Self-image – Boost Your Self-image in 5 Simple Steps

By: Andres Lara

Never voice an opinion of yourself that is less than spectacular. Any sentiment less than extraordinary or amazing about yourself, you must refrain from verbalizing it. Expressions become impressions. Every time you express views about yourself, those views become impressed, imprinted, inscribed… tattooed onto your self-image and onto others’ minds.

People usually repeat what they hear. So if they are going to hear something from you, about you, make it breathtaking. Make it…worth repeating. Remember this…your words are tattooists. Choose them carefully… for their scars can last a lifetime.

Here are some simple things you can do to make sure your words are painting a beautiful self-portrait.

1. Describe Yourself:Ask yourself “What has been the most empowering description of myself that I have ever heard?” Write it down and repeat it throughout the day. If you are not happy with it, make up a description of yourself that will empower you and repeat it frequently.

2. Powerful Words:Since you are carving your day and life with words why not be very selective on the words you use. Incorporate these words today in every interaction or thought you have: Wonderful, uplifted, invincible, courageous, passionate, loving, compassionate, astounding, determined, miraculous, committed, stupendous.

3. Develop a Habit: You have probably heard that it takes twenty-one days to develop a new habit. But have you ever consciously counted the days you tried to implement a new habit? Here is a good opportunity. For the next twenty-one days repeat frequently that powerful statement that describes you (tip number 1) and consciously make yourself use those powerful words (tip number two) in every interaction. Do this for twenty-one days and see how your life will change.

4. Think Before You Speak: You have the power to build or destroy, to make things, incidents, and people more beautiful than they are or uglier…you can create a masterpiece everywhere you go or a disaster. Your words give you a lot more power than you think. Next time you are going to express your opinion about something, someone, or even yourself think before you speak. Expressions become impressions.

5. Change Others’ Lives:It is not a miracle, it’s called imitation. We all do it. If you spend enough time with another person, you will eventually start resembling that person. Take a look at your spouse, siblings, or people you spend lots of time with. Chances are you use similar expressions, body movements, gestures and even words. So this means that you won’t only impact your life when you choose to use powerful words but also that of others that you care and love.

Affirm This Statement:
I vocalize only words that empower, invigorate, and compel the best to emerge. My words exhilarate.

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Four Essentials to Maintaining a Healthy Mind

 By: Omar Z. Phillips

Our Mind is one of our most precious possessions; it’s also a possession that is easy to take for granted.

Rarely as human beings do we take stock and hold inventory of our thoughts and perpetual mediations.

But this simple habit can mean the difference between a healthy productive mind, operating at optimum, a servant able to enable the manifestation of our destiny. Or a troubled storm torn vessel, unable to assist us is in the vicissitudes of life.

In this article I want to highlight four main elements I feel will be deeply useful to consider when we are endeavouring to corral our minds in the direction that will produce the most desired results.

To further lay emphasis on the opportunity we have before us, I would have you consider the fact that a healthy mind more often than not is fundamental to a healthy body. A healthy mind enables us to think creatively and circumstances will invariably bend to the upbeat attitude of a healthy mind.

A healthy mind will attract to it not only healthy circumstances, but also healthy company. It’s been said bad company corrupts good habits. I charge we should choose our thoughts as carefully as we choose our friends and vice versa.

Our thoughts will either take us to our desired destination, or plunge us to our dreaded fates. Our thoughts will ennoble us to feats of courage and determination or rob us of vital energy when life requires an extra push.

Lets look together at the four things that can greatly improve our thought life and enable our minds to maintain a healthy virile tone that will infuse all of life with purpose, meaning, worth and peace.


Let’s begin with attitude; it’s been said that in all of life’s happenings, the one thing we can choose is our attitude. A negative attitude is one of the surest ways to eschew destruction through our whole system, and destroy productive relations with our fellows. Even if we attract many other negative people to our pity party, the ensuing conversations will be so detrimental, we can be sure no positive thing can result. Likewise when we choose in the face of a negative appearing circumstance a positive response, the lessons in the circumstance are learnt, the pain quickly passes and we are ennobled, energised, invigorated. And by default those we come in contact with will reap the benefits.

