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How to solve all your manifesting issues on a beach in Mexico

“Your security lies in you becoming more you.”—Michael Beckwith

Attention manifesters! If you’re having any issues at all with manifesting your highest desires, I’d like to offer this once-in-a-lifetime vacation opportunity that is guaranteed to nip those issues in the proverbial bud.

My friend, Jay Pryor (he’s in one of my power posses and I talk about him all the time—in my books, here on the blog), is a life coach. He gave the talk yesterday at the Unity Church we both attend.

He reminded me of so many things including how important it is to pay attention to the words you use. He gave the example of his son Emmett who many might try to pin a label upon. Young Emmett can be defiant at times, occasionally destructive. But rather than define him that way (the American Psychiatric Association lists more than 400 “diseases” in the 5th edition of the DSM to choose from), Jay and his gorgeous wife Jessica choose to only see (and speak) of Emmett’s possibilities, his strength, his wisdom.

What we say is SO important. As I mentioned in E-Cubed, you don’t need a fortune teller to predict your future. Just pay attention to the words you’re speaking about your life.

When you say things like “I never have enough money,” or “It’s so hard to lose weight,” or “I can’t help it, my family is dysfunctional,” you cement that continued reality into your future.

I much prefer speaking a higher reality, a reality that lies dormant, but exists in each of us, a reality that brings joy and success and Truth. Your life is only the way it is today because you continue to speak it into existence.

As Jay pointed out, if an opera diva can break a glass with her voice it should be patently obvious that your words carry a vibration and create cause.

The thing I love most about Jay is his authenticity. He doesn’t pretend to be perfect. But he lives what he teaches every single day. As he likes to say, “progress, not perfection.”

I highly recommend his workshops to anyone that’s ready to make a big leap in their life.

And since taking leaps is more fun while hanging out on a beach in Playa del Carmen, here’s the info to Jay’s amazingly awesome workshop, “Lean Inside.” I promise you will not be disappointed.

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 recently-released sequel, E-Cubed, 9 More Experiments that Prove Mirth

13 Responses

  1. I clicked to find more information about the seminar and it said that registration closed July 31st. Since today is August 10th, the day I received your e-mail about this seminar, I’m wondering why you sent it! Please explain. Thanks.

  2. Hey you guys, why are you not manifesting open registration with spots still available for you all??

  3. That’s what I’m talking about, Progress, Not Perfection.

    Back in the days of the Bible – if there were such days, we are told that when parents approached their croacking experience, they’d call all their children 🚸 and say words on them.

    ‘You, you my son, you will continue to be the head and never the tail.’

    ‘And you my beautiful daughter, peace, love and happiness shall never leave the gates of your household 🏡.’

    These people knew that there is power in the words we speak.

    For for us today, instead of waiting for someone to bless us, we can go forth and speak blessings to ourselves…

    ‘I continue to be blessed by everything and everybody. And I too bless and prosper everything and everybody.

    ‘And happiness, oh happiness… together with plenty of love continue to vibrate allover me everyday and in everyway.’

    Pam, good people who come to fill their minds with rich thoughts from this site, I love you all.

    Enjoy your day.

    Enjoy every blessing in it.


  4. As a man believe that in his heart, so is he. Thoreau said, it is what a man thinks about himself that really determines his fate. Sorry about the gender ID. Just repeating. Blessings, Gary

  5. It reminds me of what Hill talks about in Think and Grow Rich and how he and his wife treated their son who had no ears. Perhaps it’s time to reread that chapter. Words and thoughts are powerful things! (And even the thoughts of those around you when you’re young and impressionable.)

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