Mind Control: The Power of Our Thoughts - Mrs. Sara Crispe

Episode 57 December 06, 2021 00:46:13
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Mind Control: The Power of Our Thoughts - Mrs. Sara Crispe
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Does it really matter what we think if we don’t ever speak those thoughts, let alone act on them? Isn’t daydreaming harmless? Aren’t our actions all that really count? Learn how our thoughts are the basis for how we interact with the world around us, and discover just how much power they have, and more importantly, how much power we have over them.

This lecture was delivered at the 13th annual National Jewish Retreat. For more information and to register for the next retreat, visit: Jretreat.com.

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