Self Esteem:

A positive attitude is hard to maintain without a healthy self esteem. Self esteem is something so deep it affects our thoughts immensely. First please realise that who you are has tremendous value and worth. You may have been told otherwise all your life, and circumstances may have conspired together to compound this notion. But please stop and look into the mirror, tell yourself you love yourself, tell yourself you forgive yourself, tell yourself that you are the most valuable possession you have at your disposal, and invest in yourself. Allow you’re self to change all the destructive self loathing thoughts; they won’t help you or those around you. The moment you accept yourself and see your worth and invest in yourself the world will become a better place.


The next key thought I want to cover is our mediation, our constant mental fixations, what do we spend our time thinking about? Amidst the various pressures and circumstances life poses, beneath the surface can be a volcano of anxieties, concerns and misgivings. If we don’t discipline our minds and choose to maintain focus our lives can become bogged down in a mire of frustration from which we long to escape. It’s very important in life to have vision. Take time to really consider your aims, purpose and reasons for doing what you do. Allow the sometimes disorienting process of change to operate in your life; be prepared to jettison dead weights that are stifling your progress. Establish your destination, and as you press towards it maintain a healthy meditation on your focus. When anxieties arise meditate on your focus. When you go to bed and when you rise, meditate on your focus. And you will find your thoughts steering your mind which in turn will steer your course and you’ll make it.


And last but by no means least I hope this final thought will add the so needed Icing to the cake; Courage. We addressed anxiety which is a form of fear. Fearful thoughts seek to paralyse our best efforts and sabotage our endeavours. Whether it is a case of self doubt or the fear of people, apparently insurmountable obstacles or the great unknown. I encourage you to add courage to your arsenal of productive thoughts. Believe you can achieve and you will. Be brave enough to believe you have value despite naysayers. Press beyond the dead past and enter the yet unseen future, confident your going to make it, and life will bend to your faith.

Ultimately choose your attitude, recognise your intrinsic value. Take stock of your daily meditations and focus on your vision and purpose, and rise to life’s challenges beginning in your mind, with the courage of believing thoughts and hopeful expectations. And you’ll maintain a healthy mind that will serve you throughout your life.

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Hot Stone Therapy and Ayurveda are Effective for Toxin Release

By: Priyanka Tiwari

Ayurveda is effective treatment if the procedures are done with compassion. If you go for external snehana, it helps in making the impurities of the body soft and thereby making a release of the negative emotions that are stuck deep inside the body cells. The expert will do the massage strokes with proper focus on the terminal ends. By doing this, you will achieve the terminal clearance. Another form of Ayurvedic treatment is called shila abhyhanga. The meaning of this word in English is stone massaging. When you go for this type of heated massage, it is called thermotherapy.

This massage is quite effective for the external and internal rejuvenation and detoxification of spirit, mind and body. When you talk of shila abyhanga, it is related to the traditions of ancient healing in India. It is a quite effective treatment and will refresh you. You get such treatments at many places or in an Ayurvedic resort. The procedure begins like this. The stone is wrapped alongwith herb in moist warm cloth thus creating poultice. This is an effective treatment for the muscle and joint pain. Warm stones have to be flat in design. They are used with oils kept on the affected area for relief.

The panchkarma is considered an old Ayurvedic treatment. In the old India, the royalty used special diamond, emerald and ruby ashes for an effective panch karma treatment. When you talk of the stone healing, you are involving mother earth. The stones are called bones of earth. There are other healing techniques like reiki but by introducing the stone, you also add up the earth element also. This type of healing can be called as a good healing technique. You can get such therapeutic treatments in many centers of Ayurveda in Kerala.

When you talk of Ayurveda, it recognizes five directional flows in body. Stone healing is one of the most effective and it has power to activate the downward flow. Stones are the element of earth and they can connect grounding of earth.. When you talk of Ayurvedic treatment, it recognizes the terminal ends of body. These are ear, head, genitals, feet soles and hands. The meaning of the terminal clearance is the exit of the residues and toxins from these sources providing relief and rejuvenation to the body thereby a new and effective life.

