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Shape Shift to Your Best Body Ever

In this amazing 21 day mental owner's manual for achieving your best body ever, Ellen Whitehurst blends secrets, symbols, shortcuts, tips and time-tested techniques with cutting edge modern medical theory and practical application. This course will teach you how to stop the self-sabotage, lose the excess weight (as well as a whole lot of worry too!) and, then, transform into your best body ever! With easy to swallow nutritional advice, suggested dietary supplements, easy to follow and proven successful shamanic practices, meditations, affirmations and writing exercises, this course will guide you, step by empowering step, through a program that can release you from patterns of self-sabotage as well from past or previous trauma. You can create and achieve a healthy, happy, harmonious body that will last your entire life long. Get ready to 'be' your best body ever!

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What’s Really Our Purpose In Life?

Life should be fun! Every aspect of it is a thrill beyond anything we can describe or imagine. We have all heard the saying that "we are spiritual beings having a human experience." Think about that. Most of us live our lives as if we must find some higher consciousness or grand purpose for why we are here when in reality "we are" the purpose. Our human-ness is our purpose. We are already divine beings and all the things we think we are not and must drive ourselves to become are already ours. We came "down" to be human not…

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Sherry Ruth Anderson

How You Can Find Your Internal Compass

Listen for your own deep questions and follow them. Let them guide you the way a compass guides a lost traveler, marking true north when there are no maps... or when the maps you have no longer show the way to where you want to go. Listening like this is soul level listening. You have to be willing, or longing, or desperate enough to turn away from other people's answers. You have to turn toward your unknown self. To take time. Your question doesn't have to look like a question. It can be a fragment of conversation you overheard on…

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Attract Love In 21 Days

Looking for love? With our DailyOm course, Attract Love In 21 Days, it's not only possible, but probable! Five years ago InspireMeToday.com founder Gail Lynne Goodwin met her husband online, using a very logical process that she's now sharing with others. Gail and her husband fell in love, he moved in three weeks later, and they married on the anniversary of their first date. It's been over five years and they are still blissfully in love. Using Gail's proven formula, you can Attract Love In 21 Days in your life too--at the price that works for you!

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5 Ways to Stay Vitalized

Follow your passions. Your interests, talents and dreams are made up of the things that you love to do and that come easy for you. Believe in yourself, yet be willing to put in extra effort to achieve your goals. Become an expert in your field; don't be afraid to ask for advice from others who have succeeded. My interest and love of music and children led me to a unique career which brought me wonderful experiences and great fulfillment. My passion to help others to achieve their highest health potential has served me well in my current career-and it…

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Mark Estren

Transform Your Perception, Transform Your Fear

If only we still faced tigers in the woods every day! Our bodies evolved to handle physical threats like that, not the mental, psychological and emotional threats we now face constantly. Your body's chemicals are not at war with each other, but it certainly feels that way at times! Each of us produces more than 50 hormones, which collectively control how we behave, what we feel and how we respond to the world. The sympathetic nervous system produces fight-or-flight hormones whenever we perceive a threat, taking over from the parasympathetic nervous system, whose hormones keep us calm and serene. But…

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Happy @ Work

Ready to reap the rewards of a job well and happily done? Even in a tight economy, job satisfaction isn't a luxury; fulfilled, happy employees are productive, innovative, and loyal. And workplace fulfillment spills over into happier families and better communities. In Jim Donovan's new book, HAPPY @ WORK, you'll learn shift-producing strategies on everything from managing time, making decisions, and marking milestones to breaking patterns, bouncing back, and becoming exceptional. Each tip's method and rationale are clearly explained, and real workplace vignettes demonstrate the benefits and results that can be gleaned from simple shifts and actions. HAPPY @ WORK will empower you with the knowledge that no matter the circumstance, you can think, act, and feel in ways that create purpose, success, and, yes, happiness.

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Don’t Regret Your Experiences, Embrace Them!

We all have stories that make us smile and others that we prefer to forget. We all have experienced personal and professional ups and downs. This is part of the human experience and we should appreciate every moment. Do not regret the past, as difficult as that may be. The past is behind you with nothing but knowledge in its wake. You can't change the past, so why not make it an educational tool no different than when you first learned to ride a bike? Do not be disappointed or discouraged about today. Today is temporary and tomorrow is on…

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Dr. Beverly Potter

How to Worry Smart

The trouble with worrying is that it can get completely out of control and has a habit of escalating. Actor/director Woody Allen, a famous worrywart, illustrated this best when he said, "If I get chapped lips, I think it's brain cancer." Worrying is a kind of "stuckness". Worrywarts get stuck in identifying danger as they immerse themselves in the dread associated with the threat, which may be real or, more likely, imagined." Don't think worrying is bad for you. Think of it as a mental fire drill, a thinking through of things that potentially might happen. It's good to think…

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