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Willow: Keywords for this remedy are self-pity, isolation, more embittered, bitter, unforgiving, resentment, a need for revenge, an inability to reconcile, and being at odds with fate. There are certain kinds of people who feel victimized by circumstances. They sometimes...

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Total Wealth Serum {TWS} for Money Wealth Abundance Success (CS-2)

Total Wealth Serum for Money Wealth Abundance Success VK
Total Wealth Serum {TWS} is the 2nd serum on the list of our Cosmic Serums. The keyword of the Total Wealth Serum is Money,...

18 Powerful Habits of Self-Made Billionaires That Will Immediately Improve Your...

Powerful Habits of Self-Made Billionaires That Will Immediately Improve Your Life
Here are Some Examples of Habits of Some Self-Made Billionaires or Inspiring Rich People 1. Billionaires Welcome the Sunrise With Open Eyes Waking up early gives...

How to Become a MONEY MAGNET in 40 Days Part 2...

How to Become a MONEY MAGNET in 40 Days Part 2
40 Days Program/ Ritual to Become a MONEY MAGNET Part 2 (Day 6 to 10) Thank You for doing the 1st ritual to become a...

Bach Flower Remedies

Chestnut Bud Helps To Learn From Past Mistakes And Failures

Chestnut Bud: Key Words for the people who need this remedy are: fail to learn from mistakes-past experiences, repeating errors without learning from them,...

Vervain Bach Remedy Neutralize the Over-Excited State of the Person

Bach Remedy Vervain Neutralize the Over-Excited State of the Person
Vervain: Keywords for this remedy are missionary zeal, obsessive worry, fixed ideas, inflexible beliefs and convictions, fanaticism, and blindly zealous beliefs. These are the precisionist...

Mimulus Release Every Known Fear And Induce Courage and Strength

Mimulus Release Every Known Fear And Induce Courage and Strength
Mimulus: Keywords for this remedy are fear, phobias, excessive timidity or anxiety, fear, shyness, grief, and self-absorption. These fears are those fears of everyday-unknown...