Mind Power Author Stephen Richards

Mind Power Author Stephen Richards

Saturday, 28 February 2015

When Good Angels Go Bad

Aftermath of Positivity Book Turns Angels Into Devils
Once in a blue moon along comes a book that has the ability to show you how to open up your soul and becoming the person you never thought you could, this book, Diamonds in the Rough, was to have been such a book. Sadly it is a case of "good angels gone bad", which would have been a  more apt title for it.

The very Facebook group (Wealth Angels) that helped turn the lives of so many lost souls around became a battleground of negativity. The negative-minded members who had changed into positive-minded souls were all back to their full blown negativity and squabblingover a book that lay dormant for 20 months because no one but Stephen Richards cared about how sacred it was going to be! 

All had agreed to give their stories for free, and then many come out of the woodwork demanding payment for what is carved in cast-iron agreements was to have beneffitted the Wealth Angels group directly from sales revenue, not any contributors.

The very souls that had been directly helped by the then self-help Guru of Stephen Richards turned on him like a pack of rabid devils! A handful remained loyal and have stood by the now former self-help guru, who had already stood down as a self-help guru many months prior to the troubled group seeing all but one of its members being deleted. What was to have been a celebration of hope  became a wake of negativity.

All monies from sales revenue are still being held for use in the Wealth Angels facebook Group, of which the membership steadily grows once more, but all but a handful of those former members are now negative souls and have been deleted from what was once the premier Mind Power group on Earth ...

The Wealth Angels group is still functioning and looking for far more advanced Mind Power activists to join, putting an end to the negativity that so many left behind.

Friday, 27 February 2015

Free Misery Book From Stephen Richards


FREE MISERY BOOK FROM STEPHEN RICHARDS - Here is the Wealth Angels Misery Book "Diamonds in the Rough" for free (time limited offer). You can download from Amazon. You do not need a Kindle to view this book, just get the app from Amazon to read on PC or any other device. This book is about overcoming misery. 

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

Overcoming Tragedy Is Not Easy - Here Are Many True Life Stories Of how Many Have Done So

Diamonds in the Rough is about overcoming adversity
Would you be able to face life again if some members of your family were murdered? What if your own brother killed his own father and then killed himself, how could you face life again? This is a book about overcoming such tragedies of life.

Diamonds in the Rough has many, many real life stories about how people who once had their lives shattered into broken pieces now stand strong one again.

Sunday, 15 February 2015

Would You Forgive Or Kill?

Forgive or Kill? by Stephen Richards
Author and mind power expert Stephen Richards takes a look at the question, Would You Forgive Or Kill? This was brought about by the subject being broached on a number of popular internet blogs. How easy would it be to forgive someone who had, say, carried out a vile act against you? Let's find out more.

One of the questins on a popular search engine was:  

You and your worst enemy are in the middle of a desert, nobody's there except the two of you ... you have a gun; he/she is at your mercy. Do you kill or forgive?

Some of the answers were quite mind-numbing and made for harrrowing reading. In essence it would seem that the mere thought of being alone in a barren location with only yourr enemy and a gun to hand gave rise to instant reactions of being merciless!

Here is one of the responses:

Shoot them in the *** but first I’d spit him in the face and say you are nothing compared to me my dog and hamster. die u mfxxxxx yeah dats wat I’d do if I was on drugs normally id just break arms legs fingers blow out some very personal body part of my foe say I had xxx with his mama and sister and his dog is screwing my hamster. Then I’d spit in his face a couple of times and tell him to drink my pee when I’d finally tell him his fake teletubie god thingy doesn't exist and tell him if he doesn't suck a camel’s balls I’ll kill everyone close to him afterwards shoot him in the bed and then kill him by drowning him in his own screams. 

Here is another question posed: 

What would you do to that person who has shot and killed you mother and father, your baby brother or sister in front of your eyes and you are the only one who has survived.

Will you say: I forgive him/her, if so then you’re not a human or don’t love your family?

It is obvious that no one will stand and breathe properly until they get revenge for what somebody has done to their life.

What do you say you would do? 

Here is one of the responses:

YOU NEVER FORGIVE. When someone has ventured out to hurt you, deliberately and intentionally, you don't forgive, never forgive, never.

F*** 'em - Kill. YOU CAN NOT FORGET
which is why WARS WILL NEVER END

Kill torture, kill over as long a period as possible like you said I don’t know but in my heart now I would hurt them so much it would be unreal and then kill them and their mum and dad and brother and sister.
Essentially it would seem that the immediate response to such emotive questions gives rise to evoking the very worst from those thinking abut such questions. 

In greater detail I then go on to examine in my book "Forgive or Kill?" how forgiveness is a rather difficult concept to grasp. It is often imagined that when you forgive, you have to reconcile with someone and yet this is a larger team in which forgiveness is just a player. 

Forgiveness does carry with it numerous obstacles and one may well be surprised why many people find it a very difficult hurdle to jump over. Every human being will find it difficult to deal with. The trouble is that we are often so convinced that we are so hurt and in pain, so much so, that we opt not to forgive. 

 The risky thing with always blaming the other person is that we will never acknowledge that the same things keep happening over and over again; therefore we will not know how to rise up and put an end to the bad trend.    

The moment we see beyond our personal desires to be felt sympathy for, we can actually start the journey to that final destination of true forgiveness.