Why upgrading your beliefs and expectations will create an exciting new story in 2015

“If we do not change what we believe, we will create in 2015 the same thing we’ve created in 2014….2013, 2012….”—David Moser

Whatever your dream is for 2015, there’s only one way to reach it.

You’ve got to change your beliefs and expectations. About what’s possible. About the way the world works.

Whether you want more money, a loving relationship, or a new and exciting career, you’ve got to upgrade your views. You’ve got to create a new vision and begin to believe more in the new vision than in “what is.”

Focusing on “what is” only slows the process down.

Anything is possible. But you’ve got to elevate your beliefs and expectations. And to remember these 11 words: The universe has your back and everything’s going to be okay.

Don’t forget to show us your selfie (and your new vision) in the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

What’s in your selfie? Or why you should always hold a luminous vision for your life

“Stay free inside the game. Find the glory inside yourself so you can dance with a little more abandon, with a little more shaking of those hips.”—Billy Fingers

So here’s the thing that nobody explains very well. Life, this seemingly mysterious force, conforms around our beliefs and expectations.

Our thoughts, judgments and opinions literally sculpt the material reality we call our life.

The ONLY reason we see the same ole’ thing as yesterday is because we get up every morning and renew our relationship with the same old beliefs and expectations. But it’s only one story in a palette of infinite possibilities.

We can rewrite the story, choose a different color from the palette at any time…which is why having a dazzling vision for yourself can propel you into a new 2015.

Selfies, albeit a transitory fad, can be a tool for envisioning a new you.

So even if you don’t win one of the prizes in the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge**, you’ll propel yourself into a whole new story, one guaranteed to have a happy ending.

Hope you will encourage all your friends (forward, reblog, post on Facebook or Twitter) to join you in this exciting new world we’re creating.

Keep the selfies coming.

Here’s a fun one from Chris Spicer: 10885434_10203520388546571_1430725660603654987_n

Chris’ selfie vision? “I am the guardian of a major fortune, we’re talking 100s of millions of dollars, where I invest the funds and then release the earnings to worthy non-profits all over the world. That’s not all, I’m on a permanent road-trip, where I personally interview non-profit teams to learn where the challenges and inefficiencies lie, so I can connect them with whomever or whatever will fill the gap, thus empowering non-profits to achieve an even bigger impact.”

Let’s hear it for Chris! Let’s hear it for all our visions, now coming into fruition just like our selfies.

** Prizes (25 in total) will be rewarded to the most creative selfies, to the selfies that first duplicate themselves in reality and to the selfie with the biggest and highest vision for world change.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

What’s your biggest, baddest, boldest vision for 2015? #E3 Selfie Challenge

“What you believe to be possible will always come to pass – to the extent that you deem it possible. It really is as simple as that.” ― Anthon St. Maarten10865791_10204553979061768_1480909559492752099_o

So excited by all the E3 Selfies being posted to my Facebook page. I’m seeing everything from exciting new relationships to bestselling books to a green smoothie delivery business.

Here’s why this fun process is so powerful. When you focus on what you desire and only on what you desire, the universe figures out a way to make it come true. When you create a vision (like an E3 Selfie), you’ve started the ball rolling for its easy manifestation.

Our job as quantum effects animators has one simple step: Focus on what we want.

Notice our job DOES NOT include plans for HOW we’re going to get it, WHEN it’s going to come, or WHERE we’ll find it.

How, when and where are completely irrelevant.

Instead envision “the WHAT”—the end result. By starting at the end (the fruition of your dreams) and letting go, the universe can work its blessed magic. It really is that simple.

For those who missed it, here’s the post again about the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge.

“The rich substance of the universe is yours to do with as you wish.”—Catherine Ponder


Fans of E-Squared and E-Cubed know they draw into their lives whatever they focus upon. They know that by simply setting an intention and visualizing themselves doing, being or having something, that reality (one of many in the quantum playground) becomes animated in their life. That’s where the now-ubiquitous selfie comes in.

