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The Circle

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  • Posted February 10, 2009

    The Circle

    This book is awesome and helps to direct you on a spiritual journey within to find out exactly what you want to manifest in your life. It helps sort the wants from the needs to really focus yourself on what things are necessary for you individually to create the life you truly want! Very inspiring. I've given it as gifts to many of my friends who are finding the world to be much more difficult than they ever anticipated. Very hopeful way to find your way through action.

    7 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 14, 2009

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    New Twist on Attracting to Your Life

    The concept behind the Circle is not new to me, that being learning to allow your life to be and happen as you want. I enjoyed the presentation, and learned some new ideas about the subject, and would certainly recommend it to others.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 17, 2014

    Chapter 12

    "Fine," the axe raider scowled and Dion went to a side door. He had to think. How could he escape. There was a window, but that was barred. He had to distract the guard... He suddenly had a plan. "WATCH OUT!" He shouted and dove out of the room into the axe-raider, sending them tumbling across the ground. "Get...off...me..." the axe-raider choked. "I'll let you go if you tell me where the indian girl is, the indian boy, and their little brother. NOW!" "They're...The girl is in Dungeon 345 with the little boy and Wenalt is already getting executed." The axe-raider smiled evilly, but Dion grabbed the weapon out of the axe-raider's sheath and killed him. Dion had no sympathy for him. He decided to go find Wenalt first and fast. He ran down the left hall and guessed that was where Wenalt was being taken. There were dark passages here and there and a few axe-raiders guarded the halls. Great. Dion clutched his sword. Just a few axe-raiders, and I'll ask one of them about Wenalt, he thought. He surprised them by jumping out and killing 2 of them. Dion wrestled the third to the ground. The axe-raider tried to shout for help, but Dion held his sword threatingly. "Ok...ok...what do you want?" The third axe-raider glared at Dion. "Where is Wenalt?" He asked. "He's two halls to the left and one to the right. Please...don't kill me," the axe-raider begged. "FINE. BUT DON'T STAND." Dion had the raider obey and moved away. Two halls to the right and one to the left, Dion remembered. He followed the directions. Suddenly, he saw Wenalt being taken by 3 axe-raid guards to the execution spot in front of tons of cheering axe-raiders. The Dark Lord was there. How could Dion do this? He couldn't waste any time. He wish he hadn't betrayed the Dark Lord, so he could betray him later. He jumped out into the cheering crowd slaying all the axe-raiders and shocking the Dark Lord. He grabbed Wenalt and ran. "Who..." Wenalt muttered. "Later..............." Dion said hurriedly. "AFTER THEM!" The Dark Lord was more furious then EVER! "Come on, come on, come on!" Wenalt and Dion ran. "Here!" Dion found dungeon 345, but suddenly, fire was blasted all around Dion. "I know what you're trying to do... Dion..." The Dark Lord was there, pointed a sword at the nervous Wenalt and holding a hand out to Dion, probably about to blast him with fire. "Maybe you should surrender in the dungeons, or die." Dion literally had no choice. Maybe he should go surrender until electricity jumped out at the Dark Lord.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2011

    The real deal

    This woman is the real deal. Everyone else is an empath looking to take your money and get famous.

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