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The Desteni I Process is a training program beginning with the Introduction to Desteni course and following with the extensive Structural Resonance Alignment Training. With this comes the opportunity to build yourself an income. This is possible through you sharing your journey of self-discovery and self-realization through blogging and vlogging and inspiring others to join the Desteni I Process. Each of your recruits then provides part of your income.

For registration and further information visit the Desteni I Process website.

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  • Marek  Sniager

    Press Publish Tickets

    It is with great excitement that I announce the opening of ticket sales for the Press Publish conference series we teased here earlier this month!

    After scouring the web for bloggers with inspiring stories, successful blogs, and unique voices, we’ve confirmed the speaker lineups, and are thrilled to be including popular WordPres...

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  • kim amourette

    2015 Why do I Always Feel Left Out? - Part 3

    Why do I Always Feel Left Out? - Part 3Changing Feeling Left Out in Real-Time

    This  is a continuation of my journey of changing an emotional experience of feeling left out in real time. After having walked the initial step 1 and 2 I am now again investigating and having...

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  • Fidelis Spies

    Day 272: Whiplash the Movie: Opening a can of Whiplash

    Watch the movie first before reading this, Spoiler Alert.

    The first scene that shows us what kind of person the conductor is is when he kicks out one of players. From there we can see this guy is an extreme perfectionist.

    When Andrew Neimann sits on the drums for a first practice session with the band, it becomes apparent that the conductor is not your everyday average conductor. Terrence Fletcher (the conductor) first utters the words “That’s not quite my tempo” (st...

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  • Marek  Sniager

    Google Analytics for Business sites

    The Stats on are a special favorite of many site owners — it’s our second-most visited screen. At a glance, you can see when you get the most traffic, which posts are making the biggest impact, who your most frequent commenters are, and more. It’s a great way to gain insights into your visitors and your site.

    To complement our built-in stats and to give you even more information about your traffic, you can now use ...

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  • Anna Brix Thomsen

    Radical Self-Unschooling. DAY 340

    The past five days I have been home with the flu. During these days I have spent a lot of time researching and educating myself online. Something that I have particularly spent time investigating is the educational philosophy of radical unschooling. Radical unschooling is an educational but also political activist philosophy that supports the notion that we as human beings learns best when learning is self-initiated and when what we learn is something we are interested in learning. Radical...

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  • Viktor Persson

    Day 204: What is a Weakness?

    Some days ago my partner became sick, and when this happened an interesting experience emerged within me, specifically in regards to the point of being sick – and that was irritation and anger.

    So, Continue »

  • Marek  Sniager

    One Theme, Three Ways: Customizing Twenty Fifteen

    Our default theme this year, Twenty Fifteen, draws visitors’ eyes to what matters most — the text and images you publish on your site. Crisp typography, generous spacing, streamlined navigation: Twenty Fifteen shows that less can indeed be more (and that it can look great on any device).

    Keeping things simple and streamlined doesn’t mean you can’t make a theme your own, o...

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  • Kristina Salas

    386: Making Up My Own Mind about Death

    The following are self-corrective statements made in relation to the two previous blogs I've written in relation to a resistance, that revealed a fear, which implied a separation from life and living. The corrective statements are a script one write for oneself, deciding who one will be in specific moments of one's life, within oneself, and making that decision within self-awareness and self-honesty.
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  • Kristina Salas

    385: What a Fear of Death Reveals

    Following yesterday's blog with some self-forgiveness:

    I forgive myself that I have accepted and allowed myself to resist the fear of death existing within and as me, as revealed through my resistance towards listening to the Continue »
  • Kristina Salas

    384: The Reality of Death

    Currently I, as many others (including you), have access to information that is unlike anything else in this world. The insights, clarity, and astounding support that comes from this source is so unbelievably life supporting, my life has been forever, gratefully, changed from it.

    What am I talking about?

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