Infinite Self

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Hay House, Inc, 1996 - Peace of mind - 279 pages
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In Infinte Self: 33 Steps to Reclaiming Your Inner Power, Stuart Wilde teaches you how to consolidate your inherent power and transcend all limitations by releasing yourself from the constraints of your ego. Your ego traps you, according to Stuart, and it is never happy for long, always wanting more, whether it's a new job, new relationship, or bigger bank account.

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This book was incredible. It's very much the type of book I need right now in my spiritual journey. It gives great examples and put things into a perspective where you can relate and very much comprehend. It takes very profound information and presents in a particular way that leaves you inspired and refreshed to perhaps go about your daily routine in a new, more enlightened way. Definitely recommend it! 

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I read this when I was twelve. It helped open my mind to new thoughts and ideas. Read full review


The Ancient Teaching of the 33 Steps
The Concept of the Infinite Self
I Am
Expanding Your Awareness
Having the Courage to Go Beyond
The Courage to Accept Spirit As Your Inner Guide
Accepting Negativity As a Learning Experience
We Learn About the World Through Common Belief Patterns and Then Go Beyond
Centering the Mind
Believing You Are Already the Power
Your Word As
Judge Nothing Quantify Nothing
Hold on to Nothing
Dont Defend
Constantly Purify Yourself

All Human Knowledge is Affected By Human Weakness
The Masters Were Supernatural Because Others Were
Power Comes from Discipline
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