General News of Monday, 27 June 2011
Accra, June 27, GNA - Ghanaians have been advised to go beyond the use of their five traditional senses and utilise the other six intellectual faculties to create wealth and break the cycle of poverty. Mrs Jane Irina Adu, a certified life success consultant said recent developments in the society revealed that the vices being perpetrated, such as armed robbery, rape, 93executive and open" prostitution, fraud and corruption were caused by poverty and the inability of people to make meaningful living.
Speaking in an interview with Ghana News Agency, she explained that most people did not make full and efficient use of the mind, adding that th= e human mind was very powerful, with a huge potential that could be utilised to benefit the individual and the society. "Everything that happens begins in the mind. If we want to change wh= at is on the outside (disease, poverty, failure), we have to change what goes on in our minds," she said. Mrs Adu said in order to equip Ghanaians to use their minds to create wealth and in line with government's poverty alleviation policy, the Afri= ca Life Transforming Foundation (ALTRA Foundation), would be organising a series of seminars and lectures on Life Success Programmes to teach people how to work with their minds to achieve their desired results. "This programme would help participants stir up that innate knowing and self-trust already instilled deep in their souls, help them to do away with all negative tendencies in their personal lives in relating to other people= , equip them with strategies in making wealth, teach them to take and accept responsibilities, adopt a result oriented attitude in their personal lives and direct them to live richer and brighter lives."
This would create the attitude of self-reliance, total freedom and living in abundance which is enshrined in the 93secret" that ALTRA Foundation's plans to uncover to Ghanaians and all Africans. The seminars and lectures would also teach participants how to utilise the universal creative process to their advantage and release guilt and resentment which impedes success. She added that the programme was suitable for educators, staff of government institutions, doctors, executives from multi-national companies, lawyers, corporate staff, psychiatrists, religious bodies, sales personnel, students/youth among others. It would also suit convicts and agencies dealing with women and refugees as well as development. Topics to be treated include the Winner's image, The Goal Achievers, Thinking into Results, Mission in Commission and the Power of the Mind. It would also reveal secrets to abundance and prepare participants to use the six intellectual faculties: perception, will, imagination, reason, intuition and memory.
In addition to this, emotional clinics, one-on-one pre and post-marita= l counselling sessions will also be tactfully handled by hypnotherapists at ALTRA-Foundation. Participants would also be taught how to practice drastic forgiveness which is necessary in building a strong rapport between the Creator (God) and the created (Man). The programme is based on the teachings of Mr Bob Proctor, a renowned life success consultant, under whom Mrs Adu received tutelage in Florida, USA.