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Manifesting: Femifesting a Hawaii Trip

I’m so excited I can’t stop yelling, “Whaa-whoo!” I manifested/FEMifested a fully funded Maui, Hawaiian voyage! Yes! I’m going to Hawaii! As a Trekkie and Star Trek fan, I consider myself Captain of the Starship LightWorkers Gifts! I got so excited I am using a new word – FEMifest! Manifesting plus FEMifesting is the balance of male and female energy. It is Yin added to Yang bringing together amazing, limitless creativity. It is allowing, flowing and weaving fun! As a friend and student says, “All we have to do is PLAY!”

I want to share with YOU the three actions I focused on to bring this desire into my reality.

1. Speak out loud and state your desire. I used post-it notes as a reminder. I wrote it, doodled it and typed it. I affirmed my desire with my voice every time I saw a post-it note and read the words out loud. It was similar to repeating affirmations; a constant self reminder of my desire. Whenever a conversation was about Hawaii I would say aloud or to myself, “I am so excited to share a Reiki attunement in Hawaii with my dear friend/student.” It was powerful and felt awesome! I would repeatedly say it. I wrote about it as though it were a story. I would speak it while doing Tai Chi. 

2. Feel it. Visualizing my desire I aligned myself with the energy of the experience. I remembered Maui and Hana from years ago. That memory helped me to fully feel Hawaii. I visualized the sunsets, whale watching, enjoying a Blue Moon margarita and just enjoying the freedom to PLAY, laugh and have fun! I imagined once again how fresh the air smelled and the sweet smell of island plants. I visualized this at every opportunity. When doing tasks such as brushing my teeth, waiting for a text message or waiting for the computer to boot up, I imagined myself having fun in Hawaii.

3. Appreciation and letting go. I expressed appreciation for everything in my life. As I did I could feel my vibration growing. Again speaking aloud, I stated appreciation such as, “Thank-you, Thank-you! I can’t wait to start packing for my trip to Hawaii! I appreciate the opportunity to go to Hawaii with my friend and I appreciate the great time we’re going to have. I appreciate the opportunity for the beautiful spiritual journey that my friend and I will both enjoy.” Being so certain of the outcome, I let go of heavier vibrations like feeling anxious. Consciously living in the moment I would smile often at the experience I was creating.

I know these three tips brought about the manifestation/FEMifestation of my desire. I’m thrilled because I’m going to go PLAY in Hawaii! I’ll be a Hawaiian Reiki Master, Coaching, guiding and sharing my gifts with a friend and Reiki student. There will be many fun experiences for us. And a special bonus is included – I will see some old friends too!

Femifesting Rocks!

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Accepting Myself through My Dad’s Eyes

One of my fondest memories as a child was the excitement of Dad coming home and playing basketball games such as Horse and Pig. As a family, another memory is about our camping trips. For me, the campfire songs and Smores were the highlights from these trips.

Dad works in the field of Counseling and, as you know, I am a Coach. Our relationship has grown into an adult relationship where we can talk about anything. When we have a difference of opinion we’re both okay with it. We have different beliefs and live quite different lives however; he supports me and loves me for who I am. Every week I meet my Dad for lunch and just chat for a while. I look forward to seeing him every Monday.

When Dad recently had a heart attack, I took a close look at our relationship and what I learned from him. One of the biggest things Dad taught me was accepting and balancing my Yin Yang energy. I say accepting because when I consider myself, I feel I have more masculine energy, which in our social structure always made me feel less than. Thanks, Dad, for your unconditional love and really seeing me! I love you, Dad!

We are all Fathers to all children around the world!
Happy Father’s Day to all!

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