If you want to live a more comfortable, more satisfying life with less stress and fewer hassles, you’ve come to the right place. If you want to learn how you can more fully express the you that you know your Spirit came here to be, then this is the place for you too.
The Law of Attraction really does work, but it’s not your mind you have to change in order to attract a better life…it’s your body’s mind – your cellular intelligence. To do that, the first thing you’re going to have to learn is how to speak your body’s language, the language of feelings, and I’ve got just the tools to help you learn how to do that on your own. I can help you to take charge of your own healing. I can help you learn what you need to know about the Art of Personal Transformation.
Here, in a nutshell, is the issue: your body remembers everything it has ever seen, heard, smelled, touched or tasted. Everything. From since before you were born. It not only remembers it, it’s built your life based on that information, information you took in before you could think for yourself. Most of that information is unavailable to you consciously; it is, however, at work every day, attracting to you literally everything that occurs. Generally, if you’re struggling with some aspect of life, the roots of that struggle are locked somewhere in your unconscious.
Happily, you’ve got a very good brain…it just needs training. I offer you two ways to improve your situation: Sleep Magic™ and Come True My Heart Collage. You can read more about both here on this site. If you have questions about either you can feel free to contact me via Email.
This link will allow you to view me in action, speaking at Ozark Mountain’s Transformations 2012 Conference. It will give you a flavor for who I am and for how I approach life and healing. You can also learn more about my experiences with the magic of this life by watching the series, My Alternate Reality, on You Tube.
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