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About Stuart Wilde

Stuart Wilde Stuart Wilde has been referred to as both an urban mystic and a visionary. Born in the British Colony of Tanzania shortly after WW II, he has written 17 books on self-help, self-empowerment, spirituality and consciousness. He has also released many tapes and CDs for meditation and transcendence.

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Spiritual Quotes

If you deny yourself access to the child within because you're too serious, you also block your connection to the divine Light and your feminine self. Every creator who's any good uses their feminine side to create with.. Whether a scientist working on a hunch, a painter working on the interplay of colors, or a musician dealing with the juxtaposition of notes and chords.

Our life's journey of self-discovery is not a straight-line rise from one level of consciousness to another. Instead, it is a series of steep climbs and flat plateaus, then further climbs. Even though we all approach the journey from different directions, certain of the journey's characteristics are common to all of us.

If you don't change, reality in the end forces that change upon you.

Poverty is restriction and as such, it is the greatest injustice you can perpetrate upon yourself.

Everything is out there waiting for you. All you have to do is walk up and declare yourself in. No need for permission. You just need courage to say, "Include me". Providing you have the energy to pull it off you can do what you like. And the Universal Law, being impartial, will be only too delighted to deliver.

In the end it all comes down to enthusiasm. Your creativity is basically your expression of God-force.

There is nothing more marvelous than doing something you love to do and getting paid for it. It ceases to become work, money, and effort; and it becomes fun, your expression of the joy of life.

All mankind's inner feelings eventually manifest themselves as an outer reality.

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