My cautionary tale of what to expect when you strongly don't want something to happen ...
No matter how many actions you take to prevent it, a vibration of "don't want this" requires it's coming like a freight train!
We know how to spot unhelpful influences in lots of other ways in our life ...
Let's get good at spotting those gremlin thoughts, too!
Next time you're tempted to solve a problem by throwing money at it, let's throw some alignment at it instead.
That's the only reliable way to get the results we want!
The art of knowing what to downplay and what to play up ...
You do this in regular daily life more often than you realize, and it's worth bringing to your manifesting game more than you already are!
It turns out that aligning to what you want isn't a one-time trick.
Maintaining the successful manifestation means maintaining the vibration that got you there in the first place.
Sounds obvious, I know, and yet many of us give up the practice that created the win after we've got the win in hand.
If you've ever watched a newly manifested success slip through your hands, this reminder is for you (and me) ...
When a recent LOA-skeptical love interest told me he won a national championship by relying on his mental game (rehearsing the performance he wanted), I pointed out he was using that same mental game to wreak havoc in other areas of his life.
He rehearsed negative outcomes as powerfully as he rehearsed the positive ones for competition.
He put it to the test in his single most challenging topic: the ex-wife.
Here's what happened ...
What is a practice project and why should you engage one?
This is my short and sweet take on how a practice project can transform your manifesting game.
If you'd like to
... tune in for a quick and dirty tutorial on the power of a practice project.
This is the mantra I've been using to turn around shaky situations on a dime. Maybe it'll work for you, too!
Conscious creators know it works better when we’re propelled by inner guidance rather than operating from our logical, rational mind.
Taking action to make something happen is not nearly as effective as letting inner guidance show the way (via inspiration) to what we want.
That's why it's worth recognizing inspiration when it hits. Here are four clues to tell ...
Our stuff says something about us and our life.
As conscious creators, we can leverage that. We can create an environment that reflects the life we want to manifest.
What would your space look like if your favorite dream came true?
An illicit dream led to some cool insights about the role of contrast and how it shows up in our lives.
Enjoy this personal take on why it's worth thanking the ones who bring trouble to our door ...
Two recent personal examples reminded me just how easy it is to activate a vibration, and how fast Universe answers responds! Whether you want it or not.
Use this as your reminder to pay attention to what you're turning on ...
Why is it so hard for us to know what we want? It doesn't seem like a trick question, yet for some it can be tough to answer!
When we're speaking hypothetically or dreaming of "someday" that can be easier to answer. But when it's time to pin it down and declare that you're going for it - that can be uncomfortable.
This is 7 reasons we don't know what we want and how to resolve it ...
Conscious creators know that whatever we strongly don't want is coming to us fast and furious. Yet that doesn't stop of us from occasionally forgetting that vibration trumps all.
Here's what to do when you recognize there's something you've been pushing against ...
May's Q&A episode fields questions about how to manifest money when lack abounds; how to manage a persistent specific negative thought; and the role of vulnerability in manifesting romance.
Tune in for inspiration for raising your own manifesting game ...
Becoming a better receiver is not only good for our manifesting game, but it turns out to have a surprising side benefit, too!
This is my recent experience in embracing the ability to let life get even better ...
A conversation with an old friend revealed how completely differently we see the same situation and reminded me the power of our vibrational habits.
What we see, think and feel is what we create. Is your vibrational habit up to date?
When you notice your expectations aren't fabulous, it's worth taking a moment to turn them around.
Here's how to spot and reverse negative expectations ...
How do you know whether your alignment practice is working for you or not?
It’s a question worth asking now and again. If it’s been a while since you evaluated the effectiveness of your vibration management plan, here are three questions to help you know whether your manifesting process is as effective as it could be ...
We're answering your burning questions in this month's Q&A episode, including:
Tune in for tips on how to improve your manifesting game ...
This is the LOA savvy way to call in more money ...
Engaging even one of these top 10 tips can make a dramatic impact to your financial abundance.
When authority figures and loved ones contradict your preferences, don't succumb to their version of reality.
They don't know what you're capable of. They don't know the power of your focus. They don't know that you get to have it your way - when you don't let them sway your attention off of what you want.
This is your reminder to hold your power when external forces threaten ...
When we wait for reality to change in order to really feel better, we're stuck in manifesting limbo.
In order for things to change out there, we have to mean it in here first. That means we don't give up our vibrational instruction even when reality appears to be unchanged. Bashar calls this the "manifesting echo."
Easier said than done, but the more you practice, the better you get.
Lately when someone tells me what's wrong with their life and what needs to change, I've been thinking of The Scapegoat movie and what it's like to starve at the feast.
Abraham says every moment contains every thing, and it's just a matter of what we choose to pull out of it.
What would it be like for a stranger to walk into our life and see nothing but blessings and opportunities, where we've practiced seeing problems and failure?
It's a question worth pondering.