Week Six: Mastering control of your thoughts - awareness to success...

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Reflections on Week Six 

The amazing power of thought, requires single focus and attention.

When I first started to acquire the new habit of bringing my mind to a quiet place, I found it difficult. My mind tended to wander and thoughts kept invading the quiet I was working diligently to accomplish.

 I wanted to push out those thoughts to get to the place of stillness and quiet. Some days were better than others and as I began to embrace the habit I realized I could accept and release those invading thoughts.  As the thought came in
I gently released it. 

Today I am changed and in vibration with all that is best.

joan crawford

mke certified guide


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