Hooponopono

Ho’oponopono

The Art of Letting Go

Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian word meaning literally “to make right” or to correct errors. This word is used to describe a technique to solve problems in which family members gather to improve relationships through prayer, discussion, confession, repentance, mutual restitution and forgiveness. Much like a group mental cleansing, Ho’oponopono is a way to release past grudges, to let go and live at peace with yourself, those you love, and those around you.

The practice goes back to the mid 1900’s when Mary Kawena Pukui documented her experiences with this practice in her 2 volume book titled “Nānā i ke Kumu” which translates to Look to the Source.

In her volumes, Kawena describes Ho’oponopono as a practice where family members gather with the intention to bend broken family ties; much like the family meetings that therapists recommend nowadays, except Ho’oponopono includes prayer, confession and mutual compensation.

In 1980 Morrnah Nalamaku Simeona, a Kahuna (Healing Priest) herself, developed an updated version of the practice of Ho’oponopono to be implemented individually by all who need and desire to heal their hearts from resentment and discord. The main focus of this practice is to realize and accept complete responsibility for one’s deeds and actions.

Modern Ho’oponopono practice is based on the notion that everything we experience and exists around us is a projection of what we carry inside. Thus, it is our total responsibility to change our reality. In philosophical terms, this concept relates to solipsism – the only thing that exists is our mind.

The whole of reality is contingent upon the self’s perception, or the world within. The events in the world without (our outer world experience) are composed of mere interpretations of the self, having no objective existence. It is our own life experiences that got tattooed –so to speak- into our subconscious mind that compels us to “play them back” every time we encounter a new experience within the same realm.

Truth is, there are no new problems. As human beings, we carry the same blueprint since the beginning of time. We’re just playing and replaying the same old patterns. Carl Jung, Swiss Psychiatrist, referred to this as collective unconsciousness also known as a reservoir of the experiences of our species.

One of Jung’s famous theories associated with archetypes explains this concept more in depth. In it, Jung suggested the existence of universal stereotypes. These channel our experiences and emotions in a way that result in recognizable and specific behavior patterns which generate certain probable outcomes.

Memories are recorded in our subconscious mind and passed on from generation to generation. As we combine these inherited memories with our own life experiences we give birth to our own set of beliefs which make us behave the way we do. Many times, these memories fabricate limiting beliefs that manifest in vicious cycles we cannot seem to get rid of. For instance… how many times have you wanted to stop a certain behavior consciously only to realize later on that you have fallen into the same pattern, yet again?

Realize that every time you are unhappy or frustrated with one of your patterns, is because you are acting based on memories, either your own, your ancestors’ or a combination of both. As creatures of habit, this is why it seems so difficult for us -human beings- to break away from nagging routines or ways of being.

In most instances we are not even aware of this happening. This is also what makes us so unique. It may take years of self study into self discovery to get to know oneself.

The practice of Ho’oponopono enables us to release these old patterns and memories in order to emerge as the pure beings we truly are. It allows us to let go of erroneous thoughts that are preventing us from discovering our full potential and from being our true self.

Ho’oponopono Self I-Dentity practice

The updated Ho’oponopono practice, also called Self I-Dentity, is different from the group gatherings that characterized its roots. It is also different from modern day therapy and counseling. In this new version, it is the individual the one who starts this practice from a place of self conviction, free will and definite purpose.

Commitment and responsibility are present. The individual is aware of the fact that nothing needs to be fixed in the outer world, but that everything starts within the inner realm.

As mentioned above, the first step is to acknowledge that you are responsible for everything that happens in your life. As hard as this may be for some, this is an absolute essential to begin transformation, because by taking responsibility you are accepting that you are capable of modifying those aspects of your life that are not bringing you the results you want.

As simple as this may sound, it is the hardest part. Once you assimilate this and are willing to accept full responsibility, you are ready to move forward.

Four phrases to initiate the Ho’oponopono healing:
Thank you
I love you
I am sorry
Please forgive me

The simplified “how-to”

When you are ready, go to a cozy corner where you won’t be distracted and take a few minutes to be by yourself.

Sit or lay down comfortably, take a few deep breaths and close your eyes… try to set aside any problems you might have had during the day and just relax.

Now, repeat these four phrases over and over to yourself, either aloud or in your mind. Do it slowly and quietly, giving yourself the opportunity to feel the words. Focus on each word and pay attention to how you feel.

