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Reviewed by Harmonious Living   
Tuesday, 13 March 2007
Creator: Stin

My Thought CoachStin Hansen, the creator of the hugely popular Meditation Station, which has incidentally just earned an iTunes People's Choice Award, is following up that success with a powerful new podcast series that aims to help people train their sub conscious mind through the simple use of affirmations.

This is one of the most useful and important podcasts currently being syndicated on the internet and one that everyone can enjoy and benefit from.

If you're in any doubt about the power of affirmations then listen to Stin's introductory podcast 'The Law of Attraction', in just 3 short minutes she explains exactly why your thoughts are so powerful. The mood and tone of your voice, she explains, is central and directly proportional to the quality of life you're now experiencing. She goes onto to tell us that this is great news - "You're not a victim of your circumstances, like most people though you just need some coaching in some areas while you retrain your inner dialogue."

The affirmation podcasts are all in the first person and usually have titles starting with "Think Like A…Person". Some of my favourite are "Think Like a…Happy and Optimistic Person" and "Think Like a…Get off that couch and WORK OUT! Person" (Yep, I definitely needed that one!). There's also podcasts designed parents and families, all are valuable.

At the time of writing there are currently eight different podcasts for you to download for free. If you enjoy them and want more you can log onto and subscribe to the premium service.

I am very impressed with the quality of the podcasts, they are all well produced and well package into manageable chunks of time (I find long winded podcasts frustrating these days) of between 4 to 15 minutes.

If you're looking for some great affirmations to help you change your mindset and retrain that little inner voice of yours then this is as good a place to start as any. Check out My Thought Coach podcasts on iTunes or visit for free samples.
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