Warning! Be Careful Who You Deal With.

How much of your time is wasted upon, and how much energy is expended trying to correct, the bad choices we make regarding people we deal with? If you stop and think about it, the answer is frighteningly large. The number of stories of people who enter business partnerships with people who turn out to be dishonest or unfit in some other way is amazing. The amount of hours we expend, and the quantity of emotional energy we waste, in trying to correct poor choices of people or companies we interact with has to be seen to be believed.

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Creating Space For Your Life.

If you are like most people, you may be suffering from mental clutter. This is a mind filled with stuff that does not serve you and drags you down instead of lifting you up. While most people are aware of what is meant by physical clutter, and the negative psychological effects the presence of such physical junk can have, fewer people are aware of the clutter contained between their ears.

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Thoughts On Animal Communication

I have used many of her ideas and tips for communicating with all kinds of animals. I close my eyes or merely gaze downward in order to focus my attention on the inner images in my mind's eye. If I am sending out a message, I deliberately create the picture-image of the message I wish to convey. And when I wish to understand what an animal is saying to me in response, I remain open to whatever images may project themselves on my inner mind's eye.

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The Secret Of "Doing Without Doing"

One of the mistaken certainties or misconceptions most people operate under is that you get what you want in life by what you DO, or through the actions you take. Most people believe that the DOING or action part is what makes things happen. However, this causes you to create in reverse. The reason we put a lot of emphasis on action is because we do not understand the power of our thought. If you analyze it, 90% of most people's actions are spent trying to compensate for inappropriate thought.

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Why Are We All So Afraid?

The older I get the more I wonder what it is we're all so afraid of. Like you, I travel the world and see or hear about real problems; murder, torture, death, disease and starvation. Then I return to this gray, stuffy country to witness intelligent and privileged people wasting their lives down the pub or propped in front of the TV screen for, on average, four hours each night.

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