Simply snap a selfie of yourself (and a “bookie” of E-Cubed***) with whatever you want to manifest. Maybe it’s standing in front of your dream house or test driving a new Lamborghini. The bigger and more exciting your dream (Keep in mind Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t say “I have a goal.”), the better your chances of winning cool prizes.

Did someone say prizes? By tagging your E3 selfies to Pam Grout’s fan page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pam-Grout/108764901734), you’ll be entered to win all sorts of free prizes from tickets to Hay House’s 2015 I Can Do It! conferences to an all-expenses paid travel gig with Pam Grout.

There’s more. Wait for it!!! Perhaps the best prize are the 20 DonorsChoose gift cards that will be given out to support your favorite charity. It’s one thing to manifest a pair of diamond earrings, something several readers of E-Squared reported, but whilst tuning in to this happy, abundant frequency, it’s also possible to make the world a better place. The E3 Selfie Challenge will do just that.

Prizes (25 in total) will be rewarded to the most creative selfies, to the selfies that first duplicate themselves in reality and to the selfie with the biggest and highest vision for world change.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

E-Cubed Selfie Challenge launches today. Forget New Year’s resolutions! Make a New Year’s vision instead.

“The rich substance of the universe is yours to do with as you wish.”—Catherine Ponder
E3 Bookie!!
Yep, sports fans, it’s time for the official launch of the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge.

Fans of E-Squared and E-Cubed know they draw into their lives whatever they focus upon. They know that by simply setting an intention and visualizing themselves doing, being or having something, that reality (one of many in the quantum playground) becomes animated in their life. That’s where the now-ubiquitous selfie comes in.

Simply snap a selfie of yourself (and a “bookie” of E-Cubed***) with whatever you want to manifest. Maybe it’s standing in front of your dream house or test driving a new Lamborghini. The bigger and more exciting your dream (Keep in mind Martin Luther King Jr. didn’t say “I have a goal.”), the better your chances of winning cool prizes.

Did someone say prizes? By tagging your E3 selfies to Pam Grout’s fan page (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pam-Grout/108764901734), you’ll be entered to win all sorts of free prizes from tickets to Hay House’s 2015 I Can Do It! conferences to an Alaskan cruise with me and other Silver Lining authors.

There’s more. Wait for it!!! Perhaps the best prize are the 20 DonorsChoose gift cards that will be given out to support your favorite charity. It’s one thing to manifest a pair of diamond earrings, something several readers of E-Squared reported, but whilst tuning in to this happy, abundant frequency, it’s also possible to make the world a better place. The E3 Selfie Challenge will do just that.

Prizes (25 in total) will be rewarded to the most creative selfies, to the selfies that first duplicate themselves in reality and to the selfie with the biggest and highest vision for world change.

My friend, author and conscious comedian Stevie Anne Petitt, for example, wants an international presence that is well-received by the masses. She wants her book, “Egos are Like Farts” to make the big-time (Ellen, are you listening?) and she wants the world to lighten up. That’s her selfie at the top of this post.

My friend Rhonda (isn’t she gorgeous?) wants to meet Louise Hay.

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Here are the top five reasons to enter the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge:

1. You’ll master a fast and easy way to make your dreams come true.

2. You+your dreams=Fun, fun, fun.

3. You might win a pair of tickets to one of four Hay House I Can Do It! conferences.

4. You might win a cruise to Alaska with yours truly. Proceeds from this cruise go to help Perspectives, an award-winning human services agency in St. Louis Park, Minnesota.

5. You might win one of 20 DonorChoose gift cards.

5. You’re guaranteed to win something. While there are only 25 official prizes, everybody wins in the long run. When you create a new vision for yourself, the universe takes notice and begins to line up the necessary conditions for that vision to take form. Remember we animate into our lives whatever we place our attention upon.

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And to close, here’s my selfie: My vision is to see my TV series, Off the Grid (In case, you can’t tell, that’s me at a self-sustaining ecovillage) produced. Heck, I also envision it winning a Golden Globe.

Another one of my intentions is to watch this CONTEST GO VIRAL. Help me out by forwarding this link to all your friends.

