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Instant Manifestation Secrets

by Jerome Princy (2020-02-05)

Remember, the fast track Instant Manifestation Secrets Review to spiritual awakening does not depend on how much fame or fortune you're born with (or currently possess), or on how many advanced degrees you have, but on how much you're willing to (temporarily) forgo your comfort zones for the noble purpose of personal and spiritual growth. This is important because it is your individual growth that is of utmost importance at this crossroad in humanity's collective evolution. Remember also that the signs and symptoms you experience aren't just signs or symptoms; they are designed to assist you in the spiritual awakening process. Every December I like to sit down and reflect over the past year, and then prepare a life plan for the coming year. This is not a New Years' Resolutions exercise in futility, but rather, an opportunity to reflect, to look at how far God has brought me in the previous year, and where He may be leading me in the year ahead. It is a chance to seek Him and ask Him in what direction He would like for me to go over the next 12 months. The end of 2009 marked the end of a very difficult year fraught with painful decisions and discouraging results, both in business and on a personal level. So heading into 2010 I was determined to make some changes that would bring more honor to God, and (I hoped) bring more personal fulfillment to me than my endeavors of the previous year. But aside from my own plans, I felt very distinctly that God had something in store for me. This stood out to me in a verse from the book of Ezekiel, chapter 36, verses 26 and 27: "I will take away your stubborn heart and give you a new heart and a desire to be faithful. You will have only pure thoughts, because I will put my Spirit in you and make you eager to obey my laws and teachings." (CEV) At the end of 2009 I was excited about the prospects of this "new heart," and I looked forward to having (for once) "only pure thoughts." And I truly eagerly anticipated being obedient to God's laws and teachings.