Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Emotional Intelligence: Using the Laws of Attraction | D. Ivan Young | T...




The Law of Attraction is the principle of "like attracts like".  To attract what we want, we need to be vibrating at the same level of energy as that which we want to attract into our lives.  

The LOA is working all the time.  It can work for us or against us.  

Our level of vibration is determined by our emotions.  To raise our vibration, we need to change our emotional state.   So emotional intelligence is key to using the Law of Attraction to our benefit. 

That which is seen comes out of that which is not seen.  Everything starts as a thought, an idea.  So we can attract what we want, even if we don't see it yet.  

For more about the Law of Attraction, go here to download the new version of my FREE ebook, Secrets of Manifestation.  

See also:  Steve Harvey Talks about The Law Of Attraction...IT WORKS!

See also: The Power of Visualization with Ashanti Johnson.   

Let's make this Your Best Year Yet! 


Monday, March 18, 2019

Steve Harvey Talks about The Law Of Attraction...IT WORKS!



Steve Harvey talks here about the Law of Attraction (LOA).  The LOA is
working all the time.  It can work for us or against us.  


The way to raise our vibration is to change our emotional state.  This is
the power of laughter which he talks about in this video.  Laughter is a
very powerful and effective way to change our emotional state.  

See also: The Power of Visualization with Ashanti Johnson.   

Let's make this Your Best Year Yet! 

Monday, January 14, 2019

The Power Of Visualization | Ashanti Johnson


Check out this TED Talk from Ashanti Johnson on The Power of Visualization.  

We can do anything we want.  The human mind (i.e. YOUR mind) is incredibly powerful.  

For more about visualization, go here to download the new version of my FREE ebook, Secrets of Manifestation.  

And go here for my article, Guided Visualization:  Your Key to Power.  

Let's make this Your Best Year Yet!  

Wednesday, January 02, 2019

Black Success: How to Get the Results You Want

I am repurposing this blog post.  

Go here for How to Get the Results You Want.  

What are your goals for this year?  Do you have new goals, or are you still wrestling with the same old problems?  


How much do you want your life to improve? How much do you really want it? Want more money? Want more customers? Want to build your business? More time? More freedom?

How much do you really want it? Do you really want to bring about positive change in your life? If so, contact me for a FREE consultation with no obligation.  
I am going to be posting loads of blogs about how you can increase your prosperity and abundance.  To access them, please join my FREE The Key to Everything group.  

Click here for Success Strategies for Black People.

Click here for more Black Success audios with Zhana.  

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Friday, December 07, 2018

Limitless Creation, Limitless Power


One thing I talk about in my book Success Strategies for Black People, and one thing I have taught my students, is the Law of Increase. Whatever we focus on, concentrate on, increases. We can focus on the problem or the solution.  Whatever we give our energy to, we experience more of.  

In ancient times, only the privileged had access to the Law of Increase.  That was how they maintained their their power and privilege and that was how they increased it.   But we live in the information age now, and we have access to, and can use, these universal laws.  
What we give out, we get back.  Whatever energies we put out, be they negative or positive, the universe gives us back. 

Many people have an attitude of “leave it to god”. It's been called "learned helplessness". Given our experience over the last 500 years, it's understandable that people feel that way. But it's time to break out of that mentality now.  It's time to recognize our true power and our true worth. 

We have enormous power, but we don't use the power we have.  In fact, we have forgotten the power we have.  

SRT is just one way to enjoy our power.  For more information, check out Black Success:  How to Get Clear, Precise Answers.  


Tuesday, October 23, 2018

You’re Fired! Company Terminated Employee Who Called Cops On Black Man at Swimming Pool

white woman at swimming pool
Some of us may be glad this happened.  At least, some kind of justice has been done.  A white woman was fired from her job after she phoned the police when a Black man wore socks at a swimming pool.  But it really should not have come to this. 

This is just the latest of similar stories about places such as Starbucks and Denny's. 

We are not allowed to hold meetings at Starbucks.  Nor can we stop at a gas station to buy drinks for children after a nonviolence demonstration.  Not without some white employee calling the cops on us.  But at least we can wear our socks in the pool. 

It should never come to this.  We MUST Learn to treat each other with respect. 

Niecy Nash received some very interesting responses to the spoof telephone helpline she created for racists

See also:  White Woman Calls Cops 911.  

And then there's the Ryanair incident.  (Warning:  this contains offensive language.)  Yep, we definitely gotta avoid flying anywhere with Ryanair. 

And remember the nail shop incident? 

This nonsense really has to stop. 

Go here for more from the Blogging Carnival for Nonviolence 2018

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Monday, October 22, 2018

Interview with the Archbishop of York

John Sentamu, the Archbishop of York
The Rt. Rev. John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, is the first Black Church of England Archbishop to be ordained within the United Kingdom.  

Here, he talks about the importance of nonviolence for him as a Christian.

Z:  How are you personally affected by the violence in the world today?   

JS:  Saddened (and angry!) because:
  • Violence seems so often to be a knee-jerk reaction to either fear of personal threat or manipulation by vested interests combined with social media.
  • Targeted violence designed for maximum collateral damage hitting bystanders to the arguments, often those who have least resilience
  • Even more collateral damage to society in general – disruption of governance, daily life, resources with an undermining of trust, truth and community.  
      
Please can you give me one or two examples of how you practise nonviolence in your own life?

Jesus said, “blessed are the peacemakers”. Making peace means action, not passivity. With that in mind, I try to give young people a goal to aim for: that is God’s Kingdom. You can find some of the components in Matthew’s Gospel, Chapters 5 – 7. But we humans need more than good advice and good examples, so I also share with them the good news about Jesus Christ himself, who is the Prince of Peace. He gets to work within us, putting right what is wrong and through the Holy Spirit giving us dness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Surely this is how we all want to live?  

Many parents are struggling with issues around violence today. Young people are shooting and stabbing each other – I am sure you are aware of the fact that violence is increasing, both in London and across Britain. What practical advice or suggestions can you offer to parents about how to protect their children from violence, and how to prevent violence? 
  • encourage them to have a circle of trusted friends who are not all like them
  • be interested in their interests, feelings, hopes and don’t work so hard there’s no time for children
  • relax together. Don’t put children under so much pressure – positive support is better than negative sanctions
  • surround them with adults, other than family, who will be protective of them, who they can learn to trust and go to when they get to the “asserting independence” phase of their lives (role of godparents!)
  • watch age-appropriate news and other programmes with them
  • encourage them to read stories – a wonderful way of learning about the world, universe and everything else (especially themselves) and to see things in perspective.
  • there are some excellent books for children and young people about difficult topics, eg the children’s version of I Am Malala with lovely illustrations, and Michael Morpurgo’s books.
Please add any further remarks you would like to make.

Because of my Christian faith, for me, it is a privilege to belong to a church family that breaks down barriers between people of different places, cultures, backgrounds. I want young people to be able to celebrate diversity whilst also knowing we all belong together - different, but one family, sisters and brothers together.

+Sentamu Ebor 



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