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By theomzone@gmail.com 09 Feb, 2017
By: Sara Exley

Sometimes this is true. Sometimes it’s really not.

As someone who is committed to her spiritual growth, who has read all the books on conscious parenting and brain development, and who even became a parent coach, I have a LOT of knowledge about why yelling is a corrosive, crappy parenting habit.

I’ve learned about what happens in a child’s brain and body as a result of being yelled at. I’ve learned about what happens in my body and mind when I yell. Spoiler alert: it basically floods everyone’s bodies with the stress hormone cortisol, wires our brains for disconnection and stress, literally blocks access to our internal resources which are necessary for problem solving and innovation, and most importantly, deteriorates our relationships over time.

The effects of yelling are very similar to even that of spanking. No child EVER learns important life lessons from being yelled at. In fact, yelling is actually more likely to encourage whatever behavior the parent was trying to change or manage. Not to mention it breaks trust with our children and creates a missed opportunity for learning, problem solving, and connection.

To be clear, children are only open to integrative learning and growing when they feel safe, connected, and supported.
Yelling is literally a waste of energy that results in a wasted opportunity. It sucks.

And while gaining this knowledge and a lot of great tools DID help my fuse elongate, it didn’t make the yelling stop completely. Even in the times that I did not yell, I felt icky and stifled inside. Even though I was doing my best to be present in my body, breathe deeply, feel all the feelings, and reach for the most conscious part of myself, I struggled to feel genuine in the process. It always felt like something was missing. And the yelling still happened on occasion. For my standards, “on occasion” is still way too often for me.

Yelling is a habit I wanted GONE from my relationships with my children.

Enter the incredibly gentle and transformative process of Hypnotherapy…

Hypnotherapy was, ironically, the last thing I tried and the ONE thing that actually helped me kick the habit.

Long story short about how I discovered this incredible tool…

I had been using a livestreaming app called Periscope to deliver conscious parenting meditations. After making a few connections with some amazing people, I discovered world renowned celebrity hypnotherapist, Grace Smith. She used to provide daily hypnosis livestreams for stress relief on Periscope.

After several times of watching her livestreams and eventually investing in her Grace Space membership community, I was curious to find out if Hypnotherapy could be used to help parents let go of the way they were parented, so I invested in her private sessions to find out.

What I experienced was nothing short of miraculous. Not only did I stop yelling and stop nit picking at my kids after THREE sessions, but I finally started having 24/7 access to ALL the tools, knowledge, and resources my conscious mind had been learning for the last several years.

It was like something inside me finally clicked…

Finally, my subconscious mind was in alignment with everything my conscious mind knew and believed in.

Which brings us to the questions… How does Hypnotherapy work? Why is it so powerful? And why was it the last thing I tried instead of the first thing?

To keep it brief, the reason Hypnotherapy works is because it reaches the place inside us where our habits, triggers, and deepest patterns live – in the subconscious mind. And the only way to reach the subconscious mind is to relax and soften the conscious mind. When we do this, we are bypassing all of our analytical, logical, and critical factors, and in doing so, we are able “coach” the subconscious mind into alignment with what our conscious minds want and believe.

For example, my conscious mind knew I needed to stop yelling and had all the evidence and knowledge to prove it. But because all of this learning was happening on the level of the conscious mind, it didn’t matter. My subconscious mind was still believing that when my children were not cooperating with me, it meant I was unsafe and that yelling was the only way I could self-protect and get my needs met.

Just as no child can ever learn when they are in a state of stress after being yelled at, the same is true for all of us. We cannot transform our habits and destructive behaviors when we are in a state of stress and in a hurry to make the habit go away. In order to really create sustainable change, we have to nurture the subconscious mind’s need to feel safe, and Hypnotherapy accomplishes that both gently and effectively.

The reason Hypnotherapy is so powerful is that it helps us into a state of being deeply relaxed AND highly focused. If you’re familiar with the idea that what we focus on grows, hypnotherapy is exactly how to put that into practice.

As for why it was the last thing I tried? This is exactly why I have joined the movement to make Hypnotherapy mainstream and am becoming a certified Hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy as a last resort is a story I’ve heard over and over again, and my intention is spread the word far and wide about this resource so that it eventually becomes the first thing people turn to. It’s that powerful and effective.

To learn more about how you can use Hypnotherapy to let go of the ways you were parented, visit  http://saraexley.com and book a time to chat with me.
By theomzone@gmail.com 07 Feb, 2017
By: Lisa Hayes

Food is not a problem, but it’s not a drug.
Men are not the enemy, but they are not the answer.
Addictions destroy, but drugs and alcohol have no innate power.
Time is a reality, but not in the way you might think.

Where there is a villain there is a victim and if you don’t want to be a victim you have to stop making other people responsible or wrong.

At the end of the day, the only thing you can’t walk away from is yourself.


Judgement day is every day. You can’t create enough distraction or noise to avoid feeling your feelings forever. Everyone has those quiet moments of truth intended to illuminate the reality of life and you have to answer the only question that matters.


Is this all there is?

The answer is yes. This is everything and you’ve created all of it. How do you like it?


Do you want less of anything? Do you want more of everything?
Do want to be loved? Do you love yourself?
Is life passing you by while you take care of others, check facebook, or worry about tomorrow?
Are you willing to be both your own best friend and your own savior? Not one thing or any other person can really make things better or worse. It’s on you – always.

The only thing you really need to know is this. You aren’t just enough. You are more than enough, right now. You always have been. You always will be.