Here are some examples to follow…

  • What are you thankful for?
    Be thankful for the opportunity to clear this and let go.
  • Who do you love?
    Feel love towards the person who hurt you and towards yourself.
  • What are you sorry for?
    Feel sorry for whatever you did that caused this experience to manifest
    (this is where you take full responsibility)
  • What are you asking forgiveness for?
    Ask for forgiveness from your Higher Source and forgive yourself.
    Release and let go of what has caused this conflict and/or suffering.

Take a few moments to just be with these feelings. Let go of interpreting, ego and blame. When you are ready to continue, say a prayer for that somebody that is suffering or that has caused you suffering. It doesn’t need to be a prayer from a book, but from your heart. Breathe deeply, open your eyes, smile and go about your day feeling at peace with your being.

Welcome blessings into your life 
Let go of “learned” suffering
 
Practice
 Ho’oponopono
It can transform your life!

 

 

The Power of Gratitude

The Power Of

Gratitude

Thank You is probably one of the universal phrases that gives meaning to life. It is an everyday thing – it transcends culture, race, tradition, gender, status, language, and age.

No matter how you see it, expressing gratitude to someone for something – be it a thing, a person, an event or even a simple deed, speaks of a person’s predisposition to life as they acknowledge something good received.

Gratitude knows neither boundaries nor limits. It does not take too much effort or time to express it but its impact can last from a few hours to a lifetime; hence The Power of Gratitude.

Being grateful is a personal act of conviction that often leads to having a positive outlook of life, for a person’s point of view in life depends largely on how he/she perceives things, events, people or anything that comes his/her way. As you can imagine, gratitude goes hand in hand with having a positive attitude which helps you process matters in a lighter way even when things are not going the way you expect them to.

Having a grateful heart will always help you cope with the complexities of your life. Yet, many still wonder if it’s possible to be grateful for the challenges that show up in one’s life every now and then… Can we –somehow- be thankful for a tragedy that has impacted our lives forever?

This is a very personal decision; some people are, some others are not. Keep on reading for you to lean how gratitude can help in difficult circumstances and so you can arrive at your own conclusion…

How Does the Power of Gratitude Work?

Each one of us has a good number of reasons to be grateful for, every single day. Waking up in the morning and realizing that we are breathing, alive, and for the most part, healthy is the first one.

This may seem simple –or even trivial- however, let’s look at the bigger picture… Being in that position, it means we have been given the opportunity to do something of value, to rectify the mistakes committed yesterday, to be creative and contribute to your community, to go to work and to enjoy your family, among other things. It also gives you the possibility to meet new people and do some good for society and even the world at large. And, it gives you the option to learn a thing or two which can help you cope with challenges and improve your life in one way or another.

Thus, be grateful for having been given another day!

And then, every once in a while, we encounter circumstances that were not expected. This is when the Power of Gratitude makes itself obvious, as being grateful can mark the difference between feeling miserable or experiencing an overall pleasant life.

For someone who is used to being thankful only for the good things in life, physical and psychological symptoms of brokenness may take over when a challenge or sad moment inevitable arises as part of life. Mental anguish, panic, anxiety, fear, and a variety of physical symptoms may manifest, and when not dealt with properly, these can lead to more serious health problems once the heart and the mind have been compromised.

The grateful person, on the other hand, takes things from a different perspective. From this position, one is able to see the blessing in disguise that comes through some adversities. For instance, you have most likely heard of a single mother who lost her job and just when everything seemed lost, she found a better opportunity that will allow her to provide better for her children.

As a grateful woman, she did not allow for her world to crumble. She strived to rise above the situation. Her emotions were kept in balance, and her logical processes in check. What seemed like devastation at first, turned out to be a shift toward a better direction in life… this is what a blessing in disguise looks like!

We can all cultivate this kind of attitude for the difficult moments in life by only realizing that expressing gratitude doesn’t come from the mind but from the heart. From this premise alone you can determine the Power of Gratitude and the impact it can have in your life.

As an added benefit, let’s consider the metaphysical viewpoint of gratitude. The grateful person emits positive vibrations, which in turn attract more positive experiences to their life. If you follow law of attraction principles in your life, you already know how powerful this can be!

I invite you to listen to Dr. Deepak Chopra’s mini meditation on The Power of Gratitude… less than 3 minutes that will leave you with a smile on your face… promise! 🙂

Points to Consider on The Power of Gratitude

  • When you are grateful you are treating yourself well

    Gratefulness does not prevent or discard difficult situations in life – rather accepts them and allows for a more firm resolve and will to face them and make the nest of of them. Being grateful also enhances your ability to solve problems logically while keeping your heart engaged to give you comfort as you move along the experience.

  • Gratitude is a transformative trait

    Once you adopt a grateful state of being, your life is likely to be changed forever. You will exude an aura that soothes and calms others, even without you being aware or others knowing why. You will unconsciously decline abrasiveness, rudeness and aggressiveness because you will be able to see beyond things, people and events. You will be able to remain serene and be compasionate toward those that have not reached the state of being that you have. You will smile often. When you choose to be grateful, you make it a habit to accept and think of situations as gifts, no matter what they bring; and, when experiences are taken as gifts that present themselves to teach you something, you will always welcome them.

  • Gratitude is more powerful when things are not bright

    A grateful heart is not choosy. Instead, it warmly welcomes anything that comes along, embraces the lessons and, like a triumphant warrior, moves forward much stronger and firmer than before. In deep retrospection and reflection, gratitude is a powerful armor against false pride, anger and bitterness – the things that corrode a one’s personality.

Gratitude often brings the best out of people. Grateful people are humble, caring, kind, and considerate. They are optimistic in nature and usually live happier lives. This is why cultivating and practicing gratefulness is to your benefit; it is a vital element for your self-growth. This is where the power of gratitude lays.

There are simple practices that we can engage in to help us cultivate gratitude. Discover a handful of them by downloading “Be Grateful… Thanks!” a free report, courtesy of Tools for Abundance and the Abundance4Me ezine. I am grateful for you. I Thank You for being here and for being a faithful subscriber.

Giving and Receiving

Giving and Receiving

Creating a Cycle For Abundance

To better understand the giving and receiving cycle, let’s assess some ideas and beliefs related to money and possessions. Let us start by clarifying the function of money.

Back in the old days, before the concept of money* was even conceived, people use to transact by bartering. Arrangements such as ‘my goods in exchange for your goods’ worked fine for a while. People back then were both, giving and receiving. However, as civilization evolved and more goods and services became available, a new problem surfaced…

What if I wanted your tangerines but you were not interested in what I could give you in exchange? This is why the invention of coins and paper money (or notes) became a must to help solve this dilemma. As time passed, money became the known universal tool for exchanging commodities and services of all kinds.

By the way, when we understand the real function of money, the idea that money is the root of all evil becomes unsustainable. Truth is, money is a necessity, a collective tool used to exchange goods and services. And, this exchange helps us all prosper accordingly.

Money, Beliefs and Spirituality

Many of us grew up with the belief that monetary abundance and spirituality cannot coexist. This idea creates a divided state of mind; a broken giving and receiving cycle which makes it difficult to achieve our financial goals. On one side, our conscious mind desires to free us from financial worries. On the other, our subconscious mind vows to keep us faithfully connected to our spiritual being and the things we learned as we grew up.

However, spirituality and monetary wealth should not be mutually exclusive. Money is a source of energy that must exchange hands in order to create balance and prosperity (more on this in a bit). Keeping money with the sole purpose of accumulating it, will only create an imbalance, such as when we place more weight on one side of a scale.

Money is like a powerful key that can open many doors; and like a key, it is neither positive nor negative by itself. We get to decide what doors to open. We decide what values we place on money based on how we acquire it and how we use it. In this regard, to state that ‘money is the root of all evil’ is a fallacy. Money is just a tool, and every one of us decides how to use it.

This can be easily understood. However, one important aspect that further influences the values we place on money lay on our belief system. It is that belief that creates the subconscious associations between money, values, and morals. And this is where many people have blocks that impede the creation of abundance.

Realize that our beliefs are not based in absolute universal truth. Truth differs from one person to another according to personal conditioning and life events. In other words, truth is contingent to the person that experiences it. This is why some have much while others don’t. In many occasions you will notice that financial abundance is not related to education or a genius mind, but to belief systems that regulate the lives and outcomes of those who create abundance.

