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How to find a hot date in 24 hours using sleep programming

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Old 08-20-2008, 03:47 PM
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Default How to find a hot date in 24 hours using sleep programming



If you are sick of being single use this sleep programming technique
to find who to date.

To do this, you must say the following OUT LOUD before you go to
sleep:

"I WISH TO KNOW THE TRUTH: WHOM SHOULD I DATE?"

Then go to sleep - you will get a description in a dream of the person
to date, by tomorrow morning.

Put a pen and paper next to your bed and write down your description.

Try it, you have nothing to lose.

Happy Dating.

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