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What is Easter all about – chocolate or resurrection?
You are invited to an evening with Michael, to hear an inspirational talk on how to create a new way of life by changing the way you think.
Valentines day was a day when you had the opportunity to show your love for someone you secretly fancied. Nowadays whilst that still happens, it is also a time to show your partner that you love them.
There are many signs of people responding from love with flowers, chocolates, cards and even special presents. Occasionally some people respond from fear, especially if one person forgets the occasion.
These two items in the physical world, are not the same thing. People often believe that because someone is being honest then it must be true. However, that is not always the case.
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Jim Carrey - Talks about the importance of choosing Love not Fear
Einstein’s definition of insanity is "doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results". He also said: ‘We cannot solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.’ Clearly you need to do something different if you want to change anything.
To help explain BST, I use the analogy of a computer. This means the keyboard represents the sense of touch, the microphone ears, the speakers mouth, the camera eyes, the screen imagination and the memory is the brain. The body is the hardware and the thinking is the software where knowledge and understanding are stored.
When you first came into this world you had no choice but to be dependent on those who looked after you. You rightly had expectations as a baby and child that those you depended on would love you unconditionally, know what you needed and fully understand why you cried or screamed.
The word is a small part of communication and yet there is a perception that people will argue or even kill over words. In reality it is the beliefs attached to words that people fight over.