I am really into the Law of Attraction. I believe in and the power that our thoughts make on our reality and what comes to us. One of the best known lecturers on The Law of Attraction is Esther Hicks who is allegedly channeling a group of beings collectively known as “Abraham.” While the advice given is generally sound, I do confess a certain unease at the whole channeling thing; it smacks of a scam, especially given there are books, DVDs, CDs, cruises, seminars, and so for
Today’s re-post from Abraham Hicks is called “It’s the Doubt.” “You have to understand that it´s the DOUBT, that you are trying to find your way out of, Not the accomplishment of whatever it is, that you doubt you can accomplish! Did you hear that?? The work is to work your way out of the feeling of doubt, NOT into the feeling of having whatever it is that you´re feeling doubtful about! That´s so big! – Abraham Hicks #lawofattraction #feeling #AbrahamHicks #emotion #TheSecret
If you are following anything related to The Secret or the Law of Attraction, you have probably heard the mantra of “be specific about what you want.” When it comes to attracting money in particular, the experts tell you to get very specific, to meditate “I want fifty million dollars by December 2014.” This is great if numbers make sense to you on a subconscious level. But what if they do not? What if in saying out a number, you actually block your meditation from moving f
Next up is my look at why sex and violence seem to outsell more conservative fare. cover art to Fifty Shades of Grey — one of the worst written and most poorly edited bestsellers of all time Shock Fiction: What Popularity of Horror and Erotica Genres Say About Our Culture A Look at the Popularity of Sex and Violence in the Media February 8th, 2014 Sex and violence sell. For decades we’ve seen the connection between book/movie/music popularity and graphic violence/graphic sex.
Self portrait taken January 24, 2014 showing new haircut, new hair style, and black eye makeup. Tonight I am stepping back from the professional blogging in favor of something personal once more. Those of you who know me or at least follow my work know that back in December I made a dramatic course change in my life — starting with a change in hair style and color and a new piercing in my ears. I wear black a lot more now — something my mother discouraged. But more importa