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Attract Spendable Wealth Into Your Life!

Recently this new Manifestation Product came across my desk numerous times and I was wondering what it was all about.

It has the big claim of “ In As Little As 10 Minutes, You Can Attract Spendable Wealth Into Your Life!” It sounded too good to be true so I really wanted to try it out for myself. Many of my friends tried it and had extremely good results from it so that gave me a lot of relief. 🙂

So this is my authentic review of the product after testing it for myself.

What is Prosperity Miracles?

Prosperity Miracles is based on proven scientific research that everything, including us are made up of either positive or negative energy.

The things we desire in life are made up of positive energy.
Things such as getting a pay raise, winning random lotteries, or finding your soulmate.

And the things we want to avoid in life are made up of negative energy.

For example, losing your job, getting into debts, broken relationships or getting sick.

And if we want to attract the things that we desire in life, we ourselves have to be in sync with the same type of energy we want to attract.

In other words, we have to be emitting positive energy around us, in order to attract the good things in life.

So if you have been facing bad luck and troubles in your life, what this means is that you have been emitting negative energy around you.

Now, I’m sure the question you have in your mind right now is:

How can I remove negative energy from my life?

Well, the sad truth is… you can’t just remove or destroy negative energy…

Here’s why.

Because based on what Albert Einstein had discovered and is even proven till this day: Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can only be converted.

The only way to live a life of abundance and miracles, is to convert the negative energy inside you into positive energy.

And the conversion can be easily done with any Law of Attraction techniques such as visualising, affirmations or even writing a dream journal.

NOW HERE’s THE MOST IMPORTANT PART.

The only reason why Law of Attraction is not working for many of us is because of the evil doings of the Mind Reaper.

It is known for “stealing” people’s ability to achieve prosperity, happiness, love and abundance in their lives.

If you have you ever felt unwanted, useless or unappreciated,

Or have negative thoughts such as:

“I’m lousy”

“I will never be rich”

“I’m destined to be a failure»

Well, the only reason why you are feeling this way is because The Mind Reaper is acting upon you.

And that is where Prosperity Miracles comes in. It is a full system to eliminate the Mind Reaper from your life forever.

What Does Prosperity Miracles Have To Offer?

PART 1: Break The Mind Reaper [Track]

You can choose either 5minute, 10minute or 30minute based on the amount of time you have.

PART 2: Prosperity Tracks for Morning & Night

Prosperity Track [Morning]

  • Morning Energy Attractor
  • Growing Unlimited Wealth
  • Prosperity Multiplier
  • The Universe Whisperer

Prosperity Track [Morning]

  • Deep Sleep; Powerful Mind
  • Activate Endless Prosperity
  • Money & Abundance Magnet
  • Your Wealth Miracles

Prosperity Miracles resources consist of 2 parts. PART 1, Break the Mind Reaper, allows you to eliminate the Mind Reaper easily by listening to the track for 5minutes, 10minutes or 30minutes every day depending on the amount of time you have. Once you’ve done that, your subconscious mind is now ready to receive abundance and prosperity from the Universe.

PART 2, the Prosperity Tracks, is specially designed to help you connect with the Universe and ask for anything you desire through your subconscious mind. We see that Stefan has generously provided us with lots of tracks for different purposes: abundance, wealth, prosperity, relaxation… everything! It’s definitely value for money, given how much you are actually receiving just by paying a small amount.

Plus! Best of all!

Each user will receive a propriety Easy Audio App where users can listen to the tracks on the move.

Now, here comes the real question, is Prosperity Miracles different from all the other products out there in the market?

1. Beginner-friendly: While the concept of Law of Attraction is no longer new to us, many of us might not be familiar with the more complicated concepts, such as chakra or visualisation techniques. This product is perfect for beginners because all you need to do is to listen to the audio tracks and allow the Universe to do the work for you.

2. Personalised Resources: Prosperity Miracles consists of a great variety of tracks. The resources are personalised so that members can choose what’s suitable for them depending on their level, and purpose, for wealth, abundance, blessings… It’s thoughtful to take into consideration that different individuals are at different levels, and craft resources that are suitable for everyone.