So, stop waiting.


By theomzone@gmail.com 07 Feb, 2017
By: Ruby Gangadharan

Our intuition is guidance by our soul.

Our thoughts create and bring forth our realities.
Our feelings and emotions are indicators of the quality of our thoughts.

***

We all want that continuous feeling of happiness and fulfillment; and we go to great lengths to change ourselves and different areas of our lives in the hopes of achieving that result. But if we take time to understand what impacts us and how it works, living a constant state of happiness can become second nature.

The human experience can largely be separated into three aspects that are interconnected and are always
interacting with each – The Body, the Mind & the Soul. The Soul, is immortal, all knowing and limitless. Some choose to refer to it as Spirit, Higher Self or Cosmic Energy. And it very often uses intuition as a way to guide and communicate.

The Mind is where the soul interacts with the sensory world to create desires, thoughts, and ideas. It is also the place where happiness, joy, pain and suffering are perceived. Whatever is channeled using the mind can be
created and experienced.

The Body is the physical manifestation of the soul. It is a beautifully designed complex, self-sufficient machine. It is at the forefront of all the action and is a way to live out and gather feedback on the manifestations. The state of holistic wellness is where the body, mind, and soul are aligned, balanced and vibrantly alive. The secret to achieving it is quite simple; start from within, and use key practices to overcome limitations, one at a time.

Do that regularly and you’ll notice that over time you’ve gained mastery over every aspect of your consciousness. In Yoga, series of such practices are called Kriyas; a set of mindful, intentional actions practiced to achieve a specific outcome.

It is at the very core of the human experience to want to transform to our greatest potential. To want to connect, expand and evolve. And the greatest tools that help us accomplish this want, are a fit and aligned Body, Mind, and Soul.

With Wellness Kriyas 101, we will look at simplified explanations of ancient wisdom and the practical implications in everyday life. We will also talk about simple practices that can be easily implemented to get aligned and thrive in our lives.

Remember, we are all spiritual beings that are ‘BEcoming’. And we must get conscious with our actions, thoughts and words; for the outer world is a reflection how the inner state.
By theomzone@gmail.com 07 Feb, 2017

By: Jacqueline Gates

LOA Nesting is a term I came up with to describe how I use my home as a manifesting tool to create the luscious life I now enjoy.

Intrigued?

You should be.

Because your home can be your greatest ally in creating the life you dream of.

 

Before we go any further, let me say the following …

LOA Nesting is not about decorating.

It’s not about housework or cleaning or keeping-up-with-the-Jones’.

It’s not about becoming a Martha Stewart clone or give in to all those housekeeping ‘shoulds’ your mother keeps on at you about.

And it works whether you live on your own or with a young and messy brood.

This is about creating a NEST for yourself because  you deserve it and because

changing your environment  deliberately  can get you into your dream life faster than anything else.  (click to tweet this)

You are a product of your environment.

So choose the environment that will best develop you toward your objective.

Analyze your life in terms of its environment.

Are the things around you helping you toward success – or are they holding you back? ” ~ W. Clement Stone

 

So let’s explore this NEST analogy.

In my previous home, I had two cardinals who lived in the biggest tree in my back yard. Each winter when the tree was bare, I could see their little home, perched high in the branches, seemingly way too fragile to withstand the winds and frost.

 

But each spring the couple would return, all twitterpated and energetic, and they’d rebuild and remodel their nest. He’d tug strands from the frayed edges of the Tibetan prayer flags I’d strung across the garden, and carefully weave them into the bottom of the nest. All the time Mrs would be watching and encouraging him, and when the time was right, she’d settle in and lay her eggs.

By this time the tree was in full leaf and the nest was completely obscured, but I would watch Mister dart out of the foliage and then return with something in his mouth.

I would imagine that nest full of babies, being supported and nurtured until one day they took that giant leap of faith, trusted their wings and flew away into the world.

 

I see our homes as that nest.

A place of security, warmth, comfort. A place that welcomes us home from a busy day, nourishes our frazzled soul and sends us out again, replenished and restored.

 

Your home is not an inanimate structure. That’s a house.

A home is a living, breathing energetic vessel and it can either support or deplete you.

 

Here’s an example …

Imagine you come home from a particularly crappy day. You walk in your front door and trip over the kids’ schoolbags strewn across the hall. In the kitchen you’re greeted with dirty dishes in the sink, and you grimace slightly at the thought of the lawd-knows-what-that-was growing in the back of the refrigerator. You can’t easily cook dinner because there’s not much in the freezer and all the pots are dirty, so it’s back into the car for yet another take out meal that you know isn’t really good for any of you.

You settle down on the couch but you’re distracted by the dust on the mantle and the pile of magazines teetering on the side table.

Finally, you get to bed and the last thing you see is the pile of laundry on the chair and you wonder what you’re going to wear to work in the morning.

 

I know how that feels … because I used to be there.

 

Let me share my current reality.

 

When I walk in my front door, I’m greeted with the smell of roses from the warmer I leave on most of the day and the bunch on the coffee table.

Walking into my kitchen, the counters are clear, the sink is shiny and the floors swept. Whatever’s for dinner (it’s on the menu board on the fridge) is defrosted and ready to prepare. I’ll set the table with our favorite plates, cloth napkins and something pretty in the center.

I can truly relax in the evenings because everything’s done, or I can focus on leading a webinar without being distracted or diverted.

