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It’s impossible to overstate the importance of Dr. Lipton’s work! In this book, Dr. Bruce Lipton explains how our beliefs shape our bodies and our lives. He breaks down the science of biology and reveals the real driver behind illnesses and health – the environment. Learn about how reprogramming your mind can change your environment and therefore change your entire life.
In 2006, Anita was in a coma and about to die from cancer, but she didn’t. She came out of her coma cured of cancer and back on track to good health. Anita has some incredibly valuable wisdom to share.
So inspiring, so beautiful, and so well-put together! This movie is definitely worth watching. The hour and a half of your life that it takes to watch this movie may be one of the best investments of time you’ll ever make. It was for me.
Many of us were unwittingly programmed in a way that made loving ourselves difficult, and this book addresses how people can love themselves and heal any life issues standing in their way.
An introduction to the law of attraction, this book is a MUST READ and I say that with deep sincerity. Even Wayne Dyer recommended that everyone read The Law of Attraction by Esther and Jerry Hicks and said they were among the most profound teachings of this modern age.
Taken from the teachings of Abraham, these cards give you small snippets of wisdom from source energy on the law of attraction. They are perfect for going through just for fun, or you can read one every morning. You can also give them out to people, but they aren’t easy to part with.
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Other books from Esther and Jerry Hicks on the teachings of Abraham:
If you want to get a deeper look into the science behind metaphysical philosophy, this book is a must-read. I love Gregg’s energy and I think that he has so much to teach and share.
In this book, Dr. Wayne Dyer introduces the Tao Te Ching and offers his own elaborations on each verse of this incredible ancient book by Lao Tsu. If I had to describe this book in one word: enlightening.
An orderly life is a happy life. Jill Jordenson offers us a short guide for decluttering, organizing, and beautifying our homes based on her many years of expertise and practice.
One of my favorite movies ever, this video/DVD features a conversation between Dr. Wayne Dyer and Abraham Hicks. Brilliant stuff!
Lavender has an amazing ability to calm nerves, disinfect surfaces, and help you sleep. It also smells really good! I’ve been using lavender oil for all kinds of things for years, and it’s my go-to remedy for anxiousness and insomnia.
Brewer’s yeast is a phenomenal supplement that contains B-vitamins, probiotics, protein, fiber, iron, magnesium, potassium, and more. I like to blend it in soy or almond milk with some natural sweetener for better taste. Make sure to use a blender and not just stir it with a spoon! I have tried many different brands and this brand tastes the absolute best.
There are many available options for hair removal, but a lot of them are wasteful, and I’m tired of throwing away trash! Instead of using disposable razor blades, you can go beast mode and use this epilator, like me. Warning: it’s painful, but the hair does grow back sparser. I have a lot of bald patches on my legs from the very first time I used mine in 2012. Sexy.
This tool is invaluable to me. I use it to make all of my images, cover photos, and infographics. If you can get good with Photoshop, you can even design your own websites, apps, and basically anything else you want for your business or personal life.
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