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” […]
This week we’re doing Experiment #2 from E-Squared by Pam Grout. As a group, we set out to explore the theory that we impact the field of potentiality (FP) and draw from it based on our beliefs and expectations.
“Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” That quote comes from Albert Einstein, arguably the most intelligent man who ever lived. So, if the smartest man who ever lived said that, wouldn’t we be wise to not only read it, but remember it, internalize it and BELIEVE IT? My area of […]
The dictionary defines intention as a purpose or goal. While these words may be linguistically similar, I see them as a little different. When I choose a goal I am inclined to be practical, logical and somewhat (but not too!) realistic. When I set an intention, I tend to be all of those things, with […]
In preparation for the final week of my Vortex Meditation Workshop, I was re-reading the Chapter on relationships and the following quote reminded me of how important my thinking is when I want to help someone. Abraham says:
Time once again to share a fantastic quote from one of my favorite teachers on The Law of Attraction. This one has to do with improving results, achieving goals and changing current “reality”. All of these changes begin, as we begin to……. Tell A Different Story! “Start telling a better-feeling story about the things that […]
This week, a client shared a story about when he wrote down that he wanted “$5000 by the end of the week.” He wrote that on a card and read it every day. At the end of the week, when he was beginning to doubt that it was going to happen, a wonderful thing occurred; […]
When you wear contact lenses, you need to visit the Eye Doctor every two years, in order to refill your prescription. A few weeks ago when I inserted my last pair of contacts, I heard myself having a not-so-nice conversation in my head that sounded something like this: