Ken Klemm Spring Hill, FL, USA
30-Day Mental Cleanse
We hear Michael Dlouhy use the phrase frequently, “Slow
down the chatter.”
What’s he talking about? What is this chatter?
It is the external and internal noise, static,
interference which blocks a clear signal from the
Source to the Sixth Sense.
At Mentoring For Free we had a proven program for
helping people to “slow down the chatter.” It was
called the 30-Day Mental Cleanse. Here is the
Yes, that's right. Too often we let things into our
minds that should not be there and it hinders our
progress. The best way to get your mind focused is to
clean it up with what it should have. Think of it like
rebooting your hard drive.
We have found this process to be more effective when
people can do this together and share the result. What
are you going to get? By joining this 30-day cleanse,
we will send you ebook(s) to read and have weekly calls
associated with this specific 30-day mental cleanse to
assist you along the way. All that is required by you
is your commitment to doing the program.
Here’s how it worked:
1. Your commitment is to TURN OFF the TV, Radio,
Newspaper, NO Stock Reports, AOL Pop Up's, Video games,
Listening to Negative people, Saying ANYTHING Negative
This Life Changing Event Will Cost You NOTHING but Your
Time. Do NOT Start this process if You Don't have the
guts to take it to the finish line.
2. While on Your 30-day Mental Cleanse You need to read
"Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill. Be sure to Post
Your Thoughts from EVERY Chapter each week on our web
3. Drink plenty of water daily. You are cleansing your
brain as well as your mind.
4. We will be doing a "Master Mind Coaching" call
Every Wednesday at 3:00 and 8:00 PM Eastern. We will
share what we learned from each chapter in Think And
Grow Rich starting with Chapter One and ending with
Because the Mental Cleanse is On-Going You DO NOT have
to Start on Chapter ONE, You can Start with the Chapter
we send You Every Wednesday.
5. Say Your Self-Talk at least 100 times a day.
Cleansing is a proven process which is an essential aid
to good health. Just as in a colon cleanse, digestive
system cleanse or blood cleanse, an intensive mental
cleanse needs only to be a one time or periodic
Clinical evidence show that mental habits can be
created or changed in 28 days.
The concept of a mental cleanse is now new. All ancient
teachers who imparted Great Wisdom to humanity
conducted a mental cleanse prior to receiving the
The process usually involved wandering in the
wilderness empty handed for about a month. Everyone
knew one could find water by following the contour of
land downhill and that food is abundant in the wild.
The point was to get away from other PEOPLE... Away
from gossip, politics and other such trivialities.
Siddhattha Gotama was reputed to have meditated 49 days
at age 35 to achieve Enlightenment, and became known as
the Buddha - “Awakened One”.
At age 30, after hanging up his carpenter’s tools and
prior to embarking on his 3 year ministry, Jesus of
Nazareth did a 40-day mental cleanse in the wilderness.
When He walked on this planet He was very much a man,
with a human body and brain - He had to be in order to
fulfill His purpose.
After achieving the Cleanse, one can safely re-engage -
equipped with trained mind. Recall that Jesus’ first
recorded miracle was transforming water into wine at a
friend’s wedding celebration.
Your Friend and Servant,
Ken Klemm - Florida, USA
P.S. “After you have mastered the principles described
in this book, you will be prepared to accept as truth a
statement which may, otherwise, be incredible to you,
Through the aid of the sixth sense, you will be warned
of impending dangers in time to avoid them, and
notified of opportunities in time to embrace them.
There comes to your aid, and to do your bidding, with
the development of the sixth sense, a “guardian angel”
who will open to you at all times the door to the
Temple of Wisdom.
Whether or not this is a statement of truth, you will
never know, except by following the instructions
described in the pages of this book, or some similar
method of procedure.” ~ Napoleon Hill