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You Literally See Only What You Aim At

How you can use this inherent blindness to transform your life

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On a fine summer evening, paranormal researcher Tony Cornell dressed up in a white sheet. And flailing his arms, capered through a public park.

The intention was to see if the bystanders noticed anything strange and how they interpreted it — whether as an actual ghost…




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