Morning Appreciation Manifesting Routine Abraham Hicks

Some people wake up super happy, so I am sharing my morning appreciation routine, some of it is Abraham-Hicks type stuff but all of it is energy work, clearing energy blocks, and being my Highest Self.

I wanted to share some of what I’m doing–because feeling good is what I want and I know this is helping me to focus my mind in the right way to consistently have good feelings.

If I just looked at my reality, I might not be able to find happiness.  I had to not judge appearances, and realize my God Self, and really go beyond my limits.  As a mom in my early forties, I am realizing that the only thing that matters is love, and I want my new image of myself to reflect my new beliefs, which include love, appreciation, joy, happiness, peace, and especially freedom.

So, this is what I’m doing to create the good feelings (kind of like I’m invincible, and I know I am because I am eternal anyway):

1.  Wake up and appreciate what I’m experiencing right then.  Things like my bed, knowing my children are safe, that we have so many freedoms and abundance of all kinds.

2.  I write one or more paragraphs in my journal about a specific good feeling (fun, playfulness, thoughtful, caring, generous, unconditional love, clarity) and spend about 2-5 minutes writing, because as I write I am building in positive momentum, as long as I keep my words general.  For instance, “All is well, everything is always working out for me, and I am realizing my Highest Self” feels way better than, “I barely paid my bills.”  Of course, there are differences between these two statements, and reasons for choosing each.  The first speaks of unconditional faith and a knowing that all really is well because I can’t make a mistake, and all life is really perfect as is.  The second speaks of lack, which is something we all want to stay away from.  There is a story we all tell ourselves after we experience something–if you tell yourself a story of lack then you are blind to the Universal Laws that are working without permission from you.

3.  I visualize my Energy Ball, (rub your hands together and feel the energy between them) like Christie Marie Sheldon, and I put all the good feelings I want in it for myself and others. So, I just feel me planting the love, the peace, the fun, the freedom, the clarity, the abundance, the gentleness, the harmony, the cooperation, the forgiveness in the energy between my hands, and I send this energy ball to myself, then all of my family members, then all the beings in the world and universe.

You may think this is no big deal, but I assure you, it is.  To have faith in myself and my creative abilities is what God or Source wants for us.  If you are inclined, try this as well,, and share any other good morning appreciation or manifesting routine or tips you may have.

Much love and many blessings from Jen C., the LOA Coach

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Helping someone for the right reasons or the wrong reasons

Have you ever helped someone and felt great about yourself for it, like because you did it for the right reasons?  I sure have…Like yesterday, my 5 year old found a nickel and a penny and didn’t have a pocket, so she asked me to “hold” it for her and then later on at the grocery store, a man asked me for exactly 6 cents.  I quickly assessed that the six cents were meant for him, but I could easily find a quarter and handed him that instead (not wanting to upset my kids, I made sure I used “my” money).  But I felt great because I knew it was the universe at work, lining up an interesting synchronicity for me.

This could be one of many interactions where people seem to find me for answers, be it money, abundance, spirituality, or some self-learning, that I’ve seen lately.  I’m not sure what label I’ll give it, but it will be a good and empowering one.  I’ll consider it a compliment that people in my world view me as someone abundant enough to gift to others.

And, of course, there are countless other times when I wanted to give or was inspired to give, and that kind of giving feels completely different than the kind of giving when we feel obligated.  No matter what, it’s the label we give to it that matters.

If I view myself as helping someone because they are helpless or not enough, then I whatever I do, I’m not helping them at all.  If I view the other person/animal/situation as being able to help or heal themselves, or I can uplift them or the situation, that’s my only goal.  So, as Esther Hicks says, “I am happy on the way to my perfect relationships.”  Relationship with myself/God, relationships with others, relationship with money, success, time, etc.

Much love and many blessings from Jen C., the LOA Coach

Self Help Esteem Help

I love Self Help Esteem Help and the whole world of changing paradigms, shifting reality, quantum jumping, creative visualizations, and creating myself.

One thing Esther Hicks says is that “you don’t want their awareness of you, you want your awareness of you.”  Don’t let other people’s opinions of you become who you think you are.  Who you are is a being of love, peace, and freedom.  You came from an unlimited Source and you can create yourself and your environment in the same way, by changing your thoughts gradually over time.

She emphasizes using, “I love how I feel” because feeling good for no reason is one of the keys to happiness. More

Why My Kids Believe in the Idea of Santa But They Don’t Believe in Santa

Here’s a nice holiday surprise!  My little girls do not believe in Santa.  And I’m the one who made sure of it!  I’ve told them from when they were really young that Santa is really Mommy and Daddy and all the good people that want to give. And we are Santa every day, and they can be Santa also.  I want my children to grow up wanting to give, and at this time of year, it’s easy to have fun with gift giving for us, and for the charities we care about.  And since we do nurture imagination in all of our lives, this was no big deal to allow them to generously give to others for Christmas and every day.

I couldn’t bring myself to tell them a lie after doing the Santa routine with my oldest and having her lose trust in me for carrying it on.  I let her find out and get doubts and finally told her, but it was like she had a burden because we’d lied.

So, I chose to handle it differently with my two littler ones.   More