***A bookie is a “selfie” of E-Cubed.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

22 reasons to be of good cheer

“What worn-out shticks are blinding you to the blessings that life is conspiring to give you?”–Rob Brezsny

Twice now, People magazine has sent me out to interview a Kansas City Secret Santa who passes out $100 bills. It was a hoot and a half to join him, to see the expression on people’s faces when he’d peal a couple hundys off his stack and hand them over.

So in the interest of continuing my long-standing journalism career, here are 21 additional reasons to be of good cheer this holiday season:

1. A mystery woman walked into a Toys R Us in Bellingham, Massachussetts and paid off the entire store’s layaway balance, allowing strapped parents to pick up Christmas gifts for their kids.

2. Gas prices have dropped below $2 just in time for holiday visits to family.

3. The gorgeous beaches of Cuba are about to reopen to vacationing Americans.

4. Oakland Raider’s tackle Menelik Watson just donated a week of his salary ($37,000) to Ava Urrea, a four-year-old girl who has had 14 heart surgeries.

5. Natalie DuBose, whose Ferguson, Missouri bakery was vandalized during the protests, received more than $250,000 in donations from total strangers.

6. The curve is bending on new cases of HIV. More people are being treated than becoming infected.

7. Enough said. This note was left on a car in Edmonton, Canada.

8. Gay marriage is now legal in 35 of 50 U.S. states.

9. An Ohio high school student took his 89-year-old great grandmother to prom because she’d never been.

10. A cop in Montreal has been stopping drivers and, instead of passing out tickets, is passing out $100 bills.

11. Global life expectancy has risen by six years since 1990.

12. Nearly 200 countries signed a bill to reduce the use of foreign fossil fuels.

13. A Dallas woman has donated more than 15,0000 house cleanings for people going through chemo.

14. A 12-year-old from San Jose, California, built a Braille printer (it’s called a BRAIGO) out of LEGO Mindstorms (it’s the souped up version) that lowers the going $2000 price to an affordable $350. He even offers open source plans online for free.

15. A police captain in Omaha, Nebraska organized a Valentine’s card campaign for her sergeant who remarked that he’d never received a Valentine’s card as a kid. He got hundreds from people all over the country.

16. A former professional ballet dancer developed a dancing wheelchair so all of us can dance.

17. My buddy Nick Ortner has been donating free tapping instruction in Rwanda. There’s even a movie about this inspiring project that you can watch for free (if you do it in the next two days)

18. Michelle Obama has volunteered the last four years to take calls for NORAD’s Santa hotline.

19. A New York City software engineer gave coding lessons to a homeless man. He offered him either $100 or two months of coding lessons. After just three and a half months, his homeless protégé developed Trees for Cars, a smartphone app that helps commuters organize carpools.

20. Scientists dated a bristlecone pine tree in California’s White Mountains as the world’s longest-living organism. It’s more than 5000 years old, older than the pyramids

21. And the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge is coming up next week with lots of great prizes including a pair of tickets to all four North American I Can Do It’s and a cruise to Alaska with yours truly.

Have a fabulous holiday season, my friends!!

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

What badass reality might be available if you let go of your treasured, but teeny-tiny vantage point?

Anything that does not bring you alive is too small for you.” — David Whyte

Unlike the intentions of many LOA aficionados who are envisioning new jobs or new cars or new significant others to snuggle with on the couch, most of my intentions revolve around ideas—beauty and joy, things I want to see happen in the world at large.

At the risk of sounding like a beauty contestant who gushes to the pageant emcee that she only wants “world peace,” I’ll go ahead and stand here, naked on the stage, and admit that my highest intentions revolve around all of us finally getting it that we all really love each other and knowing that there’s a heck of a lot of support available (in many different dimensions) that we’ve blocked by our limited mental constructs.

Today, at my group, we talked about loved ones on the other side. And how ridiculous it is to believe they’re no longer with us. Because of our very stubborn belief that you have to have a body to communicate, we miss a lot of cool things these loved ones are trying to tell us. Let’s just say they have a much bigger perspective. They’ve escaped from the echo chamber of fear that we so often experience on the material plane.

