Prosperity is not an abundance of money and material things; it is a mindset.
Category: Law of Attraction & Personal Development
When we gain awareness of our ancestral money patterns, we have the ability to create spaciousness around our unproductive money habits and beliefs. Spaciousness helps us loosen our grip on old patterns so that they can begin to unravel and we can develop new money habits and beliefs that serve us
Who will complete me?
This is closely related the the question Why aren’t you completing me?, which, in its various iterations, has destroyed more relationships than restless legs syndrome and herpes combined. Memorable movie dialogue notwithstanding, wholeness is possible for every individual, and only whole individuals create truly healthy relationships. If you’re searching for the One to complete you or raging at the One who isn’t doing so, you’re looking at the wrong One. Try the nearest reflective surface instead.
The Top 10 things about time and space that most people seem to forget…
10. You chose to be here and you knew what you were doing.
9. There are no “tests” and you’re not being judged.
8. Everyone’s doing their best, with what they know.
It was great hearing Simon Sinek speak in Las Vegas. What was even greater was meeting him at a VIP reception and finding him to be a genuine and an all around great guy. It’s equally great when people are as nice in person as the persona they project on stage.
I first heard of Dr. Joe Dispenza when I saw the movie What the Bleep Do We Know. (Fabulous movie on Quantum Physics.) He was also in the film Further Down the Rabbit Hole.
I was so excited to get to see him in a more intimate setting at Unity of Phoenix. He was there twice. I got to spend some time with him after each appearance and have learned so much from him.
I had another great opportunity when volunteering at Unity of Phoenix. I assisted Neale Donald Walsch with a book signing after he premiered his Conversations With God movie. It was an extremely thought provoking evening. Both in watching the moving and then also hearing Neale speak.
What was really fun was when our little guy, Tanner, then 10, got to meet Les after the first service. Tanner had heard us talk extensively about Les over the years and had seen many of his videos. So he was so excited to meet him not only to tell him the Les Brown quotes he knew but to also tell him his own quote, “If it’s impossible, make it possible!” Les loved it!
Another great teacher I met at Unity of Phoenix was John DeMartini. It was a fabulous evening with many gold nuggets. The most impactful thing I learned from him and that I’ve taken into my life was his practice of intense gratitude.