And when the day is over, I can snuggle with my hubby in a bedroom that’s as sumptuous, comfortable and peaceful as the high-end Bed&Breakfasts I adore.

I got here using the tools I’ve discovered that I now call LOA Nesting.

 

 

LOA Nesting is about honouring yourself enough to gift yourself with surroundings that support you. This is about treating yourself as well as you treat holiday company.

And the best part is .. it doesn’t have to cost much, or anything at all, in fact.

Truly, sweetie, it costs nothing to set your dinner table with a cloth, and napkins, and your best china. Maybe a centerpiece of garden flowers or fresh fruit. Or light a couple of candles.

With a setting like that, even baked beans on toast becomes fine dining.

You begin to  feel rich  … even before you are … and the Universe notices.

 

And the magical thing is, that when you bask in beautiful, thought-full surroundings, your food tastes better and somehow is better for you. Conversations start and family lingers. Table manners become natural.

You align with the energy of a healthy, happy family … and the Universe notices.

Try it. You’ll see what I mean.

 

And let’s take a look at your bedroom. What’s the last thing you see at night? How does it make you feel? Imagine cleared the top of your bedside table, put back only the things you really need, and added a little something that makes you smile when you wake up.

What would that do for your morning?

Imagine you’d purged all the half-empty bottles and already-read magazines from your bathroom and wiped down the counters. Just think of the difference in the energy in how you prepare for the day.

 

Now before you think this is all too exhausting, let’s see how we can do this incrementally. Start with one small thing. Easy, comfortable steps, sweetheart.

 

When I started, I began with my section of the bathroom counter. I wiped it down, threw out everything I never used and returned only the essentials to the drawer and cupboard. Then I prettied it up with a mirrored tray ($2 from Goodwill) and put all my gorgeous perfume bottles on it. I put up paper parasol to shade the lights and layered an old mirror I had from a broken dressing table. I made that little corner into a luxurious boudoir for next to nothing, and every morning it made me feel rich and beautiful. 


It became a habit to take a couple of seconds to wipe down the counter and mirror each evening when I’d done my teeth. When I put my makeup on in the morning, I felt like a Hollywood starlet and my whole attitude was different throughout the entire day.


Of course, housework needs to be done. Nobody wants to live in a messy, dirty place with grungy sinks, overflowing trashcans and dust bunnies the size of cats.

So here’s where LOA Nesting comes in.

When you nurture your home, your home will nurture you.

The energy you invest in it will be repaid many times over. You deserve to be surrounded by beauty and as much abundance as you can afford or tolerate.

This is about being grateful for what you have, and demonstrating that to the Universe by looking after it properly..

This is the core message of LOA Nesting

By beautifying your surroundings you amp up your appreciation for what you already have. You immerse yourself in tokens of what you want to manifest as though its already happened.

You align yourself energetically with what you want to manifest in your life and that will open the dreams-come-true flow faster and wider than anything I know.


By theomzone@gmail.com 02 Feb, 2017
By Ming Chee

Recently my clients have been coming to me to manifest BIG money. I mean BIG money. Its really a lot of fun for me as I have been playing with the big energy of money myself to even get to a higher vibration. (So for me, I’ve been playing with the word currency – because it feels delicious and delightful to do so!)

What we focus on grows. Our thoughts are powerful. The stories we tell about ourselves make a difference. Universe is listening to us. So let’s change our inner talk. Let’s be more self aware and conscious about what we are thinking and saying about ourselves.

Words carry a vibration. So if you want to become a thought billionaire, use some high energy words in your conversation to yourself such as gratitude, laughter, kindness, love, abundance, success, joy, freedom, power, enough, vision, glorious, light, overcomer, magic, empowered,
strength, peace, limitless, awareness, collectiveness, constant, divine, fulfillment, force, honor, spiritual, certainty, sovereignty, splendid.

These words were given to me from a wonderful goddess Morrigan that I work with. Are they not the most amazing words!

Enjoy the high vibration of them. I like to use them as affirmations myself. Such as I AM Glorious. 🙂


By theomzone@gmail.com 30 Dec, 2016

By: Lisa Hayes

When you work with a law of attraction coach it’s pretty likely they are going to ask you what your alignment practices are. It’s shocking to me how often I hear any number of variations on the response, “I’m not really doing any alignment work about this issue, or in my life period.”

I know for a fact my life flows more smoothly when I am taking care of my stuff like a grown up woman. That means things like paying the bills, rocking my self care, and doing my alignment practices daily. For me, (and for you, in case you’re wondering) when I get loose around the edges with any of those kinds of things, I start to feel the wheels come off the proverbial bus pretty quickly. If I don’t pay my bills my power gets shut off. If I don’t do my self care, I get sick or ridiculously bitchy. When I don’t do my alignment work things start misfiring all over the place.

When things start getting bumpy rather than feeling like a victim of circumstances, “beyond my control” I know I simply need to get my act together and get back to the basics and the basics are:

take care of the business that needs taking care of, make my self care a priority, and do my alignment work.

None of those things are more important than any of the others. We’ve all got real world stuff that needs doing. Self care keeps me upright and balanced in my body and soul to do that business. It also fuels the energy I bring to my alignment work, which in turn makes magic and makes doing my daily business more magical. It’s a circle with no end or beginning.

However, when we’re under pressure it can be really easy to let alignment slip in favor of paying the electric bill because one seems more pressing than the other, but that’s never really true.