By the squeezing strokes, the toxins are pushed in the direction of the terminal ends. Glide the stones in the direction of these exit points and you have to do this with firm pressure along muscles. When the terminal clearance procedure is done, the negative energy is converted into white golden light. You will really feel the exit and relaxation. Kerala is one of the famous places in Ayurveda. Many colleges of Ayurveda hold Kerala medical tour for the purpose of practical knowledge in this area too as it is considered as part of Ayurveda. Come to India for the purpose of Ayurvedic treatment and set yourself free.

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The Art of Self-healing

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 By: Jamie S Hanson

Your body and mind are natural healers, are you in touch with it? Do you know how to listen to your body and mind, or is the noise from so much fear, pharmaceutical and medical mambo jumbo blocking your ears? How do you get your intuition back?

When was the last time you went to a healing practitioner that talked with you, (not a questionnaire) asked how you were doing, is anything bothering you? Is there something you are afraid of? What are your hopes, dreams, where do you feel stuck, do you have some unresolved anger, resentment, despair, are you happy at this point in your life.

If you have a healing practitioner who spends some real time with you, consider your self one of the fortunate, most are on the clock, driven by capitalistic blue prints, controlled by ideas of ambition and success, which often has little to do with the Art of Healing.

Your healing is Art, inspiration, intuition, insight, spontaneity and dreams are equally powerful medicine, in fact may be the most important medicine you will receive during your process of gaining health and well being.

Have you taken responsibility for your problem? Oops I just said a dirty word, responsibility in our society often means, blame, guilt because you did something wrong, guilt because you are a bad person and brought this upon your self.

The word responsibility simply means the ability to respond, take action to heal the problem, become a part of the solution, and stop adding to the problem that takes self-honesty and insight, the willingness to dig for answers without being judgmental.

Self-questioning like, how am I aiding in creating this problem, this arthritis or whatever is going on. That was a question I asked myself when arthritis hit my feet. I realized I was scared to step out into the world, frightened of failure, scared to go broke. The reasons were multiple but all harbored around fear. So healing involved not just using creative visualization, foot message and acupuncture but also re-programming my subconscious having to do with self-confidence and my imaginings of doom. And yes I did heal the arthritis.

Taking responsibility means taking the reins of the horse you are riding and becoming the director not just a rider, the horse represents your personal power. The patient is always the healer the Dr, holistic health practitioner or shaman can often be and inspiration, hypnotist or catalyst but it is the person with the disease or problem that is the true healer, it comes from within you.

This is Art; good art is not just technique but even more so it is intuitive. What is your gut telling you, do you need a vacation, love, do you need to quit this job you hate, is your boss or spouse driving you crazy into stress and your not sleeping well. Do you need a mental enema from your head full of fear, pessimism and dread, are you generally afraid of life. What do you need to heal this problem besides a quick pill fix, which is often what many in the medical field prescribe? They are not trained to deal with the whole person only to treat symptoms and that is like spraying the city to get rid of mosquito’s and then treating the population for lung problems, you get the point.

Your healing could be the best thing that ever happened to you, depending not only on your attitude but also on what actions you take, what you learn from a problem can often revamp your life for the better, something that will last you your whole life time.

You are a body, mind and spirit, spirit meaning energy a force, fire, mind being awareness, intuitive, insight, body flesh organic feeling e-motive, and to further realize this is all one function.

Yes one, your flesh is spirit incarnate, your body is mind in action, movement involved in and organic process of being human. You are the earth walking, talking, thinking, and being aware of it-self in e-motive action.

In this state of oneness your thoughts feelings idea’s hopes dreams are as important as your chemistry, maybe more so since thoughts and idea’s create chemical changes.

The art of healing then is when you and I take into account the whole of our self and stop treating our self like a carved up cadaver.

This for most of us takes learning new things like meditation, Ti Chi, yoga, massage and sometimes giving up work we hate. We give up self-hate by learning to love and participate in the act of living as though we count for something as though the creator endowed us with more than just a mechanical mind and chemical body.

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90 Minute Jam Session

By Charles Fitzgerald Butler

The 90-minute Jam Session is your key to insane productivity. How do you get more of your most vital priorities done? Furthermore, can these 90-minute jam sessions help you level up? Not to mention help you leapfrog the average competitor and increase your revenues.

