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Message from the Universe: The Time and Space continuum

“Oh sure, telepathy becomes second nature, levitation becomes child’s play, manifestations are a breeze, and friends instantly recognize each other in spite of the millenniums that had briefly kept them apart.

But do you know what’s missed by those who move beyond time and space?

Yeah, pretty much everything.

Oh, my!

The Universe”¬©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com

Regardless of all the skills and talents you possess, there is nothing more important in life than your strong belief of who you are as a person. Haven’t you seen people who are geniuses with no social skills, gorgeous models with inferiority complex, and so much more, but yet, are lacking what is really important: Trust and love for yourself. They go through life never really accepting themselves as being human, and allowing others to dictate how they should behave. Their relationship with opposite genders becomes co-dependent, and they focus all their energies to making others happy. They forget who they are as people and keep falling in the same trap over and over again. Instead of learning how NOT to do the same things, they feel like it is their responsibility to save others. In the meantime, they put their sanity at risk, working day and night in trying to make that other person happy, which, in reality, that will NEVER happen. Learning to accept who you are as a person and your limitations, moving towards feeling happy should remain your number one priority. It is not selfishness at all, it is reality. Start learning that today.

Every day should be enjoyed like it is your last. Why live in misery? Why fight the inevitable? Why try to change the things that you can’t really change? Why fight it? Why remaining in this constant battle that will drain your energy and keep you all the way down to the abyss of hell and not allow you to ¬†move forward. Stop looking at what can happen, a year from now, and focus what will happen NOW, today, at that instance. I am not saying that you can train your mind to think this way in a day or so, but you need to start practicing this approach as soon as you can. You want to regain your power, that skill that will allow you to feel good about yourself, all over again. Think positive, take back your identity from that vampire that keep draining your blood and focus on who you are TODAY. Since we never really know what to expect tomorrow, it is important to look deep within ourselves and see if we are happy with what we see, every morning, as we get ready to tackle our day. Are you not happy with what you see? You know what to do after answering that question. Most importantly, stay honest with yourself and admit that change is imminent. This should be the beginning of an exciting journey.

Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD, MBA, CLC

Author/Inspirational Speaker/Life Coach

Happy in 100 days.

Dan Amzallag

About Dan Amzallag

A fitness expert specialized in both resistance training and nutrition, Dan Amzallag has 14 years experience in the field of kinesiology, cardio vascular and kettle bell training. He has written three books related to fitness and personal training and been published and sold through famous retailers such as B&N and Amazon. Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD also possesses a Doctorate degree in Organizational Leadership and communication from the Institute of Metaphysics and Humanistic Sciences in Sarasota, Florida. He is a certified life and fitness coach and helps people with different problems related to depression, anxiety, eating disorders, and so much more. If you are looking for coaching, or counseling, do not hesitate to contact me at your earliest convenience. I am here to help. Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD 3013251550

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