Thursday, January 28, 2010

Today we enticed the Cape Town youth to partake in foreign exchange programmes. One such programme exist with Rotary International globally

keeping you intouch and in tune with your community (Cape Town that is)
By Denisia Adams

Evince /ih-VIN(T)S\ , transitive verb;
1. To show in a clear manner; to manifest; to make evident; to bring to light.

Although the two-finger V for Victory sign is synonymous with Winston Churchill, it actually was the idea of a Belgian refugee in London, Victor De Laveleye. ALSO DID YOU KNOW When killed in battle, Japanese officers were promoted to the next highest rank.

How to Program Your Mind for Success
Step 1
The key lies here! Our subconscious mind creates our life. How we live is a reflection of how we think! To program the subconscious mind, it's important to first realize that there is nothing we can't do. After all everything around us is made of energy. We are energy, money is energy, etc. And guess what? Energy attracts like energy! You are not limited in any way or form. We are all human beings capable of creating our lives with ease.
So how does one go about to program the subconscious mind? Simple. Change your thinking.
Step 2
Our subconscious mind is where all of our leftover daily thoughts are placed. It's filled with the jealousy, anger, doubt and fear that we consciously can't recognize. On the other hand, our conscious mind is simply the active mind that we are aware of. To transition our subconscious mind into a more positive state, we must alter our conscious thoughts permanently. A great way to start is through a simple daily meditation.
Step 3
First, it's important that we write down our thoughts; through writing we are already confirming our beliefs to the subconscious mind! Get a notebook and write down all your desires, goals, and random thoughts for 5 minutes. Don't even think them through. Just write down everything that quickly comes to mind as a list. Afterwards, cross out all the negative things you wrote down. Repeat this process everyday on a new page!
Step 4
Next, find a comfortable place to sit or lie down. Close your eyes and clear your mind. Visualize any of positive things you listed in the notebook in your life at that very moment, as if you have already attained what you want! Do this for 20-30 minutes a day. Visualize yourself in a state of pure bliss. After this short meditation, open your eyes, and hold on to that feeling. It sounds simple, but this daily exercise is extremely powerful. It is the core of programming your subconscious mind to change your own reality. I promise that if you stick to this, your life will change in a very positive way. It did for me!

Diane Rigotti from Rotary International in Cape Town. She joined us to invite the youth aged between 16 -22 years old to partake in the Youth Exchange programme. There are short and long term exchanges to any where in the world. The conditions are you have to be schooling or studying. The trip however will be sponsored by the participants parents/guardians but Rotary International has programmes in place to at least give the underprivileged a chance. To find out more visit or email

Tony Dorsett
To succeed... you need to find something to hold on to, something to motivate you, something to inspire you.
That’s it for the Morning Cruise, where we cruise through your weekday here on BushRadio 89.5fm live on your stereo between 9am – 12pm with me Denisia Adams. Take Care ... make the best of your day and Keep the Faith. Stay Real!!!!!!!!!!

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