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Creative visualization is one of the best-kept secrets of the world's most successful people. It is a very effective technique; but unfortunately, not all people are given the chance to experience its power.
Several studies have shown that the mind has the ability to act as a different entity on its own. It possesses something so powerful it can make and break things for you.
Everything that has ever happened and will happen to you, whether in the past or in the near future, are all caused by your mind in one way or another. And that's just one proof of how powerful your mind can really be.
Now, if you are given the chance to harness that supreme power, would you take it?
Of course, you would! You are now given the opportunity to make things happen exactly the way you visualize them to be.
Creative visualization is a powerful way of thinking that allows your thoughts to manifest into their physical components.
Every time you think, your mind emits energy. That energy, in turn, can be transformed into something tangible something real. And this is what creative visualization is all about.
How then, can you turn your thoughts into reality?
This is the million-dollar question everybody wants an answer for. This is what we aim to teach you! We'd like you to know the different ways on how you can transform a mere idea into something existent.
Start thinking about your future!
This audiobook will allow you to change your life using the power of creative visualization! By listening to this audiobook, you will learn how to transform your thoughts, ideas, and imaginations into their physical reality. It is more than a manual - it is the key to your success!
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Good content horrible narrator
Is this the guy that tried to sell outdated compilation CDs after midnight on TV? Not the greatest choice. Hard to listen to