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Life is a Journey of self discovery. Selina Seah reveals how to find your Invisible Power.

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Life is a Journey of self discovery. The older I get the more I learn. One of the things in particular is the fact that too often, it’s not until we reach retirement age that we get to spend time doing what we want to do instead of what we have to do. Retirement age has given me the opportunity to read and delve into areas and topics that I would have never previously considered.  I have started looking at those big questions. Questions like, why is it that some

people are so much more confident than others. How do they manage to be so good at whatever they tackle and how are they just so dammed happy and content?

I have been blessed to have spoken to and interviewed many people from many different walks of life. I am always fascinated by what people have ended up doing in their lives and slightly curious as to how they arrived at their destinations.  It is no surprise that for some they were trying to solve a problem that they recognized in their lives and come up with a solution to propel them forward.

I have listened to many inspirational speakers talk about having direction in our lives. I have learned that our minds are very powerful instruments but the mind needs a goal or it flounders. Of course it does. How can anything be accomplished without a plan in mind?  It’s about knowing ourselves so that we can then be of use to other people. I have interviewed Peter Jensen from Facilitating Happiness when he talk about how he was brought up by missionary parents working in Africa and how the local people had an air or confidence and purpose that they carried around with them in their daily lives, something that is all too often lacking in our busy western lives.

Today’s guest is Selina Seah, an Energy Alchemist, an author of the International Best Seller book, ‘The Invisible Power, The 9 Powerful Laws of Highly Successful People’. This is a little different from my usual interviews but it was too interesting not to share. Selina says that we are made up of more than our physical bodies. We all have an invisible energy and to truly know ourselves, we need to know more about ourselves than we are used to knowing. Her studies have taught Selina that there are more ways to accomplish things than most of us imagine.

Selina has found a way to read peoples inner nets and reveal their unique colour energy blueprint.  In her native Singapore, Selina is much sought after and has completed over 30,000 individual aura readings using a unique technology that she herself, has designed to profile individuals.  She sincerely believes she is able to help people understand themselves from the inside thus increasing their personal power.  As I said, this is a fascinating insight into something that is a little bit different from my normal presentations.  I hope you enjoy it.

For a completely different look at understanding ourselves, join me in listening to what Selina has to say.

Until next time.

 

Ann 

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Ann is an author, experienced entrepreneur, seasoned self-directed investor and a highly sought-after retirement consultant. For more than 30 years, Ann has worked diligently to build her own personal financial security.

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  • Guest
    Barbara Strickland Wednesday, 26 July 2017

    Wow Ann, you give some fantastic guests an opportunity to share their knowledge with us. Each time it gets more interesting. Keep up the great work.

  • Guest
    Ann Nelson Wednesday, 26 July 2017

    Thanks Barbara. There is more to retirement than money. Am grateful for the time my guests have given to me and my listners to share their [quote]
    wisdom.

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