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Publisher's Summary

You don’t have to be a victim of time any longer.

No matter how much we try to plan ahead and organize our to-do lists, everyone seems to face the same universal struggle: there’s never enough time. But what if time, that supposedly linear, inevitable phenomenon, isn’t what you think it is? What if you could actually have all the time in the world - and more?

With her groundbreaking audiobook All the Time in the World, researcher Lisa Broderick reveals the new science of time so you can master it for yourself.

Drawing from physics, quantum law, and psychological theory, Broderick will help you shift your fixed constructs around time into something more fluid and malleable. Then, with dozens of step-by-step practices, you’ll learn to put theory into action and become the master of your own experience of time. Highlights include: 

  • Learn powerful, science-based practices for stretching and bending time to meet your personal needs
  • Understand the quantum laws that govern our experience of time
  • Explore the moments you’ve already felt time “slowing down” - and learn to consciously create this experience on demand
  • Why time is not the unchanging linear property of human experience we believe it to be
  • Flow states and getting in the zone - how to alter your perceptions, increase focus, and accomplish your goals
  • Healing the past by “time traveling” through your perceptions
  • How “experiencing your life in advance” can help you manifest the future outcomes
  • Discover why upgrading your relationship with time is the secret to creating the reality you desire and living without limitations

“Our ability to influence our experience of time is the key to doing what we are here to do,” says Broderick. “As you liberate yourself from the illusion of time as we know it, you will become a confident creator of your own reality. You have all the time in the world.”

©2021 Lisa Broderick (P)2021 Sounds True

Critic Reviews

All the Time in the World is a deep and profound exploration of who we really are and the limitless nature of our potential to create a miraculous life. Through courageously sharing her personal journey combined with her impeccable scientific research, Lisa Broderick pulls the curtain back on how we can joyfully and lovingly live in alignment with our true purpose. I highly recommend you read this book.” (Jack Canfield, coauthor of number one New York Times best seller Chicken Soup for the Soul® and The Success Principles™)

All the Time in the World shows you how to have a life that’s beyond what you can imagine. Anyone can benefit from the powerful insights offered in this book.” (Debra Poneman, founder and CEO of Yes to Success, award-winning speaker, and best-selling author) 

“One of the most profound revelations offered by the founders of quantum physics is that the material world is an illusion derived from our conscious mind, which physicists refer to as the observer effect. Integrating personal experiences and experiments in consciousness with frontier physics research on the observer effect, Lisa Broderick’s All the Time in the World weaves a bridge between the realm of consciousness and the material world. Broderick’s assessment of the observer effect offers a path by which thoughts, emotions, and actions shape our perceived reality. Knowledge is power. The knowledge offered in All the Time in the World provides a guide for self-empowerment - an opportunity to become the creator of your world and not a victim of your fate.” (Bruce H. Lipton, PhD, author of New York Times best seller The Biology of Belief, recipient of the 2009 Goi Peace Award, and distinguished researcher emeritus, Stanford University School of Medicine) 

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Thank you so much Lisa Broderick

Your experiences reinforced the teachings of Neville Goddard, Esther Hicks, and Angel Experts : Love is the most powerful energy in the universe and our imagination creates.♥️♥️♥️

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A compelling guide to rewriting our relationship with time

I must agree with a previous negative reviewer who mentioned that the book is like a long physics lesson, a compendium of research reports. But I disagree that it’s boring. Within the spectrum of intuitive/artistic and scientific/concrete, I’d say I identify more with the intuitive side, but I find Lisa’s presentation here very exciting. It affirms many of the things I learn in energy training and also gives a grounded, well-researched argument. I also learn a couple new techniques I’m excited to try out. I’d love to listen a second time while taking notes to let the information marinate a bit more, but I only listened intuitively the first time and still found it very digestible. If you’re mildly interested in time and in an approach that marries science with mystical traditions, I highly recommend this. If you’re a skeptic, this also seems like a great text. The author’s narration is good and clear, although sometimes I personally wish it’s more animated.

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several more times to really digest. Gives real insights to this thing called life.

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This was a massively long physics lesson and a compendium of research. Not enjoyable at all.

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A guide to practical magic

This book is part Carlos Rovelli, part Norman Vincent Peale and part Andy Puddicombe. I found it fascinating, but I'm not sure how it would resonate to a more sceptical audience. I learned a lot, but I found the meditation exercises it offered to be quite difficult. I will persist though - and maybe in 10 years time (I am talking linear time here) I could claim that this book changed my life. It certainly has the potential.