The following blog post is a general introductory statement to the concept that goal setting and goal achievement is a zen process. Meaning - attracting and manifesting is easy, simple and not labor intensive. I publish it here because it is a clarion sound for my next book:
ZEN ATTRACTION & MANIFESTATION
THE ZEN OF… Continue
Added by Mandy Lender on February 26, 2013 at 12:00pm —
You are not who you think you are. You are not that face you see in the mirror every morning. You are not someone’s child, or someone’s parent, or partner or friend. You are not the physical body you admire or criticize when you take a shower, or when you get dressed.
Neither are you the profile description on your social networking page, or your high school diploma, your driver’s license, or your title at work. You are not defined by your career, or the things you own, or the family… Continue
Added by Anthon St Maarten on June 8, 2012 at 8:30pm —
We've all heard the expression "Opposites Attract", and I guess it must be true. Take my wife and me. We could not possibly be more polar opposites in so many areas. In fact, the areas of similarity are virtually miniscule, and yet we just celebrated our twelfth anniversary! Continue
I am a man who likes order; she is perfectly comfortable with a desk that looks like a dumpster was overturned on it. I prefer to read the Sports section first on Sunday, while she goes straight for the comics.…
Added by Joseph M. Rinaldo on January 16, 2012 at 12:10pm —
Gunnar doesn’t think he’s worth saving – if there is such a thing. He doesn’t want anything from a God who failed him so bad in the past. Tessa is determined to keep him alive. But how much can she do when he refuses to be helped?
Added by Dana Pratola on November 14, 2011 at 5:19pm —
In 2004, a hypnosis client, Lena Lees, began to spontaneously channel Eastern Deity of Compassion Kuan Yin, thereby clarifying the Kuan Yin profound Spiritual Law of… Continue
Added by Hope Bradford CHT on July 6, 2011 at 1:20pm —
In the work "Oracle of Compassion: the Living Word of Kuan Yin" ancient deity, Kuan Yin answers what may be the most important question of ours or any other era: who we are as a species. The current state of affairs of war, poverty and environmental degradation cause many modern philosophers to question whether we are inherently… Continue
Added by Hope Bradford CHT on June 4, 2011 at 7:30am —
The Law of Sobriety takes the principles of the Law of Attraction and puts them to work for the specific purpose of helping individuals recover from their addictions, whatever that addiction might be, including alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling, food, co-dependency, love or shopping. However, in order to understand the Law of Sobriety, you need to understand The Law of Attraction. It states that your life is related to your thoughts—both conscious and unconsciously—that we put out into the… Continue
Added by Sherry Gaba, LCSW on February 5, 2011 at 12:27pm —
How the Beneficial Law of Attraction Can Benefit You
By [http://ezinearticles.com/?expert=Lauren_S._Smith]Lauren S. Smith
If you could attract one thing in your life right now, at this moment in time -- what would it be? Author, Hope Bradford's new book, Beneficial Law of Attraction: The… Continue
Added by Sarah Garris on July 12, 2010 at 9:59pm —
I just knew we were meant to be together, from the moment I first laid eyes on him. I don't know what it was about him that told me so; perhaps it was his smile, I really can't say for sure. The more I learned about him the more sure I became. Although our paths would separate for a time, we found our way back to each other after 17 years apart and have remained happily together ever since.… Continue
Added by Trina L.C. Sonnenberg on June 24, 2010 at 5:27am —
Here is my story of focusing on what I wanted and what I didn't want and how I ended up with my heart's desire. Forever and Always
My story is so incredible that I wrote a book about it to share with the world. My mind focused not what I didn't want and I got a lot more of it, but in the end, my heart won out because it had a stronger desire than the troubles my conscious mind had become fixed upon.
My life… Continue
Added by Trina L.C. Sonnenberg on June 20, 2010 at 9:48am —
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Added by Trina L.C. Sonnenberg on June 8, 2010 at 6:55am —
What is Forever and Always... about?
Originally intended to be marketed as fiction, it is my life story, or at least the most important parts of it.
Why did you decide to sell it as a memoir rather than fiction?
I feel that the message it contains would be better served if readers knew it is a true story, not something plucked from my imagination.
Added by Trina L.C. Sonnenberg on May 10, 2010 at 3:45pm —
In THE SHADOW EFFECT, Deepak Chopra illustrates our dualistic nature and gives a prescription for wholeness. Debbie Ford examines the birth of the shadow and the role the shadow has in sabotaging our success, relationships, diets, and dreams. And Marianne Williamson touches our hearts and minds with an exploration of the shadow and the soul. Buy the book @ http://www.theshadoweffect.com/book
Added by Lily Finch on May 2, 2010 at 4:45pm —
There’s a contrast in the idea that you have to work at allowing yourself to be open to receive what you desire. Without meaning to, you block or delay receiving if you “work” at allowing it.
A reader of my article, “The Give and Receive Confusion,” contacted me to say how much she resonated with the message and that she was working on allowing herself to receive, that she affirms often that she is open to receiving. I’m grateful she contacted me because it inspired me to revisit… Continue
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on March 5, 2010 at 3:13pm —
All the strategies, systems, programs, books you’ve invested in that haven’t shifted your prosperity or life experience may have missed one key point. You may not realize approval, rather than value-for-value, is your imprinted “currency” exchange.
Expectations and limiting beliefs introduced to us in early years become invisible residents in our non-physical “bones.” They also morph—change form and function—as we grow into adults.
When we’re children and we experience… Continue
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on February 9, 2010 at 12:57pm —
If you ever feel overwhelmed, pause for a moment and look around you. More than likely, there’s clutter in your physical (outer) space, which means there’s clutter in your inner space.…
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on February 8, 2010 at 10:06am —
Many of us used to consider it a luxury to choose to reinvent ourselves or our businesses. At present, many find themselves thrust into this position by the economy.
Last year,… Continue
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on February 7, 2010 at 9:00am —
To borrow from Wayne Dyer, who borrowed from someone else: Do you focus on what floats or on what sinks? Does it matter, even in your inbox? Yes, it does.
It was with the best intentions one of my newsletter subscribers forwarded an offer from one of the big names, in the event I wanted to include it in the next issue. I looked at the offer and felt it again, that niggling feeling I get when such emails pop into my inbox: something is off about this.
It isn’t that there’s… Continue
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on January 27, 2010 at 9:24am —
If you’re not experiencing infinite abundance, there’s a good reason it’s not your “reality” yet. The reason relates to a riddle.
The challenge is like the riddle: which came first, the chicken or the egg? In this case it’s which comes first, measurable proof that you’re infinitely abundant or faith that it’s your natural state? The answer for both riddles is the same: the thought or idea of it comes first.
We entangle ourselves with a “chicken and egg” cycle about… Continue
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on January 25, 2010 at 8:17am —
Is there any part of your life you’ve placed on the shelf, and you know it doesn’t belong there?
You invest in a book or program to improve something about you or your life. Do you take what it offers as far as is appropriate for you or as far as the bookshelf? Does this pattern show up in other areas of your life?
You can read “Do You Practice Self-Help or Shelf-Help?”
Added by Joyce Shafer, LEC and Author on January 13, 2010 at 5:45am —