Annola shared a story about her dad. When he wants to get through to her daughter, his granddaughter who was born the same week he passed, he turns her TV off. I suppose that could be annoying if you’re right in the middle of an episode of “Orange is the New Black.” But you gotta admit, it’s hard to ignore him that way.

Cindy shared a story about her brother who died young and way before the average. She said it took her awhile to open to his presence. She said her intense grief completely thwarted his efforts.

But finally, she tuned in and now gets regular guidance that, as often happens, is much clearer and more loving than the guidance we might get from a friend still viewing life from the tunnel vision of a body.

She said to him one day, “Ya know, it would be a lot easier if you could figure out a clear way to make your presence known—like how about using electronics?”

A couple days later, she’s downstairs, folding laundry or something when booming music comes from upstairs. She’s irritated, wondering what her husband is doing. She meets him in the hallway and he’s also heading to the very LOUD music playing in the bathroom. Coming from a radio is an extremely loud rendition of one of her brother’s favorite songs.

The weirdest part is that radio—which they hadn’t used in years (it was shaped like a toy so they left it in the bathroom as a decoration)—had no batteries.

So I ask you? What’s a mental construct, that you’re completely sure is fact, that you’re now willing to throw overboard? Might open up a whole new conversation!!

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Don’t know how to do or get something? Pretend that you do.

“The body appears to be largely self-motivated and independent, yet it actually responds only to the intentions of the mind.”—A Course in Miracles

I get a lot of emails that start with this phrase: You’re never going to believe this.

Since I experience what some call “weird and miraculous things” on a daily basis, I always believe it. In fact, if you’ve read E-Cubed, you know I wrote a whole chapter about “weird and miraculous things.” It’s called “Well, Duh!”

Yesterday, when being interviewed for an article about visualization for the magazine, Fast Company, the reporter asked me what I say to skeptics. As she pointed out, the majority of her readers fall squarely into that disbelievers category.

While I didn’t say this, I immediately thought of a line Anita Moorjani told me in London. ”Every time I hear that not everybody buys this stuff, I almost fall off my unicorn.”

Well, the story I was sent this morning falls into the unicorn category. Especially if you’re one of those people who believe your limited physical body is all there is.

With no further adieu, here’s the story from Pam Matera (doesn’t she have a cool first name?) who was doing the 101 Dalmations Experiment from E-Squared:

Several years ago I was in a relationship with Ted, a musician. We lived in Sarasota Florida. A friend of his, Benji, also a musician, would come and visit us. I enjoyed his visits, always full of energy and life, and we liked the same books. We would stay up all night talking.

One of the books he recommended was Blink by Malcom Gladwell. I read it and loved it. Ted and I broke up, and I never saw Benji again.

I knew Benji was the perfect person to communicate with for the experiment. I very much wanted to hear from him. So all day I remembered his visits, and the fun we had. I couldn’t wait to hear from him! I told a friend about the experiment, and she was excited to hear about my results.

I decided to Google him (Benji was a keyboard player for a popular band in the eighties) so I knew I would find pictures of him. I thought that would help me manifest contact. Well, imagine how sad I was to find out he had died two years ago. It was shocking to me. I told my friend, and she said that was the end of the experiment. I thought about that and decided to keep an open mind and heart, and the universe would hear me.

The following Monday I was at jury duty, in a room with many strangers in an assigned seat, bored out of my head. For some reason I had to know what the man next to me was reading. It was Blink by Malcom Gladwell. The book Beni told me to read. It gave me goosebumps!

Then on the way home, the host on a talk radio program announced he was going to play an interview with someone, and the person being interviewed was Malcom Gladwell. Wow, twice in one day. Then I told my friend what happened she couldn’t believe it. She called me later that day and asked if I was sitting down. Her a/c was on the fritz, so she was looking for the paperwork for her a/c system in a kitchen drawer, and what do you think she found? A copy of Blink by, you guessed it! She had never heard of the book, and had no idea how it got there.