So, when I talk to a client who says they aren’t working their alignment practice, as frustrating as that is, because we all know better, I get it. My current alignment practice is pretty simple. Act as if, some scripting outloud, usually while I’m getting dressed, and a few minutes of written scripting. However, as simple as that is, sometimes it doesn’t happen. Some days I just don’t nail it in the pre-tending department. Sometimes I have excuses – and chances are you’ve made some too.

Here are the top five excuses I’ve heard, (and offered) for not doing an alignment practice.

There’s not enough time. Right. Let me ask you a question. How much time do you spend on Facebook or watching TV everyday? If you answered that question with anything more than 10 minutes, you’ve got plenty of time. You just aren’t using it to create a life.

I get distracted . Ok. I get distracted while I’m making dinner by about 30 different things every night, but dinner gets made anyway. We work through distractions when we need to get shit done. That’s exactly how all shit actually gets handled, we do it despite the distractions. So, what if you get distracted? Get on it anyway.

I get bored. If you can’t focus on a vision of something you really want to experience for more than a few minutes, it’s not a very exciting vision. Monkey mind is a real thing. However, if you really can’t get that monkey mind in check for more than a few seconds or minutes chances are that thing you’re trying to manifest is boring. Go bigger. Get crazy.

Dedicate yourself to something so inspiring that you can’t help but obsess about it. Anything less is going to be heavy lifting.

I don’t know how to do it right. Here’s the thing. If you’re telling yourself that story, it’s probably true. The only rule of thumb for “right” or “wrong” is simple. Are you having fun with it? If you’re not, you are correct, you’re probably not doing it right. You were born with the innate ability to navigate this thing called life. The technology is built it. You are already a brilliant creator. Start telling yourself that story because it’s true, and then go have some fun with your future creation.

Nothing is working . The first and most important part of any manifestation or alignment practice is that it improves the way you feel. If that’s happening, even a little, for a moment, IT IS WORKING. Time and space are complicated things that are above our pay grade most of the time. If you’re alignment practice feels good and you feel better, quit worrying about the time frame or the details. Your stuff is on the way. If your alignment practice is simply a thing that reminds you, you don’t have your stuff yet – stop it, immediately and do something else or nothing at all.

Here’s the thing – it’s called co-creation for a reason and if we’re not doing our part it’s happening by default. Nine times out of ten default creation is less than awesome. It might be tolerable, or manageable, but it’s not going to be incredible.
It’s a lot like a ship out to sea. If you aren’t at the helm, or at least actively charting a course and setting your instruments to get there, you’ll end up adrift and there’s no way around that.

You’ve got to get your head and your energy in the game. Your life is your creation. You can give it as much time as you would a sitcom everyday, and if you choose not to, pack for a long journey, because you’ll be at sea for awhile.

By _dm_templates 20 Aug, 2015

By: Jacqueline Gates

For the first time in my adventures as a non-home-owning, globe-trotting work-wherever goddess, I have a landlord coming to do an INSPECTION of my nest!! Apparently a regular occurrence when you rent your home, but very new to me.

I’m betwixt-and-between about this.

The note attached to my door informs me that –

“apartments should be free of unnecessary clutter, recycling and trash. Refrigerators and stoves should be clean and in sanitary condition.

Bathroom toilets, tubs, tile walls, sinks and all apartment flooring should be clean and sanitary as well.”

Apparently the inspection will be carried out by the maintenance manager (which it to be expected)  and  the building owner (which surprised me a little).

What struck me about most about the instructions in the letter is that they feel they need to  specify  what appear to me to be  standard levels of hygiene + maintenance.

In order to have my nest ready for an audience of any kind, usually I would need to do nothing more than a quick zoot round the communal areas, putting shoes/magazines + breakfast dishes away.

Are there really people in my building, exhausting themselves trying to clean up a year’s worth of letting-things-slide, in time for an inspection of which they were notified  24 hours in advance?

I find that so very sad-making.

I can’t bear the thought of the stress of having deep-clean under the gun, so to speak.

Not to mention the almost inevitable self-recriminations that flow (been there, done that) when obligated to confront a pile of procrastinations in the form of an overflowing sink + a towering Mt Washmore of laundry.

Darlingheart, if this is you, know this. It really truly doesn’t have to be this way.

To be honest, I don’t actually care about the state of your house.
I’m not going to drop by to inspect your environment. (If I did drop by, it’d be to see you, not your house.)

What I care about is what we’re all losing out on because your house gets in the way of ThatThingYouDo.

  • I ache for the art that’s not been made, the books not written, the songs not sung,
    simply because the surrounding-stuff has sucked all the creative juice out of sensitive souls.
  • I grieve for the fun not had + the naps not savoured
    because of the disapproving presence of things-undone.
  • I’m dismayed that people take more guilt-trips about their homes
    than adventure-filled road-trips to-and-from them.

 

I’m on a mission to create a world where homes are loved + lovely + deeply supportive of the dreams of whoever lives there. In my world, landlords have no need to inspect.

Know this, glorious one …

Your home is an energetic vessel into which you can either anchor your frustration + scarcity, or your abundance + dreams. As you do your work in the world, your home will be an ally or saboteur. Which one, is entirely up to you.

Whatever you imprint upon your environment is a reflection of you and will be reflected back to you.

“As within, so without”, as the saying goes. I believe it works the other way round too.

When you begin deliberately crafting your environment to reflect who you’re Becoming,
rather than who you were or even who you are now,
you begin to surround yourself with  evidence  of the future you want for yourself.

And in my experience, the Universe delivers.
It must.

Because that’s how it works.

