March 2011

Why Don’t We Remember the Law of Attraction From Birth?

by Melody Fletcher on March 31, 2011

A few weeks ago, I was asked a poignant question: “Why don’t we remember this Law of Attraction stuff from birth? Why do we have to relearn it? If it’s so important, why isn’t it hard-wired into our brains?” I thought this was an excellent question, and one which deserved to be shared. The short [...]

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Why Being Around Your Family Turns You Into A 16-Year Old

by Melody Fletcher on March 29, 2011

You’re an adult. You pay your bills. You live on your own. You’ve managed to keep a plant alive, have relationships, and maybe even raise kids. You hold down a job, maybe you’re even the boss. People look to you to be the leader. It doesn’t matter how much responsibility you carry in your everyday [...]

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Finding Enlightenment…Again

by Melody Fletcher on March 27, 2011

We all seek it. Whether we know it or not, we’re all looking for enlightenment, in our own way. A lot of people think that if they just study the right philosophy, find the right answers, figure out the right method, that they’ll finally “get” it. Understanding will lead to an enlightened state. I’d like [...]

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Authenticity Versus Radical Honesty

by Melody Fletcher on March 24, 2011

In the brilliant and funny June 2007 Esquire article I Think You’re Fat, A.J. Jacobs explores the concept of Radical Honesty, a “movement” started and being championed by Dr. Brad Blanton, a Washington D.C. psychotherapist. The basic idea behind Radical Honesty is that people should tell the blatant truth – all the time. Actually, it [...]

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Are You Good Enough for the Lover You Want?

by Melody Fletcher on March 21, 2011

In the article How to Visualize – The Secret to What Visualization Really Is, I explain that visualization is really just a way to test out your vibration before you let it create your reality. When you visualize your perfect love life, for example, you might find yourself taking the story into a dark place: [...]

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An Authentic Conversation

by Melody Fletcher on March 17, 2011

A few weeks ago, I wrote a Blog post about Being Authentic. I received a few emails and a comment asking me to give some examples demonstrating exactly what someone would say in a truly authentic conversation. So, dear readers, that is what I’m going to give you today. If you like this post and [...]

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The Mechanics of Feng Shui

by Melody Fletcher on March 15, 2011

  FengShuiLifeMapping.com published a guest post by yours truly today. The site’s Owner – Salvatore Manzi specializes in helping people implement the Law of Attraction through Feng Shui. I thought I’d break down how Feng Shui actually works to help you attract the life you want. When I first heard about Feng Shui, years ago, [...]

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Why Aren’t You Married Yet?!

by Melody Fletcher on March 13, 2011

Last month, Tracy McMillan published a controversial piece in the Huffington Post called Why You’re Not Married. The post sparked a series of angry and/or passionate rebuttals from the blogosphere. Many were offended by Tracy’s take on why they had so far failed to secure a husband and felt attacked by her reasoning, like Jessica [...]

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How We Co-Create Our Reality With Others (Article)

by Melody Fletcher on March 11, 2011

We create our reality through the vibrations we send out. These vibrations are a result of the thoughts we think and focus on. The vibrations attract others like it (this is the Law of Attraction at work), until enough energy has been gathered to bring it into the physical. This process is fully explained in [...]

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Why I Won’t Tell You My Age

by Melody Fletcher on March 10, 2011

For the last few years, on my birthday, I’ve been deciding how old I was going to turn that year. It had no relation to my actual age, but was more of a reflection of a.) how I felt and b.) what I thought I could get away with. I even made a joke about [...]

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