Complaint’s Are Harmful

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Episode Length: [11:26]

Complaining is kryptonite to your manifestation power. We all have reasons to complain and often times our complaints are justified (at least they are to us). What we fail to realize is the fact that our complaints have a profoundly negative impact on our lives – justified or not! Yes, you may have suffered an injustice, we all have a time or two, but the injustice will only be amplified by the power you give it. You give injustices power with your words – Complaint’s. 

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