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Can You See Where Your Empowerment Is?

Posted on: May 1, 2012


When you have thoughts of negativity do you ever stop and wonder if this is really what you are about, or is this the hidden fire of your ancestoral blood over taking your life? Or have you attracted an entity unknown to you?

When awareness kicks in what steps are you prepared to go the extra mile to deal with this situation so that no harm can be done to you or anyone else around you?

Will you…

(a) tackle your creativity and see the light

(b) get outside help, see a spiritual guru or healer, read self- help books

(c) tune into your inner-warrior and hit the gym

(d) just don’t care and turn to drugs and alcohol, follow the path of destruction with your buddy devil , the ugly monster, knowing very well that HE is destined to burn in the fires of hell …

 

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