magic, esp, and desperate measures

A self sufficient goddess uses her own mind.

As the law of attraction suggests, we don't want to focus on negative things, engage in conversations which pay attention to problems, engender a set of victimization. But you know what? Things are tough these days.

People are scared, and feeling out of control. Unsteady work and facing a prospect of living who knows where and completely dependent on others. Nervous, hungry, waiting for food to come by. A harsh reality pill so bitter to swallow. But perhaps the deepest lessons of faith are born in the most desperate moments, as hope sings eternal in the human heart.

According to marketer, Marlon Sanders, the need for psychics is on the rise. It is a "growth industry" in a boom phase. People are desperate and anyone who can tell them anything will fuel enough hope to go on. It is if a small fire is lit in the heart once we are given the prophesy; it is the location at the end of the tunnel, and now we know to what end we must work. It is from henceforth what we will expect.

Truth is, there is no fate but what we make. Anything else is a lie. Sorry to be blunt and non-fluffy as a self-sufficient-goddess dot com site representative, but bottom line, that is why it exists.
We can become our own psychics. We can decide for ourselves what our future will be, set out and find the way to get there. Really, you are a self sufficient goddess. Don't forget it.

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Posted by Stealth 1/18/08
Categories: Power, Finance, Lifestyle

The Tao of Harmony

Do you constantly re-live moments in your life where there is a nexus of pain, or when you felt out of control? We will never have power over ourselves and things like that until we can manage our own minds.

In the book compiled by Linda Lee of her late husbands writing, poetry and art,
The Tao of Jeet Kune Do, Bruce Lee is stated: "If you want the truth to stand clear before you, never be for or against. The struggle between "for" and "against" is the minds worst disease."

When we judge things, --justify our strong emotional response to something with logic and judgment, we are missing the game. Judgment creates a filter on a situation, obscuring it's features as well as its highest potential outcome. Instead, we must be rocks in the water, solid and grounded in our minds, not conceding our rootedness by attaching to wishes.

A meditation practice combined with that of a martial art is a way we can help calm our minds and strengthen our bodies, one that will probably bring us to the top of our game in all aspects of life.

Check out some of the martial arts videos in the SSG YouTube Channel:
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This is a really nice to have around, and makes a really nice gift for yourself or a loved one.

Tao of Jeet Kune Do

Posted by Stealth 01/03/09
Categories: Health, Balance, Lifestyle, Power