One Week Down, Seven To Go

This is almost the end of the first week in Adventures in Manifesting and I’d thought I’d give you a little update. Things are going very well with this group. Better than I would have imagined. I’ve kept up with the daily checklist and staying in touch with the people in the group. Even though we’re still getting to know each other, everyone is very nice and extremely supportive, helping each other to keep motivated.

Over the years I’ve tried many self-help techniques but none of them really kept me motivated for very long. I think it’s because the earlier techniques were attempted on my own. With this group we’re doing it together. There’s a certain level of trust being generated through this group, one that tells all of us involved that we aren’t alone in dealing with the obstacles that pop up in the face of new challenges and adventures. It’s part of the process to learn how to say,” Fine, it’s an obstacle. I can either let it stop me or I can go through it… I choose to go through it.” It’s about being honest with ourselves. It’s about learning how to have fun in our everyday lives and to live them with the utmost passion. If we can’t learn how to do that we might forever be stuck.

We’ve all made commitments to FINISH the course. It is a way to honor ourselves. To honor our own dreams and desires. I’m so glad AIM came to me when it did. It’s just the needed push for me to move forward out of the tar pit of my fear.

If you haven’t already looked into the Adventures in Manifesting e-course, take a look. It couldn’t hurt. It might be just the push you need.

With gratitude and love,

juliet 🙂


Adventures In Manifesting

I’ve recently joined  Adventures in Manifesting, an e-course taught by Sarah Prout and Sean Patrick Simpson. They are a fun and loving couple who share their knowledge through laughter and really incredible information. The goal of AIM is to give people the tools to manifest their own dreams and desires. I’m over the moon about the opportunity to get some simple yet effective tools that are essentially going to help me to put one foot in front of the other and head into the future I’ve always imagined for myself but didn’t necessarily know how to get to. From the start of this course I’ve noticed something different about the other students, it’s the spirit of the AIM community, the connectedness to people who are supportive, friendly and inspiring.

If you are interested in this e-course you can choose to pay for the course, a fee of $97.00 or you can sign up for free. Yes, free. But you have to be willing to share this opportunity with others. I can honestly say that is a small price to pay to be involved with people who are so positive and committed to embrace  the gifts I think we already have within ourselves.

I recently lost my Mother who, at 90, lived a long and fruitful life. One of the many gifts she gave to our family over the last few days we had her was her passion for living. She told us to go out and “live” our lives, to laugh as much as possible, to love with all our hearts, and that if we believe we can we will. She talked about all the wonderful adventures of her life and it left me feeling inspired and somewhat disheartened. I’m not sure I’ve ever lived my life with such verve. From the moment I had that realization I decided that, yes, life is too short to waste with negativity and self-doubt. They are a complete waste of my time. My Mother said she never thought about things so much as she just did them and it was beautiful. That’s what I want for my life, for my husband, for my children. I’m eternally grateful for her many words of wisdom and her love.

I want to share this e-course with you. Check it out. Decide for yourself. Some say things come to you when you need them the most. I think this course came at the perfect time for me. I’m fully inspired and committed to truly living my life. Are you?

Go confidently in the direction of your dreams! Live the life you have imagined. As you simplify your life, the laws of the universe will be simpler. ~ Henry David Thoreau

With much gratitude and love,

juliet 🙂

No more messing around.