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With You in Mind, Issue #07 -- Why are we jealous?
October 30, 2008

With You in Mind, Issue #07 -- Why are we jealous?
A Newsletter about the Fascinating Way the Mind Works


In this Issue:
Way of the Mind's Article: Why are we jealous?
Mind Boggling: Hard Rock and Termites
Pay No Mind: Free Downloads
Subconscious Mind Products: Do you want to sell hypnosis CDs for a profit?
Mind Games: How many fences did the horse jump?
Mind Tickle, by George Bernard Shaw
Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events: Belly Dance
What's in Your Mind? Your questions
At the Back of My Mind - Next month's newsletter


Hello!

I am now back from my extended cruise. It was so hard to go back to a regular life. I had to learn again how to make my bed, cook a meal, do the dishes... It is amazing how the mind gets used to luxury! Check how beautiful it was!

This newsletter contains insights on the reasons why we get jealous, offers free downloads, and suggests how you could make extra income selling CDs on Stress, Letting Go, Pain, Confidence, Weight Loss, and much more.

As always, feel free to drop me a line about this newsletter or the previous ones. Back issues can be found here.

Way of the Mind's Article: Why are we jealous?
Jealousy in relationships can be a silent killer. It usually affects one partner more than the other, it is often misplaced and it unfortunately makes the jealous partner suffer needlessly. But what is jealousy and what can we do to cure it? Jealousy is generally based on a feeling of inadequacy in a specific area, which is usually the basis of the jealous person's identity. And this area is different for everyone. Following are two examples of jealousy in relationships.
A wealthy friend
Jennifer and Mark have been buddies since kindergarten, without any romantic interest. Jennifer's boyfriend, Bob, is handsome, smart, and caring, but he is feeling insecure about the fact that he doesn't have much money, while Mark is a wealthy landlord. When Jennifer talks about Mark, Bob feels that Mark is better than him because he is rich.
Jennifer keeps reassuring Bob that she cares about their relationship, that Bob is handsome and smart, but it doesn't seem to have any effect on jealous Bob. Reassuring Bob on those levels doesn't help because Bob is worried about something else. However, when Jennifer starts telling and showing Bob that Mark's money has little importance to her and emphasizing Bobís qualities that Marks lacks, suddenly Bob's jealous feeling disappears.
Read the rest of this article here.

Mind Boggling
Experiments conducted at several college laboratories demonstrate that hard rock music played to colonies of termites cause the insects to enter a kind of frenzy and to chew through wood at twice their normal rate.

Pay No Mind: Free Downloads
If you are suffering from high stress, low confidence or lack of sleep, I have something that may help. Listen to one of three free hypnosis sessions either online, or by downloading them on your computer. Each session is 3 to 5-minute long. You can choose between Stress Buster, Picker-Upper, or Sleep Finder. Now, take a nice, deep breath... and relaaaax!

Subconscious Mind Products: Do you want to sell Hypnosis CDs for a profit?
If you have a music store, a spa boutique, a new age store, a speaking business with BOR products or are otherwise interested in selling good quality CDs, you can purchase as few as five CDs at a discounted price. And your profit may even be more than 100% of the price you paid.
The good news is that you can combine titles, and you can even order one of each for your own use if you so desire.
Available titles include Putting Stress to Rest, Slim and Slender, Clearing the Smoke, Sleep Tight All Night, Pain Away, Confidence Booster, Mental Clarity (Concentration and Memory), Abundance: The Secret in Action, Fountain of Youth (Aging process), Letting Go, and much more.
Read more about this opportunity.

Mind Games
A horse has to jump 15 fences to complete a lap of a circuit, but completes only two thirds of the course before pulling up short of a fence. Given that the course consists of 2 laps, how many fences did the horse jump? Assume the fences are evenly spaced around the lap and that the first fence is not precisely on the start line.

You will find the solution in the next issue of "With You in Mind" but you still have one month to think about it!

Solution of last newsletter's Mind Game:
9999 = 100, only if you combine the four nines this way:
99 + (9/9) = 100

Mind Tickle
"Never waste jealousy on a real man: it is the imaginary man that supplants us all in the long run." - George Bernard Shaw

Bear in Mind my Upcoming Events

Belly Dance
Two classes left on the series held at Sheridan Residence in Oakville. If you are interested, email me back:
Nov. 6 - Belly Dancing meets Hip Hop
Nov. 13 - Belly Dancing Showcase

Universal Energy Training
No classes in November, but they will return in December

What's in Your Mind?
Feel free to send me your questions, suggestions or comments. If you have an interesting question, I may decide to write an article about it!

At the Back of My Mind
Watch out for next month's newsletter. I will share tips on What to do when Mr. Sandman doesn't come and will feature a product for Letting Go.

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Till next time, keep me in mind!

Frederique
www.way-of-the-mind.com


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