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A Question and a Challenge

Mar 31, 2022

Question: What dilapidated and out-of-date mindset
is not serving you?

Challenge: Name it. Cut the cord in your mind’s eye.
Consciously breathe into this liberating moment as
the old mindset floats away.

What are you aware of?

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