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By theomzone@gmail.com 09 Feb, 2017
By: Sara Exley

Sometimes this is true. Sometimes it’s really not.

As someone who is committed to her spiritual growth, who has read all the books on conscious parenting and brain development, and who even became a parent coach, I have a LOT of knowledge about why yelling is a corrosive, crappy parenting habit.

I’ve learned about what happens in a child’s brain and body as a result of being yelled at. I’ve learned about what happens in my body and mind when I yell. Spoiler alert: it basically floods everyone’s bodies with the stress hormone cortisol, wires our brains for disconnection and stress, literally blocks access to our internal resources which are necessary for problem solving and innovation, and most importantly, deteriorates our relationships over time.

The effects of yelling are very similar to even that of spanking. No child EVER learns important life lessons from being yelled at. In fact, yelling is actually more likely to encourage whatever behavior the parent was trying to change or manage. Not to mention it breaks trust with our children and creates a missed opportunity for learning, problem solving, and connection.

To be clear, children are only open to integrative learning and growing when they feel safe, connected, and supported.
Yelling is literally a waste of energy that results in a wasted opportunity. It sucks.

And while gaining this knowledge and a lot of great tools DID help my fuse elongate, it didn’t make the yelling stop completely. Even in the times that I did not yell, I felt icky and stifled inside. Even though I was doing my best to be present in my body, breathe deeply, feel all the feelings, and reach for the most conscious part of myself, I struggled to feel genuine in the process. It always felt like something was missing. And the yelling still happened on occasion. For my standards, “on occasion” is still way too often for me.

Yelling is a habit I wanted GONE from my relationships with my children.

Enter the incredibly gentle and transformative process of Hypnotherapy…

Hypnotherapy was, ironically, the last thing I tried and the ONE thing that actually helped me kick the habit.

Long story short about how I discovered this incredible tool…

I had been using a livestreaming app called Periscope to deliver conscious parenting meditations. After making a few connections with some amazing people, I discovered world renowned celebrity hypnotherapist, Grace Smith. She used to provide daily hypnosis livestreams for stress relief on Periscope.

After several times of watching her livestreams and eventually investing in her Grace Space membership community, I was curious to find out if Hypnotherapy could be used to help parents let go of the way they were parented, so I invested in her private sessions to find out.

What I experienced was nothing short of miraculous. Not only did I stop yelling and stop nit picking at my kids after THREE sessions, but I finally started having 24/7 access to ALL the tools, knowledge, and resources my conscious mind had been learning for the last several years.

It was like something inside me finally clicked…

Finally, my subconscious mind was in alignment with everything my conscious mind knew and believed in.

Which brings us to the questions… How does Hypnotherapy work? Why is it so powerful? And why was it the last thing I tried instead of the first thing?

To keep it brief, the reason Hypnotherapy works is because it reaches the place inside us where our habits, triggers, and deepest patterns live – in the subconscious mind. And the only way to reach the subconscious mind is to relax and soften the conscious mind. When we do this, we are bypassing all of our analytical, logical, and critical factors, and in doing so, we are able “coach” the subconscious mind into alignment with what our conscious minds want and believe.

For example, my conscious mind knew I needed to stop yelling and had all the evidence and knowledge to prove it. But because all of this learning was happening on the level of the conscious mind, it didn’t matter. My subconscious mind was still believing that when my children were not cooperating with me, it meant I was unsafe and that yelling was the only way I could self-protect and get my needs met.

Just as no child can ever learn when they are in a state of stress after being yelled at, the same is true for all of us. We cannot transform our habits and destructive behaviors when we are in a state of stress and in a hurry to make the habit go away. In order to really create sustainable change, we have to nurture the subconscious mind’s need to feel safe, and Hypnotherapy accomplishes that both gently and effectively.

The reason Hypnotherapy is so powerful is that it helps us into a state of being deeply relaxed AND highly focused. If you’re familiar with the idea that what we focus on grows, hypnotherapy is exactly how to put that into practice.

As for why it was the last thing I tried? This is exactly why I have joined the movement to make Hypnotherapy mainstream and am becoming a certified Hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy as a last resort is a story I’ve heard over and over again, and my intention is spread the word far and wide about this resource so that it eventually becomes the first thing people turn to. It’s that powerful and effective.

To learn more about how you can use Hypnotherapy to let go of the ways you were parented, visit  http://saraexley.com and book a time to chat with me.
By theomzone@gmail.com 07 Feb, 2017
By: Lisa Hayes

Food is not a problem, but it’s not a drug.
Men are not the enemy, but they are not the answer.
Addictions destroy, but drugs and alcohol have no innate power.
Time is a reality, but not in the way you might think.

Where there is a villain there is a victim and if you don’t want to be a victim you have to stop making other people responsible or wrong.

At the end of the day, the only thing you can’t walk away from is yourself.


Judgement day is every day. You can’t create enough distraction or noise to avoid feeling your feelings forever. Everyone has those quiet moments of truth intended to illuminate the reality of life and you have to answer the only question that matters.


Is this all there is?

The answer is yes. This is everything and you’ve created all of it. How do you like it?


Do you want less of anything? Do you want more of everything?
Do want to be loved? Do you love yourself?
Is life passing you by while you take care of others, check facebook, or worry about tomorrow?
Are you willing to be both your own best friend and your own savior? Not one thing or any other person can really make things better or worse. It’s on you – always.

The only thing you really need to know is this. You aren’t just enough. You are more than enough, right now. You always have been. You always will be.

