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'Believing Is Seeing' Is the Flipped Mantra That Changed My Childcare Dilemma into a Dream Situation

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Sit down and picture yourself accomplishing what you want.

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One of the things I loved most about the late spiritual guru Wayne Dyer, Ed.D., was his rejection of the widely held belief that “seeing is believing.”

Dr. Dyer called bologna on this belief by ascertaining that, while accurate, it’s a very limiting (and rather obvious) view of perceiving what’s real in this world.

Of course you can see that your dreams (a new business, home, relationship with your children or waistline) came true when they’re staring you right in the face. But what actually helps those dreams come true

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