Hidden in Plain Sight: How to Attract What You Want in Life

Written by Sulana Stone/www.SedonaVisionQuest.com

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The Magical Mystery Tour

Hidden in plain sight is a magical space about which native tribes sing—and "crazy" shamans teach. This place is real, physical and tangible. The core nature of this space explains why birds guide you back to your path and snakes bite some people and not others. It's a world of vibrational energy and attraction. To enter this new land, we need only to truly "see" what's right in front of us.

Are you ready for an extraordinary journey of discovery and adventure?

Bugs ‘n Bunny

Have you ever been buzzed by a luminescent dragonfly who's trying to get you to notice her? Landing next to you, she waits for you to talk or play with her. After several minutes of intimate conversation, you're ready to go on your merry way, butrepparttar persistent bug circles around you, stopping you in your tracks. She perches onrepparttar 122343 nearest flower, wanting more interaction with you. Why'd she do that?

Here comes Peter Cottontail hoppin' downrepparttar 122344 bunny trail. When he spots you, are you so uptight and agitated that he disappears faster than you can say, "Abracadabra?" Or, are you so relaxed and accessible that old Pete hangs around to get a bit closer to you?

What makesrepparttar 122345 difference between a creature wanting to hang with you, or get away from you? You makerepparttar 122346 difference.

Pickin' Up Good Vibrations

The Beach Boys sang about it: "Good, good, good, good vibrations ... giving me excitations." Bugs and bunnies feel good around people who give off good vibes. When you are in a state of openness and trust, animals feel open and trusting around you. When you give off fearful or threatening vibes, animals feel fear and either move away or feel threatened and defensive. It's up to you what vibration you put out.

Lady dragonfly enjoyed bathing in your playful energy and came back for more intimate interaction. On his first visit, Mr. Cottontail feltrepparttar 122347 harsh quality of your energy and disappeared. Later, when you were feeling happy, Pete was ready to dorepparttar 122348 Bunny Hop with you.

Attracting Love

Our emotional state affects not only our appeal to insects and animals, but also to humans. Other people respond to our vibration in exactlyrepparttar 122349 same way as bugs and bunnies do. The vibe that attracts wild critters isrepparttar 122350 same vibe that attracts people and circumstances to nurture us—like being loved or supported. The vibe that attracts a viper to bite us isrepparttar 122351 same vibe that attracts people and circumstances to "bite" us—like being rejected or betrayed.

Have you noticed that when you are in great spirits, your conversations with friends are more fun and clear? People want to talk to you inrepparttar 122352 supermarket line or gather around you at work—just like Peter Cottontail who wants to hang around and soak up your vibes. Or, are you so upset and irritated that people can't wait to get away from you—and are looking for an excuse to disappear into a rabbit hole?

Gettingrepparttar 122353 Goodies

When we pay attention, Mother Nature always guides us towards connection, harmony and support. She shows us how our emotional states affect every aspect of our lives. Our vibes determine our safety and success in life.

Mother Nature is still having her way with me—and I keep coming back for more. I'm grateful she sentrepparttar 122354 "crazy" medicine man whose intriguing question led me to seerepparttar 122355 world with fresh eyes and an open heart.

Sulana Stone, personal life coach, vision quest guide and animal communicator, assists people to discover and express their life purpose through private sessions and workshops. She provides hot tips and fresh articles for people who want more love in life, yearn for a more fulfilling job, or seek a purpose beyond the mundane in a FREE Prosperity Ezine at www.SedonaVisionQuest.com. Contact sulana@redvetteranch.com or 602.861.2631.

It’s Never Too Late to Say I Love You

Written by keith Varnum

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So, when I got back torepparttar quiet of my motel room, I did a quick meditation to see what message was waiting for me. My inner voice answered immediately, “Look more closely atrepparttar 122342 manhole covers.” I recalledrepparttar 122343 metal lids in my mind. After concentrating for a few moments, I saw they were all engraved withrepparttar 122344 same large words. The inscriptions read: “Salt River Project.” This isrepparttar 122345 utility company in which my father had left a sizable trust for my brother and me. As I contemplated this connection to my father and his generous gift to us, I detected another muted, golden glow emanating fromrepparttar 122346 corner ofrepparttar 122347 bedroom.

I turned to facerepparttar 122348 light and gasped. Standing byrepparttar 122349 wall stood my father in spirit form! The apparition was so real I almost evokedrepparttar 122350 courage to reach out and touch his hand. Twenty years of intense, backed-up emotion rushed like an express train through my being. I was relieved when he began to speak:

“Son, I’m sorry I wasn’t able to help you with emotional or spiritual affairs while we were together on Earth. I couldn’t assist you with those aspects of life, because I couldn’t help myself in those areas when I was alive. I did share with you everything I knew ofrepparttar 122351 material, financial, political and social worlds. That was all I’d mastered. Please forgive me for not helping you with your feelings or spirituality. I am moving on now, Keith. I came to say good-bye and tell you this man Lester is in your life to assist you with your emotional and soul concerns. Trust him. Spend time with him. Open to him inrepparttar 122352 way we could never open to each other on Earth. I love you, Son. Good-bye.”

Sobbing with joy and relief, I blurted out, “Thank you, Dad. I love you. I understand. I love you.”

I was graced withrepparttar 122353 opportunity to tell my father that I loved him fervently. I also asked him to forgive me for being such a rebellious, ungrateful son. Byrepparttar 122354 time he said his final farewell, we each knewrepparttar 122355 other was very sorry. We also totally forgave ourselves, as well as each other. Inrepparttar 122356 end, I recognized there was nothing to forgive for either of us. We gave to each other all we had available atrepparttar 122357 time to give. I slept more peacefully and fulfilled that night than I’d ever slept before in my life.

In retrospect, I now laugh atrepparttar 122358 universe’s sense of humor. The sharp, attacking words my father and I so loved to throw at each other were more accurate and prophetic than we could ever have imagined. “You’ll find out!” had a hidden soul message for both of us. We each did eventually “find out!” Although neither of us was consciously aware of it, we were both foretelling our eventual spiritual understanding of life and of our true connection with each other.

I also found out—to my eternal delight—that it’s never too late to say, “I love you.”

Drawing from the wisdom of native and ancient spiritual traditions, Keith Varnum shares his 30 years of practical success as an author, personal coach, acupuncturist, filmmaker, radio host, restaurateur, vision quest guide and international seminar leader (The Dream Workshops). Keith helps people get the love, money and health they want with his FREE "Prosperity Ezine" at www.TheDream.com.

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