Keep Calm and Watch What Happens


On Saturday, September 15, 2018 I will be teaching a class called “Keep Calm and Watch What Happens” at the Energy Healing Conference in St. George, UT.

I did a preview video of this class with the conference coordinator, Tammy Ward, who said this:

You know when you meet someone you REALLY look up to and have so much gratitude for them, their sacrifices, dedication and efforts because of how MASSIVELY it has changed your life?

Ya. This.

Meet Leslie.

Her story in inspiring.

It gave me hope when I was totally hopeless.

Yep.

Before I started producing conferences, we were dead broke. I was depressed, desperate and hopeless.

Ahem. Totally supported me.

Her books helped me upgrade my thinking.

Her perseverance has made a massive difference to so many people, especially me.

I cannot recommend this class enough. Get there!

Do you want a free ticket for you and a friend? Watch the video to find out more details on how I want that to happen for you.

Thank you again Leslie for who you are, how you have shown up and your vulnerability. You’ve blessed my life and allowed me to show up and be me. (PLUS do more than just eat. Abundance is possible!)

If you think you know the law of attraction, think again.

Come to this class!

So watch the video above, and then…

Click here to learn more and get registered!

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Kids can learn this, too!

You’ve probably heard the story in my free ebook Hidden Treasures about my eight-year-old who used the Rare Faith principles to realize his dream to own some special LEGO sets, at a time when we couldn’t afford to buy them. But miracles like that don’t just happen for him. They happen for any adult OR child who learns and actively applies the principles.

Here’s a share from one of our Mindset Mastery Program Participants, who taught the principles to her son. This awesome kid used them to achieve his dream of solving a Rubik’s Cube.

This kid is going to be unstoppable!

“My son used the ‘Jackrabbit’ methods I’ve been teaching him to solve a Rubik’s cube. There were a lot of tears and frustration. Then he started holding the cube, praying and visualising the completed cube. Proud Momma Moment!!!” – Jimi T., Mindset Mastery Program participant

Way to go, Momma! Keep up the great work!

To learn how he did it, and to learn how to achieve your “impossible” goal, download The Jackrabbit Factor (free) right now, and then share the principles with YOUR kids!

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When you’re in pain and someone asks how you’re doing

So you want to live by the Rare Faith principles, but doggone it, you’re having a bad day. How can you be real, and get the help you need, without ruining the process with negativity?

Actually, this is something we cover extensively in the Mindset Mastery program, but I’ll give you enough of a tip that you can use it right away. The following comes from a message I received from one of our program participants.

Kathryn writes:

I know the importance of positive thoughts in achieving my goals. I try to be positive, reading my affirmations and singing and doing many other things to keep my vibrations high. I’m wondering if you can give me some pointers on how to stay positive with health challenges. I don’t complain much except to my family (especially my husband) and myself. I frequently find myself saying (even in my head or to myself) things like, “I don’t feel good. I’m really off today. I’m in so much pain. I just can’t move. I’m so tired.” And so on.

I know this isn’t helping me, but I feel like I’m lying if I say otherwise when my husband asks how I am. How can I reframe these things to be positive? How can I answer him in a way that he knows he might need to cook dinner tonight (or help in other ways) without being negative or complaining?

My response:

Hi Kathryn, I’m sorry you’re going through this  that’s such a hard one. I watched my mother struggle with that for the last 30 years. Here’s an idea… Respond in the context of the law of relativity (with a worried smile, perhaps):

“It’s a down day, but I know it could always be worse, so I’m grateful this is only as bad as it is.”

Or in the context of the law of polarity, “It’s a bad day today, so I’m looking for the promised equal or greater benefit.”

Or in the context of the law if rhythm, “it’s a bad day, so I know a better one is coming.” And talk with him ahead of time to let him know that these responses are code for “I need your help today.”

For more on this topic, get started now in the Mindset Mastery program – I’d love to see you in there!

If that’s too big of a commitment for you at this time, start easy in the Fundamentals Ecourse. It’s powerful!

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Hope Floats the Financial Boat

Think for a minute about the natural reaction of non-swimmers who are thrown into deep waters.

Can you picture it?

They panic, and thrash violently. They become consumed with the fear of, “What if I go under and can’t come back up?!” Full of adrenaline and to avoid the worst, they claw and pound the water, in a frantic effort to stay afloat.

Eventually, if they don’t get some help, they go under out of sheer exhaustion.

This is also a vivid metaphor for people who feel like they’ve been thrown overboard without a life jacket financially.

Maybe they intentionally “abandoned ship”, leaving a regular source of income to go out on their own in search of another boat, or maybe it happened in a storm. However they got there, they may feel like a non-swimmer, fully exposed to choppy waters, surrounded by mysterious depths, and at risk of drowning in bills and other pressures.

In a situation like that, the natural inclination is to panic, and work too hard frantically trying to stay afloat – ultimately wearing themselves out and sinking into despair.

The truth is, that the principles which keep a new swimmer afloat in the water are the same principles that keep you afloat financially:

1) Take a deep breath,
2) Relax, and
3) Keep your chin up


That’s how you stay afloat in the water, and that’s how you stay afloat financially, too.

Stop for a moment and let the following statement sink in (no pun intended):

Having money does not create peace of mind; it begins with peace of mind.

Before you can learn to swim efficiently, you’ve got to learn how to FLOAT. Not just in swimming, but in your finances, too. I’m convinced that people who enjoy true abundance live abundantly, not because everything always goes their way, but because they have learned how to float and swim in choppy waters without being overcome by exhaustion.

And floating only works when you stay calm. When you are calm and keep you chin up, you float; not just in water, but with finances, too. Staying calm allows your mind to be relaxed enough to notice the inspiration that helps you solve the problem. Don’t cut off the Source of your answers by freaking out!

The cure for fear is not courage, the real cure for fear is knowledge. When you know WHY you can be at peace, it’s easier to feel peace. Choosing peace of mind also keeps you in the path of all the opportunities and resources you’ll need. (Read Hidden Treasures FREE – to find out why this works.) Freak out, and you jump off the path.

Whether you leave a ship by choice or not, finding yourself in the water can be terrifying, especially if you never learned how to swim. But hope and optimism literally and financially make you more buoyant.

Discover the truth of this and you may also discover that swimming peacefully allows you to get where you want to go without a boat at all. (A shout-out to all you entrepreneurs out there!)

So, breathe… relax… keep your chin up… and trust the current to take you to the next boat or port on your journey to financial freedom.

For more on this topic, join me in the life-changing Mindset Fundamentals Ecourse – ($37)

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