Here’s why it’s not just ok, but totally inevitable and a GOOD THING if you disagree with me.
Over the last few weeks, a lot of you have been asking me to please explain how in the HELL we manifested someone like Donald Trump.
In this interview, I spent an hour actually reviewing how to APPLY the ascension insights I’ve been talking about to the manifesting process.
Have you been feeling a bit weird lately? A bit off? It turns out that this ascension business can come with some side effects, many of which you may already be experiencing.
I’m back from my annual pilgrimage to Peru, freshly charged up and blown wide open by a series of plant ceremonies, and I’m ready to start sharing insights! Today’s video is the first of those epiphanies and will set the tone for the whole rest of the year.
Ok, so you’ve mastered the art of manifesting a parking space. Whoop-dee-doo, you might say. What about acquiring a skill, a language, an instrument or art?
At the end of every year, I apply a process that helps me to raise my vibration and then energetically set up the whole next year, plus bring in massive amounts of positive manifestations in January, February and March.
In today’s conversation, we cover a whole host of topics, including why we shouldn’t, and don’t need to settle for what we have (even if we already like it!).
You’ve made your list of stuff you want to manifest, but now you’re unsure as to which one you’re supposed to focus on first. Is it possible to work on more than one manifestation at once?
You understand the Law of Attraction intellectually, but you’re not yet feeling the joy and awesomeness it promises? Well, chances are, you’re making this one mistake that’s keeping you stuck.