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Importance Of Diwali Or Deepavali

Diwali

Diwali is the most important festival for Hindus. This festival is celebrated by many other religions as well. It means a combination of two words Deepavali and Utsav which translates to a light that fills homes’. Diwali is the...

Affirmations

Money Earning Ideas

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 5...

How to Become a MONEY MAGNET in 40 Days Part 5 Day 24 to 29
Are you excited to know the 5th Ritual/ Program of Money Magnet? I am sure you are feeling good following the 1st Ritual of blessing...

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

Clematis Can Heal Useless Fantasies and Dreamy State of Mind

Clematis Can Heal Useless Fantasies and Dreamy State of Mind
Clematis: Key Words for the people who need this remedy are unrealistic fantasies, dreamy, drowsy, not fully awake, no great interest in life, anxiety,...

Pine Release Self Pettiness, Minuteness, and Worthlessness

Pine Release Self Pettiness Minuteness Worthlessness
Pine: Keywords for this remedy are “this personality cannot stand up for himself”, guilt complex, blaming, confusion, controlling, holding-on, grief, shame, moralistic compulsions, drives,...

Cherry Plum Helps to Stay in Control and Let Go Things...

Cherry Plum Helps to Stay in Control and Let Go Things Easily
Cherry Plum: Keywords for the people who need this remedy are irrational, uncontrolled hysteria, grief controlling, holding on, self-absorption, anger, fight, sorrow, worry, indecisiveness,...