Before I get into today’s blog post, I’d like to ask for your help. I’ve been nominated as one of the Top 50 Personal Development Blogs of 2011, in the Best Personal Development Newcomer Category (thank you Vishnu!!). If you’ve found this blog helpful in the past, and you’d like to do a little something [...]
One of my awesome readers (don’t be jealous. You’re all awesome. I swear), recently shared one of her “Ah-Ha” moments with me and has graciously allowed me to publish it here. I think this is a perfect example of how to easily line up your energy with a higher vibration. I’m going to break down [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
I was having tea with a friend today, who’s in the process of starting an exciting new business she’s really passionate about. During a discussion about marketing, customer acquisition and business models, we also talked about some old fears which were rearing their ugly heads. She’s entering into a higher risk situation (starting a business [...]
Our need to compete comes from the belief that there’s a limited amount of resources, and every time someone else gets some, it leaves less for us. It’s the belief that in order for us to win, someone else must lose. But this isn’t in line with who we really are. There’s not a finite pool of energy from which we can create. Our creative energy (and remember, everything is energy) is unlimited and expanding all the time. As we raise our vibration and remember who we really are, competition as we know it becomes less and less important.