Therefore, the way we interact with money and the way we use money reflects our thoughts and ideas according to our lifetime beliefs, which are most likely different to those of others. The good news is that beliefs are not set in stone. They are quite malleable. We can get rid of beliefs that don’t serve us any longer and substitute them with beliefs that are in favor of our prosperity. Think about this…

You can make a dollar by providing a useful service or you can make a dollar selling worthless gadgets. Along those same lines, you can use the exact same dollar you earned to help a homeless person or to acquire something solely for selfish reasons.

It’s the same dollar, but it is all a matter of choice. Your choice. What are your beliefs in reference to earning and using money after having read these prior statements? Based on this, what beliefs will you choose to implant in your mind?

Yes, money provides us with the means to obtain the bare necessities to live, such as food, clothing and a roof over our heads, but it also gives us the ability to contribute to a worthy cause; thus, money also grants us with peace of mind, an essential state to live a spiritual and abundant life.

Daydream a bit. Start by thinking of all the good things you could do with an abundance of money. Become convinced of your being able to do ‘good with money’ because this is what you choose to believe and what you want choose to do.

Realize that you are choosing this path based on free will. This is the first step towards understanding that having money in abundance and living a spiritual life can indeed happen simultaneously.

Let’s wrap up these last thoughts… if money is a symbol of energy used for exchange, when we exchange money related to something of value, we participate in the movement of positive energy as we initiate a “giving and receiving” cycle which prospers others as we prosper ourselves. The result is that we all flourish together. Some spiritual masters fall this ‘going with the flow.’ Let’s also remember that it is up to each one of us to decide how to use that money as well as what meaning we give to it.

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait
a single moment before starting to improve the world.”

~ Anne Frank

The Dynamics of Giving and Receiving

At the core level, most of us feel better when money comes in that when it goes out. Paradoxically, in our day to day endeavors we feel much better when we give than when we receive. This is because most of us were taught from an early age that it is more gracious to give than to receive. In some instances, these teachings could go as far as to make us believe that receiving is linked to selfishness.

This creates an internal conflict and produces blocks at the subconscious level which may obstruct our prospering. Moreover, we cannot go through life just giving. Eventually, we’d end up feeling empty… Thus, the only way to create abundance in life is by regulating the dynamics of giving and receiving on both ends: the conscious and subconscious levels. When we gain balance, we create abundance and prosperity in our lives and the lives of those around us. The giving and receiving cycle can flow eternally, indeed.

The following analogy will help clarify this. Every time a farmer sows a seed, he is starting the giving and receiving cycle.

The farmer is actually giving a seed to Mother Nature with the full expectation to receive something in return. Next, he cultivates the crop and reaps the harvest.

He has given and knows he will receive. Mother Nature gives back the fruit which places the farmer at the receiving end of the equation. Then he starts all over again with the intention to receive during the next harvest season. This is how he participates in and enjoys the giving and receiving cycle, the natural balance of life just as Planet Earth rotates to give us day and night.

The previous scenario brings up another important point. To start receiving we must first give. It is up to us to initiate the giving and receiving cycle. And once we give we ought to receive. It all depends on the seed we plant.

Nobody will sow a seed expecting to reap no harvest, and this is no different for you and me in reference to money. Truth is, the same goes for everything else in life. When we sow love we receive affection, when we sow work we receive pay, when we sow kindness we receive empathy, when we sow peace we receive tranquility…

This contributes to the Universal Balance just like balance exists through opposites such as hot and cold, light and darkness, laughter and sadness, up and down, health and disease, and so forth… Hence, giving and receiving are both parts of the same equation. The act of giving and receiving creates a cycle and a healthy balance at the same time.

The Chinese philosophy called Tao Te Ching by Lao Tsu written during the 3rd Century BC, explains how all energies in the world are balanced in equal measure. We can find the same balance in the Ying Yan symbol. As such, the act of giving and receiving initiates an exchange of energy that grants the balance needed for the financial cycle to flow effortlessly from hand to hand.

It is when things get out of balance that we get to experience disharmony, discord, conflict, lack and limitation, amongst other unwanted effects. Giving and receiving is a two way street!

The Importance of Attitude in the Giving and Receiving Cycle

As with every other thing in life, attitude is everything. When you give, always remember to place a feeling of joy in whatever it is you are giving. Make sure you know without a shadow of a doubt that you will soon receive accordingly as you have initiated the “sow-reap” cycle.

