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  • What Jay Abraham And Napoleon Hill Taught Me About ‘Wealth Attraction’

    Article by Keith Matthew

    This article is a little different from some of the previous ones I’ve written about success principles.

    Let’s go back to when I was first starting out as an entrepreneur. In fact, I wasn’t even an entrepreneur yet. I was trying to become one.

    I’d been listening to tapes of Napoleon Hill’s ‘Your Right To Be Rich’ seminar…over and over and over. I listened day and night.

    As soon as I opened my eyes in the morning? Napoleon Hill.

    During the day? Napoleon Hill.

    While I slept? Napoleon Hill!

    It didn’t matter to me that I’d listened to it 5…10…20 times in a row. And this wasn’t a 1-hour CD either. It was 14 hours of only Napoleon Hill!

    Imagine what that’s like: wanting to succeed so badly that you’d be willing to listen to the same talk every day until you made a difference.

    Amazing.

    I completely saturated my consciousness with Dr. Hill’s message.

    After a few weeks, I reached a state where I no longer needed a motivational shot in the arm; I now had within me an overwhelming desire to take ACTION.

    Only there was a problem:

    I had a ROADBLOCK in my life.

    My roadblock was that I had this wealth of information around me; tons of personal development books, cds and tape sets…yet I didn’t know exactly what I should be doing.

    I was motivated to take action but I had no idea what action to take.

    I didn’t know how to convert ideas into dollars.

    I was stuck.

    I remember sitting at my desk, looking at all these titles by Anthony Robbins, Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen, Harv Eker, Robert Allen and so many others. This wealth of knowledge and wisdom surrounded me and I didn’t have a clue what to do with it all.

    All I could do was ask out loud…WHAT DO I DO? WHAT DO I DO NEXT?

    Let me tell you: when you ask the right questions, you’ll get the right answers.

    The next thing I did was I pulled out a tape set by Jay Abraham called ‘Your Secret Wealth’ and started listening to it..

    On the tapes, Jay spoke about ‘Seeing Opportunities Around You’.

    Opportunity is everywhere and there are SO MANY different ways to make money.You just have to be able to recognize them.

    So I started trying to “see” opportunity. I looked for it everywhere I went.

    What was the value of things around me?

    And was I perceiving a greater or lesser value in them than other people?

    Training my mind to perceive opportunity opened my awareness and I was then able to see opportunities where I never would have seen them before.

    In fact, I went on to become a PowerSeller on eBay for 2 years because of this. And I didn’t even start out with any merchandise!

    That said, what I’m going to share with you now is a simple technique you can implement immediately to make extra money for yourself.

    However, this technique is so simple and easy to put into practice that there’s a good chance you will take it too lightly. That you’ll say, “that’s not a big deal. I know that already.”

    This would actually be a mistake on your part because then you won’t reap the rewards either.

    Ok, are you ready for an exercise that is guaranteed to quickly and easily bring you more money in your life?

    Here’s what you do:

    Up to 15 times each day, I want you to ask (out loud): “How Can I Make Money?”

    That’s it.

    Don’t ask 15 times in a row like you had to when you were caught chewing gum in school.

    Ask once at a time, throughout the day, with all your attention and with sincerity:

    “How Can I Make Money?”

    Then Listen.

    Listen, because the answer will come to you.

    And so will the money!

    Have a Great Day and Let’s Make This Your Year!

    Keith Matthew

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  • Inspirational Quotes for All Kinds of People

    Article by Sanjay Mundada

    Motivational Quotations

    It was a high counsel that I once heard given to a young person, “Always do what you are afraid to do.”Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Take calculated risks. That is quite different from being rash.George S. Patton

    Storms make oaks take roots.Proverb

    If you do not hope, you will not find what is beyond your hopes.St. Clement of Alexandra

    We are all inventors, each sailing out on a voyage of discovery, guided each by a private chart, of which there is no duplicate. The world is all gates, all opportunities.Ralph Waldo Emerson

    Seek the lofty by reading, hearing and seeing great work at some moment every day.Thornton Wilder

    The only way of finding the limits of the possible is by going beyond them into the impossible.Arthur C. Clarke

    Without inspiration the best powers of the mind remain dormant. There is a fuel in us which needs to be ignited with sparks.Johann Gottfried Von Herder

    And all may do what has by man been done.Edward Young

    We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, therefore, is not an act but a habit.Aristotle

    Hope is like the sun, which, as we journey toward it, casts the shadow of our burden behind us.Samuel Smiles

    Work spares us from three evils: boredom, vice, and need.Voltaire

    If the wind will not serve,take to the oars.Destitutus ventis, remos adhibeLatin Proverb

    Men’s best successes come after their disappointments. Henry Ward Beecher

    You cannot plough a field by turning it over in your mind.Author Unknown

    The best way out is always through.Robert Frost

    Do not wait to strike till the iron is hot; but make it hot by striking.William B. Sprague

    Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must first be overcome.Samuel Johnson

