True law of attraction story: “I have no eczema at all,” reprised

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There is an affirmation I like to say that goes, “The answer has already been given; the solution is already there.” It is from a book by Neale Donald Walsch called Questions and Answers on Conversations With God. It it, he says that this is one of the most powerful and effective affirmations of which he knows, and I agree. Because really, doesn’t it just answer all of our most pressing questions?

The answer has already been given; the solution is already there.

In any case, when I was contemplating my skin problem last summer, this was one of the affirmations I used. Still, though, despite knowing that I had the answer, I still wasn’t sure on a conscious level what that answer was. So instead, I just tried a bunch of stuff.

Thankfully, some of it really…

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The law of attraction strikes again

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Holy crap, my life is amazing.

Was going to do some onsite training for my (work-from-home) job yesterday, and to do so I would’ve had to leave my one-year-old with a babysitter all day several days in a row for the first time. Kinda made peace with the whole thing last week, understanding that I was in the right place and doing the right thing by having the job I have, but today when I called my agent to ask when to go show up he said I don’t have to go to the training after all. And that when I do, it’ll only be one day a week, not two weeks straight.

The law of attraction strikes again?

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True law of attraction story: “My autistic son got into the school he needed”

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Contributor: Janna from Sweden and The Secret’s official website.

A few years ago, Janna’s autistic son was facing a problem–a major one. He couldn’t get into the one school in the small village in which Janna’s family lived that could offer support for his disability.

“For three months I tried to get them to change their decision,” Janna writes. She even recruited some help: the psychologist and teachers at his rehabilitation center. However, nothing was working.

They kept saying no.

However, a believer in the power of the mind, Janna continued to visualize her son in the school she wanted him to be in. And, to further her visualization, she did something that was a bit . . . unconventional. She wrote on her Facebook status that her son had gotten accepted.

“Twenty people congratulated us, twenty people ‘liked’ my status, at least twenty people BELIEVED he got accepted to THAT school,” Janna…

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My latest book needs some reviews, y’all

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Just checked my reviews for my latest book, You’re Getting Closer: One Year of Finding God and a Few Good Friends, and, well … there are none.

This is a good book, ladies and gents. (Then again, you knew that; after all, I’m awesome.) So give it a good review on Amazon (or a less accurate review of another kind) and I’ll refund your purchase price with receipt. Just email a copy of your purchase confirmation to and add a link to your review.

Thanks in advance! Y’all are awesome.

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True law of attraction story: “I have a new race car”

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Contributor: Cary David Richards, the author of “The Law of Attraction Puzzle: Why the
pieces don’t fit and 8 dynamic real world strategies to click them into
place,” which is available for pre ordering at a discount for a limited time
on Amazon. Click here to get it for only $0 .99.

I have always had a great passion for open-wheel race cars. Thankfully I’m
finally in a financial position to be able to afford to participate on a
purely armature, hobbyist level.

A few years ago, I purchased a vintage open-wheel road racing car and began
competing locally. My wife, of course, thinks I’ve taken leave of my
senses, but that’s another story. Then at the end of last season, I began
thinking that I should upgrade to a better car. However, it was somewhat of
a vague notion and not something I included in my affirmations or

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True law of attraction story: “Yeah, I got that awesome new job”

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From the one and only Sarah Centrella of Thoughts, Stories, Life.

In May I quit my corporate job and decided to step out on faith to live my dream. I had no idea how I’d make that happen or turn my passion into a living that could support my family.  I resisted all the urges within me to panic on a daily basis, and instead threw myself into interviewing success stories for my book Hustle.Believe.Receive. believing with all my being that it would be the game changer I needed. Meanwhile for the past year I’d tried to land a corporate job in an industry I loved, that was based in NY and would enable me to travel (working from home can make you a little stir crazy!), yet the doors always seemed to close at the last minute. Finally I released my struggle and decided it just wasn’t meant…

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Book announcement: “You’re Getting Closer”

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Hello y’all!

Well, I finally did it. After about ten years of considering the idea, last year I actually attempted, as the Apostle Paul advises in the Bible, to “pray without ceasing”–to communicate in an ongoing way throughout with the Divine. If an experiment like this interests you, you’ll probably enjoy my most recently published book about it, called You’re Getting Closer: One Year of Finding God and a Few Good Friends.

Thanks for your support throughout my writing journey. I look forward to reading your comments here, via email at, and in your reviews.


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True law of attraction story: Lake mansion and more, part one

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This is an excerpt from Derek’s account of his attempt to apply the law of attraction. Read lots more at More to come in parts two and three of this story.

Many of you have already heard of the law of attraction (i.e. “The Secret”). Not so much in its literal sense, rather in the context of positive thinking, or manifesting your own reality. It’s an interesting concept that does have some science backing it. Basically, LoA states that you will attract what you put out. So if you’re putting out an intense energy for something, it will come true.  Quantum physicians have said the theory holds ground, with many actually endorsing it.  The theory, a little more scientifically speaking, revolves around the concept that we are all energy.  Everything that exists in this universe is energy.  Like attracts like.  Therefore, if we are putting out an intense…

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True law of attraction story: “Holy crap. I am naturally thin”

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Was just reading over some affirmations I wrote like a year ago. Some of them were stuff that at the time I never thought would come true. One of them was this: “I am naturally thin.”

Well, go Universe, ‘cuz on November 21 of last year (my thirty-fifth birthday), I officially gave up dieting–after ten straight years of it. Oh, and since then I have lost two pounds.

For the first time in my life, I am naturally thin.

If that was all I had accomplished all year, it would have been a great one.

For more of this story, read Enlightenment: What My Eating Disorder Taught Me About God.

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True law of attraction story: “There are flowers in my hair”

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Contributor: Jeannette Maw of Good Vibe Blog. Says Mollie: If you aren’t already a subscriber, become one!

The Manifesting ExperimentWhat’s your best process for manifesting what you want?

We talked different ways to leverage law of attraction over here last month.

Have you experimented with different approaches to discover your favorite LOA routine?

Maybe it’s to …

  • Write it down. (Once or make a daily list?)
  • Speak it out loud. (One time or repeated affirmations?)
  • Think a little thought and let it go – or make it your single-minded focus?
  • Keep it to yourself – or declare it to others?
  • Use deadlines or keep it open?
  • Get specific with details or to let Universe fill those in?
  • Include manifesting aids like crystals, vision boards, mind movies, etc. or keep it simple?

There isn’t one right answer for all of us, all the time.

What works brilliantly for your friend may leave…

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