And lastly, my friends, I’ll repeat what I often suggest on Friday: Decide to have the best weekend of your life.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Newsflash: You’re already in possession of the best Christmas (or Hanukkah) present. You just need to turn it on.

“When you’re looking so hard to get on your path, you’re putting up resistance that keeps you from finding it.”—Esther Hicks

We’ve all read the books, heard the speakers, know the spiel. But how many of us actually use the unseen presence that fills all space, that animates all life, that constantly attempts to bestow joy and light.

Most of us thwart the Great Spirit (that’s what Native Americans call it, but there are at least 89 synonyms) by relying on feeble human effort.

We think we have to perform or meet some standard or jump through hoops to please this Spirit.

But here’s the thing we forget. It’s already ours. We don’t have to earn it.

It’s a gift we already have and nothing can ever change that. Nothing can ever take it away. No matter what we do.

Once we shed our outdated mental constructs, we can receive it fully, we can utilize its power.

All we have to do is enter into that expectation of light. Be still. Listen. Feel the love.

There’s a difference between potential energy and kinetic energy. Potential energy exists everywhere. It fills all space. That’s the gift. That’s your inheritance.

Kinetic energy, on the other hand, is able to light fires, pulsate beauty and goodness. Change the world.

And it can be easily accessed once you give up your old ideas and make a decision to let this Spirit have its way with you. You don’t have to do a damn thing. Except listen and let go.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Everything you could ever want is present in this now moment.


“If you can’t be present right now, nothing new is ever going to happen to you.”—Richard Rohr

Had a great time with the penguins at 21C Hotel in Bentonville, Arkansas. Got back just in time to attend an Ugly Christmas sweater party and, of course, my Sunday power posse.

We were talking this morning about thoughts, about where they come from (does anyone really know?) and the importance of being in the present moment. Frank made the observation that when he was busy fretting about something that happened yesterday or worrying about a bill coming due tomorrow, Jesus could walk by, glowing and everything, and he’d never even notice.

I also got a kick out of a couple manifestation stories shared by members. Especially in light of the fact that we’re fast approaching the E-Cubed Selfie Challenge with, yes, lots of cool prizes. All three of these manifestations happened in airports.

I got an email the other day from a guy who was reading E-Cubed. Since the time he was 5, he loved astronauts and space flight. He always dreamed of someday meeting an astronaut. He said that while “playing” with the experiments in E-Cubed, his wife gifted him with a book by astronaut Chris Hadfield. He said he was in tears reading the book, thinking, “This guy and I could have been brothers.”

Well, guess who he meets a few days later at the airport?

The one and only…..Commander Chris Hadfield.

Mary Kay, from the posse, was in the Minneapolis airport yesterday and not only did the song, “Tears of a Clown” come to her mind, a song with a special memory, but she bumped into Smokey Robinson who she’d always loved and wanted to meet. He even gave her a big hug.

The last airport/manifestation story, shared by Cindy from the posse, revolved around a friend who was joking that he’d like to meet a porn star.

Only half serious (or maybe not), he just “happens” to sit next to one on the plane, one that even showed him her website.

The point is this: Your thoughts are a form of energy, broadcasting your dreams and desires out into the universe.

Might as well pay attention, be in the now moment and take it all in.

Pam Grout is the author of 17 books including E-Squared: 9 Do-it-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality and the just-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth, Magic and Merriment is your Full-time Gig.

Three easy steps to become a Master of Synchronicity: a guest post by Nathalie Thompson

“My view is the sky view.”–Pharrell Williams

Hey, sports fans! I’m heading to Arkansas for a couple days to see the “State of the Art” exhibit at Crystal Bridges. I wrote an article about it for ArtDesk magazine and I’ve been waiting excitedly for the chance to see it.

In the meantime, I’m getting ready to launch the big E-Cubed Selfie Challenge with lots of great prizes including an Alaskan cruise and four pair of tickets to next year’s North American I Can Do It! events. Can someone say awesome!!!

