Wisdom from Vincent Genna

Wouldn’t it be fantastical if the words below were the most amazing words you would ever read and as soon as you read them, BAM! like magic – your life was changed forever? You would begin to attract abundant unconditional love, outrageous career success, incredible health and fitness, financial well-being, and the ability to accomplish your mission to help the world! You could create the best damn life you want and fulfill all your dreams!

Well actually, I have the words that will do just that! After 29 years of astonishing work, research, and experience in the metaphysical, psychological, and spiritual fields, I discovered the words – the bottom-line, miracle answer that will make everything you attempt work!

The problem with these words? They’re mine!

Other people’s words were never meant to make that kind of impact on your life! If they were, you would be able to create exactly what you wanted right after you read your first self-help book written by someone like Tony Robbins or the Dalai Lama, or heard your first inspirational words from anyone. In my 57 years of life experience, I’ve come to understand the sole purpose of our existence here on Earth is to experience ourselves. Period! …Continue reading at InspireMeToday.com.

Vincent is a world-renowned powerful psychic healer, respected spiritual guru, and dynamic vibrant speaker.

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27 comments

Sharon Nevils
Sharon Nevils3 years ago

thanks

Sue Matheson
Sue Matheson3 years ago

thanks

Marie W.
Marie W.3 years ago

Thanks.

Nicole W.
Nicole W.3 years ago

insightful, thank you

Ken W.
Ken W.3 years ago

Thanks

Denise Morley
Denise Morley3 years ago

Thank you for sharing your wisdom

Anne Moran
Anne Moran3 years ago

YUP,, IT TAKES YEARS TO LEARN HOW TO APPRECIATE, AND LOVE ONESELF.... WITH AGE COMES WISDOM, WITH WISDOM COMES FREEDOM... GOOD ARTICLE...

Kathy Patelaki
Kathy P.3 years ago

Wise thoughts, thanks for sharing.

paul m.
paul m.3 years ago

Thanks for ....

Lauren Weinstock
Lauren Weinstock3 years ago

I happen to agree with most comments, especially self-reliance, which I learned through need.
My take on this; we each of us experience our lives as we chose. We can educate ourselves, feed ourselves with food and with stimulating ideas, in my case with color and art and ideas and written words.
By some standards my son who lives with me [who was born with disabilities] are poor. By my standards I am rich, as is my son, not because we have piles of money or generous health care, or cushy retirement funds [we have none of the above]. We've enjoyed adventures, we love meeting people, my son loves to dance, I love to create my art and share it and share what I've learned in my 60 years so far- and we indulge in all of this! We love and are loved.