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Wisdom of Jim Rohn

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Metaphysical Teacher Genevieve Behrend Born 1881

The last of the great metaphysical teachers that will be presented to you is Genevieve Behrend. Genevieve Behrend was born in 1881 in France and grew up in Paris. She is most famous for being the only personal student of the famous New Thought teacher Thomas Troward, but had her own contribution to a very […]

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Power of the Mind: How to Use It

It may come as a surprise to learn that your unconscious beliefs exist and are acting on you all the time. They control you like invisible strings as if you were a puppet. You are driven to do and say everything you do in your life by your unconscious beliefs.

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How to Cultivate Zen Habits of Stillness

You probably know people who are always rushing about and complaining about their lack of alone time. Maybe they don’t even say anything about it because they don’t know any other way to be. Every moment, they’re busy. Maybe you’re one of them. If you examine the lives of overly busy people, you’ll probably find […]

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Using The Power Of The Mind For Success And Prosperity

You can use a variety of techniques to help you with your affirmations. One technique is auto suggestions which are specially targeted affirmations. These are posters, audio messages or visual clippings that you can surround yourself with. This way you will be thinking about your prosperity all the time. Be sure that your prosperity affirmations have only to do with you and do not try to manipulate other people’s lives, even towards apparently positive outcomes.

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How to Give Healthy Support to Those Going Through Tough Times

Giving people healthy support is not something that is not discussed much. I know people want to be supportive, but are just not sure how to in a way that will truly be comforting.

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