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FROM AYATAKSI

“I am grateful to David Wolf for his honest work, well designed, and motivated by only one thing, the well being of others. I have a picture in my mind of a teacher that teaches you to fly with your own wings and once you are ready, happily encourages you to continue to fly on your own, in your own space, on your own way. Thank you very much.”
Ayataksi

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FROM MARIAH

“The Foundational Seminar, for me, this time was both humbling and very enriching. I feel I could take it ten times and continue to benefit every time. This has helped me feel stronger and more rooted in my path. The more I use and commit to this communication, awareness , and accountability practice ; the more connected I feel to myself. For this amazing gift, I wish to share my deepest appreciation and gratitude for your work and the opportunity to be a part of it. Thank You”
Mariah – Foundational Seminar- Florida, March 2011

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LIVING WITH URGENCY: A Strategy for Freedom From Anxiety

An excerpt from a Life Mastery Program (LMP) group coaching call conducted by David Wolf, Ph.D. David: “On our first call we spoke about living our lives so that when we’re a hundred years old we look back without regrets. It’s about living with a sense of urgency. Urgency doesn’t mean anxiety, it’s not about […]

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FROM HUGO

“I experienced the empowering David Wolf at a T. Harv Eker seminar last year, and I’m a totally changed person as a result. I bought his book and my communications with family and friends has been transformed… Thank God for you and personal growth. You’ve changed my life!”
Hugo Ljung

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FOUR THREE FOUR FOUR

  Signals before the snap? A chord progression? No- it’s a definition of the material context. If you’re reading this you’re probably a human being- within the material context. Thus, we can consider Four Three Four Four to be the human context, our context for spiritual growth. Four– old age, disease, death, and birth. Three– […]

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