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September 18, 2006

An Experiment in Creation

One of the popular topics, especially in the New Thought and New Age communities, is manifesting a better life through the power of thought. There are dozens of popular books on the subject including some from Dr. Joe Dispenza, Ramtha, Dr. Wayne Dyer and Jerry & Esther Hicks (just to name a few).

I must confess that this ability to intentionally manifest some object or condition into being with the power of my thought is still very new to me. Nevertheless, it is something I am exploring. Can I really intentionally manifest something into being.  In theory, at least, believe it is possible. But can I really bring money or success into my life? That's what I intend to find out.

Recently I completed the manuscript to my book, The Misery Conspiracy: Reclaiming Your Right To Be Happy. So now I am working on my book proposal (kind of a business plan for books), which I will use to get an agent and ultimately a publisher. Until then I will be self-publishing some books to bring in a little income and generate some buzz. I will also be taking time each day visualizing the people who need my book (i.e. anyone who would like to be profoundly happy and peaceful regardless of circumstances) being naturally drawn to me. I see myself showering them with love and wisdom and healing energy. If Dr. Dyer and Dr. Dispenza are correct, this should produce some amazing results.

I will keep you posted. In the meantime, if you would like to purchase a copy of my book, let me know.

Peace and love,

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The Misery Conspiracy - love the title! Are you going to self-publis it? Sounds like worthwhile reading.

It seems that so often we hear what is wrong with the world, wrong with us, our relationships, our kids, our image, etc. There is so much that is 'right' but we don't hear about that. The constant din of misery in the background can wear one down.

Posted by: Steve Bogner | Oct 1, 2006 6:01:32 AM

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