What's this about?
Contrast, as we've said before, is crunchable.
What we mean by that is this:
Whenever you discover the difference between what you have and what you want...
You've found a powerful opening where you can use the power of your imagination and intention...
To creatively manifest more of what you desire.
This is not something new.
You actually do this all the time.
The point of this series of conversations is to remind you of that power and to offer you some practical suggestions for using crunchable contrast to further refine and define what you are having.
This contrast might be:
* Not seeing as much cash as you would like to have in your wallet or in the bank...
* Noticing that you are not enjoying your relationships as much as you intend...
* Feeling that your creativity and self-expression isn't flowing as you would like them to...
* Experiencing your body, your health, and your wellbeing in a way you don't like...
By bringing your attention to the contrast you are having, you are giving yourself a powerful opening for intending and allowing more of what you desire to have.
Again... this is nothing new.
However... what you might find in this series... is a new way of welcoming the crunchable contrast and using it in the way that is powerful and immediate and utterly helpful.
March 28, 2020: Creative manifestation and contrast.
March 28, 2020: What about the contrast I have with relationships and money?
Here's what happened in this event
Saturday: March 28, 2020
|Conversation #1: Creative manifestation and contrast.||18:18|
|Question #1: What about the contrast I have with relationships and money?||10:47|
|Question #2: What about my son?||12:21|
|Question #3: My work relationships.||24:50|
Sunday: March 29, 2020
|Conversation #2: Allowing the contrast.||19:19|
|Question #4: I feel this discomfort in my body when I'm walking.||9:46|
Monday: March 30, 2020
|Conversation #3: Using the specifics of contrast.||15:13|
|Question #5: I'm not sure about my relationship.||17:10|
|Question #6: I could have done better with my ex-husband.||7:40|
Tuesday: March 31, 2020
|Conversation #4: The practicality of contrast.||20:47|
|Question #7: I wasn't able to do what you suggested.||19:56|
Wednesday: April 1, 2020
|Conversation #5: Using contrast to weave a new reality.||15:01|
|Question #8: We spent some time alone together.||9:09|
|Question #9: I like his books.||8:47|
|Question #10: I'm afraid to go to the grocery store.||7:32|
Thursday: April 2, 2020
|Conversation #6: Contrast is happening for you.||19:16|
|Question #11: My spouse got called away to work for a while.||10:58|
|Question #12: I did what felt better.||2:39|
|Question #13: I failed.||14:43|
Friday: April 3, 2020
|Conversation #7: Embracing the contrast that is here to help you.||13:51|
|Question #14: My son enjoys getting under people's skin.||12:43|
|Question #15: The anger behind the judgment.||16:49|
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