The distinctive logo of the Egolife philosophy could be your lifestyle device, reflecting light effectively along the dark way, as such reducing the risk of your wealth creation path to joy getting siezed.
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Egolife Self Development Lapel Pin Badge
Available now: the Egolife Self Development Lapel Pin Badge. The new Egolife product comes as a Butterfly Clutch badge to affix to your t-shirt or suit lapel. It is a badge with the top shaped as a symbolic eye, and coloured white in tradition of the colour of the clouds where I first witnessed the phenomenon. The eye is hollow therefore you may thread a chain through and wear as a medallion rather than a badge. The bottom half is coloured navy blue, the apparent colour of the universe without the light of a star, and the writing is the sky blue of the sky where I first witnessed the clouds form into the exact symbolic eye depicted. The Egolife logo and as such the new badge is potentially validated to reduce the risk of seizure of your wealth creating path to joy.
The application locates the wearer into 'healing' rays through cessation of self-destructive behaviour, ultimately immortality.
Dark blue contrasts excitability from light sources.
The dark evokes mystery while the eye is from Egolife culture compared with anything else.
Potentially validated to reflect light upon the way and escape the risk of seizure of your path to joy.
True light to see amidst a sea of darkness.
Wear gadget with any clothing rather than multiple Egolife logo printed clothing.
Handed mystically from the creator as his own watchfulness in worldly events.
Offers moral source into society.
The mark of consciously healthy prospects.
Communicates quality of lifestyle decision.
Suggests metallic fortitude.
Badge is a symbolic representation of foremost moral proponent.
The Fortuitous Technological Find by Mr Emmanuel G. Odonkor
Book two in the Ego series focusses more on my central beliefs at the time, centring around something called the New Age movement which is ostensibly to be in a position where you are able to draw on the worlds self-improvement knowledge, encompassing Christianity, Hinduism, Budhism, Taoism, Islam, Philosophy, Psychology, and discussions with like minded individuals. The central theme of the New Age movement is that of self-improvement / spiritual development, and any number of sources have their view on the subject, including my own book that draws attention to the pitfalls of many of the claims, and as such may stand alone as a highly reliabe New Age guide, a methodology I term Egolife.