This simple technique will help you become more effective with your job, family, and other activities. I am going to show you how to become insanely productive while eliminating the things that keep you tied down. You will identify your most vital functions.

The Busy Myth

Being busy is a myth. For instance, you Do Not have to get everything done. You don’t have to be “Busy”. Busyness is a form of laziness. As a matter of fact, busyness keeps you from working on your most valuable priorities. People wear busyness like a badge of honor. Don’t be Busy be Effective.

Insane Productivity

I learned how to be insanely productive from Darren Hardy’s, Insane Productivity Program. I invested in this program and within 90 days my productivity tripled. I became the leader in sales in the last quarter of 2017. I got more done in less time and also learned how to delegate, defer, and delete items from my daily routine.

In addition to becoming more effective in sales, I was able to eliminate social media distractions, stop interruptions, and free myself from “Multi-Tasking”. Furthermore, I was able to increase my skills in sales and marketing. The 90 Minute Jam session helped me focus on my Most Vital Priorities (MVPs) of the day. This technique was the breakthrough I needed to make it to the next level.

The Challenge

If you understand the Pomodoro Technique (working in intervals followed by short breaks). The 90 minute is derived from that. Here is the challenge. For the next 5 days, I challenge you to put the 90 Minute Jam Session to a test. Implement the steps below.

Your 90 Minute Jam Session

Step One: Pick Your Most Vital Priority (MVP)

Commit to spending at least 3 hours per day on your Most Vital Priority. You will break that down into 90-minute work intervals. Your MVP is the most important task you have on that day. For example, my MVP is closing sales. I focus my time on closing deals.

First, you don’t have 10 priorities. If you have more than three priorities then you have none. Pick your top three, then from that three, pick your number one. Remember this is the most important task of the day. This one task trumps everything else. Those who spend time on their most vital skills destroy their competition.

Athletes spend countless hours improving their craft. Entertainers are constantly practicing their fundamentals. They spend time on their MVPs.

“If you have more than 3 priorities then you don’t have any” – Jim Collins

Step Two: Schedule Your 90 Minute Jam Sessions

Schedule your Jam sessions. Write it down… make it happen. Also, get a timer. Set it for 90 minutes and get to work. Only work on one task for that 90 minutes. Do not multitask. Your mind can only do one cognitive function at a time.

Indeed you will get into a zone. At first, ninety minutes may seem like an eternity. You will look at the timer and only 20 minutes have passed. Keep going your focus will intensify and you will be amazed at how much work you can get done in that 90-minute session.

Step Three: Close The Windows

This is the most important key to your 90-minute Jam Session. You must Close The Windows at all cost. When you are in a zone and you get distracted studies show that it takes 25 minutes to get back into the zone. You just lost 25 minutes of productivity because of distractions.

Closing the windows means that you are fighting the Weapons of Mass Distractions:

  • 1. Phone Calls (Unless it’s your MVP)
  • 2. Text Messages
  • 3. Notifications
  • 4. Social Media
  • 5. Email
  • 6. TV
  • 7. Kids
  • 8. Co-workers
  • 9. Anything that distracts your from your MVP

Consequently, these WMD’s are so prevalent that people accept it as normal. Normal equals average and if you want to be average then stop reading this article.

When you enter your jam session. Turn your notifications off. Put a put “do not disturb sign” on your door. Only work with one or two tabs open with your computer. Do not check your email or social media. Let those around you know that this is your sacred time.


After your 90 minutes is complete. Take a break. Refresh. Disengage from your work. Go for a walk, jog, do push-ups, or go drink some water. Give your mind a break. Then hop back into focus mode.

Why It Works

When you focus on your MVP with a planned strategy you will become insanely productive. Furthermore, your bottom-line results will increase. Instead of doing 10 things good you can focus on the 1 to 3 vital functions that help you succeed. Again, I challenge you to try this for the next 5 days.

