Conceive it, believe it, achieve it!

Here I am giving a seminar at a business exhibition in Exeter yesterday. The 'meat' of my talks are about my business experiences, but I always wrap them with 'spiritual' teachings, including subjects like the Law of Attraction. This talk was about how our beliefs shape our experiences and our lives. We are what we believe. The car pioneer Henry Ford once said: 'Whether you believe you can or whether you believe you can't - you're right'. My hope with these talks is to get people to think a little differently about how their beliefs shape their world. Conceive it, believe it, achieve it. I ended the seminar with a Buddhist quote about service to others.. "All the suffering in the world comes

My first ever blog post!

Hello world :) This is a new beginning. It may only be me reading this, but I don't mind because the Universe is always listening! So I will talk briefly about my first book which is coming out in the summer. It's called 'The Little Drop of Water' and it's an illustrated children's story book, following a day in the life of a drop of water. As I type, my wonderful illustrator Beidi Guo (or Betty as she likes to be called) is working on the final drawings. This is the first draft of the front cover, but it will be more detailed when it's finished. Betty is a very talented illustrator/animator and I was drawn to her work (no pun intended!) when I first saw her images on her website. Havin

Mind the GAP!

Our minds are annoyingly superb at creating a gap between the ‘here and now’ and the sparkling excitement of what we think the future will deliver. Sometimes the gap actually feels more like bottomless crevasse, which we tumble into, full of disappointment, again, that an event or material object did not deliver the happiness and contentment that we had imagined. People say it’s good to have something to look forward to and that it’s OK to be excited about the future. Practically speaking (and working with the law of attraction) it would seem more helpful to be optimistic and hopeful about the future, rather than pessimistic and fearful, but there is still a danger of creating and then fall

A poem called Hope

I wrote this poem a few winters ago. Thought it was a good time to post it, now that the Spring is really taking hold. xx Hope When the winter bites and the snow falls fast When the ice grips hard and looks here to last When everything looks bleak and dead I still hear that small voice of hope inside my head. Every tree and every flower Lie dormant, trapped by winter’s power But even when all we see is snow Those buds, those bulbs, they seem to know That one day, beyond the frozen bark They will emerge from winter’s dark And feel the warmth of Spring’s warm sun And see the joy and be the fun. So take each winters day as it comes But never lose the hope which runs Like a single thread through

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