Self-Empowerment and Your Subconscious Mind

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Llewellyn Worldwide, Dec 1, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 264 pages
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Tap into the infinite potential of your subconscious and experience tremendous growth and self-discovery. Grounded in scientific research, this practical step-by-step guide introduces easy, yet highly effective, techniques for harnessing the unlimited power of your subconscious mind. Learn to access this vast storehouse of knowledge and resources to unleash powerful abilities-through dreamwork, creative visualization, positive inner dialogue, past-life regression, meditations, interaction with nature, chakra awareness, and more. Once you begin to train your mind, there is no end to the ways in which you can bring new meaning and enrichment to your life: -Overcome growth blockages -Resolve conflicts -Enhance creativity -Improve mental and physical health -Achieve personal goals -Strengthen your relationships -Advance in your career -Develop psychic skills -Evolve into your highest self This unique guide also explores the different types of natural psychic abilities and provides guidance for helping you to turn them into powerful life-changing skills.

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I just finished reading Self Empowerment and your Subconscious mind. I found it to be a provocative read. If you read it with an open mind, it opens up possibilities for personal empowerment and ... Read full review


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Carl Llewellyn Weschcke (Minnesota) is the owner and chairman of Llewellyn Worldwide, the world's oldest and largest metaphysical publisher.nbsp; He played a seminal role in the rise of Wicca and Neo-Paganism in the 1960s and 1970s and has been called "the father of New Age" for his public sponsorship of occult subjects. Weschcke alsonbsp;served as the 7th Past Grand Master Ordo Aurum Solis.

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