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Discover Your Potential

Inside each and every one of us is the potential to accomplish great things in a way that is uniquely our own.  Abraham Maslow, the great motivational psychologist, wrote about becoming “self -actualized.”   He used the term to describe those unique individuals who had tapped into their inherent greatness, and found  unique ways of sharing that […]

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Giving and Receiving Are One In The Same

Power Lesson #4  God can do no more for you than He can do through you. So often we look at life and our relationships and ask “Why God?”  Why can’t things be different? We pray and seek change, but things continue along the same old path, and it seems the only change we experience […]

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More On The Power Of Belief

Power Lesson #3  We do not see things as they are, we see them as we are. Reality, as we experience it, is nothing more than a reflection of our deeply held beliefs and convictions.  We now have over six billion people in the world, so we  now have over six billion conflicting realities all attempting to co […]

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The Definition Of Faith

Power Lesson #2:  Faith is another word for expectancy. Faith is the power of belief manifesting.  In psychology we talk of the power of the “self-fulfilling prophecy.”  It is an uncanny way in which–what we expect becomes what we eperience.  You expect the worst and you experience the worst.  Folks who spend large portions of their time […]

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The First In a Series: Christmas

            “The greatest power in all the universe rests in mans ability to change his mind.”  Albert Einstein Eastern religions teach that the world is but a reflection of our state of mind.  Einstein’s quote reminds us of this fact (Yes, it is now a well established fact that our thoughts and the world out there are […]

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