IN THE MEANTIME BOOK
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In the Meantime is a motivational book by Iyanla Vanzant. This book divides your love, relationships, and thinking into one all-encompassing analogy to a house. Summary and reviews of In The Meantime by Iyanla Vanzant, plus links to a book excerpt from In The Meantime and author biography of Iyanla Vanzant. In the Meantime by Iyanla Vanzant - “The most powerful spiritual healer, fixer, teacher on the planet.” —Oprah Winfrey The #1 national bestseller from the host.. .
The windows are so clouded by fear, self-doubt, and inaccurate information that the light of love cannot shine through. In the meantime, we keep looking through the foggy window, trying to convince ourselves that what we see is the real thing.
It's not, and we know it, but we can't seem to figure out what to do until the real thing comes along.
April 16, 2012
What we must do is clean. We must clean the windows, floors, walls, closets, and corners of our mind. We must mop and sweep away the stuff that trips us up, keeps us confused, and makes the meantime miserable.
In this book, Iyanla Vanzant tells us how we can do this thorough mental housekeeping. If we do a good job of it, the light will come through. Once that happens, our spirits will shine, bringing in the light of true love and happiness.
From Chapter One She was not looking for him. He was not looking for her. As a matter of fact, they were both somewhat attached to other people. Yet, the minute they saw each other, their body parts began to twitch, and their eyes began to sparkle.
The meantime was brewing. They worked their way across the room, neither aware that the other was doing the same thing. He spoke first. No, she did.
In The Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You Want
She asked him a silly question to which he and his twitching body parts were more than willing to respond. He ducked his attachment.
She ducked hers. They needed some time to talk.
In the Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You Want
They did, and they laughed, something neither of them seemed to do very often with their attachments. Watching re-runs of Law and Order is her joy. Spending time with her grandchildren and doing her own laundry is what keeps her grounded.
Knowing that she is on purpose; loving what she does; doing everything with excellence; is what Iyanla Vanzant says makes her the woman that she is today. In the Meantime: Finding Yourself and the Love You Want.
Iyanla Vanzant. Fix My Life that answers the question: You know where you want to be, but you have no clue how to get there. You know exactly what you want in life, but what you want is nowhere in sight.
Perhaps your vision is unclear, your purpose still undefined. On top of it all, your relationships, particularly your romantic relationships, are failing.
Book Review: In the Meantime
If these scenarios feel familiar way down in the deepest part of your gut—then you, my dear, are smack dab in the middle of the meantime. Every living being wants to experience the light of love.
The problem is that our windows are dirty!Once you find love, true self-love, and unconditional love for everyone all the time, things will look, feel, and be a lot better.
We also believe that we are separate from God.
Book Review: In the Meantime
Vanzant's program for self-improvement is presented through a house-cleaning analogy that occasionally grows strained whereby one progresses from basement to attic in a series of steps that begin with becoming aware of personal problems and learning how to solve them.
If you find yourself in the basement or in a basement type of relationship where you believe you are a victim, where you feel that your survival is at risk, where you are focusing on every unpleasant thing that has happened in your life--STOP!
Interesting perspectives. It could very well be that you are repeating what you heard or doing what you saw being done when you were a child.
You know exactly what you want in life, but what you want is nowhere in sight. Love is our identity. At those times, you were not concerned about what might happen or what could happen. At the moment, I've lent it on to a fellow friend, telling him that perhaps it would help him to understand me better, silently planting a seed that it may assist his journey as well.