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As 2011 comes to a close, I find myself thinking about the two years I have been a part of Inward Quest...And I see that it has changed my life. How?

I have learned tolerance.

I have met a lot of great people!

I have learned that anything- truly anything- is possible, if I only believe!

Finally, I am so very grateful... God saw fit to bring me a new life with a wonderful and humble and Godly man! This came about because of Inward Quest.

So tell your stories! Let's see the year out with gratitude!

With Blessings and Thanksgiving,


asked 20 Nov '11, 11:42

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Inward Quest gives me a place to talk about things and ask questions that no-one else seems to understand. I know (or hope haha!) that I wont feel stupid no matter what i ask. For example, a few months ago, I started feeling sensations such as something pulling me along really really fast. It was scary and I used to shout stop, its too fast. And it would stop. I could never admit that round the table in work, too embarrasing! Ive noticed that it still happens now only it doesnt scare me and Ive noticed my life changes just after it happens (something good or exciting happens). Ive no-where else to go when these things happen!


answered 21 Nov '11, 12:13

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Red Shoes

I can most definitely say that Inward Quest has helped to change and improve my life. I have never come across a place that had so much knowledge and wisdom oozing out of it.

I haven't even been here a year and I feel like this has been my second family for a lifetime. I remember being too intimidated to join the site as a member at first in the beginning of 2011. I felt that my knowledge and understanding of things was so lacking, that I preferred to read and browse incognito style.

Taking that first step to get over my lifelong battle of self-consciousness and actually joining changed things for me. I was never able to ask such things and get such great and resonating responses as I have here.

I also think I started out as more of a question seeker and quickly turned myself into a question answerer. All the great info here helped me truly realize that all the information I ever need is inside of me. Information and knowledge is who you, I, and everyone one this planet truly are. We just need to learn how to allow that stream to flow effortlessly.

I enjoy helping people very much, and I know for a fact that it reflects back to me as well. Helping others for me is equivalent to also helping myself. So thank you all for letting me help you, help me, to help the whole of existence.

There was a point in my life that I wondered why I was even here (Planet Earth not IQ) and absolutely hated this place. Now I can truly understand the feeling of exhilaration that working through (so called) negativity can deliver.

I chose to walk down the path of not remembering who I am, and eventually, feel the joy of remembering.

Thank you all for the knowledge and the genuine compassion you have all shared . I have never been more appreciative of live than I am Right Now!


answered 11 Aug '12, 00:28

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edited 11 Aug '12, 00:32

Inward Quest is like a breath of fresh air to me. It is like a lifeline that I sorely needed. How wonderfull it is to be with likeminded people that dont think you crazy unless you believe as they do. How wonderful to be able to help others and learn from others. Most of all how wonderful it is to not be judged but accepted as an equal. I thank God for Inward Quest every day.


answered 20 Nov '11, 16:03

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edited 17 Aug '12, 00:50

i thank and appreciate you also Paulina Giao.According to your faith will it be done to you. experience and enjoy.

(20 Nov '11, 19:04) white tiger

Wow, thanks for sharing.

(10 Aug '12, 22:36) Fairy Princess

Well, I came here looking for healing. I had learned enough about healing that there had to be an easy way and if there wasn't I was going to make one. So far, I am on my way with Two Hands Touching that I came up with in May 2012. Since then, I have evovled it and used it with different techniques. So thank you everybody who has contributed to this. Many blessings to you all.


answered 25 Sep '12, 10:11

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Fairy Princess

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