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Johan Van Der Merwe

WOW!! Hannes, this is what I have to say. Absolutely mind blowing. I have done your Powermorphing seminar in 2006, but have always struggled, as if something was missing. I am sure that the Kaizen Challenge has bridged that gap that I experienced with Powermorphing. I am surely going to continue successfully with Powermorphing from now on.

For most of the days during the 49 days I started my day earlier by about an hour. This was used to do the meditating exercises and reading of the daily lesson. I have started on 7 December 2007 and found it quite hard during the festive season to continue with it, but I am proud to say that I kept to the schedule right to the end and will continue to do so in future. I did experience a higher energy feeling in the mornings.
I started to become aware of more positive thoughts while the negative once did get fewer as I continued with the course. I managed to start to focus on my thoughts and feelings at a certain moment by asking myself how I was feeling at that moment, was it an happy, positive, joy, negative, angry, aggressive, jealous etc. feeling. If it was not in the upper part of the
map of consciousness I had to change that feeling immediately.
I have always known that all relationships are important and precious, but these 49 days have emphasized it again. Something else that I have realized is that the world owes me nothing and that everything that I want for me and my family is out there, all that I must do is just ask and believe.
A few weeks ago I received an e-mail containing a paper jet game. The object of the game was to see how far you could throw this paper jet. At first I was happy and proud to reach distances of 3 or 4 meters across the room. But all of a sudden after quite a few attempts the jet flew through the window which I did not even know existed. Now I was truly amazed at my flying capabilities because it traveled about 34 meters before it fell to the ground. Wow I thought this is great, but after plenty more tries I managed 102 meters. This record was unbeaten for almost 3 weeks before a colleague bettered it again.
Moral of the story: We all thought  at one stage in our lives that we are happy with what we have achieved thus far, but did not realize the possibility to get wings and fly through the window for as far as we want. I am an incredible human being that can and will achieve my Powergoal, and Kaizen opened that window for me.
Hannes, thanks for the opportunity to be part of this experience.
My average day consists of an extremely negative environment, and it was and still is very difficult not to be part of that negativity. I did know prior to Kaizen that I must not engage with negative persons and therefore started to avoid negative conversations. It was difficult at first, but now I do it with ease.
Kaizen has teached me discipline, determination and persistence. I have formed a routine with which I must continue. I will continue to enrich my thoughts by reading selected books like I have been doing. I realize that I am spending an average of 30 min in front of television per day, I was one of the people that just couldn’t miss the news, but guess what, I now seldom watch the news.
This Kaizen Challenge is just the beginning, even if it is with small steps. I know that I am ahead of most other people and that makes me a Wealth Creator, to be successful at all levels. Again is has emphasized the fact that everything must be questioned and not just accepted because they say so.
One of my dreams is to have a multitude of businesses and I know it is possible through what I have learned in the Kaizen Challenge and Powermorphing. I also dream of telling my wife to quit her daily job in future so that more time can be spend with the kids.

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