrong." Nothing is "wrong" when we're here in this world playing "house" and trying to experience and learn something. That's why we're here, remember.

The basic premise of what I think he was trying to get at is not to be emotionally attached to money, things, power, etc. Just LET GO and don't react emotionally to it. Guy Finley does a much better job explaining this with The Secret to Letting Go (recommended). You can't "Bust Loose" from the "Money Game" because it will ALWAYS be around us (unless you want to live in the woods like the Unibomber).

Instead of ignoring it like it doesn't exist (when it clearly does), it's better to play the game, enjoy it, have desires (that don't control you), and LET GO of any outcomes (emotionally) so it DOESN'T rule your life.

I hope this helps anyone who is considering the purchase of this book. Many blessings to you.
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