What’s the difference between making it happen and allowing it to happen? Pragmatically speaking, making it happen is action based. Using your will and desire, you choose to do…possibly against all odds. Determination overcomes obstacles. In the end, you feel victorious or defeated…depending on the outcome. Yet even in victory, you might feel…empty. You might… Continue reading Allow
I want to add a quick addendum to my previous post: Peace. Ever since that dream, my mantra has become: "Make peace with where you are." Whenever I feel anxious or uneasy, I repeat those words to myself…and really think about them. In doing this, I received further insight. The New Thought movement has taught… Continue reading Now…Then What?
In my ever evolving opinion, the Law of Attraction is not so much a law of attraction, rather a law of illumination, translation, and interpretation. If a tree falls in the forest and there is no one to hear it, does it make a sound? Abraham says, “No.” That is because sound is an interpretation… Continue reading The Law of Illumination
Did you know that it is often easier to manifest something you hardly think about than something you think about all of the time? And you know why? Because frequent thought is often wobbly thought. In my previous post—my most recent podcast called The Wheel—I discuss the Wheel of Fortune as a symbol of contrast.… Continue reading Wobble
In today's podcast, we take a spin on the Wheel of Fortune. I discuss the Law of Attraction and contrast. Contrast, like a wheel, is a powerful tool. It takes you places. Where is up to you. [If you do not see a video player above, you can click this link to get to it:… Continue reading Podcast: The Wheel
A very interesting thing happened yesterday. Allow me to share: At some point during the morning, I was thinking about rules. I then found myself comparing man’s definition of law with nature’s definition. I then started thinking about gravity (as an example of a natural law). [I will expand on all of this a bit… Continue reading Law
In lieu of a written blog post, I created a video. The subject is about using (a variation) of Abraham-Hick's Focus Wheel technique. Click this link [https://youtu.be/LUctr9fNV-4] if you don't see the video below. I decided to post the written version today. You can find it here: Focus (the Written Version) Enjoy!