So, stop waiting.


By theomzone@gmail.com 07 Feb, 2017
By: Ruby Gangadharan

Our intuition is guidance by our soul.

Our thoughts create and bring forth our realities.
Our feelings and emotions are indicators of the quality of our thoughts.

***

We all want that continuous feeling of happiness and fulfillment; and we go to great lengths to change ourselves and different areas of our lives in the hopes of achieving that result. But if we take time to understand what impacts us and how it works, living a constant state of happiness can become second nature.

The human experience can largely be separated into three aspects that are interconnected and are always
interacting with each – The Body, the Mind & the Soul. The Soul, is immortal, all knowing and limitless. Some choose to refer to it as Spirit, Higher Self or Cosmic Energy. And it very often uses intuition as a way to guide and communicate.

The Mind is where the soul interacts with the sensory world to create desires, thoughts, and ideas. It is also the place where happiness, joy, pain and suffering are perceived. Whatever is channeled using the mind can be
created and experienced.

The Body is the physical manifestation of the soul. It is a beautifully designed complex, self-sufficient machine. It is at the forefront of all the action and is a way to live out and gather feedback on the manifestations. The state of holistic wellness is where the body, mind, and soul are aligned, balanced and vibrantly alive. The secret to achieving it is quite simple; start from within, and use key practices to overcome limitations, one at a time.

Do that regularly and you’ll notice that over time you’ve gained mastery over every aspect of your consciousness. In Yoga, series of such practices are called Kriyas; a set of mindful, intentional actions practiced to achieve a specific outcome.

It is at the very core of the human experience to want to transform to our greatest potential. To want to connect, expand and evolve. And the greatest tools that help us accomplish this want, are a fit and aligned Body, Mind, and Soul.

With Wellness Kriyas 101, we will look at simplified explanations of ancient wisdom and the practical implications in everyday life. We will also talk about simple practices that can be easily implemented to get aligned and thrive in our lives.

Remember, we are all spiritual beings that are ‘BEcoming’. And we must get conscious with our actions, thoughts and words; for the outer world is a reflection how the inner state.
By theomzone@gmail.com 07 Feb, 2017

By: Jacqueline Gates

LOA Nesting is a term I came up with to describe how I use my home as a manifesting tool to create the luscious life I now enjoy.

Intrigued?

You should be.

Because your home can be your greatest ally in creating the life you dream of.

 

Before we go any further, let me say the following …

LOA Nesting is not about decorating.

It’s not about housework or cleaning or keeping-up-with-the-Jones’.

It’s not about becoming a Martha Stewart clone or give in to all those housekeeping ‘shoulds’ your mother keeps on at you about.

And it works whether you live on your own or with a young and messy brood.

This is about creating a NEST for yourself because  you deserve it and because

changing your environment  deliberately  can get you into your dream life faster than anything else.  (click to tweet this)

You are a product of your environment.

So choose the environment that will best develop you toward your objective.

Analyze your life in terms of its environment.

Are the things around you helping you toward success – or are they holding you back? ” ~ W. Clement Stone

 

So let’s explore this NEST analogy.

In my previous home, I had two cardinals who lived in the biggest tree in my back yard. Each winter when the tree was bare, I could see their little home, perched high in the branches, seemingly way too fragile to withstand the winds and frost.

 

But each spring the couple would return, all twitterpated and energetic, and they’d rebuild and remodel their nest. He’d tug strands from the frayed edges of the Tibetan prayer flags I’d strung across the garden, and carefully weave them into the bottom of the nest. All the time Mrs would be watching and encouraging him, and when the time was right, she’d settle in and lay her eggs.

By this time the tree was in full leaf and the nest was completely obscured, but I would watch Mister dart out of the foliage and then return with something in his mouth.

I would imagine that nest full of babies, being supported and nurtured until one day they took that giant leap of faith, trusted their wings and flew away into the world.

 

I see our homes as that nest.

A place of security, warmth, comfort. A place that welcomes us home from a busy day, nourishes our frazzled soul and sends us out again, replenished and restored.

 

Your home is not an inanimate structure. That’s a house.

A home is a living, breathing energetic vessel and it can either support or deplete you.

 

Here’s an example …

Imagine you come home from a particularly crappy day. You walk in your front door and trip over the kids’ schoolbags strewn across the hall. In the kitchen you’re greeted with dirty dishes in the sink, and you grimace slightly at the thought of the lawd-knows-what-that-was growing in the back of the refrigerator. You can’t easily cook dinner because there’s not much in the freezer and all the pots are dirty, so it’s back into the car for yet another take out meal that you know isn’t really good for any of you.

You settle down on the couch but you’re distracted by the dust on the mantle and the pile of magazines teetering on the side table.

Finally, you get to bed and the last thing you see is the pile of laundry on the chair and you wonder what you’re going to wear to work in the morning.

 

I know how that feels … because I used to be there.

 

Let me share my current reality.

 

When I walk in my front door, I’m greeted with the smell of roses from the warmer I leave on most of the day and the bunch on the coffee table.

Walking into my kitchen, the counters are clear, the sink is shiny and the floors swept. Whatever’s for dinner (it’s on the menu board on the fridge) is defrosted and ready to prepare. I’ll set the table with our favorite plates, cloth napkins and something pretty in the center.

I can truly relax in the evenings because everything’s done, or I can focus on leading a webinar without being distracted or diverted.

