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“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”
― Wayne W. Dyer
Our reality is like a ever growing garden, each day we see the beautiful bloom which we are given from the flowers we grow, we can never understand why we are so fascinated with this, but we are so lost in its beauty that it will have us locked in forever. This is what this episode is about, its about really exploring the mind and the fascinating concept of why some people see this beautiful garden and other people cant.
We delve deep in to the cosmic work of Jennifer Sodini, where we discuss cosmic networks, and how they hold relevance to us, the power of a universal living mind. And we discuss in depth on what our thoughts are made of, so stay tuned for this power house of an episode.
Seven Hermetic Principles
Embodying Yourself in the words
Universal living mind
What thoughts are made of?
Energy in society right now heading in the right direction
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Jennifer Sodini is a talented and eclectic creative entrepreneur. The term eclectic by definition means deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse... range of sources; that flat description merely scratches the surface of where Jennifer’s inspirations and her multifaceted abilities come from.
Jennifer has an innate gift to perceive beyond what is visibly seen. A born empath and spiritual intuitive, Jennifer has devoted herself to understanding the nature of reality, life, death, dimensions and consciousness. Her writings and endeavours reflect that goal.
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The Ascend Podcast is a Movement of Knowledge and Wisdom For Your Mind, and the show is proudly hosted by Dan Harrison and Chris Hopper. One of our purposes at ASCEND is to consistently challenge the beliefs of the human species to show all of you that you shouldn’t be so certain. For the world is an endlessly complex and mysterious place… The freethinker understands this. The freethinker seeks consistently to expand and refine their worldview, knowing that there is always room for more knowledge and perspective.
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