You Have It All

Louise Hay:  I act as if I already have what I want.  It is an excellent way to attract happiness into my life.

How would you think, walk, talk, dress, eat, act if you had your deepest hearts desire?  Start living that way and see what you attract. See what changes come into your life. Remember that gratitude is the ingredient that makes all lives sweeter.

Oils that will support this journey are many.  CLARITY  could bring it all together for you. It could help you to keep your focus so that you are successful in living a new way.

And The Breath Restores…..

It is easy to get caught up in the “lists of what I Must do” and to forget to focus on three of our basic needs; breath, water, and love.  Stop..inhale deeply through your nose and say Thank You.  Take a long drink of water and honor your bodies needs.  Look into the mirror and really see you and say, “I appreciate you”.   Do this at least 3x a day and build up to 5x and see what happens in your life.  It is magical when we recenter ourselves to be authentic.

Our wonderful balancing oils of Valor, Joy, and Harmony automatically keep us on an even keel.  Stress Away, Tranquil, Christmas Spirit, and Sacred Mountain are some others that I use for redirecting my soul energy.

How are you keeping things in focus for you?


In many of the things I study the dominant theme is –Focus.   As Darren Hardy says, “It isn’t about time management it is about YOU management”.  Keeping your focus on what is important to do to take you one step closer to your goal.  Turning off the electronics during your productive hours.  Focus on being successful today.  If you are granted tomorrow focus on your being a success in that day.  Day by day creates the Compound Effect and you continue to build the life of your dreams.

Oh you haven’t written that goal down?? It has been proven that it is easier to keep the focus when you write it down.  Some oils that assist in this journey are Valor, Clarity, Believe, and Highest Potential.

How will you keep your focus during this extra busy time in your life?

What Is Love

Dallas, Age 7

Love is when your mom makes a cup of coffee for your dad and she takes a sip of it before she gives it to him, to make sure it is okay.

Sue, Age 6

If you want to learn how to love better, you should start with someone you hate.

Donna, Age 6

My mommy loves me more than any one else. You don’t see anybody else kissing me good night when I go to bed.

Sandi, Age 8

When my grandma got arthritis, she couldn’t bend over to paint her toenails anymore. So my granddad does it for her, even after he got arthritis, too. That’s love.

Jake, Age 6

Love is when a little old man and a little old woman are still friends, even after they know each other so well.

Children tell us what they think love is.

Dennis, Age 5

Love is when a girl puts on perfume and a boy puts on after shave and then they go out together and smell each other.

Georgia, Age 7

Love is when you tell a boy you like his shirt and then he wears it everyday.

Annie, Age 5

Love is when mommy gives daddy the best piece of chicken.

Jackie, Age 4

Love is when your puppy licks your face even when you left him alone all day.

Joe, Age 7

Love is when daddy comes in all sweaty and smelly and mommy still tells him that he is handsomer than Robert Redford.

Jenny, Age 8

When I had my piano recital, I was on the stage and I was scared. I looked out at all the people looking at me. Then I saw my daddy waving and smiling. He was the only one doing that and I wasn’t sacred anymore.

Bruce, Age 8

Love is when you go out to dinner with someone and you give them most of your French fries without making them give you any of theirs.

Vanessa, Age 8

Children tell us what they think love is.

You really shouldn’t tell somebody that you love them unless you mean it. But if you do mean it, you should tell them a lot. People forget.

Marissa, Age 4

Love is when your older sister gives you all her old clothes because, then she has to go out and buy new ones.

Amy, Age 8

Love is when you kiss all the time. Then after you are tired of kissing, you still want to be with each other and you talk more. My daddy and mommy are like that. When they kiss, they look gross.

Andrea, Age 7

You know you love someone because your eyelashes go up and down and little stars come out of you.

Best for Last

Leo Buscaglia, author and lecturer, once judged a contest where they wanted to find the most caring child. He told this story:

A four year old lived next door to an elderly man who had recently lost his wife. One day, the boy saw his neighbor crying. He went over, climbed into the neighbor’s lap and just sat there. When he came home, his mother asked him what he had said to the man.

“Nothing,” he said. “I just helped him cry.”

