Is Meditation a Superpower?

Is Meditation a Superpower?

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answer_book-cover.jpgDiscover the superpower that success coach John Assaraf, author of the recent best seller, The Answer, says every person desires: The Greatest Superpower in the World.

If you haven’t heard of John Assaraf, he is a famous personal development and business coach featured in the movie, “The Secret.”

This video is the first in a whole series of FREE videos that will help you to be ALL YOU CAN BE in 2009. Today is the first day of the group’s debut, called The Masters Gathering. Sign up with your name and email address to receive notices when the rest of the videos, called transformative conversations, are released. The Masters Gathering hopes to help everyone to reach their dreams through ongoing personal help and interactive discussion (begins on the page after you sign up)… This is an invitation to “take your place among the masters”.

WARNING: The opening titles of this video may be annoying or, even, cheesy, but don’t let that, or the brief introduction by someone named Jamie, turn you around. The actual content by Mr. Asarraf is worth checking out!


  1. Thank you very much. I encourage this for everyone. For me, this was an excellent reminder and refersher to help me stay on my path. I have been operating like this in varying degrees for most of the last ten years – recently I have hit a spiiritual awkaening/growth spurt of exponential proportions and can hardly contain my enthusiasm and joy (and occasionally grief or sorrow) at times . Thank you for continuing to reach out to all humanity.

    I would like to know more about how to participate in higher level healing or vision generating mediation sessions, etc. Please advise.

    Many blessings and much gratitude to you and yours,

    Andre Bougie
    Middleton, WI, USA 53562

  2. If you like this material, you may also be interested in material found at The Abraham-Hicks material is sometimes referred to as “the secret behind The Secret” – the popular book and video referred to in the brief description of John Assaraf at the beginning of the post above.

    If you’re interested in the ideas discussed in the above video, and you have a sense or a knowing that our emotions and how we feel moment to moment are equally as important as how and what we think, then you’ll probably find the Abraham-Hicks material particularly valuable. I recommend listening to the audio clips found at ( for an excellent introduction to this material.