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Liliane Grace, creative writing, grow into your dreams, The Mastery Club

The WHOLE News - September 2017

chief learnerI received this email out of the blue from one of my Mastery Club 10 Lessons students, an 11 year old at Ainslie Parklands Primary School who participated in the program in 2015:

im wondering if you may come back to our school?
my mum likes the wellness couch on podcasts i had a listen to Bumis world their was one that you were in that i liked.
also are you still working with the phillipene people if so how are they going ?
i like to visualise a lot of things when i would like them now and it really works!!!
hope to here back from you

I asked about the visualising and received this:

Sorry we were on holidays so it took me a little while to get back to you but the results for visualising is going great not to long ago I was thinking of a new phone and I started to visualise me with it and in the morning I heard mum talking about my birthday coming up and she was saying something about a phone so yeah I'm a bit excited about it also happened with my soccer game when I went to bed I was visualising our team winning and on Sunday we won so yea hope to here back from you I'll stay in touch 

Woohoo!

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