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Take the opportunity today to create a vision board.

Hiya,

John Assaraf (star of The Secret) is the creator of the Vision Board
idea. In a nutshell you get yourself a corkboard or something similar
and you cover it in pictures/words and anything else to hand that
represent the things you love in your life AND the things you’d love
to have in your life.
You get magazines, newspapers, mailers, books etc. and you take the
images out that best illustrate what it is you value. You pin them on
the board and then keep the board in a place that you can see every
day. In your office or study or kitchen or hallway, whatever,
someplace that you know you’ll see it every day.

Why?

The idea is that by seeing these images each and every day you allow
yourself to get into the same vibration as what you see. Your dream
home or car for example. Or your dream lifestyle, job or even your
partner. You might want to believe that by seeing these images every
day your subconscious mind ends up creating ways to help you get them.

Whatever you believe – it works! Don’t get bogged down in the how,
just try it and see.
For more info on John Assaraf go here: www.praxisnow.com

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

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Take the opportunity today to think about something you’d like to change about yourself.

Hiya,

This was the life changing moment for me.

A few years ago I met a hypnotherapist at an alternative health centre
open day. He’s also an NLP practitioner. I got the opportunity to sit
with him for 40 minutes or so to experience a sample of what he does.
He started by asking the question above: ‘If you could change one
thing about yourself today, what would it be?

Not expecting the question, I said the first thing that came into my
head (I have since realised that is how to get the subconscious mind
to speak) which was: ‘I’d like to make better decisions quicker.
He then took me through a series of mental exercises, visualisations
and ‘make believes’. The result was a feeling of euphoric realisation
as I walked the short distance home. I was going to make decisions
quicker, in fact I had just decided that – right there and then!

The man’s name is Mick McEvoy and you can learn more about him and
what he does by going to:  www.YourCalmCoach.co.uk

Thanks again Mick!

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

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Take the opportunity today to write your resignation letter! You don’t have to deliver it just yet.

Hiya,

You get a good feeling just reading that don’t you? Imagine in the
nicest way possible you could tell your boss – “Thanks for everything,
but I’ve found something better.” Wow, the relief. The excitement!

OK, some of you reading may already be retired or run your own
business or are unemployed at the moment. If you’re retired and you
don’t have the financial resources to do what you want whenever you
want – imagine that you do. If you run your own business I’m sure you
have your fair share of headaches – imagine that you’re able to employ
someone else to run the day to day side of things freeing up your time
to do what you want whenever you want. If you’re unemployed – imagine
you land a job doing what you love to do and get paid handsomly for
it.

The point here is to get in touch with that feeling of freedom, of
abundance. Once you get in touch with that feeling you start your
subconscious mind running to find a way to make that happen in
reality. A super computer working just for You.
Write the letter, be as kind as you can be with your words – we don’t
want any negative emotions bubbling to the fore here. Make it
tangible, readable and enjoyable.

At the very least it’ll put a smile on your face!

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

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