Dr Joseph Murphy : The Power of Your Subconscious Mind

By Ellesse

Are you first introduced to the Law of Attraction through the movie “The Secret”? Me too. However, while watching the movie, I realized that a lot of the concepts mentioned were pretty similar to what I’ve read in the book “The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” by Dr Joseph Murphy, a landmark best selling self help book.

My fellow blogger friend, Karen Lynch is offering an ebook version of this book free on her blog, Live the Power for a limited time. Yes, completely free! If you’re interested to know more about what your subconscious is capable of, sign up for it now before she takes down this awesome offer.

After you’ve downloaded this ebook, take a moment to read my review of why I think it’s a good book not to be missed. Read more

Preparing for my Vision Board…

By Ellesse

When I first posted my intention to kickstart a Vision Board Experiment 2 weeks ago, a few readers wrote in and encouraged me in this endeavour. If you’re one of them, I sincerely thank you for the great support! Amongst the emails, the one from Cornelis Boertjens particularly touched my heart. Interestingly, Cornelis happen to be the CEO of one of the world’s online Vision Board Companies and his company has worked with renowned US motivational speakers like TSTN show host Vic Johnson and 3 time Olympian Ruben Gonzalez. Not only did he shower kind words on the articles that I’ve written, he has graciously sponsored me with a free copy of his Vision Board software for the purpose of this experiment. Cornelis, if you’re reading this, thank you so much!

Cornelis’ support has slightly changed the format of this trial. Instead of creating a hard copy poster board, plastered with magazine, newspaper cuttings and inspirational sayings, I’ll make use of the Vision Board software and demonstrate how it’s possible to do the same tapping on the power of technology. I’m pretty comfortable with this idea as it complements my lifestyle very well, especially since I work on the computer for at least 16 hours a day! Having an electronic version of the Vision Board also means, I’ll be able to whip it out on my laptop for a quick boost in the office, the library or at home. Cool! If you’re someone who prefers to work with the traditional poster board, no worries as I’ll cover that as well! Read more

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