Pat O’Bryan sent the following email to me today and I just had to share it with you. I’ll comment on it at the end, so don’t judge it too quickly…
Last night I was reading “The
Wisdom of Andrew Carnegie
as told to Napoleon Hill,”
and I noticed something –
Carnegie and Hill say to write
out your intention and put it
where you can see it – and it
can see you.
Well, they didn’t put the
“and it can see you” part
in there, but that’s because
they didn’t know about Hoshun.
Physical, visible reminders of
our intentions are important.
It’s not magic, but it is magical
the way it works – by stating
our intention and putting up
reminders we’re telling ourselves –
and the world –
that we intend to achieve that
Napoleon Hill and Andrew Carnegie
understood this decades ago, and
it’s still true today.
It’s also universal.
In Siberia, when someone has a wish, or
an intention, they use a Hoshun as a
physical, visible reminder to keep that
intention/wish in their consciousness.
You attract what you focus on –
Hoshun is a focusing tool.
And – to help you focus, when
you get your “lifetime supply”
of Hoshun intention/wish reminders,
you also get three complete
audios with all the benefits
of our Clearing Audios –
So you’ve got visual and
auditory support for making
that intention into a reality –
and making that wish
You can get your Secret
Russian Wishmaker and all
three audios right now at:
Go see what I’m saying –
P.S. Wish for something big.
PPS – Bigger than that!
Does Hoshun work?
Can he help you achieve your intentions?
Or is it just a bunch of nonsense?
A friend of mine wrote a book on practical psychology where he encouraged you to pretend you were Superman and then go live your day.
He said to imagine you were wearing a big “S” on your chest, under your clothes.
He writes, “Tattoo Superman on your psyche and pretend you can leap tall barriers and before long you will.”
Why would he advise people to do that?
Isn’t it nuts?
After all, Superman isn’t real!
My psychologist friend knows that when you use a device — even a fictional character — to engage your mind, you tap into powers you have but rarely use.
This is so amazing that I’m even writing a book on how role-playing and role-playing games can help you attract all your heart’s desires.
I hope you get how powerful having a fun focusing device like Hoshun can be.
I’m so impressed with this character as a method for keeping my intentions in mind, that I bought coffee mugs and T-shirts with Hoshun on them.
I even have a bright yellow messenger bag with Hoshun on it.
I have Hoshun on my frig.
I have Hoshun in my wallet.
I have Hoshun as my mobile phone’s screen saver.
Every time I look at these items, I smile, and send a message to my unconscious to attract the intention into reality.
This isn’t much different than Dr. Hew Len, my coauthor of the famous Zero Limits book, advising people to use a Ceeport sticker to clean themselves or their space of negativity.
These mental aides work on a powerful psychological level.
Call it an improvement to Andrew Carnegie’s Money Attractor Secret.
Call it an improvement to Napoleon Hill’s Money Attractor Secret.
Call it Superman’s Money Attractor Secret.
Call it the best psychological aide for reminding yourself of your goal or intention.
Call it the coolest tool for making the Law of Attraction work for you.
And go get it at — http://secretrussianwishmaker.com
PS – When you get your own Hoshun, you’ll also get the secret link to order him on clothes, coffee mugs, messenger bags, and more. Just go to — http://secretrussianwishmaker.com
Note: The psychologist who advised pretending you are Superman (or Superwoman) is Gene Landrum (who also invented Chuck E. Cheese pizza), and his book is called The Superman Syndrome. See http://www.genelandrum.com/superman.html