Louise Hay Practical Wisdom

Remember, our feelings are thoughts in action. They serve purpose, and when you let them go from your body and mind, you allow space inside for more positive experiences.

After you release your emotions you must also forgive. Forgiveness is your freedom to peace.

Go into your higher power and seek guidance to release negative feelings. Find the love within you and send love out to the person you feel is causing your angst.

As a Louise Hay teacher I can tell you that this is profound wisdom.  Valor, Forgiveness, Believe, and Joy are some of the oils I use to assist me on this journey to my WOW.

What A Gift

Small miracles create a large smile.  Traffic that flows, customers that are polite, finding all your stuff where it should be as you prepare to leave for work, time with your beloved child, and a comfy place to lay your head at the end of a busy day.

We have a new president in the USA.   If your candidate did/didn’t win vote for a better you.  You can take those steps you know you want to take to build a better you.

Do you want to be more productive, more tuned into your family’s needs, take better care of yourself, or just show more kindness?

My daily oils include Valor, Joy, Harmony, and White Angelica. As I continue my life changes/growth spurts  Believe, Live With Passion, and Frankincense will be added to my ‘Just Do It’ kit.

Stretch Those Lips SMILE

Incumbent Imbecile

Recently I heard the former mayor of Reading, Pennsylvania, recount some funny stories about his time in office. One happened while he was running for reelection; he was in a bar and paid for a woman’s drink. She thanked him but wondered why a stranger had bought her a beer.

“I’m running for mayor,” he told her, “and I want your vote.”

“You got it,” she said, grabbing her glass. “Anyone’s better than the jerk who’s in there now.”   James Landis, ?Lancaster, Pennsylvania

Names For Groups You Never Knew

A pride of lions, a gaggle of geese … and here’s how we might classify these groups:
• A brat of boys
• A giggle of girls
• A stagger of drunks
• A tedium of accountants
• A stitch of doctors
• A whine of losers
• A jerk of politicians

Speak Softly, Kick Gently

If you could kick the person in the pants responsible for most of your trouble, you wouldn’t sit for a month.  Theodore Roosevelt

Right to Ignore

Being president is like running a cemetery: You’ve got a lot of people under you, and nobody’s listening.  Bill Clinton

Friendly Competition…

My girlfriend and I often laugh about how competitive we are.

But I laugh more.   Michael Ian Black on Mom’s Best Dish

When I was growing up, my mother’s best dish was store-bought Entenmann’s chocolate chip cookies.   —Michael Ian Black, from Navel Gazing (Gallery Books)

Reading The Fifth

I’m writing my book in fifth person, so ?every sentence starts out with: “I heard from this guy who told somebody …”Demetri Martin

Stewart Francis on Spelling

So what if I can’t spell Armageddon? It’s not the end of the world.    Stewart Francis

Love Yourself and Love Others

It is an easy formula that we have heard many times.  Here’s a list from L. Hay on how to practice self-love.

My suggestion:  Take one idea and practice it for that day.  Write it down, carry it with you and do the affirmation.

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Probably the most important key is to stop criticizing yourself. If we tell ourselves that we are okay, no matter what is going on, we can make changes in our lives easily. It is when we make ourselves bad that we have great difficulty.

We must also stop scaring ourselves. Many of us terrorize ourselves with frightful thoughts and make situations worse than they are. We take a small problem and make it into a big monster.

Another way is to be gentle and kind and patient with yourself. Most of us suffer from the expectation of immediate gratification. We must have it now. Impatience is a resistance to learning. We want the answers without learning the lesson or doing the steps that are necessary.

We must learn to be kind to our minds. Let’s not hate ourselves for having negative thoughts. We can think of our thoughts as building us up rather than beating us up.

The next step is to praise yourself. Criticism breaks down the inner spirit, and praise builds it up. Acknowledge your Power. We are all expressions of the Infinite Intelligence.

Loving yourself means supporting yourself. Reach out to friends and allow them to help you. You really are being strong when you ask for help when you need it.

Love your negatives. They are all part of your creation, just as we are all part of the Universe. The Intelligence that created us doesn’t hate us because we make mistakes. This Intelligence knows we are doing the best we can and loves all of Its creation, as we can love ours.

