Sharing the lessons along the way…

Just Imagine…

This is a very exciting day for me!  I have been wanting to do an audio blog for quite some time, and it has finally happened!  I hope you will click below for a short talk on the true power of our imagination and how to make that work for you!  Can you imagine your best case scenario?  Can you imagine you as the evolved version of yourself?  Allow me to share with you how you can begin.  I am eager to hear your thoughts both on the content and the quality.

Join me for five minutes by clicking here!


Comments on: "Just Imagine…" (2)

  1. Good advice. Note that dreams, fantasies, myths, fables, etc. have dark themes, almost exclusively. I wonder if dark thoughts play an evolutionary role. Can positive imaginings redirect evolution?


    • Hi Harry!
      Thank you for commenting on my blog–I feel so honored! It seems that these dark archetypes have been with us since there has been a way to record them, and so have the light versions of them. Have you read much about epigenetics? Physics, biology and neuroscience are all finding that how we are changed by our experiences in our lifetime can indeed affect future generations (and have indeed affected previous ones) and this is without affecting our core DNA. The epigene is what is affected. More than you wanted to know, I am sure!


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