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Intuition Vs Fear: How to Recognize Your Intuition

By Matthew Engel 

Intuition can produce feelings, emotions, sounds, images, physical sensations, dreams, heightened awareness and distractions. Everyone has intuition. Sometimes it’s subtle and other times it’s quite pronounced or even startling. For people who haven’t had any training in how to work with their intuition, the experience of being intuitive can lead to empathic overload, fatigue, disillusionment, and confusion about what’s real, what’s being imagined, what’s being projected, what’s coming from a higher (wiser) place and what’s not. Listening to intuition can be just as disturbing as attempts to ignore it because the messages may seem emotionally loaded while also being cryptic or lacking any clear direction as to how to make use of that information – much less what higher purpose it’s serving or how to digest the emotional aspects of it.

By learning to recognize and work with your intuition effectively, you can create a greater feeling of purpose, direction, clarity, inner peace and spiritual connection in your life. Learning how to ground your sixth sense in the practical world is essential in navigating relationships, careers, financial decisions, life transitions, and personal growth.

The following 8 tips may help you to recognize the workings and value of your intuition and offer clarity about the difference between the fear-based mind and the intuitive, wise self:

  1. The purpose of your intuition is to guide you – not to scare you. Any fear-based response you have is coming from your mind – not your higher self.
  2. Cryptic messages are not necessarily warnings. They may just be an attempt from the universe to get your attention. Don’t jump to conclusions. Instead, take time to listen and engage (calmly) with the energy contained within those messages. Take some deep breaths and ask your higher self for clarity.
  3. If you find yourself stirred up by your intuitive downloads, stop what you’re doing and breath deeply again. Then ask your spiritual power why you’re picking up that information or energy and what you can do with it. Give yourself some time to receive an answer. It may not come to you immediately. It may take several days and calm space before another message presents itself. With practice, you can learn to dialogue with your intuition so that it becomes more useful to you.
  4. If you’re on empathic overload, ask yourself what emotional issues may be getting activated within yourself. What inner demons are unresolved? When you’re already stirred up (or in denial) about your own emotional process, it’s likely that you’ll over-identify with someone else’s pain. That leads to a merging of your pain and someone else’s and a situation that’s emotionally, psychically, and energetically murky.
  5. Do a reality check about whether your inner rescuer has been activated. Are you yearning to fix someone else? Is that your pattern? It is for a lot of empathic people as they have a tendency to try to save everyone else rather than working on themselves. Keep in mind that you’ll be less effective in helping anyone else if your own emotions and energy are stirred up.
  6. If you’re constantly on the go, your energy will race and you may be more likely to feel anxious. Giving yourself time-outs, time in nature, walks, hikes, swims, meditation, massage, quiet time at home and other self-care modalities will help to ground your energy and decrease your fear response.
  7. If your instincts are telling you something and you respond with an argumentative statements, you may be ignoring your own intuition.
  8. Keep a journal of the intuitive messages that you receive – even if you’re unsure of what they mean. Over time, you may find that the messages come together in a more coherent manner.

There are a number of books and courses to help you develop your intuition. It may seem frustrating at first. But if you commit to spending time several days each week settling into a calm inner space, asking for guidance from your higher self and simply allow yourself to be present with whatever images, words, sensations, feelings or sense of knowing that comes to you – free of judgement and scrutiny – you’ll be well on your way to developing your intuition.

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14 Ways to Reestablish Trust When Trust Is Broken By You Or Another

By Dr Kate Siner

Whether you are the person who has been hurt or you are the person who has broken trust, you very likely will want to do some repair work. Here are fourteen things that you can do to help rebuild trust with another person once it has been broken.

1. Take Responsibility: Regardless of which role you played in the situation, you are responsible for your own contributions to what has occurred. Take some time to be clear about what you did and what you did not do that may have lead to a situation where trust was broken.

2. Show Empathy: When we have hurt someone, it helps for them to see that we understand the pain that they are going through. When we have been hurt, some of us will expect ourselves to get over it quickly and others will tend to hold onto the pain. Either way, empathizing with our own experience is helpful to our process of healing. It is also helpful to show empathy when possible to the person that hurt us. This person usually hurt us because of his or her own pain.

