Mantras and affirmations are different, here’s how. And if you think affirmations are confusing or they don’t work for you, listen to this episode. If they do work for, listen for tips that might just increase your affirmation benefits. It’s all up, up, up here at Expect Butterflies.
Effort not! I had a Mediterranean cruise shift (not Caribbean. Ha! so many cruises) and now this podcast is born about how you do not need to think about—or wrestle to the ground—a topic for it to manifest. It’s easier than we are taught.
Can you create in another person’s life? A huge question that’s the center of so many relationships whether partner or child or work. I talk all about it! P.S. I was having so much fun I forgot to hold the mic. Hahahahahaha Next time. :)
3 tools to use when you are trying to manifest something but change hasn’t happened yet and you’re feeling discouraged. How do you stay on track emotionally and vibrationally so that the thing you want can actually show up. THIS IS IT.
How do you publish or make something and put it out into the world without feeling horrible or worried or stressed or in doubt afterwards? Keep listening because as this podcast keeps rolling it gets to the reason why you are even here doing things I the first place.
This is why I called the podcast and website Expect Butterflies when it's not about insects (yes I do know butterflies are insects). It's about golf. And Matt Damon. And the amazing things that get set into motion the instant we have a want. It's a story that changed me. It might change you too. PS I don't golf.
Why are you getting the urge to go to the mailbox? How do you open up your intuition without blowing your life up? Why does your brain do that?! It’s all good! Find out about intuitive nudges here in this podcast.
Who the heck is Alora Cheek and why did she stick with the Law of Attraction when she was mad at it for the first two years? How did she make peace with the annoying positivity teachings so they could work well in her life and—gasp— make her positive again too? Why is she writing this in the third person?