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Hello. I'm obviously new here with this being my first post I have been practicing mental photography and was wondering if I might test my retention here? I wanted to ask before I began participating in any conversations and possibly type a bunch of jiberish Thanks,JD Peace,John-Derek"This is me, achieving Mastery.""If you will give more attention to what is flowing through you toward something, instead of what's flowing through someone else toward you, things will get better right away. - Abraham-Hicks"
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Welcome! I am sure your ability to read quickly will be much admired on our site! I suggest you read one of our current selections and jump right into the discussion.
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Mental photography? Tell us more. And welcome to BookTalk!
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I too am a quick reader, but I have never heard of mental photography. Do you have a definition? I am very interested. Also, I like your signature. I teach a class called The Yogic Life that combines mind, body, and spirit with yoga.I also help others open their chakras. O.k., now I have said way too much One Wicked Goddess - Kimberlee"People are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." - Pres. Lincoln"It Takes a Village..." - Mrs. C.
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wckdgdssplease explain chakras, I looked up the word and the dictionary said that it was a term meant to represent spirits named after the Hindu gods. Is this how you use the term? Later
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