Tag: meditate

8 Reasons To Forgive The Person Who Hurt You The Most

Rather than forgive and forget, sometimes we opt for “resent and fester” because it feels so much easier to reach. But who does it hurt the most if we aren’t willing to forgive? Today, I want to offer up the thought that we are always the ones who benefit the most from our decision to

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How 3 Minutes of Meditation Changed My Life

The “M word” is everywhere these days, but once you’ve tried it – you can see why. Having to steer these human minds towards our soul’s goals will inevitably mean that we fall prey to paralysing procrastination at some point. Because as I said in the 8 Secrets of Success video, our brain only wants to

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3 Main Benefits of Daily Gratitude

Gratitude is an underrated hack for happiness. If I could retrace my steps back to when my life changed for the better, I am sure it would be the day I chose to be actively grateful at 5.40am (more on that later). Choosing gratitude is also a decision to improve your life. But like anything

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Meditate To Manifest!

By surrendering, by allowing, by embracing the present moment – you are effecting movement in that very moment of stillness. Being still to create change can feel contradictory; as though the two energies are mutually incompatible. But the energy of the Divine is still and it is also the energy of infinite creation. When we

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Remove the Ego! ⋆ We, They, You… not I

It’s not about you. Wayne Dyer said it. Louise Hay taught it. Gabrielle Bernstein felt it. Neale Donald Walsch wrote it. When I started Millennial Manifestor, I wanted to try a completely new approach. Even though I had already pursued things for passion or creativity and not just money alone, I had never pursued something that

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Don’t Procrastinate – Meditate!

At 5.45am in my morning meditation, sometimes I will take a pen to a page in my manifestation journal and ask a question that I need answering, or simply to receive any message that I need to hear. The reply which comes back to me is always intensely meaningful, profound, and sometimes plain shocking! My entry

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