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New Book Release A Healthy Mind and Best You by Dr Mbuso Precious Mabuza.pdf

Living in this world presents us with a broad spectrum of possibilities. The circumstances of individuals and societies may differ, but the bottom line is that all people have the potential to achieve great results in every aspect of their lives. It is a fact that we live in an unequal world, and that many people in many parts of the world are experiencing challenges beyond measure, yet others are enjoying prestige and prosperity beyond imagination. We can draw inspiration from societies and people with little or no resources or means, but who have transformed dire situations into the best situations at all levels of life. A paradigm shift that enables a positive conditioning of our minds can propel us to greater heights that we never imagined could be possible, whereas, focusing so much on the negatives can cloud our thinking and disable us from achieving our potential. It is all about a resolve by taking a stand to end the cycle of negativity, pain, trauma, illness, poverty, and inequalities, in order to transform our lives for the best at all levels of our being, regardless of our background or circumstances. Dr. Mbuso Precious Mabuza
Added: 2018-12-07 19:47

 
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