3. Keep Promises and Agreement: If you have betrayed someone’s trust, their whole system is on red alert. More than likely they expect you to continue to hurt them. By only making promises and agreements you can keep – as well as making sure to keep them – you can start to rebuild trust.

4. Be Authentic: People can spot a phony, (and even if they go along, they do not really trust them). So if you have hurt someone, being real is the best way to rebuild trust. If you were the person hurt, being authentic might mean that you are truthful about your emotions and where you are in your healing process.

5. Expect and Support Emotional Reactions: When there has been a breach of trust, everyone wants it to go away. But, expecting it to be cleared with an, “I’m sorry,” is often overly optimistic. Emotions will come and go. The more that you can support the emotional healing of yourself, or the person you hurt, the more likely you are to reestablish trust.

6. Sincerely Apologize: Perhaps, this should be number one. Offering an apology is the first thing that you can do to begin the healing after trust has been broken. Just lip service will not do – you will need to understand how you hurt the other person and truly feel remorse for your actions.

7. Accept and Admit Your Faults: Regardless of which side of the coin you fall on, you have flaws. These flaws, while understandable, likely contributed to the situation at hand. Stating your flaws and saying what you are going to do differently is helpful in regaining trust.

8. Keep Your Head on Your Shoulders: Assess the situation at hand. If you have sincerely shown remorse and the other person is not able to forgive you even after doing your due diligence, (or the person who has hurt you has not altered his or her behavior to be safe), your best choice might be to cut ties. Rebuilding trust is important… but pay attention to when your time is better invested elsewhere.

9. Imagine Different Outcomes: So, you trusted and you got hurt. This does not mean every time that you trust you will get hurt. Learn what you can, and then look to the future. What kind of people do you want to relate to? How would you like them to show up to the relationship?

10. Listen to Your Intuition: Very often when someone betrays us, we had a sense that it was happening or even just a sense that something was not right. The more we hone our intuition the easier it is to make good decisions for ourselves in the future.

11. Forgive Yourself: We all make mistakes. Sometimes, there is a high price tag to pay for the type of mistake that we made – like loss of a relationship, or loss of trust with ourselves. Regardless of what you did or did not do, the best you can do is learn from it and make difference choices in the future.

12. Forgive the Other Person: Building off of forgiving yourself, the person that hurt you also is prone to making mistakes and bad choices. When you are ready, forgiving the person who hurt you can be one of the most liberating actions and can open you up to truly trust again.

13. Try Trusting Again: Seriously, get back on the horse. Perhaps one person broke your trust but how many other people did not? The odds are in your favor. Keep building with the people who have shown themselves to be worthy of your trust.

14. Make Yourself Happy: The happier we are, the healthier we are. The healthier we are the better decisions we make… and the faster we bounce back from our challenges. Taking care of yourself and doing what you love will help you feel courageous enough to trust again.

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Do You Sabotage Yourself With Worry?

By Estra Roell 

Worry is one of the biggest obstacles to creating what people want in their lives. Most of us grew up with the idea that if you weren’t worrying you just didn’t care about the outcome. I’ve heard parents say, “It’s my job to worry about my children.” Worry comes up because you fear you won’t get what you want or that something bad will happen. Or, you might think that worry will cause you to be prepared in the event that things don’t work out.

Worry is a lack of trust in the Universe/The-All-That-Is/Source/God. It’s a lack of trust in ourselves as creator beings. The truth is that we aren’t meant to struggle. We’re meant to thrive. Life is supposed to be fun and easy. When you are in alignment with what you want, you embrace a feeling of lightness, joy, appreciation and trust. Worry actually keeps what you want away from you. If you are sending out a vibration of worry, then you simply attract more worry.

There is a gap between feeling your desire and manifesting it. The problem arises during that gap. All sorts of doubts can creep in and you start to worry about whether or not what you want will manifest. This is especially true if it feels very important that you have it. And then the thing you want never happens and you begin to doubt the whole process of manifesting.

I’ve been there!

