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Dear Bob!

Your content is just magnificent! I have opened and explored a couple of the links here, and wow doggie!!

I must ask you a question though regarding writing and reframing past content. A long time ago I had heard of this, and that it worked, when I went to buy the book that explained the process it was expensive like $80.00 or something, so I let my genius find drift away from me. Do you know what the book is, and who it’s by??

Also, have you heard of Neville Godard, who spoke about revision? His book is one of the most powerful magical books I know of.

Thank you so much,

Michelle

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Hi Michelle, You're very kind. I love "wow doggie!" I don't know of the $80 book, but I'm familiar with the works of Neville Godard, who has quite a few amazing books. I just ran across something about Neville elsewhere, so now that you've mentioned him, too, I'm going to revisit my bookshelf for him. Thanks for the message!

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But do you know of that work, the reframing work that you made mention of? Can you recommend something that does the subject justice?

I am so excited that you’re digging back into Neville’s work. I must say the book that blew my socks off, that I still reference is, The Law and The Promise! Page after page are miracles, faith in action!

I can’t wait to read your next story!!

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I can't think of one that I'd recommend now. Neville's book on imagination probably does the best job in this regard.

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So true... we keep proving ourselves (our stories, really) right until we see the connection. Thanks for laying out a clear example

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Hi Cheryl, sometimes we see what we want or expect to see only to have something shift us out of our thinking to see a new paradigm. I love when that happens.

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Bob, thank you. Last night, I prayed for support/guidance on dealing with an accumulation of experiences from over the years that frustratingly, continue to haunt me in difficult ways. While I know you write to a larger audience, today's topic was a very clear and direct answer to my prayer, as once before many years ago, I did one 'rewrite' that had a deep and positive impact on me for a long time. I've learned to trust that such clear (and quick) answers to prayers are never coincidence, so I'm grateful to Spirit for this, and to you for being part of my help.

I'm excited to tackle this process again with better understanding and experience some much needed healing. Your writing and sharing is a true blessing.

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Thank you, Bruce. I appreciate you sharing so intimately about this profound divine coincidence. I agree that serendipity of this sort is a clear answer to your prayers. That's how I look for my own answers. I often don't know why I write what I write. I try to allow spirit to guide me. I fully believe this message was directly for you, even though it will help others too. Thanks for telling me about your beautiful story. May the blessings continue.

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I love this...

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Hi Bob!

I love the insights in this story. Because we as humans only experience linear time, it could be hard for some people to think they can go back and change the story. But like you said, we can!

I’ve heard, “time is every where, every when.” A good concept to remember. Although I have gone back to certain times in my life to change regrets, I am looking forward to changing the many stories I lived as a child, so thank you so much for the reminder! I really love your Tuesday posts!☺️

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Hi Margi! That's really cool that you've done this for past regrets. I too have to remind myself of what is possible if we allow ourselves to sustain skepticism and keep an open mind. Thanks for responding. Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

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