BeliefWorks: The Art of Living Your Dreams

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Hampton Roads Publishing, Apr 12, 2006 - Self-Help - 160 pages
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Think. Feel. Dream. Believe.

"Inside each one of us is a BeliefWorks that takes the raw potential of belief and creates a one-of-a-kind worldview driving everything we do. Our BeliefWorks manufactures the prism through which we see life and magically transforms what is into what we believe it is."

The line between "the way it is" and what could be is often no more than a belief. As author Ray Dodd notes, what we believe is a riptide guiding the thoughts we think, the words we say, and the decisions we make. Belief touches every part of life; defining organizations, shaping trends, dividing families, and even igniting terrorism.

BeliefWorks, Ray Dodd’s follow up to The Power of Belief will turn your mind inside out, casting a fresh light on how we love, work, play, and what holds us back from the life we desire. Discover seven secret keys for unlocking the true power of belief and put this extraordinary force to work for you.

 

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Contents

Before We Begin
Awareness Is the Solution
The Tale of the Mango Tree
The Power of What You Believe
The Engine of Fear
A rl of A reement 5 You Are Living Your Dream
Your Intent Is a Force
The Four Elements of Belief
A Marriage of Qpposites 2 Design a New Framework of Agreements
The Prime Directive Is NotFear
The Engine of Love
The Mwh of SelfImprovement 13 Life on Purpose
e en Ke 15 The Wizard of Kwishu Island Epilogue So How Is Your Dream?
to he orl Glossary of Terms
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Ray Dodd is a leading authority on belief, helping both individuals and businesses forge new beliefs to affect lasting and positive change. A former professional musician and engineer with many years in corporate management, Dodd leads seminars applying ageless wisdom of the Toltec to life and business.

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