I‘ve bought many books over the years that promised to show me how to be really me, to manifest abundance (I love that phrase-what on earth is it supposed to mean!), to attract wealth, love and happiness and reach for the stars. They promised that I would be able to connect to the astral realms, the cosmos, the angels, the ascended masters and to my guides…
…but did they succeed?
Some of them made me feel a lot better, whilst I was reading them, but that faded quickly, once I had finished reading.
It’s not just about finding the time to spend sitting in your loincloth
It’s not just about finding the time to spend sitting in your loincloth, it also helps if you are not so utterly exhausted from all the hurtling around holding down a job, doing the shopping and housework and looking after everyone else.
You have to be focused, chilled and relaxed in order to meditate, not so frazzled that all you can think of are all the vital tasks not being attended to while you ‘waste’ time on yourself.
The language was an issue in some of these books too. I don’t mean foul language, I mean the sort of language that makes you lose the will to live! Long, complex words and concepts, lengthy rituals without which you were doomed to failure. Some books didn’t even make it past the second chapter before I either fell asleep or moved onto the next book.
Some books didn’t even make it past the second chapter before I either fell asleep or moved onto the next book.
It was all so unnecessary.
Over more than 20 years, I have developed a method of building that connection into your everyday life, no extra time required and definitely no long words!
Throw Away Your Loincloth explains it all in detail; it also tells my story, how a major life changing accident and then a life threatening illness helped me to finally understand that it could be so easy-if I wanted it to be. There is success and failure, some tears, and lots of laughs along the way, you can read a sample here.
I would love to hear not just what you think, but your stories too; you can email me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org