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The Question of Free Will

Jan 10, 2020

For years there has raged an argument on college campuses across the globe. Since the subconscious appears to make over 90% of our choices, is there really any such thing as free will? The fact is, ever since the pioneering work of Benjamin Libet and his observation of cortical evoked potentials, particularly the P300 wave, scientists have known that the conscious mind is the tail being wagged by the subconscious. In other words, and the hard data bears this conclusion out, the conscious mind makes up reasons for why we do what we do out of an inherent need to ...

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Better Life?

Oct 29, 2019

In this week’s spotlight I would like to discuss the nature of living better. What does a better life mean to you? Is it more money, additional free time, travel, better relationships, or what? Think about this for a moment before continuing this read. I believe that most people think of a better life in terms of all those possibilities outside of themselves. Money, time, travel, possessions, relationships—these are all matters external to ourselves that we define. So, think this way for a moment, what do these things really get you? Perhaps we have more money or time, but that ...

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Faith or Doubt?

Oct 07, 2019

In this week’s spotlight I’d like to discuss doubt. There are very many religious leaders who instruct us that faith arises only when doubt exists. That is, there is no such thing as faith in things known—faith arises only from things unknown. Ought? Still other religious leaders and spiritual teachers instruct us that doubt is the denial of faith. Doubt is to be vanquished and the word of God should replace it. Indeed, doubt is the work of the Deceiver for, as stated in Romans 14:23, “But he who doubts is condemned if he eats, because his eating is not ...

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Essential Pillars of Success

Sep 10, 2019

There are certain character traits that must be in place if you are to experience success, regardless of the goal. You must believe in yourself, believe that you deserve, be motivated, be physically well, have a sense of optimism, eliminate stress, and refine and implement your strategies, have a clear vision and then allow the prosperity to flow to you. But in this day and age, when we are bombarded with negative informations, maintaining this degree of positiveness can be very difficult. InnerTalk The patented InnerTalk subliminal technology is the easiest way to prime yourself for success. There were 105 ...

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Change Your Inner Beliefs —Change Your Life!

Sep 06, 2019

One of the things I’ve learned is that it doesn’t matter how obscure a problem is, or how insignificant the problem may seem to others, the only thing that really matters is the significance of the issue to the individual. When you find the solution for your own particular life-challenges, then your world improves—it is that simple. Self-improvement is not about becoming the ‘ideal’ person according to the opinion of others, it is about overcoming restrictions in your own life and moving firmly onto the path that YOU choose to be on. The vast majority of people discover InnerTalk as ...

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Back-To-School for Adults

Aug 27, 2019

I came across an idea recently that I thought was pretty brilliant. Back to school time is incredibly significant to our young people, with most of them eager (or nervous) about starting afresh. They gather their new pens, pencils and notebooks as they vow to make this a better year (or their best year ever). It is a time for fresh starts and clean slates, and life is full of opportunities. Parents get very caught up in the anticipations of their children and generally look forward to hearing all of their exciting news when they come home. But if truth ...

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