3. Easy-to-use: For many of us, we have always wanted to manifest for things we desire in life without putting extra time and effort. Prosperity Miracles takes away all the hassle for you, so you only have to put aside 10 minutes every day for this product to change your financial destiny effortlessly.

4. Value for Money: With a small one-time fee, you will be receiving a total 11 different tracks that can help you to effectively attract wealth and abundance from the Universe. The positive changes you are going to get in your life, is definitely worth more than what you are paying for this product.

5. 100% Proven Testimonials: The testimonials are sent in personally by members who have received good results after using the system. Member reviews are always important to determine the product quality. So far, we see that most of them are very satisfied with the purchase.

6. Instant Access: This is a digital product, so there will be no extra shipping costs or delays. You can access instantly on your laptop, tablet or mobile phone.

7. FREE Easy Audio App: The Easy Audio App allows the user to listen to the tracks, anytime, anywhere on the move.

8. 60-Day Money Back Guarantee: Stefan has kindly provided 60-day money back guarantee so that people can get their hands on it with ZERO risk. This shows that Stefan is confident of his product.

Should You Buy It?

I guess the answer is clear… definitely! It allows you to break free from the Mind Reaper that is stopping you from creating your desired future. Best of all, you don’t have to perform complicated chakra, chanting or visualisation exercises, all you need is just 10-minutes every day and listen to an audio track before you sleep. That’s it! Simple and easy.

To be honest, I have not seen anything like this in the market.

On top of that, I can see from the testimonials that individuals are really benefitting greatly from this product. If any case, you are not satisfied with the product, you can get every single cent of your money back with their 60-day money back guarantee.

I am happy that my purchase, and I am looking forward to creating my desired future filled with abundance, prosperity and wealth with Prosperity Miracles.

You should too!

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Inspirational quotes to get us through the coronavirus shutdown

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«Keep calm and carry on.» «The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.» «Don’t worry, be happy.»

 

These are the kinds of pithy, inspiring phrases and quotes that, historically speaking, have the power to steady us through challenging times. War. Depression. The 1980s.

Call them mantras, maxims or even memes — they get repeated and recycled over the years, sometimes over the millennia, because they contain powerful jolts of easily accessible truth, insight and perspective.

«Aphorisms live because they contain human truth,» Adam Gopnick wrote in The New Yorker magazine last summer, «and reach across barriers of class and era.»

And I turned to them this week, as we all face new struggles, looking for wisdom from the past to help the present.

Below are quotes I think speak to this time of coronavirus shutdowns and of health and economic fears.

Like a crow seeking shiny bits of enlightenment, I’ve indiscriminately natched quotes from anywhere: books, songs, movies, speeches, articles, plays, poems, religious dogma, bumper stickers, graffiti, t-shirts, friends, family and strangers.

But it should be disclaimed that some quotes have their own journey; at times their origin gets historically murky and the provenance dubious. But I think that’s OK. It’s more important that their condensed insight holds us steady.

Keep calm

Ahead of attacks on its cities during World War II, the British government issued and displayed three posters with messages written to boost morale and mentally prepare its civilians. One of them, «Keep calm and carry on,» has grown in popularity over the years because its message is applicable beyond its original intent. It’s also poignant now that coronavirus is invoking comparisons to world war.

Similarly, a line from President Franklin Roosevelt’s 1933 inaugural address, to a nation paralyzed in the economic fear of the Great Depression, has endured its original meaning because «The only thing we have to fear is fear itself» speaks to the psychology of all panic.

«A life lived in fear is a life half lived,» declares a character in the 1992 Australian film «Strictly Ballroom,» the line attributed to the film’s director and co-writer, Baz Luhrmann.

Steven Spielberg’s «Bridge of Spies,» written by Matt Charman and the Coen brothers, repeats variations of this wise exchange between characters: «Aren’t you worried?» «Would that help?»

