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The WHOLE News - May 2017

Moontime Diary 2017 out now!

Moontime 2017Iris Detenhoff is the creator of The Moontime Diary. We met last November at Dr Demartini's Prophecy event and exchanged books. She loved The Mastery Club and The Hidden Order, and asked me to contribute a segment about the 10 Lessons to the 2017 Moontime Diary, which I did.

Her diary has become "a much loved companion guide to those who seek a life more in tune with nature’s seasons and the moon’s cycles.

·      Gardeners dig it because they can plant by the moon.
·      Beginners like the easy to follow daily tips and information.
·      Health professionals know about the moon’s influence on our health and appreciate to know her exact whereabouts.
·      Astrologers love this diary as it is a great resource to professionals and a fabulous introduction for beginners.
·      Mothers can't live without it because the Moontime Diary guides them
·      To a better organised and happy life style,
·      To plan their health and wellbeing treatments for best results.
·      A better understanding of their own and others physical and emotional wellbeing." to pick up your copy! "Keep it simple sister..."

Fine tune to the moon and stay healthy, happy and organised throughout 2017

The Mastery Club® Heads to Mali, Africa

I'm delighted to welcome our new Trainee Facilitator, Dr Elie Bankineza!

 Elie BankinezaElie Bankineza is a medical doctor in Mali, Africa, who learnt about The Mastery Club from a Bob Proctor consultant. (Thank you to Stuart and Georgia for spreading the word!)

Having spent some years working with youth as a Sunday School Teacher, Elie came across Rhonda Burns' book, The Secret, and from there became fascinated to learn as much as he could about universal laws. He is currently training with Bob Proctor and will soon qualify as a Thinking Into Results Consultant.

Elie has learnt many of the lessons taught in The Mastery Club the hard way. He left his home country of Burundi as a refugee when he was eight years old, and spent some years in the Republic of Congo before settling in Mali and training as a doctor. He is today the Director of a program against malaria. 

Elie is clearly a ‘mover and shaker’! Not only did he leave a lasting impression on many of his church Sunday School students – several have remained in touch with him even after moving overseas – but he instigated the first Toastmasters group in Mali and now there are close to a dozen clubs.

This man is clearly a leader, and I’m delighted to welcome him as a Mastery Club Trainee Facilitator. (We might even soon see a French translation of The Mastery Club, since that is Mali’s first language… I’ll be delighted about that, too, since French is my second language!)

11 Year Old's Email re Visualisation

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 


Photo credit: mrsdkrebs via Visual Hunt / CC BY

7 Year Old 'Gets' The Mastery Club and Makes Big Decisions

My name is Meg I am 7 years old I read the Mastery Club with my Mum we have nearly finished it and I'm looking forward to reading the next book.  What I like about the Mastery Club is that it is encouraging, powerful, words I thought of about it are happy, excited, excellent, spectacular, kindness, loving.  I know I have the power in me to do anything that I want I keep thinking "see the invisible, hear the silent, do the impossible". I am currently in the middle of changing schools I asked Mum to look at new schools because I felt like I was ready to move from where I was and meet some new friends and learn more things. I feel like the book has helped me be able to do this.  Love Meg x

- I'm so glad! Meg's mother Amy shared how impressed she was with Meg's clarity and responsibility about moving schools. Love it.

Where's the Order in Terrorism?

If you missed my last mailout regarding terrorism, you can read the blog here.

One reader, Elizabeth Christie, is the publisher of 'SchoolDays Magazine', a newsletter full of resources for teachers. Elizabeth emailed to thank me for my article and ask for another that she could publish since teachers are increasingly finding that children are worried and fearful about the terrorist acts occurring around the world. You can read that article here.

Free samples!

If you'd like to empower young people via an entertaining story OR write your own stuff OR transform bullying at school/home/work, help yourself to one or all of these:

1. The first 4 chapters of my personal development novel, The Mastery Club.

2. A 10-page report on 'Busting the Talent Myth and Overcoming Writer’s Block'.

3. An article and strategy for 'Transforming Bullying by Drilling Communication Skills in Schools'.

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The Mastery Club Tip of the Month

"If you tell somebody stories about high achievement just before they perform some test or exercise, they will perform better than if you had not told them those stories. If you merely use the words, 'succeed', 'master', and 'achieve' in a sentence, they will do better."

- David Brooks, The Social Animal – A Story of How Success Happens

Find previous months' tips here