    Fortune favors the brave.Publius Terence

    When the best things are not possible, the best may be made of those that are. – Richard Hooker

    He who hesitates is lost.Proverb

    If you want to succeed in the world must make your own opportunities as you go on. The man who waits for some seventh wave to toss him on dry land will find that the seventh wave is a long time a coming. You can commit no greater folly than to sit by the roadside until some one comes along and invites you to ride with him to wealth or influence.John B. Gough

    Great spirits have always encountered violent opposition from mediocre minds.Albert Einstein

    Believe with all of your heart that you will do what you were made to do.Orison Swett Marden

    Knowing is not enough; we must apply.Willing is not enough; we must do.Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

    We are still masters of our fate.We are still captains of our souls.Winston Churchill

    Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.Ralph Waldo Emerson

    For hope is but the dreamof those that wake.Matthew Prior

    Constant dripping hollows out a stone.Lucretius

    Nothing contributes so much to tranquilize the mind as a steady purpose–a point on which the soul may fix its intellectual eye.Mary Shelley

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  • Be Ware the Trappings of Power: Be Aware the Blessings of Emowerment

    Article by Ralph P. Brown

    There are many thoughts and ideas about power – what it takes to get power, to hold power and to stay in power. There are also thoughts and ideas about empowerment but these seem to run a close second to the beliefs about power.

    Some might argue they are the same thing, or that they are so closely related as to negate discussion. But there is a difference. It is important that you know this before going in search of one, perhaps at the expense of the other.

    The difference between the two is that power is largely external and comes from without, while empowerment is internal and comes from within. You have only to look at the difference between powerful people and those who are empowered to know the importance of recognizing the two.

    * Powerful people have status, position, big money, big cars, big houses; the world power known as the nuclear power have bigger armies and more bombs. All of these are external. The problem with this is that these external things may be temporary and can be lost.

    * Empowered people on the other hand, have strength of character, self-awareness, moral fortitude, a keen sense of right and wrong, discipline, knowledge of who they are and where they are going. All of this is internal and is lasting. It can’t be taken away or lost.

    Empowerment is true to the one who is empowered. It is what you are left with when you are standing naked in front of God. It is not measured in terms of what you have but rather who you are. It is not what you have IN life, but what you give TO life.

    I am not saying that you should not pursue the good job, money, cars, homes, and so on. I am saying that if you do this with the idea that it will cast you into the mix of powerful people and make you powerful as a result, that you may want to see this idea held to the light. Before pursuing any goal it is wise to look at the merit of such a goal and decide whether it is worth pursuing. Knowledge is power!

    But wait! Doesn’t knowledge come to us from outside sources?

    Yes, but the wisdom to use that knowledge in a way that ensures you receive the optimum benefit comes from within.

    This is empowerment.

    Ralph Waldo Emerson said, “The good news is that the moment you decide what you know is more important than what you have been taught to believe, you will have shifted gears in your quest for abundance. Success comes from within, not from without.”

    Empowerment to the people!

    In Spirit,

    Ralph P. Brown

    About the Author

    Ralph P. Brown shares Native American Indian philosophies and beliefs so you can make the MOST of this life!

    A Mohawk registered tribal member, instructor on the use of the Medicine Wheel, ceremony leader, storyteller and author of “Awakening the Eagle: A Guide to the Medicine Wheel” available at http://www.RalphPBrown.com or Amazon.

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  • Raw Food Recipe ~ Tomato Basil Salad Dressing-No Oil

    Havent been feeling well this week, so my brain isnt working so good. Sorry I botched the recipe and left out an ingredient. Here is the recipe: 3 med tomatoes chopped 2 T onion 2 T celery 2 T bell pepper 1/2 garlic clove 1 teas anaheim pepper 2 medjool dates chopped 1/2 pack basil chopped Blend and add water if consistency isnt suitable for using as a salad dressing. Can also be used as a vegge dip or just eaten plain. Its just that good!! Remember you can adjust the ingredients to your own taste buds. Ginger Salad Dressing Recipe video:: www.youtube.com If you have found this video helpful consider donating here: www.paypal.com I was diagnosed in April 2009 with CLL leukemia. I have chosen to heal and reverse this disease through natural methods. I have background experience in the medical field, working for 13 years in allergy & immunology. That foundation has helped me sort through all the information online in formulating my own healing plan and protocol. Several months ago I discovered Dr Morse’s youtube site and his philosophy was the piece of the puzzle I needed to bring success and structure to my self-treatments. Stay tuned for updates and information that I have learned. What has worked for me and what hasn’t. Please ask questions or share your information. Thank you for watching and have a Blessed & Beautiful Day. Where I get my herbals: www.godsherbs.com www.naturessunshine.com www.mountainroseherbs.com Referral by Laura Wright #2127873 (use for a Nature’s
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  • Yoga of Sri Chinmoy

