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Sunday, July 17, 2005


"Don't you think some people are easily distracted? "

The lot of us, students of Mr Kong's "Mind Power Mastery" workshop have called ourselves "Masterminds". Emails have flown around amongst us amid the post-seminar high. Some of us (myself included) have experienced the 'coincidents' that Kong has warned us about. This include picking up coins in public, getting new sales orders which I have been pursuing for months, one had experienced a hostile colleagues turned friendly, and one of us got his cashcard stored value topped up instead of deducted at a car park.

I had a bizarre morning encountering dressed up women (who are not delivery persons) driving three different kangoo vans within 1.5 hours. Is that mere coincidence? Don't know what to make out of that bizarre observation, but one classmate was quick to accuse me of 'bird-watching' already. *sigh* Don't you think some people are easily distracted?

I've taken the opportunity to invite them to browse my blog. The curious ones have asked about the "7 Day Transformation Journey" and attended the previews. One of them have now decided to attend the workshop. I'm sure he will enjoy the workshop thoroughly and benefit from it. Yet others have asked me about Reiki and I've invited them to attend the Monthly Share Workshop at Master Parag's Reiki Hut.

Another classmate has invited us to her place for a talk by a swami about the Bhagavad Gita - the song of praise in the Book of the Upanishad. What a spiritual extravanganza!!

I had bought the Bhavagad Gita book from the Theosophical Society and guess this is a sign that I should start reading it. :) The talk will be on Monday 18th July 2005, so I was compelled to read the book enroute to Kuala Lumpur on the midnight bus there. Very 'chim' book indeed!

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