And when the day is over, I can snuggle with my hubby in a bedroom that’s as sumptuous, comfortable and peaceful as the high-end Bed&Breakfasts I adore.

I got here using the tools I’ve discovered that I now call LOA Nesting.

 

 

LOA Nesting is about honouring yourself enough to gift yourself with surroundings that support you. This is about treating yourself as well as you treat holiday company.

And the best part is .. it doesn’t have to cost much, or anything at all, in fact.

Truly, sweetie, it costs nothing to set your dinner table with a cloth, and napkins, and your best china. Maybe a centerpiece of garden flowers or fresh fruit. Or light a couple of candles.

With a setting like that, even baked beans on toast becomes fine dining.

You begin to  feel rich  … even before you are … and the Universe notices.

 

And the magical thing is, that when you bask in beautiful, thought-full surroundings, your food tastes better and somehow is better for you. Conversations start and family lingers. Table manners become natural.

You align with the energy of a healthy, happy family … and the Universe notices.

Try it. You’ll see what I mean.

 

And let’s take a look at your bedroom. What’s the last thing you see at night? How does it make you feel? Imagine cleared the top of your bedside table, put back only the things you really need, and added a little something that makes you smile when you wake up.

What would that do for your morning?

Imagine you’d purged all the half-empty bottles and already-read magazines from your bathroom and wiped down the counters. Just think of the difference in the energy in how you prepare for the day.

 

Now before you think this is all too exhausting, let’s see how we can do this incrementally. Start with one small thing. Easy, comfortable steps, sweetheart.

 

When I started, I began with my section of the bathroom counter. I wiped it down, threw out everything I never used and returned only the essentials to the drawer and cupboard. Then I prettied it up with a mirrored tray ($2 from Goodwill) and put all my gorgeous perfume bottles on it. I put up paper parasol to shade the lights and layered an old mirror I had from a broken dressing table. I made that little corner into a luxurious boudoir for next to nothing, and every morning it made me feel rich and beautiful. 


It became a habit to take a couple of seconds to wipe down the counter and mirror each evening when I’d done my teeth. When I put my makeup on in the morning, I felt like a Hollywood starlet and my whole attitude was different throughout the entire day.


Of course, housework needs to be done. Nobody wants to live in a messy, dirty place with grungy sinks, overflowing trashcans and dust bunnies the size of cats.

So here’s where LOA Nesting comes in.

When you nurture your home, your home will nurture you.

The energy you invest in it will be repaid many times over. You deserve to be surrounded by beauty and as much abundance as you can afford or tolerate.

This is about being grateful for what you have, and demonstrating that to the Universe by looking after it properly..

This is the core message of LOA Nesting

By beautifying your surroundings you amp up your appreciation for what you already have. You immerse yourself in tokens of what you want to manifest as though its already happened.

You align yourself energetically with what you want to manifest in your life and that will open the dreams-come-true flow faster and wider than anything I know.


By theomzone@gmail.com 02 Feb, 2017
By Ming Chee

Recently my clients have been coming to me to manifest BIG money. I mean BIG money. Its really a lot of fun for me as I have been playing with the big energy of money myself to even get to a higher vibration. (So for me, I’ve been playing with the word currency – because it feels delicious and delightful to do so!)

What we focus on grows. Our thoughts are powerful. The stories we tell about ourselves make a difference. Universe is listening to us. So let’s change our inner talk. Let’s be more self aware and conscious about what we are thinking and saying about ourselves.

Words carry a vibration. So if you want to become a thought billionaire, use some high energy words in your conversation to yourself such as gratitude, laughter, kindness, love, abundance, success, joy, freedom, power, enough, vision, glorious, light, overcomer, magic, empowered,
strength, peace, limitless, awareness, collectiveness, constant, divine, fulfillment, force, honor, spiritual, certainty, sovereignty, splendid.

These words were given to me from a wonderful goddess Morrigan that I work with. Are they not the most amazing words!

Enjoy the high vibration of them. I like to use them as affirmations myself. Such as I AM Glorious. 🙂


By theomzone@gmail.com 30 Dec, 2016

By: Lisa Hayes

When you work with a law of attraction coach it’s pretty likely they are going to ask you what your alignment practices are. It’s shocking to me how often I hear any number of variations on the response, “I’m not really doing any alignment work about this issue, or in my life period.”

I know for a fact my life flows more smoothly when I am taking care of my stuff like a grown up woman. That means things like paying the bills, rocking my self care, and doing my alignment practices daily. For me, (and for you, in case you’re wondering) when I get loose around the edges with any of those kinds of things, I start to feel the wheels come off the proverbial bus pretty quickly. If I don’t pay my bills my power gets shut off. If I don’t do my self care, I get sick or ridiculously bitchy. When I don’t do my alignment work things start misfiring all over the place.

When things start getting bumpy rather than feeling like a victim of circumstances, “beyond my control” I know I simply need to get my act together and get back to the basics and the basics are:

take care of the business that needs taking care of, make my self care a priority, and do my alignment work.

None of those things are more important than any of the others. We’ve all got real world stuff that needs doing. Self care keeps me upright and balanced in my body and soul to do that business. It also fuels the energy I bring to my alignment work, which in turn makes magic and makes doing my daily business more magical. It’s a circle with no end or beginning.

However, when we’re under pressure it can be really easy to let alignment slip in favor of paying the electric bill because one seems more pressing than the other, but that’s never really true.

