Positive Thinking Learning the Important Art of Positive Thinking by Rod Stone

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If you are looking for understanding the Law of Attraction, using advanced affirmations, the power of attraction and eliminating worry then this book on Positive Thinking is for you. It provides: Everything you need to know about the basics of positive energy and channel it to accomplish your goals! What are all the important criteria when it comes to choosing the most suitable methods of putting positive imagery into your mind. The techniques on how to create streams of happiness and prosperity! Creative methods in order to manifest positive intentions as quickly as possible. What are the best power play strategies when it comes to accomplishing your goals the best! And much, much more… Besides this book the author and his group has a number of books on Amazon and web sites that focus on various topics on overall health and natural nutrition. AND A SPECIAL BONUS JUST FOR YOU IF YOU PURCHASE THIS BOOK. We have an online media store with over a thousand books, audios and videos to help you in life. We are allowing anyone who purchases our books on Amazon to get a 50% discount on any of the items from our stores. FOR EVER!!!
 

About Rod Stone

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Rod Stone is principle partner of Rod Stone Group. They focus on providing information on health, nutrition and total wellness. They began writing articles on various topics in the mid '90s. In 2004 they started full time in working with people and providing information to assist with health and nutrition. In 2008 they started to become involved with the importance of specialized high intensity workouts. In 2011 they became involved in Universal Energy and related fields. They have written dozens of books and hundreds of articles. They also have dozens of websites to help people with various subjects dealing with health, nutrition and total wellness.
 
Published March 10, 2013 by Rod Stone Group. 116 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Religion & Spirituality, Self Help. Non-fiction

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