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Learn to Believe Your Vision

The Truth about Facts, Opinions and the Extraordinary Mind

By Richard B. Brooke



Neither a wish nor a goal compares in power to a vision. If we don’t believe our vision, every time we visualize it we feel like a fraud. Since we know it is not true, reading it every day may become a chore and soon we lose interest. So how do we learn to believe anything we choose?
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