Lions, Tigers, Bears, Oh My!!

What Can We Learn From The Story The Wizard of Oz? A Lot More Than You May Think…

Join Paul Martinelli for a teaching on Thomas Troward’s essay, “Completeness” through the lens of The Wizard Of Oz!

Lions, Tigers, Bears, Oh My!!

What Can We Learn From The Story The Wizard of Oz? A Lot More Than You May Think…

Join Paul Martinelli for a teaching on Thomas Troward’s essay, “Completeness” through the lens of The Wizard Of Oz!

Can You Relate To THIS?

If you’re like most people, you have dreams and goals for yourself.

…But something stops you from bringing those dreams to life…

What is it?

Self-doubt that you are incomplete; that you are unworthy of all that you desire.

Understanding your completeness is the very first step to bring into fruition your ideas and dreams.

Once you’re aware of that, you become unstoppable!

Join Paul Martinelli and Jenna Armato for a lesson based on Thomas Troward’s essay on “completeness,” to be, do, and have all that you desire!

Can You Relate To THIS?

If you’re like most people, you have dreams and goals for yourself.

…But something stops you from bringing those dreams to life…

What is it?

Self-doubt that you are incomplete; that you are unworthy of all that you desire.

Understanding your completeness is the very first step to bring into fruition your ideas and dreams.

Once you’re aware of that, you become unstoppable!

Join Paul Martinelli and Jenna Armato for a lesson based on Thomas Troward’s essay on “completeness,” to be, do, and have all that you desire!

What Holds Us Back?

For thousands of years, philosophers, teachers, and scholars from all around the world have been studying human potential.

They’ve embarked on journeys to discover the answers to our most pressing questions such as:

What holds people back from getting what they want?

How can one reach their full potential?

Lucky for us, Thomas Troward answers those very questions in his essay on “Completeness,” where he explains our need to recognize our completeness and oneness with God before bringing into fruition any of our own ideas and dreams.

What Holds Us Back?

For thousands of years, philosophers, teachers, and scholars from all around the world have been studying human potential.

They’ve embarked on journeys to discover the answers to our most pressing questions such as:

What holds people back from getting what they want?

How can one reach their full potential?

Lucky for us, Thomas Troward answers those very questions in his essay on “Completeness,” where he explains our need to recognize our completeness and oneness with God before bringing into fruition any of our own ideas and dreams.

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Who Was Thomas Troward?

Thomas Troward is someone who paved the way for and influenced some of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century.

As a judge, he spent time in India, analyzing the study of cause and effect, applying his background of judicial law specifically to the areas of human potential and manifestation.

If you’re ready to heighten your awareness and be, do, and have more in your life, you’ll want to join us on August 6th to dive deep into Troward’s essay on completeness.

Who Was Thomas Troward?

Thomas Troward is someone who paved the way for and influenced some of the greatest thinkers of the 20th century.

As a judge, he spent time in India, analyzing the study of cause and effect, applying his background of judicial law specifically to the areas of human potential and manifestation.

If you’re ready to heighten your awareness and be, do, and have more in your life, you’ll want to join us on August 6th (and to receive the replay access) to dive deep into Troward’s essay on completeness.

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