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    1. Your brain is a very, very powerful tool in getting what you want

    2. unlimited amounts of money,” than that's what your brain believes

    3. Your brain doesn't know the difference

    4. So use that affirmation tool to start training your brain and to create ‘I am’ statements

    5. Positive statements train your brain to have the thoughts that you need in order to believe what you want to believe

    6. There is scientific evidence behind all of this and there are things that happen within your brain when you bring your goals into existence

    7. The more specific you are the more power your brain uses to make that goal a reality

    8. As soon as you say, “That's what I want” your brain says,

    9. When you do that, those two things happen; your brain begins to say, “Okay, got it, calculating and

    10. If you're not specific you don’t give your brain and the universe an exact point where they need to end up

    1. His impatience, left her feeling scatter brained

    2. Even as a lad, it’s told he brained his music tutor with a lyre

    3. In its quixotic attempt to eliminate handguns, New York City has conceived a hare brained plan whereby any citizen possessing a firearm may redeem it, no questions asked, in exchange for gift certificates

    4. Scientists can test you to decide if you are left or right brained, from the hemisphere approach, but the main point is that Cognitive Science is in its beginnings---not its endings

    5. “I’m not dead?” Marcus gaped and sat up so fast he nearly brained the physician

    6. He was dancing among the slain, waving an ax with which he'd just brained the last of my comrades

    7. As for Arus, he was brained by a drunken Pict, while making a last effort to undo the work he had unwittingly done

    8. They were viewed as slow brained, inefficient, and incapable

    9. He looked across at the man opposite him - a man who he had always held in the highest esteem, probably the sharpest brained and best Prime Minister he had ever served

    10. I approached it from above, you see, swimming down, and when I passed through, I nearly brained myself on solid ground, the bed of this puddle, you see? I just couldn’t seem to get through

    1. So that when I shall hereafter detail to you all the specialities and concentrations of potency everywhere lurking in this expansive monster; when I shall show you some of his more inconsiderable braining feats; I trust you will have renounced all ignorant incredulity, and be ready to abide by this; that though the Sperm Whale stove a passage through the Isthmus of Darien, and mixed the Atlantic with the Pacific, you would not elevate one hair of your eye-brow

    1. The young woman had her brains bashed in, chunks of her skull cracked and pulled outward like it was done with a crowbar or the back of a hammer

    2. Some of those martyrs's brains could be recovered, Bahkmar knew that many of them were in Al-Harron's crew, but didn't know who they were

    3. I racked my brains for an hour trying to put faces to the Persian and the Armenian, but I could not recall anything other than grainy news footage

    4. Despite the fact that everyone she’d spoken to played down the seriousness of the attack, Kara had worked out, by dint of garnering minute details from every staff member in the hospital she had come in contact with … as well as picking Angie’s brains and prising information out of the policeman … that she’d been extremely lucky to survive

    5. All our life we are given a variety of messages that our brains

    6. rots brains and allows the thought

    7. Their brains held the capacity for forward thinking, acceptance of the extra-ordinary

    8. It's not that we don't have fully functioning brains, it's that they are over active and sometimes over functioning; this leads to an overload and then to temporary irrationality

    9. Many of the most dangerous people in the world didn't have anything wrong with their brains, just a problem with their minds, thoughts, lives and maybe spirits

    10. For a whole week Tiffany wracked her brains trying to work out who The Telephone Man might be

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