Take care of your body. This was the topic of my email last week, however it bears repeating. Think of your body as a marvelous house in which you live for a while. You would love your house and take care of it, wouldn’t you? So, watch what you put into your body.

I often emphasize the importance of mirror work in order to find out the cause of an issue that keeps us from loving ourselves. Look in the mirror first thing in the morning and say: “I love you. What can I do for you today? How can I make you happy?” Listen to your inner voice, and start following through with what you hear.

Finally, love yourself now – don’t wait until you get it right. If you can love and approve of yourself now, then when good comes into your life, you will be able to enjoy it. Once you learn to love yourself, you can begin to love and accept other people too.
Loving yourself is a wonderful adventure; it’s like learning to fly. Imagine if we all had the power to fly at will? How exciting it would be!

The oils of Harmony, Acceptance,and Believe will support you on your journey.

Approaching A Historic Day

In 1963 tomorrow was a day that changed the lives of two small children and plunged a nation into mourning.  Like 9/11 2001– November 23, 1963 is a date many will always remember.  December 7, 1941 very few remember anymore.  These dates played a huge part in lives worldwide and now they are unimportant to the majority of the world.

To me it is important to keep our corner of the world clean of ‘war’ and promote peace in our relationships.  My oil of Hope keeps me focused on what I need to do to promote peace.

Get Your Laughter Rolling

A Little Nuts About Love

Driving through Southern California, I stopped at a roadside stand that sold fruit, vegetables and crafts. As I went to pay, I noticed the young woman behind the counter was painting a sign. “Why the new sign?” I asked. “My boyfriend didn’t approve of the old one,” she said. When I glanced at what hung above the counter, I understood. It declared: “Local Honey Dates Nuts”   —Contributed by Theodore Bologna

Check Out a Romance

I met my husband while I was working in a science library. He came in every week to read the latest journals and eventually decided to take out the librarian instead of the books.
After a year and a half of dating, he showed up at the library and started rummaging through my desk. I asked what he was looking for, but he didn’t answer. Finally he unearthed one of the rubber stamps I used to identify reference books. “Since I couldn’t find the right engagement ring,” he said, “this will have to do,” and he firmly stamped my hand. Across my knuckles, in capital letters, it read “NOT FOR CIRCULATION.”   —Contributed by Ruth E. Chodrow

Sweet Nothings (.com)

My boyfriend Hans and I met online. After dating a long time, I introduced him to my uncle, who was fascinated by the fact that we met over the Internet. He asked Hans what kind of line he had used to pick me up. Ever the geek, Hans naively replied, “I just used a modem.”    —Contributed by Anne McConnel

Pastoral Passion

The lingerie store where my aunt works was crowded with shoppers selecting Valentine’s Day gifts for their wives. A young businessman came to the register with a lacy black negligee. My aunt noticed that the next customer, an elderly farmer, was holding a long flannel nightgown and kept glancing at the younger man’s sexier choice. When it was his turn, the farmer placed the nightgown on the counter. “Would you have anything in black flannel?” He asked.  —Contributed by Christine A. Pandolfo

Irresistible Irony

About a year had passed since my amicable divorce, and I decided it was time to start dating again. Unsure how to begin, I thought I’d scan the personals column of my local newspaper. I came across three men who seemed like they’d be promising candidates. A couple of days later, I was checking my messages and discovered one from my ex-husband. “I was over visiting the kids yesterday,” he said. “While I was there I happened to notice you had circled some ads in the paper. Don’t bother calling the guy in the second column. I can tell you right now it won’t work out. That guy is me.”   —Contributed by Pat Patel

What About the Other Half?

As the music swelled during a recent wedding reception, my hopelessly romantic husband squeezed my hand, leaned in, and said, “You are better looking than half the women here.”

—Marlene Bambrick, Cleveland Heights, Ohio

Tailor-Made Quips

My husband and I couldn’t decide which jacket to buy our granddaughter, so we asked the young salesman.

“If you were buying a jacket for your girlfriend,” I said, “what would you get?”

“A bulletproof one,” he said. “I’m married.”  —John Canuteson, Liberty, Missouri


Love is in the air.  Our special oil blends that support love?  The Gift, Mastrante, and Lady Sclareol.   Easy to order at Adina Blazek #259759.