April 2011

You’re On The Right Path. You Always Have Been

by Melody Fletcher on April 28, 2011

I’ve dedicated my life to helping people “wake up”, to have the realization that they have absolute control over their experiences here, that life is about joy, and that they not only deserve but have the ability to be happy. I feel honored to be a part of this process, and I get to see [...]

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Haunted By Past Lives

by Melody Fletcher on April 26, 2011

A lot of people are incredibly fascinated by the notion of having lived before. They want to know if they’ve been someone famous; Cleopatra is apparently a popular one. They want to know how their past experiences have shaped their current belief system. Are they paying for past life mistakes in this one? It’s a [...]

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There Is No Destiny – Only Evolution

by Melody Fletcher on April 24, 2011

Why are you here? What’s your purpose? What is it that you’re supposed to do? Chances are, you’ve asked yourself these or similar questions at some point in your life. We all have. We keep looking for that path, something pre-determined that we’re supposed to follow. And when we do, we’ll serve our purpose, we’ll [...]

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Stop and Hit the Reset Button

by Melody Fletcher on April 22, 2011

These past few weeks, I’ve been catching up on the TV show Battlestar Galactica (the 2004 version). If you haven’t seen the show and want to, be advised that I’m going to spoil the ending for you. It’s a necessary evil – I’ve got a rather important point to make. I found the series a [...]

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Why Artists Get Famous After They Die

by Melody Fletcher on April 19, 2011

About three months ago, a story came out about Vivian Maier, an 83 year old street photographer whose body of work was “discovered” to great acclaim only days after she passed away. This isn’t the first time that an artist toiled away, unrecognized for years, only to find fame and fortune (for the estate anyway) [...]

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How to Use LOA to Vanquish a Nasty Co-Worker

by Melody Fletcher on April 17, 2011

So, you’re working on this Law of Attraction stuff. You accept that you create your reality, theoretically at least, you meditate and visualize and you’ve even noticed that things in your life are getting better. You’re feeling lighter and happier and freer than you’ve felt in a long time. You walk around with a skip [...]

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Just Give Up Already

by Melody Fletcher on April 14, 2011

We, as a people, love to suffer. Oh sure, we say we don’t like pain, that we try our best to avoid it, but many of us will create immense suffering in our lives before we are willing to make a change. Suffering is the most powerful catalyst there is to change, and for a [...]

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Why You Should Totally Procrastinate

by Melody Fletcher on April 12, 2011

I never used to procrastinate. If there was something I didn’t want to do, I’d do it first, to get it out of the way. I used to work 18 hours a day, too. I was one of the most productive people on the planet. I got a tremendous amount of stuff done. Sure, a [...]

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How I Finally Made My Peace With Religion

by Melody Fletcher on April 10, 2011

I grew up Catholic. I even went to Catholic school and everything. Whenever I use to meet others who’d been subjected to the same fate, I’d give them a knowing look, followed by “Ah, so you know my suffering…” I couldn’t discuss religion in general without adopting a heavy, sarcastic tone. Religion, to me, was [...]

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Why Children Blame Themselves

by Melody Fletcher on April 7, 2011

Many of us carry enormous scars from our childhood. Some of these were formed by living through obviously traumatic experiences, but many resulted from seemingly mundane incidents that caused us to form life-long beliefs. At the heart of most of these beliefs is the tendency for children to take any negative event and immediately turn [...]

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