So many people want the answers to their questions without being willing to look at the material given to them for the answer.

Often times the answer lies within a video clip, a song, a story or a quote and you continue to scroll past them and remain frustrated at your inability to find the answer when the Universe is providing you the answer over and over and over you’re just too impatient to watch, read or hear.

The fastest way to find the answer is to ask, meditate and listen.

So ask yourself - “How bad do I really want the answer?” and then read, watch or hear the material you fell led to.

The answer is ALWAYS there - it’s only your willingness to hear it that’s in question.


Anonymous asked:

Juicing for 60 days is dangerous. Sure you're getting your vitamins since all you are eating/drinking is fruits and vegetables but you are missing out on protein and a bunch of other necessary nutrients. Juice diets are only supposed to last 3 days max if you want to drop a quick 5 lbs or so.

Not going to do it for 60 - going to do it for 30 days after I get checked out by my doctor.

I don’t see how it’s much different than being a vegan, it’s just that you’re drinking your veggies, fruits and nut rather than eating them.

When you deliberately conjure an image for the purpose of creating, we want you to understand that, well, often people think “I’m going to sit and do my creating now.”

And we want you to understand that all that visualization is, is practicing the vibration of what you already asked for in.

This is just vibrational practice.

All that visualizing is NOT making something happen.
It’s letting something that’s already happened in.

That’s such an important distinction.

You’re NOT creating with your affirmations, you’re NOT creating with your visualizations, you are practicing a vibration that lets it in.

So, the more practicing you do, the more you set a tone that lets more in.

Abraham Hicks, Detroit, MI, September 22nd, 2007

Juice Anyone?

I couldn’t sleep last night and decided to get up and check my email/facebook/tumblr instead of toss and turn and potentially wake my husband up.

Just before getting up I asked the Universe to show me something that will benefit me. When my FB page loaded, the first thing at the top was a video called “Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead”, an hour and a half documentary about a man who juices for 60 days. I was intrigued as well a impressed.

It was posted by someone who juices. I don’t know this person personally, only what they post on FB. 

I woke up this morning and had the thought, ‘I wonder what kind of juicer would be best to use?’ and went to the kitchen for coffee and breakfast.

When I pulled up my FB page this morning, her feed was at the top of my page talking about the juicer she uses.

I LOVE it when the Universe lines up answers to questions so effortlessly. Needless to say - I’m going to try juicing for at least 30 days and will decide after that if I’ll go 60 or not.

I need a radical change in my diet and a severe boost to my energy levels. I like the idea of the documentary that he did this hard core for 60 days and then implemented eating healthier into his life to maintain the weight loss. He lost 70 lbs in 2 months, 26 of which he  lost in the first 14 days.

He did it to get off medications - I’m only on 1 medication, but I’m not healthy as I should be and I’m eating crap most of the day. I was doing well prior to going on vacation and of course gained everything back while in Florida.

I’m going to try this starting in May - I’ll keep you posted on how it’s going. The video can be found on my ‘video’ page if you’re interested in seeing it. 

purestelegance asked:

Thank you so much for the Jack Canfield link about the seven step for creating the life you want. I have never heard of him and now I am starting his 10 days transformation. I can't wait and I'm also going to read his book "The success principles". Thank you Michelle.

Jack Canfield is AMAZING!

Between his books, youtube video’s and website - you can find a plethora of helpful information.

Glad to help you discover him! You can find more things by him on my “Jack Canfield” page. Links are at the top of my blog.