Take the Law of Attraction Straight to the Next Level

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

For years, the Dream Manifestation Kit has helped thousands of people around the world tap into the power of quantum physics to attract luck, success, wealth, personal power and abundance into their lives.

Maybe there’s something you REALLY WANT in your life, right now, but you’ve been struggling to get?  Wouldn’t it be great if you could mould the world to fit exactly how you desired… delivering the precise result or lifestyle changes that you’re after?

But did you know… despite the amazing success stories that quantum physics has produced for manifesting fast, permanent change in the lives of its users… that many people still struggle to attract EXACTLY what they’re looking for?

Airing Out Your Compartments

Saturday, October 10th, 2009

If you think you hate your job, consider that the job may not be to blame. It may be that you’ve unwittingly taken the wrong approach to compartmentalization.

To become a professional in almost any field, it is usually necessary to compartmentalize – to separate one’s personal life from one’s work. A criminal lawyer can’t kick back with clients the way she would with friends. A CEO may call the employees of his company a “family” – but he would be a fool to relate to them in the same way he does his actual family.

While the need for distinguishing the personal from the professional is obvious enough, it’s also clear that compartmentalization can lead to dishonesty and dissociation from one’s true self. It can bring about a cognitive dissonance that separates oneself from one’s spirit.

Would It Be All Right With You If Life Got Easier?

Tuesday, December 16th, 2008

Would it be all right with you if life got easier? I’ve asked tens of thousands of people that question over the past twenty years. After a pause, most of them say something like: “That’s obvious. Yes. Of course!”

Take a moment with that question. While you may find yourself giving an immediate “yes,” you could notice another question on your mind: “What’s the catch?”

There isn’t any catch. But this question about having life get easier flies in the face of what we normally consider the successful life to be. Many of us have learned that success is won by hard work – even struggle. We’ve raised the bar on our goals and achievements, while comparing ourselves to what we think others have accomplished. We get frustrated because we think we’re not doing enough to get ahead.