Andrey (azangru) wrote,

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Someone has taken photos of a ... um ... workbook? The questions in the prompts make me wonder, what makes the target audience subscribe to these self-flagellatory practices? Or to the ones demanded by some religious books, for that matter.

How different this autosuggestion is from the positive affirmations that used to be in vogue only recently! All those "I am beautiful", "I deserve to be happy", that kind of stuff. Or Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich?


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