Something that made a huge difference for me, is a practice called “It is done.” I’d been able to manifest some great things into my life, sometimes pretty easily, but it was inconsistent. Certain things just didn’t seem to be showing up. I’d been using the words, “so be it and so it is” and “it is done” after stating intentions, but only just saying the words. Then the worries would start to creep in. I tried to re-focus my thoughts and feelings, did a lot of processes and work on clearing limiting beliefs. All good things to do. But for some things I deemed big and important, I just couldn’t release the knot in my stomach.

It is done.

A book was recommended to me called, “It Is Done: The Final Step to Instant Manifestation” by Richard Dotts. I decided to give it a try. Richard described the feeling of goose bumps that came over him as he realized that “Amen” at the end of prayer had originally been more than just an ending. It was a statement of faith and trust that the thing being asked for was, in fact, already done. As soon as we birth a desire and intend to create it, it is done. As Abraham-Hicks puts it, everything is already there, waiting in our vortex of creation. You simply have to align with it. You are the last creative component to receiving what you want.

The process is very simple, yet powerful. After using whatever method of setting your intention you prefer (visualization, journaling, affirmations, etc.) take a moment to say and most importantly to FEEL that it is done. How would you feel knowing that the thing you want is already accomplished? There is nothing more for you to do to make it happen. Done. Really feel it is as if you have it. Tap into the feelings you’ve had when you’ve accomplished things in your life in the past. Then take 15 to 30 seconds to “be” in that feeling. You know you are in the feeling because you will get some sort of sign, release, or “click.” For me, it is a relaxing of the knot in my stomach and a feeling of energy going through the top of my head and down through the center of my body. Richard describes goose bumps and his scalp tingling.

At any time during the gap between expressing your desire and manifesting it you feel doubts creep up, simply do the “It is done” process right in that moment. Don’t put it off for later, deal with it right away. There is no need to visualize what you want at that point, simply work with the FEELING, shifting from worry to “it is done.” The first signs you have of this working is that you feel better. It has certainly caused more joy in my life!

We came here for the joy of bringing ideas and desires into manifestation in this physical environment. “It is done” will help you enjoy the process!

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How To Psychically Control A Person

 By: Qesankh Maa Kheperu

Let me fill you in on a little secret. I am very good at controlling people. In fact, I used to get every job I interviewed for. I dated many Hollywood starlets and found investors for my films. Now, how did I accomplish these feats? I know what you are going to say. All the above is easy when you’re extremely good-looking and charming like me. But even if you’re not as pretty as I am, you can still influence the people in your life. I’m about to reveal the secret of how this is done. And once I do, you’re gonna want to name your first born after me. Just kidding! (Or am I?)

Before I reveal this technique, let me say something that will lay the foundation. Everyone, and I mean everyone, in your life is nothing but a holographic representation. They are avatars. Before you came to earth, you made an agreement with these folks to have certain experiences with them. That means the interactions you are having with them now (good or bad) are merely the unfolding of those planned agreements. So if someone does you wrong – or if, like me, every girl wants you put a baby in her belly – that’s all part of the agreement you made.

Now, here is where it gets interesting. All the things you see in the world around you are merely symbols or representations of what is going on inside you. In fact, there is no outside world. It’s all in your head! You are projecting outward your present state of being and creating a hologram of things and people to interact with in order to create your experience. And peep this, my homie. Nothing is real. The only thing that is real is the experience itself. Deep, right? I know, I’m pretty awesome (if I do say so myself).

Okay, now that I have laid the foundation for you, you need to understand the law of state transference in order to control the people that you’ve created in your life. When I say “state,” I mean the emotional state you find yourself in at any given moment. And since emotions or states are energy vibrations, they permeate out and affect others around you. What you feel, they feel. Ya dig? So in order to control the holographic representation of people around you that you interact with daily, you must first learn to put yourself into the emotional states that you want from them.

Now, here is where I break down the formula. (Get ready to name your baby after me!)

If while interviewing for a job, for example, I want the person interviewing me to believe I am the best person for the position, I hold in my mind an image of me doing an awesome job at that particular company. Then while holding this image in my mind, I place myself in a high emotional state. Next, I maintain deep eye contact with the interviewer. Now, this is very important: you must maintain eye contact, but do not stare. There’s a difference. Staring comes off as creepy. Next and most important, you must lead the conversation. This means being the first and last person to speak and guiding the direction of the conversation as it goes along, while still doing everything I mentioned above.