    Article by Richard Pettinger

    As a young child Sri Chinmoy was brought up in a Hindu family. The family was of Brahmin caste but they did not adhere to the rigid caste rules and often helped those of other castes. At the age of 12 Sri Chinmoy left his village in Chittagong, East Bengal and travelled with his 3 sisters and 2 brother to join his eldest brother Hriday Ghose in the Sri Aurobindo Ashram in Pondicherry. Sri Aurobindo was a pioneer of “Integral Yoga”

    This was a modern form of yoga that did not renounce the world but sought to bring the divine into all aspects of life. For over 20 years Sri Chinmoy lived in the ashram spending many hours in meditation, achieving elevated states of spiritual consciousness. These states of self realization led to some of Sri Chinmoy’s most profound poetry. In poems such as Immortality and The Absolute we get a glimpse of the deathless state beyond mind and form.

    “My eternal days are found in speeding time;I play upon His Flute of rhapsody.Impossible deeds no more impossible seem;In birth chains now shines Immortality.”

    – From Immortality by Sri Chinmoy

    In 1964 Sri Chinmoy travelled to America to offer the ancient spiritual traditions of India in a modern and dynamic form to aspiring seekers in the West. He has lived in New York since 1964 and has been offering meditations at the United Nations for over 30 years. Sri Chinmoy has lectured on spirituality, yoga and meditation at many universities in both America, Europe and other parts of the World. He teaches that all religions lead to the same goal and fundamentally share common values.

    Sri Chinmoy’s path encompasses all 4 of the principle types of Yoga;

    Bhakti Yoga – yoga of devotionJnani Yoga – yoga of WisdomRaja Yoga – Yoga of PhilosophyKarma Yoga – Yoga of Divine Action.

    Sri Chinmoy teaches that love is the most direct way to approach God. Sri Chinmoy often says that his path is in essence the path of the heart. If we cry from the depths of our heart the Supreme will respond. If on the other hand, we try to meditate using the mind, we will achieve only very limited peace. An important element of Bhakti yoga is the use of devotional music. Soulful singing is a powerful way for a seeker to approach the divine. Great Bhakti yogi’s such as Sri Chaitanya and Mirabai spent many hours singing Bhajans (devotional songs), through this singing they were able to enter into the Divine Consciousness. Sri Chinmoy is one of the most prolific composers of devotional music. Since coming to the West he has composed over 12,000 songs in his native Bengali and over 5,000 in English. Most of these songs are devotional in nature; appealing to different aspects of the Supreme or identifying with different stages of a seekers spiritual journey.

    Sri Chinmoy writes on Bhakti Yoga

    “Ask a man to speak about God and he will speak endlessly. Ask a Bhakta to speak about God and he will say only two things: God is all Affection, God is all Sweetness. The Bhakta even goes one step further. He says, “I can try to live without bread, but never can I live without my Lord’s Grace.A Bhakta’s prayer is very simple: “O my Lord God, do enter into my life with Thine Eye of Protection and with Thy Heart of Compassion.” This prayer is the quickest way to knock at God’s Door and also the easiest way to see God open the Door.”

    As well as composing many songs Sri Chinmoy is also noted as a prolific writer and poet. He has published over 1,400 books which nearly all relate to some aspect of the spiritual life. Some books take the form of Question and Answer sessions. Sri Chinmoy is able to offer advice from the deepest spiritual perspective. Often these writings expound on common themes essential to genuine spirituality. These include disciplining the mind so that the seeker does not become beholden to negative ideas the mind can become attached to. This is a short extract from a talk entitled.

    “What is Yoga”

    “What is Yoga? Yoga is the language of God. If we wish to speak to God, we have to learn His language. What is Yoga? Yoga is that which discloses God’s secret. If we wish to know God’s secret, we have to launch into the path of Yoga. What is Yoga? Yoga is the Breath of God. If we wish to see through God’s Eye and feel through His Heart, if we wish to live in God’s Dream and know God’s Reality, if we wish to possess the Breath of God, and finally if we wish to become God Himself, Yoga will beckon us.”

    From: Yoga and the Spiritual Life by Sri Chinmoy

    Karma Yoga

    Sri Chinmoy leads an active life showing that an inner life of prayer and meditation can offer inspiration and help to increase our own capacities. Sri Chinmoy says that spirituality does not involve retreating from the world. Instead he advocates acceptance of the world and the inner fruits of meditation he says can be used to guide and illumine outer activities. At the age of 74 Sri Chinmoy is still very active demonstrating that age is not a barrier to continuing achievements. Sri Chinmoy is a noted weightlifter and continues to lift heavy weights saying that he does so to offer inspiration to others. Sri Chinmoy also travels extensively offering concerts of meditative music in different locations.

    About the Author

    Richard is a cyclist and economics Teacher. He is a member of the Sri Chinmoy Centre in Oxford UK

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  • “The Sun Rising” by John Donne. Performed by Julian Glover.

    From the 1984 series, “Six Centuries of Verse”, episode six: “Metaphysical and Devotional Poets 1590-1670′.
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