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Divine Expression

posted by The MEGA Coach

The Power of the Spoken Word II

Florence Schovel Shinn taught metaphysics in New York for many years during the Great Depression.  Her meetings were well attended and even today, her books have a wide circulation all over the world.  They have a knack of finding their way to remote and unexpected places.

“Let me now express the Divine Idea in my mind, body and affairs.”

“If you will impress the subconscious by repeating this statement you will be amazed at the changes which soon take place.  You will be bombarded by new ideas and new ideals.  A chemical change will take place in your body.  Your environment will change for the better, for you are expanding rapidly into the Divine Plan, where all conditions are permanently perfect.

You are fully equipped for the Divine Plan of your life.  You are more than equal to every situation.”

prosperously yours,
:) Lee
The MEGA Coach

 

 

 



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