Got it? Here’s the last step – the icing on the cake. Tell the interviewer a story. Fill the story with descriptive words that force the person to visualize what you are saying. You will need to pick a story that is appropriate for the situation and that is, more importantly, a metaphor for what is taking place. It should be a short story – one that you feel close to. For example, if I want to get the job, I may tell a quick story about Rocky and how he was the underdog but became victorious in the ring. Or I might talk about how J. K Rowling was broke and got numerous rejections for her Harry Potter manuscript – but then went on to fame and fortune. See where I am going? The story is embedding a hidden message in the interviewer’s subconscious mind that you are the prize.

Although I gave the example of an interview situation, this technique can work with anyone or any situation if done properly. The key is to remember that everyone is a product of your creation – that you are in the driver’s seat. See, the folks that come into our lives express themselves according to our strongest emotional beliefs. Those strong beliefs can be either good or bad, which results in our seeing both sides in the individuals we encounter. The people who are polarized in our own beliefs will usually form our close circle of friends.

Unfortunately, our Western world has taught us that to change a person, we need to open the channels of communication and tell them how we feel – and vise versa. This is not necessarily true. To change people, one only needs to change oneself. That’s because you cannot attract the vibration of something unless you match that vibration yourself. Whether it is because of your present energy or past-life agreements, the folks in your life are there for a reason.

I often have people ask me whether they are with the right mate. The easy answer is of course you are – even if that person is causing you hell (as Halle Berry once did for me before I gave her the walking papers). Every person in your life is a right match for you based on the energy you are presently putting out there. So give that some serious thought.

And with all that said, I must make my grand exit. I am working on manifesting some women in my life who won’t demand so much sweet loving from me. I am truly exhausted…from buying them flowers and gifts. (What did you think I was going to say? Stop it with your dirty mind!)

Catch you later.

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The 6 Habits That Lead To Happiness

By: Peter James Field

So often we count what is missing from our lives, focusing on what is not there.

In doing this, we create a form of “negative hallucination,” a state of mind that blinds us to so much of what is actually there — a really self-defeating way to pass our days.

By dwelling on what we lack we create feelings of deprivation and unhappiness that can eclipse the spirit and block our ability to experience the simple joy of being alive.

If we really do want to live a more fulfilled and joyful life then cultivating a sense of gratitude is a key ingredient. Gratitude for all that we have, for all that is there, brings with it a deeper appreciation of life itself.

Research has shown (1) that gratitude is an essential element in our ability to experience genuine happiness.

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Not only that, but expressing gratitude can help change your mind in a positive way, and actually have a physical affect on the brain, changing it in positive ways.

Gratefulness and life satisfaction just seem to go hand in hand (2).

Here are six habits that grateful people cultivate. They are the keys to increased joy and contentment.

1. Grateful people do not expect life to give them every single thing they desire. They live with the understanding that no one can have everything they want, when they want it, and that this is okay. They are appreciative of all they have, and are less likely to envy what others have.

2. Grateful people take nothing for granted. They do their best to see the positive outcome in situations and experiences and are not afraid to work towards those outcomes. They do not take the good things in their lives for granted.

3. Grateful people work with things as they are. They do not insist that conditions be exactly right before they can be happy. Appreciative of all they have, they accept life’s shortcomings, while working on their own, and welcome joy and happiness into their lives unconditionally.

4. Grateful people realize that they cannot have the sunshine without also having the rain. They understand that no one can live in a perpetual state of happiness, accepting that difficult times will sometimes come. They have learned to respect and be grateful for life in all its diversity.

5. Grateful people cultivate flexible thinking habits. They have learned to adapt to life circumstances and can adjust their thinking to the situation. Gratitude and rigid thinking make a poor fit, and so they make allowances for other people’s perceptions and opinions.

6. Grateful people do not define themselves by their regrets. They appreciate their abilities while working to improve them, accepting responsibility for their actions while working towards their positive future. Cultivate these habits of gratitude and you really will reap some wonderful benefits.

What are you waiting for? Why not start right now!

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