Are You, Too, Using the Wrong Litmus Test Everyday?

litmus_test  Most people use the wrong litmus test for the stories they tell as they imbue every person, place, thing, and experience with meaning and value.

Do you use this litmus test?  If you’re like most people, you invariably do because it reflects how most of us were taught our beliefs.

But you should stop using the wrong one and start telling stories according to a new litmus test that will serve you much better. Continue reading

How to Get Exactly What You Want on Your Birthday

birthday boy  Okay.  Time for a fun story that illustrates one person’s extreme commitment to telling the best-feeling, believable story possible.  (Click that link to Tweet it)

Our hero is a boy who has already figured out that the stories we tell ourselves (the value and meaning we assign to things) are vitally important because they create our beliefs.

  • And our beliefs create our expectations (unconsciously).
  • And our expectations are the vehicle for our coherence with the energy of the quantum field – which creates our material reality.
  • Hence, the stories we tell come true.

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