For what use is our fear right now? «Worry is like a rocking chair: It gives you something to do but never gets you anywhere,» wrote humorist Erma Bombeck.

Now is the time for a more scientific and analytical approach, as the physicist Marie Curie said: «Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.»

Be happy, or at least Zen

For anyone alive in 1988, Bobby McFerrin’s «Don’t worry, be happy» has been stuck in their head ever since. There have been many happiness songs before and since (Pharrell, the Partridge Family), but McFerrin’s Grammy-winning tune has had the longest staying power, because it’s simple and directive.

Personally I prefer Bob Marley’s «Don’t worry ‘bout a thing, cause every little thing’s gonna be alright.» Also directive, plus a call to appreciate the little things, like sunrises and bird song.

«Things could always be better, but things could always be worse,» is a line attributed to actress Marla Gibbs, of all people, famous for her role as a sassy but insightful housekeeper on the 1970s and ’80s sitcom «The Jeffersons.»

I heart «I Heart Huckabees,» the film co-written and directed by David O. Russell, which contains this Western Zen koan: «Nothing’s okay. So it’s okay.»

It reminds me of a level of acceptance I wrote down just after I heard comedian Eddie Izzard say it live on stage last year: «I like to think of life as an adventure, like a roller coaster. It helps with the ups and downs.»

I equally like this framing by Fred Rogers: «Often when you think you’re at the end of something, you’re at the beginning of something else.» It speaks to this time as the start of a new era, without any negative connotation.

Dance in the rain

So what do we do now?

«Better to be busy than to be busy worrying,» actress Angela Lansbury is quoted to have said. Because, author Vivian Greene explained, «Life isn’t about waiting for the storm to pass. It’s about learning how to dance in the rain.»Or as Sting sings, «When the world is running down, you make the best of what’s still around.»

We need to make the best with what we have now, especially if the grocery store shelves are empty. «You can’t always get what you want. But if you try sometime, you’ll find, you get what you need,» sang the Rolling Stones.

And what you need are the bare necessities, «The simple bare necessities. Forget about your worries and your strife … The bare necessities of life will come to you,» promises Baloo the bear in Disney’s «The Jungle Book.»

Two hundred years before coronavirus, the German writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe had some poignant metaphorical advice to do your part in this pandemic, when he wrote, «Let everyone sweep in front of his own door, and the whole world will be clean.»

Embrace that this time could have a positive impact on you. «That which does not kill us, makes us stronger,» the aphoristic philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche famously said. And spiritual teacher Eckhart Tolle added that «Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness.»

That evolution will likely lead you to look out for others in this critical time. «I shall pass this way but once; any good that I can do or any kindness I can show to any human being; let me do it now,» wrote the Quaker missionary Etienne de Grellet. “And whatever happens, we just need to endure.”

«If you’re going through hell, keep going,» said the British Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Because as the days rack up, or the situation intensifies, more things may fall apart and further call on our resolve to power through. In other words, «You just gotta keep livin’ man, L-I-V-I-N,» Matthew McConaughey’s Wooderson reminds us in the film «Dazed and Confused.»

Which brings me to my favorite quote from a favorite novel, John Steinbeck’s «The Grapes of Wrath.» Ma Joad gives the family this homespun pep talk when the car breaks down on the way to California: «This here bearing went out. We didn’t know it was goin’, so we didn’t’ worry none. Now she’s out an’ we’ll fix her. An’ by Christ that goes for the rest of it.»

The sun will rise

«This too shall pass,» is an old Persian saying that may have originated with the poet Rumi. Abraham Lincoln, something of an aphorist himself, was a fan of this line because it is «true and appropriate in all times and situations,» Lincoln said. «How much it expresses! How consoling in the depths of affliction!»

The impermanence and struggle were favorite themes of the Buddha’s recorded sayings, including, «Praise and blame, gain and loss, pleasure and sorrow come and go like the wind.»

That should give us hope, maybe even help us see «dawn comes after the darkness,» as author Lisa Wingate put it.

