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Table Of Contents

inTRoDUcTion
callinG BacK YoUR PoweR
commitment
Your Personal Power
empowering People
meditations
co-creation
FaTe oR FRee will
Believing
THe FaTeFUl DaY
synchronicity
Taking back your Power
why is it so?
why the increases?
inFlaTion
economies
mortgages
meTaPHYsical laws
The law of averages
The law of attraction
The law of supply
wealth without work
You have a choice
7 steps to de-clutter your Home
De-cluttering your life
The Power of the Present
who (the Human Race) are we?
who is man?
why are we here?
Yesterday—Tomorrow
7 words that motivate people into action
Don’t buy what you don’t need!
QUesTionnaiRes
QUesTionnaiRe i
Finances
Relationship and Family
are you a slave to your Habits?
Social Life
children
about the author
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How to Reclaim your Power: And Take Control of your Life

How to Reclaim your Power: And Take Control of your Life

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In our modern and fast moving world and lives, more and more people are being left behind in the race for physical riches (by those that have more than they can spend in this lifetime), and thus live in conditions which are generally described as being poor or even below the poverty line, and because of their longing for some luxuries and often bare necessities, the poorer people become trapped into the credit-card and loan systems on offer, borrowing and buying often beyond their means enticed too by the many advertisements in the printed media and on TV, telling them they can have everything they want now and pay for it later by borrowing up to the limits, or against the equity of their homes, often for goods or services they do not really need or want. Others again take out mortgages to buy expensive homes beyond their means or ability to repay the often over valued and priced homes.
At times also through their sheer ignorance people are unaware of the consequences of their often impulsive actions and motives. The reason for this in many cases is; “they are so involved in running their lives, trying to make ends meet that they have no time to look outside the proverbial square!”
Others again become involved in activities such as compulsive gambling, drinking and smoking, which consume a large proportion of their disposable income.
In our modern world it is also becoming more evident through the almost daily exposure of corrupt officials, crooked trades people, unethical businesses, industries and service providers, that honesty and ethics seem to have disappeared and have been replaced by the terminology, me, me, me and profit, profit, profit at any cost.

People have to become more and more vigilant and aware of what is going on around them and protect them-selves by whatever means available to them from the impact these outside influences have on their finances, lives, families and relationships. Consequently, many when realizing what is happening try to turn their lives around, to break out of this vicious cycle of monetary enslavement, but due to the circumstances they find themselves in, very few actually can see a way out of their misery or manage to do something about it.

Many in their despair seek outside help by attending seminars and workshop that promise them they will change their lives and circumstances and more often than not, pay enormous amounts of money to secure a seat at these sessions, and when one listens to some of the talk, it sounds quite logical and believable, but does it work? During the session people get all fired up heading for home to turn into practice what they have learned, only to find that after e few weeks their situations and conditions have not changed, leaving them with a feeling of disappointment and helplessness about their situation. The facts are, nothing will change unless, “people themselves make a personal effort, commit them-selves too and have the desire to make the changes and to see them through!”
A favored saying which is often used is, that you must believe you already have what you desire otherwise it cannot come into your life. But how can you believe in something you know, and through your eyes you can see it not to be true, because in the process of co-creation, your mind is playing a very important part, and when you can only see the opposite around you day after day and when whatever you try does not work, how can you believe you already have what you want or desire? Consequently, when this happens, people become disillusioned and start to believe that they have no power over what happens in their lives and many even stop trying altogether.

The contents of the book are based on events, situations and conditions which actually occurred in the author’s life, and are happening to the average working families in Australia and world wide on a daily basis in their lives. Through observations made, media reports and personal situations encountered, Hans descri
In our modern and fast moving world and lives, more and more people are being left behind in the race for physical riches (by those that have more than they can spend in this lifetime), and thus live in conditions which are generally described as being poor or even below the poverty line, and because of their longing for some luxuries and often bare necessities, the poorer people become trapped into the credit-card and loan systems on offer, borrowing and buying often beyond their means enticed too by the many advertisements in the printed media and on TV, telling them they can have everything they want now and pay for it later by borrowing up to the limits, or against the equity of their homes, often for goods or services they do not really need or want. Others again take out mortgages to buy expensive homes beyond their means or ability to repay the often over valued and priced homes.
At times also through their sheer ignorance people are unaware of the consequences of their often impulsive actions and motives. The reason for this in many cases is; “they are so involved in running their lives, trying to make ends meet that they have no time to look outside the proverbial square!”
Others again become involved in activities such as compulsive gambling, drinking and smoking, which consume a large proportion of their disposable income.
In our modern world it is also becoming more evident through the almost daily exposure of corrupt officials, crooked trades people, unethical businesses, industries and service providers, that honesty and ethics seem to have disappeared and have been replaced by the terminology, me, me, me and profit, profit, profit at any cost.

People have to become more and more vigilant and aware of what is going on around them and protect them-selves by whatever means available to them from the impact these outside influences have on their finances, lives, families and relationships. Consequently, many when realizing what is happening try to turn their lives around, to break out of this vicious cycle of monetary enslavement, but due to the circumstances they find themselves in, very few actually can see a way out of their misery or manage to do something about it.

Many in their despair seek outside help by attending seminars and workshop that promise them they will change their lives and circumstances and more often than not, pay enormous amounts of money to secure a seat at these sessions, and when one listens to some of the talk, it sounds quite logical and believable, but does it work? During the session people get all fired up heading for home to turn into practice what they have learned, only to find that after e few weeks their situations and conditions have not changed, leaving them with a feeling of disappointment and helplessness about their situation. The facts are, nothing will change unless, “people themselves make a personal effort, commit them-selves too and have the desire to make the changes and to see them through!”
A favored saying which is often used is, that you must believe you already have what you desire otherwise it cannot come into your life. But how can you believe in something you know, and through your eyes you can see it not to be true, because in the process of co-creation, your mind is playing a very important part, and when you can only see the opposite around you day after day and when whatever you try does not work, how can you believe you already have what you want or desire? Consequently, when this happens, people become disillusioned and start to believe that they have no power over what happens in their lives and many even stop trying altogether.

The contents of the book are based on events, situations and conditions which actually occurred in the author’s life, and are happening to the average working families in Australia and world wide on a daily basis in their lives. Through observations made, media reports and personal situations encountered, Hans descri

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