Bio: Richard Pace is a syndicated columnist who writes features about quests, life cycles and numerology. Articles on numerology may be read by visiting http://www.accessnewage.com/html/people.htm. His newest is CELEBRITY FORECASTS.

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Building Relationships [Pace Yourself Series]
Building Relationships helps you to open up your world. Find out why some of your relationships work while others fail. By imagining the various ins and outs of personal attachments, you will realize you can finally enjoy your life. By reading one lesson a day, for thirty days, you learn to use your natural instincts rather than "tired old habits" in nurturing your relationships along. Each lesson takes you into a world of possibilities where you open your heart to the people you love, respect a... more info>>
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Defeating Addictions [Pace Yourself Series]
Mr. Pace applies the same 30 day matrix that he has used in the other Hard Shell Publications, Growing Self Confidence and Building Relationships. Every day, for thirty days, you will apply your imagination to situations that you would probably never realize you could link together. You will be able to examine why you turn some of your needs into addictive habits. You will begin to face down your craving for substances and activities that place you in a holding pattern. You can start to take con... more info>>
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Growing Self-Confidence [Pace Yourself Series]
In Growing Self-Confidence, author and psychic Richard Pace offers thirty lessons that open up your mind about yourself in ways you never dreamed possible. By reading one lesson a day, for thirty days, you learn to use the basic self confidence that is naturally built into everyone. Each lesson begins with a force of nature like time, love, and the senses. You find yourself in situations that force you to reexamine your strengths and weaknesses--your courage and your fears. Mr. Pace takes you by... more info>>
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Visualizing Wealth [Pace Yourself Series]
People who want to become wealthy often have two basic needs they must address. They want to build toward monetary stability and they want to free their lives from obligations such as debt. There isn't anything wrong with these reasons except they create a contradiction. How can anyone feel responsible for his/her happiness and yet free of obligations at the same time? This is an impossible situation, yet we all constantly try to attain this contradiction of reality. By advancing our imagination... more info>>
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