So to prime the pump, here’s a guest post from author Nathalie Thompson:

One of the things I love most about playing with the FP (and the more time I spend doing the kind of stuff I do, the more I realize it really is all about playing and having fun with things), the more I love the “personality” of it all.

I especially love the fact that when we just trust our instincts and follow our passions, the Universe seems to go out of its way to line up little surprises, coincidences and synchronicities for us. It’s almost as if the consciousness that underlies all things delights in hiding little gifts for us, as guideposts to let us know that we are definitely following the right path.

About a month ago, for example, I wanted to set up an online system for delivering e-courses through my website. I wasn’t set up for it and had to pick a software system that needed to be installed and configured before I could launch my little “university”.

How to solve a problem before it happens

I had no idea where to even begin and was quite daunted by the prospect of even attempting it (not to mention that I really didn’t want to risk breaking the rest of my site in the process!) So what I concentrated on was building my first course and getting it all ready to go.

Then, shortly into my curriculum development process, I got an email from my business coach (who does not do techy stuff for people). He said that he had actually been wanting to create a set of video tutorials for his own audience that would show them how to install and configure the exact software system I had chosen, and he offered to set the whole thing up for me if I would agree to letting him record the process while using my site for his demo videos! Problem solved, before it even became a real problem!

Becoming a Master of Synchronicity

This type of experience is so universal that I’ve even come up with a name for it – I call it the “Master of Synchronicity” process, and it’s so easy to harness the power of this phenomenon to create manifesting miracles in all of our lives.

So how does it work? I’ve found there are only three things that we ever really need to do to master this process and get into the flow of it: 1) decide what we want; 2) start moving towards it; and 3) look for “magical” synchronicities and jump on them!

Decide what you want

The first step in becoming a Master of Synchronicity, and the cornerstone of the entire process, is to decide what it is that you want. Get absolutely clear on what your desire really is and then commit yourself to making it happen. Because there is a difference between committing yourself to what you want and just being “kind of interested” in it.

It’s the difference between becoming a great piano player and just wishing you were great piano player, for example. You’re only going to take the action necessary to becoming a great piano player if you’re committed to the idea, rather than just being interested in it.

Start moving towards it

The second step is to start moving towards what you want: start taking action, in any way that you can, in the direction of that goal or vision. When you’ve made a choice to commit yourself to your vision, you’ll find yourself getting all sorts of spontaneous ideas about things that you could do. When you get those ideas, follow up on them and start doing! You’ll be surprised at how much progress you can make, in crazy-short amounts of time, when action is inspired in this way.
You’ll be working harder than you ever have before, but it won’t feel like work because you’ll be in that zone where everything is just flowing and you’re filled with energy and enthusiasm for what you’re doing. When you feel that energy and drive to do something, this is how you can tell that you’re working with something you’re truly passionate about!

Look for magical synchronicities

The third step is to look for golden opportunities and “magical” synchronicities. Once you start actively working towards a vision or goal that you’ve committed yourself to, things just seem to start lining up to make it happen for you, as if by magic.

These little synchronicities often come at you out of nowhere, and in the strangest ways; they may come in the form of overheard conversations giving you leads on something critical to your project, or just the right book showing up at just the right time, or someone you barely know may learn about what you’re doing and offer up a key piece of information or a contact that will get you exactly what you need.

Seemingly random, serendipitous events will start to happen as you start moving forward. When these opportunities present themselves, jump on them! They are your signals from the FP that you’re doing exactly what it is that you need to be doing in order to get to where you want to be.

Summing it up

That’s all there it to it! The next time you want to manifest something really important to you, try becoming a Master of Synchronicity: decide what you’re going to manifest and commit yourself to your vision; pay attention to any little internal nudges and flashes of insight that give you ideas for action, then start moving; and, finally, be on the lookout for gifts from the Universe – those wonderful, golden opportunities that will magically come your way!

Nathalie Thompson is the author of Seven-Minute Stress Busters and the Head Dream Catcher over at VibeShifting.com, where she helps people master the methods and mindsets of success and transform their dreams into reality. Pick up her free Build Your Best Life quick-start guide and bonus video series and start creating a life you really love, today!

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