I call myself “spirituallogica.l”
I’m both spiritual and logical.
Instead of being “woo woo” – I’m one “woo.”
I always want to understand the logical reasons behind why things which appear “woo woo” might work.
For example…The Law Of Attraction – and the concept of “manifesting” what you want through focusing, visualizing, and writing it down in a specific way.
I believe The Law Of Attraction can work. I’ve witnessed it working for me – on many occasions. For example…I’ve written a lot about how I manifested love and even a child very late in life.
But I believe positive thinking and vision boards work not just for “woo woo” energy reasons – but also because of psychological reasons.
For many years, starting in my late 50’s, I was trying to sell a line of inspirational jewelry I had designed.
One of the pieces I designed was something I called “The Dream Catcher” Pendant.”
You write down your goal on a slip of paper. Slip the paper into a beautiful gold filigree locket – and thereby you can keep your dream close to your heart – to help you stay focused on your dream – instead of fears and doubt.
I designed the necklace – and wore it constantly – and thereby stayed full of faith that my dream of getting the necklace on HSN would happen.
Guess what? 🙂
Plus click here and you can also see 3 other inspirational necklaces I designed – and HSN is now selling!
I believe The Dream Catcher Pendant helped me to succeed – for both “spiritual” and “logical” reasons.
The more you stay positive – and focus on what you want – the more you are concentrating on solutions instead of obstacles and doubts. When you are in a positive frame of mind, and focusing on what you can control, you’re more likely to succeed.
MRI studies of the brain show that the more you think “positive thoughts”, the more you fuel the areas of your brain associated with happiness, open mindedness and creativity. Literally those brain areas! And those areas of the brain area a dynamic trio of qualities to further help you to succeed.
MRI studies of the brain ALSO show that the more you think “negative thoughts,” the more you fuel the negativity related areas of your brain: close mindedness, fear and doubt. Those are all major “dream killers!”
I endured many challenges on the way to getting my Dream Catcher” Pendant on HSN.
But each time I faced a problem or setback, I looked down at my Dream Catcher” Pendant – which I wore regularly – and it switched me back into a miracle mindset – which allowed me to problem solve and keep moving forward.
In many ways this Dream Catcher” Pendant is like a portable “vision board.” And best of all, it matches all kinds of wardrobes. It complements upscale dresses or casual tee shirt and yoga pants.
After this dream of getting on HSN came true, I removed the paper -and slipped in a new intention – a “prayer request.” My friend’s father was ill – and I wrote down a prayer for him to get healthier -and slipped the paper into my “Dream Catcher.”
It’s up to you what you wish for! Whatever it might be – this beautiful gold pendant will help you to stay focused and energized to pursue your dreams!
Now available on HSN- in limited supply! Hurry over and learn more!
But anywhichway – I definitely recommend you get clear on what you want, write down your goal, and regularly envision your goal coming true. I believe there’s a strong “spirtuallogical” reasons behind why this habit will help you to accomplish your goals.
Most of all – remember you’re never too old to make shifts in your life to help you to create a life you love.
Hi I’m Karen Salmansohn, founder of NotSalmon. My mission is to offer you easy-to-understand insights and tools to empower you to bloom into your happiest, highest potential self. I use playful analogies, feisty humor, and stylish graphics to distill big ideas – going as far back as ancient wisdom from Aristotle, Buddhism and Darwin to the latest research studies from Cognitive Therapy, Neuro Linquistic Programming, Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, Quantum Physics, Nutritional Studies – and then some.
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