Triggers, Momentum and Change: The Impact of a Thought

05.17.2021 - By Adventures in Truth Podcast

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On a recent ski trip I had a powerful, debilitating, distracting, triggered experience that became an uplifting, empowering, enlightening, clarifying experience that I must share with you. The impact of a thought can fire up our triggers, create powerful momentum and inspire change. I wouldn't have believed myself had I not experienced it.

This show is all about laying bear the power of ONE thought with energy. I want to take you through every aspect of the incredible experience, because we ALL experience the same thing. I will share the tools I used in my effort to shift my energy, change the momentum, and finally to create positive change. You won't want to miss this!

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Show Intro created and produced by Loren Michaels Harris. Find him here: www.lorenmichaelsharris.com

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