Watch Where You Point That Thing by Lola Jones
Mastering Your Power Of Intention

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Lola Jones’s groundbreaking book, Things Are Going Great In My Absence: How To Let Go And Let The Divine Do The Heavy Lifting, has spread to 135 countries by word of mouth because Diving Openings works—not only for attaining blissful states but in practical everyday-life applications. She was guided to create this powerful new book, Watch Where You Point That Thing, for those want more dynamic input from her to accompany their new reality in its simplicity and ease.

What Where You Point That Thing powerfully presents its two major premises:

1. You know you are more than just a physical being; the vastly Larger part of you is Non-Physical, but living in that place consistently is quite a different story. As you learn to live as your Expanded Self more and more, your ability to love, your sense of well-being, your joy, power, productivity, creativity, and overall impact on the physical world increases.

2. You create primarily by intention, with consistent action in the physical bringing your intentions to material fruition. But as humans, our intentions can get diluted, contradicted, and split without our awareness. As you practice waking up to this and getting out of the way, you realize more of your full potential as a powerful creator. You say, “Let there be light,” and there is light.

As with Things Are Going Great In My Absence, you’ll want to read this new book many times and receive something new each time as your conscious expands. Get ready for even more practical life benefits in your relationships, family, work, creativity, health, joy, mental and emotional peace and security, and the all-important experience of all being right with your world, no matter what is going on.
 

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Published December 17, 2012 by Lola Jones. 340 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Health, Fitness & Dieting, Self Help. Non-fiction

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