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Spend just one minute of your day to heal Japan

Saturday, March 19th, 2011

If you’ve been wondering what you can do to help Japan, I’ve got some great news.

Join us as we send healing energy, loving light, prayers and positive thoughts to Japan in an incredibly focused way.

Visit and contribute one minute each day toward healing Japan.

With gratitude,

My Daily LoA Tip: Gratitude and the Law of Attraction

Thursday, October 28th, 2010

No matter how bad it seems, take some time to feel grateful for what you have. Take an inventory of life and you’ll find that there are many things to be grateful for.

If you need an extreme contrast to pull you out of your funk, really study someone who seems to be disadvantaged. Check out Nick Vujicic’s videos on YouTube and you’ll begin to feel grateful, almost immediately.

If nothing else, every challenge is a learning experience, which is something you can be grateful for right now.

Keep a gratitude journal and spend some time each day feeling that gratitude and the Law of Attraction will deliver more of what you want and less of what you don’t.

To your success,

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Location:Transform Destiny, Tustin, CA

How The Internet Makes You an Agent of Change

Saturday, October 23rd, 2010

You might think there’s nothing that you can do about things like the economy, war, poverty and other global issues that are put in front of us daily. As you go to work and go about those daily things you have always been doing, those things you need to do, you need to know that you have a voice.

Men and women alike are beginning to find their voice, all around the world, creating a link between all people, everywhere.

People ask me how to be heard, and I say, “You already have an incredibly powerful voice to the world.”

Your intentions are your power. This ability to manifest is unlimited. Just put your mind to it, and the universe will read your intention and provide for you. This is certain.

Theres no limit to what you can attract. I’ve helped people “ask, believe and receive,” for over a decade now, and to me, it’s the thing I’ve loved the most out of all my adventures, and I feel very passionately about your ability to manifest great things.

You have an even greater voice now, thanks to the internet and my intention is to see you use it to transform the world!

Even as you choose what to post on your facebook and Twitter, you have an influence on how others will perceive themselves and their day. My intention, with my blog, with social media and with my website, is to spread joy, and the internet gives us the power to spread joy everywhere.

People used to stand by the corner, holding a sign up in the air to influence others, but your ability to be the creator for an amazing change of global momentum online is your right and privilege now.

Of course, by now you know that it’s your choice to decide to transform the destiny of others, like me. But if you have that choice, why not take it?

For those of you who’ve attended my trainings, especially, I’m calling on to you to make your online presence known and to use this massive global megaphone called the internet to spread joy and gratitude everywhere.

It’s no longer an option to hide behind anonymity or notions of being small. We’re all connected. We are all powerful. We all have the influence. Lets transform the world!

To your success,
Michael Stevenson

How Healers Stay Healed Themselves

Tuesday, November 10th, 2009

One of my graduates posed a question to me today, and it’s a question that I think most in the “healing” or self-help profession don’t know the answer to.

As coaches, hypnotists, therapists and other professionals, we invest ourselves in our work like no other profession.

We invest not only with our hearts and our minds, but also, our energy.

Have you ever noticed that after a long day of working with clients, you feel drained?

Having one of the most rewarding careers I could imagine, I used to often wonder how something that made me feel so good, could also leave me so drained.

The Natural Flow of Energy

Speaking spiritually, energy flows much like water.  It flows from higher energy to lower energy.

I’m sure you’ve had the experience of being around someone who you might call an “energy vampire.”  These are people who drain us with negativity, drama, or just by being around.

This is how the flow of energy works.  You have a higher energy, they have a lower energy, so they drain you by the very nature of the flow of energy. Since the contrast with energy vampires is so great, we feel it immediately.

With your clients, it will be more subtle, yet it can build up and leave you feeling generally drained.

An Ancient Hawaiian Secret Rejuvenates

The secret to overcoming this drain lies in an ancient Hawaiian philosophy called, Ho’oponopono.

The Hawaiians believed that for each person we come in contact with, we form an energetic connection with them.  You might imagine that as a silvery thread connecting your third-eye (forehead) to their third eye.

Imagine there are “cords” connecting you to each of the people you’ve connected with in your life.  Thousands of connections, some of them feeding your energy, and some of them draining it.

To “reset” the connection, you cut the cord, with love, acceptance and forgiveness.

Whether you believe this process is an energetic one, or a metaphorical exercise for your unconscious mind doesn’t matter.  Either way, the technique works wonders for your own energy.  It’s very simple to do, and you can do this for family, friends and co-workers as well as both new clients, and all the clients you’ve ever seen in a short period of time.

The Process of Ho’oponopono

Ho’oponopono is an ancient Hawaiian philosophy based on the principles and methods of Hawaiian Huna. Many techniques have been created based on this philosophy, and the following is one I particularly like.

Ho means, “To make.”

Pono means, “Right.”

So, Ho’ Oponopono means, “To make right twice.”  It is the Huna process for forgiveness.

Cutting the cord does not mean you can never communicate with that person again.  It simply means that person will not have the energetic connection with you in this moment.  That connection can always be recreated through contact or even through prolonged thought about them.

If you don’t want the connection, simply cut it again, next time.  Because of this, I recommend that you cut the cord even with people you love, if you feel that connection isn’t serving you.  You can always recreate it again at another time.

1. Imagine a stage in front of you, while you sit in the audience.  The stage is rather large, and lit in the front.  In the darkness at the back of the stage, you can see the shadows of all the people you’ve ever been connected with – family, spouses, partners, friends, co-workers, acquaintances, etc.  While you can’t see their exact details, you notice that for each person, there is a silvery thread or “cord” coming from your third eye to each of their third eyes.

2. Beginning with the most impactful or strongest connection, ask the first person to come out to the front of the stage.  (Usually starting with parents, then spouse, then siblings, intimate partners, friends, co-workers, and finally, clients)

3. Ask them, “Are you here to support me in being the most magnificent person I can be?”

If the answer isn’t a congruent, resounding, “Yes,” you may want to move on to step 4 and cut the cord, even if you love them.  Otherwise, ask them to go to the back of the stage and bring up the next person.

4. Both say the following, and send these messages energetically through the cord, with meaning and feeling.  Imagine them echoing the same message to you, both verbally and energetically:

  1. I love you.
  2. I forgive you.
  3. I release you.

5. With scissors, shears or your fingers, cut the cord and draw the remaining stub into your forehead.  Watch as they begin drifting upward off the stage and floating up into the darkness and out of your awareness.

6. Repeat steps 2 – 5 for each person.

Final Thoughts

It’s important to remember that this is always done out of love and forgiveness.

There may be people in your life who you feel don’t deserve forgiveness, and you may be right.

The most important thing to realize is that this forgiveness is for you, not for them.

Hanging onto whatever it was that happened in the past only hurts you, and after doing this a few times you’ll realize the importance of creating that forgiveness within yourself.

Now, go heal thyself. 🙂