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Poison

Posted on: March 8, 2012


You know the real poison are in our thoughts when they are polluted with negativity and fear… Lust and greed starts from our eyes and then the mind takes over, the the body. Keep your emotions in check and head clear and away from impressions that will do you harm. If you believe that your willpower is weak, then work on it, self-talk  and the believe in yourself  that your have inner-strength to say “NO” to anything or anyone  that leads you away from love and purity. Strengthen your solar plexus chakra and keep a check on your lower self too!!!.

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