The Power of Your Thoughts and Spoken Words part I by Steve Robertson


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  1. Thank you for sharing this insightful video, Steve.

    U.S. Andersen wrote a book called “The Greatest Power in the Universe” which is primarily about the power of the mind. I thoroughly enjoyed it and I believe anyone who is interested in this subject would enjoy it, too.

    Thanks again, Steve.

    • Amelius,

      Thank you. You’re most welcome. Yes, love U.S. Andersen’s work. His book Three Magic Words is one of the most important books ever written.

      Thanks, Amelius

  2. Senders and receivers. One of the main blockages I see, preventing various people’s ability to precisely target their “personal occupation” as opposed to “societal occupation”, is simple dogma. Nobody likes to think of themselves as a receiver, if the term is applied to other people who are senders. Much like cooking. I find it astonishing, how most people strongly desire to be considered a “good cook”, regardless if it is actually true.
    Whereas, if the term chemist is used instead of cook, it is not a problem at all. One of the metaphysical applications of this in society, it to identify senders and receivers, so that folks with good intentions, can recognize when they are receiving, from “personal agenda driven senders”. By observing synchronous ideas, words, or spontaneous actions by people around you, it is possible to identify these things. It is a foreign concept to most, but actually quite simple, and is a simple exercise of conscious awareness.

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