Many people believe that things “just happen” to them, but as we connect more closely to our intuition we are shown that everything that happens to us is of our own creation. We may not be fully aware of what we are creating moment to moment, but fortunately the universe provides us with many signs to let us know when we are on the right path, and (more importantly) when we are on the wrong path.
In general, warning signs from the universe occur in the form of unwanted circumstances and events. These signs are an indication that your energy is headed towards (or currently stuck in) a low vibrational frequency. Your thoughts, feelings and actions are focused negatively, and this is creating unwanted circumstances.
Manipulation is influence without consent. Manipulators seek to control you without your awareness. The way to stop them (and to be empowered) is to be aware of the main “tools” of persuasion that they are likely to use against you. Ralph outlines the six forms of persuasion a person may use to control your behavior without your awareness or conscious consent (which were originally presented by the great psychologist, Robert Cialdini).
There is a big myth that many of us believe in, and that is the belief that we should put others’ needs ahead of our own. While it is a lovely thing to care about others and protect their best interests, if we all simply put ourselves first above others we would create a world with more positive, loving energy.
Our beliefs shape our realities. What we believe, we receive! Therefore, to master the Law of Attraction, we must start to identify our beliefs, and realize that some of them are creating realities we do not want.
Having a positive outlook is relatively easy when your life is all sunshine and rainbows. But what happens when you get sick, lose your job or break up with your significant other? Here are a few ideas on how to find your way back to optimism, even in the midst of a crisis:
The Remedy for Everything at the Tip of Your Tongue I want to share an ancient mantra/prayer with you and it is simply to sound out the word HU (pronounced like Hugh or hue). It is used to harmonize and retune the very atoms of your body. When I first started vocalizing this practice, my […]
As we enter a New Year full of possibility and potential, I have an idea for you to replace resolutions. Instead of focusing what you’re going to “fix” about yourself this year, why not focus instead on what you want to feel?
For many years, I led a Vision Board workshop within the first week or two of the New Year. It was a wonderful way to connect with other Abundant Mystics and help them hone their Visions and Intentions for the coming year. A question that came up a few times during the workshops was whether […]
To live more authentically, you should stop caring about these Ten factors. You’ll feel less pressure and stress, and start living the life you were meant to have.
“Why do good things happen to bad people — and so many bad things happen to good people?” It sometimes feels like we’re living in a perpetual opposite day, where “Love yourself not your neighbor” seems to be the golden rule and “Take and you shall receive” appears to be the principle of abundance.
While it’s not good for your health to pack on extra pounds, the heaviest burden to your well-being is the extra “wait” you’re carrying — all the excuses you’ve swallowed for why you can’t live your dreams, all the doubt you’ve digested that’s keeping you on the couch until the “the timing is right.”
For much of my life I didn’t quite “get” New Year’s Eve. I was never much of a stay up late, drink yourself silly, wake up with a hangover type of guy. It probably didn’t help that, when it came to drinking, my friends gave me the nickname “No Mas” because of my tendency to get a bit, how shall we say, obnoxious, after one beer!
Every New Year, people make resolutions to change their life. Only 8% of people who set New Year’s resolutions actually succeed. What is the secret to keeping them? There are three main reasons we have trouble keeping our resolutions…
In this practice, you wake up every morning with the idea that you are a gift to others. Contribution actually involves two practices: “1) declare yourself to be a contribution and 2) throw yourself into life as someone who makes a difference, accepting that you may not understand how or why.”
Will you resolve to become who you really are in 2015?