As you give, you become the instrument that conveys positive energy. In turn, you will receive more of the same. The following mantra (taken from the “Commonwealth” personal development training) resonates perfectly with the above premise.

Repeat it in silence while you are giving…

“My prosperity prospers others. Their prosperity prospers me.”

There are always plenty of causes or people you can help according to your possibilities. The important thing is not the amount, but how you give. Make sure you give from the heart and with conviction.  The rest will fall into place consequently.

“The Universe operates through dynamic exchange…giving and receiving are different aspects of the flow of energy in the universe. And in our willingness to give that which we seek, we keep the abundance of the universe circulating in our lives.”

 ~ Deepak Chopra

* A couple of interesting historical facts related to money:
The first records of money use date back to 1200 BC in Southern Algeria, and the coins were called shekels. Also, the word money comes from “Moneta”, the Roman Goddess of Prosperity; a Latin word that translates as moneda or coin in Spanish.

 

Reiki

Reiki

The Power to Heal is in Your Hands!

Reiki is a Japanese Healing Art based on ancient wisdom. From health to spiritual and financial abundance, Reiki can be used to create abundance in every aspect of life.

The word itself derives from two elements. ‘Rae’, which means Universal, and ‘Ki’ that refers to Life Force Energy, or that which gives us life.

Thus, we can refer to Rei-ki as The Universal Life Force Energy or the vital energy that we are connected to through breath.

Every time we breathe, we bring into ourselves this Universal Life Energy. It is also said that, Rae is the Universal Spirit (also called God or The Source) and Ki is manifestation of that spirit in all living creatures; however, it is important to mention that this healing art has no religious affiliation of any kind.

When we work with Reiki, we are working with the Spiritual Force or the energy that we all share, energy that lies within us and is available to us all.  As we work with Reiki our intention to balance the chakras or sacred energy centers from which all of our functions, integration and enlightenment spring from.

When the chakras are in balance we enjoy physical, emotional, and spiritual health. There are seven main chakras: crown, brow/third eye, throat, heart, solar plexus, sacral and base/root.

Each chakra represents one energy center that corresponds to nerve endings and ganglia that branch out from the spine. Furthermore, each center is associated with stages of development, archetypes, colors and sounds, physiological functions, mental awareness and states of consciousness, as well as other aspects of being.

Basic Characteristics of Every Chakra

Chakra Sanskrit Name Color Location Area of Influence
Muladhara Red Coccyx – Base of Spine Survival, Security, Responsibility
Svadisthana Orange Below the Navel – Lower Abdomen Feelings, Connectedness, Sexuality
Manipura Yellow Above the Navel – Stomach Power, Self-Confidence, Ego
Anahata Green Chest Relationships, Love, Acceptance
Visuddha Blue Throat Expression, Loyalty, Organization
Anja Indigo Between the eyes Intuition, Insight, Third eye
Sahasrara Violet Crown – Top of head Knowingness, Connection to Source

Reiki works in a comprehensive manner. It offers to empower and balance your chakra energy system as a whole to bring your body, mind, emotions, and spirit into harmony. We work with this energy in a non-judgmental, non-invasive, kind, and compassionate way by positioning our hands in specific places on or above the body (with or without touch) and with a focused intention to heal or make things better.

This healing therapy does NOT rely on physical manipulation like massage therapy, physiotherapy or chiropractic treatment. It doesn’t need drugs, medication or herbs for it to work either. Furthermore, there is no need for a diagnosis and unlike Allopathic Medicine, Reiki has not different treatments for specific ailments or diseases.

As you study this healing art, you will come across many different modalities. Last I heard there were over 40. This can be overwhelming and confusing, especially if you are just starting to get familiar with this healing art. Therefore, I suggest you stick to Usui Reiki as this is the one from which all those other modalities or practices have derived from.

The main focus of Reiki is on healing the energy patterns that may be disrupted or blocked. These blocks have caused the clogging -or closing- of our chakras which in turn have brought about unwanted signs and symptoms that are creating discomfort and disease. Our energy flow can get obstructed as a result of a variety of energy-snatching causes like negative experiences, worries, feelings, emotions, day to day stress, malnutrition, and even germs and pollution.

Thus, manipulating our energy will help us reestablish the balance in the energy flow within so we can live in harmony within our inner world and with our outer world.

