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March 14th, 2008

Ever Notice How…

Ever notice how young children think the world and everything in it is okay for them to have, hold and use.

There is no toy they are not deserving of. There is no clothing or food or car or house or person who is too good for them.

There is nothing wrong with muney.

There is no such thing as wanting too much or having too much.

There’s nothing wrong with laughing and having a good time – or crying because you feel sad.

There’s nothing the child feels he should not think about or imagine.

There’s nothing too big, too far off or too hard.

The child is free to be who he or she is.

Good news: No matter your age, the child is still there, ready to explore the impossible and to achieve the incredible.

Are you ready to free your imagination for a few minutes each day to Psycho-Cyb yourself.

If so, it won’t be long before you become a new person with a new life.

Matt Furey

P.S. Great things are coming your way at my May fitness and mind power seminar are you ready to let it be okay for you to have them.

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