May 2011

A couple of weeks ago, JD from asked me to write a guest post for his blog – a no-holds barred, blow your socks off, all-encompassing piece about how to Manifest anything you could ever want. Never one to back down from a challenge, I sat down at my PC, plugged myself in and [...]

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How I Turned My Body from an Enemy Into a Friend

by Melody Fletcher on May 29, 2011

As some of you know from my About page, one of my claims to fame is that I was able to lose almost 100 pounds of excess weight. I haven’t really written about this on the blog so far, but that’s about to change. I’m currently working on a book about the whole journey (which [...]

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Using TV Shows to Stabilize Your Vibration

by Melody Fletcher on May 26, 2011

I’ve written a lot about our need to raise our vibration, how other people’s vibrations can affect us, and our need to stabilize our vibration. Essentially, our vibration, which is a result of all the thoughts we think and beliefs we hold, can easily be affected by the energy around us if we haven’t stabilized [...]

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How To Turn Adversity Into Adventure

by Melody Fletcher on May 24, 2011

Let’s face it. Sometimes things are going to go wrong. You’ll hit traffic, some overstressed barista is going to be rude to you, the kids are going to throw a tantrum. Shit happens. And I know you’ve heard this before, but it really is all about how we handle it. That’s such a nice thought, [...]

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3 Things About Affirmations You Should Know

by Melody Fletcher on May 22, 2011

You’ve heard or read that positive affirmations can change your life. People have been talking about them for decades and anecdotal evidence seems to back up the claim: If you spend a few minutes each day declaring what you want as though it had already happened, your reality will change to match that declaration. And [...]

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2012 and the End of the World. Not.

by Melody Fletcher on May 19, 2011

The last couple of years have been awash with doomsday predictions about what’s to come in the year 2012. The world will end. Tsunamis, earthquakes, hurricanes, and for all we know, Godzilla like monsters will sweep us all right out of existence. So, since it’s 2011, and we supposedly only have about a year to [...]

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I was listening to a marketing seminar the other day, when the host brought up an interesting point. He was describing how to go about approaching people for potential business partnerships and told us that since the move The Secret came out, a lot of people have apparently been sending requests bordering on demands to [...]

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3 Spiritual Rules You Can Ignore

by Melody Fletcher on May 15, 2011

We have a lot of rules in our society. We have laws, codes of conduct, rules of engagement, and guidelines on what’s acceptable and unacceptable behavior. Some of these rules are necessary, in order to ensure basic survival and a reasonably peaceful existence in our current vibrational environment (like laws against murder, for example). However, [...]

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Helping Those Who Don’t Want To Be Helped

by Melody Fletcher on May 12, 2011

Many of us who are on a spiritual path consider ourselves teachers, coaches, mentors or some other kind of helpers. When we begin to deliberately feel better, when we begin to recognize our own immense power, it’s only natural to want to share that joy with others. And if you’ve ever had the experience of [...]

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How Can You Be So Unrealistic?!

by Melody Fletcher on May 10, 2011

The other day, I was told of a person who actually lost a friend, because they advocated looking at the positive rather than the negative in the world. We’re often told to have a positive attitude, and not just in self-improvement circles. Main stream advertisers, sports stars, Hollywood, our mothers, our teachers, and our bosses [...]

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