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Denis Kent

 I have learnt so many things through the Kaizen Challenge, such as the interaction between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind, good and negative energy, cause and effect, the universal laws, the world within and our ability to tap into the universal power and knowledge.

 My perception of Wealth Creator was completely wrong; I now realize it was not only about financial wealth but life in a balance.
 I have also learnt the value of setting aside time for myself for spiritual, mental, physical training and daily planning (and I actually look forward to getting up at 04h30 every morning).
I have come to the realization that I have had 50 years of wrong programming, and although at times it feels like trying to make a U-turn with an ox-wagon on a mountain pass, I am determined to change my mind set.
The completion of these past 49 days is only the start of the journey. You have given me the knowledge, now I need to gain the wisdom by applying this knowledge continuously. My goal for 2008 is for a complete mental make-over.
My only regret is that I did not start this course much sooner (I only started on the 31 December 2007) so I was unable to attend a Powermorphing course this year. But I was real excited when I read last week that you were developing a new Brainwave Programmer course. I want to definitely attend the first course that you present.

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