The Code

The Code

10 Intentions for A Better World

eBook - 2008
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The Code boldly presents readers with a true, workable solution for the challenges facing our world today. Based on a new Code of Conduct that anyone can relate to, it is full of real life stories uniquely designed first, to help readers become self-empowered and more proficient at manifesting so that they are no longer at the mercy of people and forces outside themselves, and second, to provide a simple tried-and-true format for coming together in community to create peace, freedom, and the high quality living environment that everyone longs for and deserves. Tony Burroughs was living and farming in Hawaii when a mentor came to him and, over the course of fifteen years, taught him lessons he simply referred to as "The Information". Burroughs and two others formed a spiritual circle to practice the lessons provided by the mentor and distilled them into a "personal honor code" available to all people wishing to prepare for a time of great change. The time is now at hand and Burroughs, along with thousands of others who have formed "Intenders Circles" throughout the world, is sharing a simple and powerful message: that which you are reaching toward is also reaching out toward you. The practice is, literally, as easy as one, two, three:say your intentions out loud dailygo to an Intenders Circlestate that, in order for your intentions to manifest, they must serve the Highest and Best Good of the Universe, yourself, and everyone concernedSince there are no limits on what you can think about, there are no limits on what you can intend.
Publisher: [United States] : Red Wheel Weiser : Made available through hoopla, 2008.
ISBN: 160925600X
Branch Call Number: eBook hoopla
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: hoopla digital


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Oct 29, 2014

This book reminds me of when I go out to eat and order an item which I despise but then don't remember why I despise it until I eat it again.

The idea of simplification and just believing would be great if it really worked -- sad to say magical thinking doesn't work.

If that was so -- if it was so -- I'm sure the world would be a much better place for all.


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