One of my “Big Life Goals” has been to catch (and safely release) a giant Frazier River Sturgeon.
And for anyone who fishes, there is a big difference between fishing and catching. The difference is similar to the difference between dreaming about something and achieving that same thing.
And so, on my last birthday, after years of planning, I went fishing for the big fish. Take 80 seconds out of your day and witness a life-time goal being actualized!
And for anyone who wants to make their dreams come true, there is still time to register for the Ultimate Wake Up workshop coming up this November 1,2, and 3rd in Ottawa, Canada. This yearly workshop makes things happen. Go to the link or call our office and speak to Evie at 613-592-8100.
But wishing is part of manifesting and can be a very important key in making your world the way you want it to be.
And some people seem to be more powerful manifestors than others. And simply wishing can and does make a difference.
Carl Jung, the Swiss psychologist, in the 1920s coined the term Synchronicity. To put it as simply as possible, it is when two or more events happen together in a meaningful way.
There are so many examples of this happening that I won’t take your time to give one. They are so common that we stop seeing them for what they are. Meaningful coincidences that happen to you could be described as your manifesting abilities.
Once a year, and only once a year we hold a special workshop in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. A select group of people meet and for 3 days, they discover deep ReadMore
But that just isn’t how it works.
You may be surprised to know that if I decide to… Read More
There are pro’s and con’s on both sides of this dilemma. If you hide your goal, is it because that way, if you fail to reach it, no one will know? Or are you the quiet type who goes about working on your goal without making a lot of noise?
Well, here goes, my goal for a big fish this summer. I will catch …
We all hear the New Age guru’s telling us we can manifest our life, right? So get a load of this study. In 2001, a Professor Leibovici took a stack of hospital case histories and divided them into two random piles. All of them had been admitted to the hospital for blood poisoning. The names in stack A were prayed for, those in stack B were not.