That’s the perspective articulated at the end of Robert Zemeckis’ hope-fueled film «Cast Away.» After four years stuck on an island and uncertain of what to do once he returns home, Tom Hanks’ character, Chuck Noland, says, «I know what I have to do now, I’ve got to keep breathing because tomorrow the sun will rise. Who knows what the tide could bring?»

And in the end, I’m going to give the last word to that singer-sage John Lennon. If you only remember one of these aphorisms, this is the one that most succinctly captures endurance, perspective and hope: «Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.»

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La Fe en Tiempos del Coronavirus 

La epidemia que actualmente sufrimos me ha recordado un testimonio conmovedor del año 253 d. C. acerca de cómo los primeros cristianos afrontaron una gran plaga de peste que diezmó la ciudad de Alejandría. Así cuenta Dionisio, el obispo de aquella ciudad: «La mayoría de nuestros hermanos, por exceso de amor y de afecto fraterno, olvidándose de sí mismos y unidos unos con otros, despreocupados de los peligros, visitaban a los enfermos, les atendían en todas sus necesidades, los cuidaban en Cristo y hasta morían contentísimos con ellos…

Los mejores de nuestros hermanos partieron de la vida de este modo, presbíteros —algunos—, diáconos y laicos, todos muy alabados, ya que este género de muerte, por la mucha piedad y fe robusta que entraña, en nada parece ser inferior al martirio…

En cambio, entre los paganos fue al contrario: incluso apartaban a los que empezaban a enfermar y rehuían hasta a los más queridos, y arrojaban a moribundos a las calles y cadáveres insepultos a la basura, intentando evitar el contagio y la compañía de la muerte, pero no importaba lo que hicieran: no pudieron escapar» (en san Eusebio de Cesarea, Historia Eclesiástica, VII, 22.7-10; BAC 612, 470-471).

No traigo a colación esta noticia para invitar a actitudes privadas de sentido común o a decisiones incívicas y desobedientes, que no respetan las normas de nuestras autoridades.

Los primeros cristianos se significaron precisamente por ser buenos ciudadanos incluso cuando el Imperio los perseguía. En estos tiempos turbulentos, los creyentes debemos ser testigos de responsabilidad, minimizando las oportunidades de ser causa de contagio para nuestros vecinos.

Sin embargo, el relato de Dionisio de Alejandría nos da un plus de sentido a lo que está pasando.

Junto a la epidemia del coronavirus se está extendiendo otra epidemia invisible que destroza las almas, además de los cuerpos: la angustia y el sin sentido. Nuestros hermanos de la primera hora del Cristianismo alejandrino nos enseñan que la fe en Cristo resucitado debe ser más valerosa que el miedo que se extiende en nuestra sociedad y que el amor por nuestros prójimos, especialmente por los más débiles y vulnerables, debe ser más fuerte que ciertas actitudes pusilánimes, expresión de un posible individualismo insolidario.

En esto debemos sentirnos muy agradecidos a los profesionales de la salud que cuidan de nosotros, a pesar de su lógica turbación. A ellos debemos tributarles nuestro reconocimiento y dedicarles nuestra oración ferviente para que sigan realizando el servicio más noble de la condición humana: cuidar de los otros.

Aunque lógicamente necesitamos estar informados, percibo en muchos cierta tendencia a la “infoxicación” (intoxicación de información), a visitar compulsivamente páginas de internet y consumir sin control noticias, lo que más que ayudarnos, potencia el miedo de muchos. Frente a ello, la cuaresma nos propone orar más, dedicar largos ratos a la contemplación pausada del misterio de la pasión del Señor y a la súplica ferviente por nuestros hermanos, especialmente por los que están enfermos y por los que se dedican a cuidarlos.

En fin, se dice que muchos paganos se bautizaron en Alejandría tras aquella epidemia, contemplando emocionados tantos actos gratuitos de amor por parte de sus vecinos cristianos.

Ojalá que también en los tiempos del coronavirus la fe de los cristianos  resplandezca por la belleza de nuestra confianza en el Señor de la vida.

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