According to Mike Dooley of Tut.com, we don’t need to know HOW we’re going to get what we want. He says we need to let go of the “Cursed Hows,” so we don’t limit the infinite possibilities of ways the thing we want can show up. (Here’s a short video of Mike explaining that.) Continue reading
Category Archives: Attitude
There’s an important DISCLAIMER at the end of this post, so be sure to read till the very end.
I’ve been working hard for the past couple of weeks (painting, carpeting, repairing, cleaning, cleaning, cleaning…), getting my house ready to sell. My vision has always been that when I was finally (been “thinking about it” for years) ready, I would sell it within a week. Continue reading
Pam Grout is the amazingly awesome author of #1 NY Times Bestseller E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality, and yesterday I had the pleasure of speaking with her. Continue reading
Here in the U.S., it is Memorial Day; a national holiday which, to many, means a day off from work, a backyard barbecue and the beginning of Summer. But the reason for the holiday is to honor and remember American soldiers who lost their lives, protecting our freedom. Continue reading
Do you have any worry, doubts or fears?
Hahahaha, of course we do~ we’re human!
Well here’s an easy, fun way to eliminate or, at the very least, minimize the vibrational impact those negative thoughts have… Continue reading
Last week in my Outwitting the Devil classes, we discussed something the devil says about Definiteness of Purpose, which is essential for our success. He says:
“Anyone who submits to annoyance by things he does not want is not definite. He is a drifter.”
(FYI, being a drifter is not a good thing.) Continue reading
Two weeks ago I did something absolutely terrifying~ a webinar.
A webinar is like a teleseminar, except instead of speaking into a telephone, you speak into a microphone on your computer. And instead of being invisible, participants can actually see you and your slides.
Unless they can’t. Continue reading