Reiki therapy is totally harmless and has a wide range of uses. As mentioned above, there is no specific methodology for a muscle pain or a headache. And there is no special treatment for depression or anxiety either. The same form of Reiki can be used to heal any ailment and complaint because it focuses in healing the spirit as a whole and realigning the energy flow at its core.

This treatment helps reduce stress and apprehension; it lessens pain, relaxes, brings calmness to counteract the effects of a busy lifestyle, and creates a deep sense of peace, relaxation, and well being.

This healing art can be used on all living creatures -humans, animals and plants- as well as to “cure” disruptions in the energy field of the surrounding environment and even to clear the energy around your business. Yes, as amazing as this may sound, Reiki has also been used to create financial abundance. It aids in the removal of blocks that may be clogging up energy paths which prevent us from moving forward in business.

Another fascinating aspect of Reiki is that physical distance is irrelevantDistance healing can be performed to help those that are far away, and even to send peace to certain parts of the Globe.

The results of distant healing are not well understood, but it is believed that we share this life force through an invisible net that links us all; so when we are working with this powerful energy, we are directing the healing force through the net –so to speak- to a specific target and with a particular intention.

And for those of us who are more inclined to scientific data and research, did you know that Reiki has electrical and magnetic qualities that can be measured? This document by Bernadette Doran, BS, RMT, Director of Equilibrium Energy & Education, a wellness center in Chicago, will walk you through to the science behind Reiki and the irrefutable proof of magneto-biology which makes Reiki work. You are going to be fascinated by “The Science Behind Reiki“… a free download that will open your eyes to the possibilities!

To bring this all up to a simple definition, this healing art is a gentle, non-invasive, drug-free healing therapy that nurtures a sense of balance and harmony with the intention to heal the individual as a whole… the all encompassing physical, mental, emotional and spiritual aspects of being. Isn’t it awesome?

The power to heal ourselves and others lies in our hands… Literally!

Thanks to technology, it is easier than ever to learn this healing art and become a Reiki Master… I invite you to visit my personal Reiki blog where you’ll have the opportunity to learn in-depth information about Reiki and to take a FREE 7 Part Introduction to Reiki Audio Course – the same course that initiated me into this magnificent Healing Art.

May the Force Be with You!

I invite you to relax watching this short video… enjoy the soft music, learn the many ways in which Reiki can heal you, and discover the Reiki Principles for a Blissful Life! Take a couple of minutes to unwind and feel the Reiki flowing through you! Enjoy!

 http://Reiki-Master-Training.com

 

Movies for the Soul

Movies for the Soul

Aspiration and Inspiration

We all have aspiration to succeed in more than one area of life… we may aspire to have a great relationship, a prosperous business, a larger bank account, happier children, better health, traveling, a gorgeous home or a number of other things.

Spiritual Cinema Circle

As human beings, it is in our nature to aspire to absolute well being, whatever that represents for each one of us. One element needed to achieve any aspiration is inspiration. Somehow, when we are inspired, the world around us looks different.

This is due to actual changes in the subconscious mind.

When we become inspired, we tap into the true power of our minds, our consciousness expands allowing us to think “outside the box”, to become creative, to break free from “either/or” as we become aware that both options are indeed possible.

Uncertainties and inconsistencies are not longer threatening as they turn into opportunities to engage in innovative ways of thinking.

This is why artists rely on inspiration to create original pieces of art and inventors tap into their inspiration to imagine and create useful inventions. Writers and scientists use inspiration too, as well as the greatest thinkers and Nobel Prize winners of the planet.

The Master of Positive Thinking of all times, Norman Vincent Peale said that when we are inspired, we develop a natural enthusiasm that propels us to do the greatest things in life.

Where does Inspiration come from?

Contemplative observation of nature, practicing Yoga or Tai Chi, and meditation are some techniques to become inspired. Also, listening to music, reading moving stories and watching insightful movies are amongst the most common tools that can trigger inspiration.

If you have ever watched an inspiring movie, you certainly remember the feeling you got afterwards… and it is at that state when our hidden creativity comes to life.

Are you in need for Instant Inspiration right now?

Dedicate a few minutes to feed your soul and mind by visiting these links for a few instant inspirational short movies for the soul. And don’t forget… bookmark this page or better yet, subscribe to Abundance4Me, to receive news of the new links that are frequently added…

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