So, when I talk to a client who says they aren’t working their alignment practice, as frustrating as that is, because we all know better, I get it. My current alignment practice is pretty simple. Act as if, some scripting outloud, usually while I’m getting dressed, and a few minutes of written scripting. However, as simple as that is, sometimes it doesn’t happen. Some days I just don’t nail it in the pre-tending department. Sometimes I have excuses – and chances are you’ve made some too.

Here are the top five excuses I’ve heard, (and offered) for not doing an alignment practice.

There’s not enough time. Right. Let me ask you a question. How much time do you spend on Facebook or watching TV everyday? If you answered that question with anything more than 10 minutes, you’ve got plenty of time. You just aren’t using it to create a life.

I get distracted . Ok. I get distracted while I’m making dinner by about 30 different things every night, but dinner gets made anyway. We work through distractions when we need to get shit done. That’s exactly how all shit actually gets handled, we do it despite the distractions. So, what if you get distracted? Get on it anyway.

I get bored. If you can’t focus on a vision of something you really want to experience for more than a few minutes, it’s not a very exciting vision. Monkey mind is a real thing. However, if you really can’t get that monkey mind in check for more than a few seconds or minutes chances are that thing you’re trying to manifest is boring. Go bigger. Get crazy.

Dedicate yourself to something so inspiring that you can’t help but obsess about it. Anything less is going to be heavy lifting.

I don’t know how to do it right. Here’s the thing. If you’re telling yourself that story, it’s probably true. The only rule of thumb for “right” or “wrong” is simple. Are you having fun with it? If you’re not, you are correct, you’re probably not doing it right. You were born with the innate ability to navigate this thing called life. The technology is built it. You are already a brilliant creator. Start telling yourself that story because it’s true, and then go have some fun with your future creation.

Nothing is working . The first and most important part of any manifestation or alignment practice is that it improves the way you feel. If that’s happening, even a little, for a moment, IT IS WORKING. Time and space are complicated things that are above our pay grade most of the time. If you’re alignment practice feels good and you feel better, quit worrying about the time frame or the details. Your stuff is on the way. If your alignment practice is simply a thing that reminds you, you don’t have your stuff yet – stop it, immediately and do something else or nothing at all.

Here’s the thing – it’s called co-creation for a reason and if we’re not doing our part it’s happening by default. Nine times out of ten default creation is less than awesome. It might be tolerable, or manageable, but it’s not going to be incredible.
It’s a lot like a ship out to sea. If you aren’t at the helm, or at least actively charting a course and setting your instruments to get there, you’ll end up adrift and there’s no way around that.

You’ve got to get your head and your energy in the game. Your life is your creation. You can give it as much time as you would a sitcom everyday, and if you choose not to, pack for a long journey, because you’ll be at sea for awhile.

By _dm_templates 20 Aug, 2015

By: Jacqueline Gates

For the first time in my adventures as a non-home-owning, globe-trotting work-wherever goddess, I have a landlord coming to do an INSPECTION of my nest!! Apparently a regular occurrence when you rent your home, but very new to me.

I’m betwixt-and-between about this.

The note attached to my door informs me that –

“apartments should be free of unnecessary clutter, recycling and trash. Refrigerators and stoves should be clean and in sanitary condition.

Bathroom toilets, tubs, tile walls, sinks and all apartment flooring should be clean and sanitary as well.”

Apparently the inspection will be carried out by the maintenance manager (which it to be expected)  and  the building owner (which surprised me a little).

What struck me about most about the instructions in the letter is that they feel they need to  specify  what appear to me to be  standard levels of hygiene + maintenance.

In order to have my nest ready for an audience of any kind, usually I would need to do nothing more than a quick zoot round the communal areas, putting shoes/magazines + breakfast dishes away.

Are there really people in my building, exhausting themselves trying to clean up a year’s worth of letting-things-slide, in time for an inspection of which they were notified  24 hours in advance?

I find that so very sad-making.

I can’t bear the thought of the stress of having deep-clean under the gun, so to speak.

Not to mention the almost inevitable self-recriminations that flow (been there, done that) when obligated to confront a pile of procrastinations in the form of an overflowing sink + a towering Mt Washmore of laundry.

Darlingheart, if this is you, know this. It really truly doesn’t have to be this way.

To be honest, I don’t actually care about the state of your house.
I’m not going to drop by to inspect your environment. (If I did drop by, it’d be to see you, not your house.)

What I care about is what we’re all losing out on because your house gets in the way of ThatThingYouDo.

  • I ache for the art that’s not been made, the books not written, the songs not sung,
    simply because the surrounding-stuff has sucked all the creative juice out of sensitive souls.
  • I grieve for the fun not had + the naps not savoured
    because of the disapproving presence of things-undone.
  • I’m dismayed that people take more guilt-trips about their homes
    than adventure-filled road-trips to-and-from them.

 

I’m on a mission to create a world where homes are loved + lovely + deeply supportive of the dreams of whoever lives there. In my world, landlords have no need to inspect.

Know this, glorious one …

Your home is an energetic vessel into which you can either anchor your frustration + scarcity, or your abundance + dreams. As you do your work in the world, your home will be an ally or saboteur. Which one, is entirely up to you.

Whatever you imprint upon your environment is a reflection of you and will be reflected back to you.

“As within, so without”, as the saying goes. I believe it works the other way round too.

When you begin deliberately crafting your environment to reflect who you’re Becoming,
rather than who you were or even who you are now,
you begin to surround yourself with  evidence  of the future you want for yourself.

And in my experience, the Universe delivers.
It must.

Because that’s how it works.

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