Envisioning The Future – Week 5

I am really enjoying this week.  So much so, that I started sitting in my favorite spot for an entire hour instead of 15 or 20 minutes.

Excessive?

joy-dream-hopeNo. I think not.

I even started meditating at night, right before bed… for yet another hour. During this hour, I am using my CenterPointe meditation CD and it has really helped me get peaceful sleep.

And guess what?

Those nightmares… gone!  Vanished.

Replaced with great dreams of hugging Dayna and Jackie, hanging out in the pool and hot tub… over looking the ocean.  Laughing, playing in the ocean, playing golf with my husband.  It’s all good.

Perhaps this is what everyone should do?

Sitting seems to have brought peace and harmony into my inner self which is showing creativity and productivity in my outer self.  I can get more done in less time.  My inner world is kept neat… and my outer world is showing the rewards.

hammockI picture myself in that hammock, writing my book. The words flow easily.

While I am writing the book in my mind, I am thinking of all the people who will be helped by our story of recovery.

I picture our non-profit, moldsupport.org donating tens of thousands of dollars monthly to families in need of housing and medical care due to mold illness.

I picture the construction crew, the real estate investment team and my partners who work diligently to help more and more people every year. Right now, we help one person at a time… and this grows until we are able to help thousands of people escape from their toxic homes.

I am speaking around the world, and people are flocking to hear what I say. Our experience is opening the eyes of doctors, politicians, mothers, fathers, and all kinds of people from all over the world.

mindseyeRight now this is all happening in my mind… and my mind’s eye is creating it in the world without.

I have a speaking engagement next month. I have been asked to help a woman who is very ill… and I will go and help her the way I helped my family.

I am confident that the laws of the universe are being set in motion and everything I picture is already mine.

I am truly grateful for the Master Key MasterMind Alliance and taking give more get more to heart in everything I do.

There is nothing that gives me more joy than helping people and by offering my help, I am blessed with more than I could have ever imagined.

I can be what I WILL to be!

I always keep my promises,

hj-sig
 
 

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12 thoughts on “Envisioning The Future – Week 5

  1. Jim

    This is GREAT!! I need to be more forthcoming with the details in my own posting. You write brilliantly! Thank you for sharing a bit of your world within.

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  2. liselott bernhed

    I agree that the sit really should be longer. I will try to follow your example and sit longer as well.

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  3. Laurie

    Hi Heather,
    Looking forward to more authentic post from your core being. Your posts has many clichés, sometimes feels like commercials for your affiliate accounts, and I want to get to know *YOU* not the gurus you quote.
    I would be more inclined to leave more comments if I did not have to enter my contact information each time.
    Can you please have a simple comment button that does not require extra time and effort? Or point out where that feature is on your blog that I may have missed.
    Thank You!!!

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    1. Heather Post author

      Wow. That felt harsh. Cut to the quick. Thought we were avoiding opinions and greeting each person with love in our hearts. Not sure what guru I quoted? Hmm. I will take a look at the commenting… I think it only asks for Name, email and website… is that too much effort? I installed the facebook comments on a few of my blogs… maybe I’ll do that here.

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      1. Marea Adejuwon

        Heather,
        I totally appreciate your week 5 post! Knowing the history of your family, I think it’s amazing that you want to use your experiences with toxic mold to help others either already in need through your non-profit organization or by writing a book to assist them. I know the information has already done wonders for my friend. It’s been great to share your content to help his life knowing it’s not a pitch for your biz. ‘Cause then we might have to battle it out in Hawaii since he’s already in mine!!! (Hee hee!!)

        BTW, the only guru I found was Charles Haanel’s “I can be what I WILL to be”, and I put those words in everywhere!!! (Kind of like the Frank’s Hot Sauce radio commercial. :-) ) The impact it makes on my spirit is uplifting, and I really appreciate seeing them here. Heather, you CAN be what you will to be, but I see you already know that. (Compliment, not opinion. Are they one and the same? What do you think?)

        Your feelings included here make the start of a really great Press Release. I look forward to checking yours out once it’s up. I should probably get to writing mine….

        Keep laughing to keep living!!!
        Marea

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        1. Heather Post author

          Thanks Marea! I really appreciate all of your comments and it’s GREAT to hear that your friend is helped by our the short book I wrote about what happened to our family. If I can save one person the difficulties we faced, our experience was worth it! No battles in Kauai… that’s going to be a rip roaring good time!

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    2. Marea Adejuwon

      Laurie,
      I know reading someone else’s blog shows us different perspectives on our fellow classmates participating in the same program. I too have struggled with how to leave a note when I disagree with someone’s content. Short answer – I don’t. Pretty much any and all blogs I have ever been on require name, etc. It’s the way of the digital world. Again, when I end up somewhere that I prefer not to have my name connected, I simply move away from the page. I’ve been able to keep my conscience clear and my digital reputation clean. It’s been amazing! I hope those facts on my experiences are of use to anyone pondering the same scenario.
      Thanks!
      Marea

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  4. Marcia

    I cannot wait to be as good as you :) in all seriousness, your page, all your buttons, and your writing, it is awesome. I have had a lot on my plate the past month. Timing is off and I am working diligently to overcome the sorrow of losing 3 friends but I am doing it and it SHALL be done. I also am going to try and sit longer and I hope that will help me as it has helped you. Thanks Heather

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    1. Heather Post author

      Thanks Marcia… one good thing is… if things really do happen in threes… you are DONE. I pray you find a way to work through the sadness and into the light!

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  5. Mario Madej

    Heather,
    Your blog was just added to my group to follow and this is the first post that I read. I need to go back and read from the beginning to really fill in the gaps. Looking forward to this reading. Keep blogging.

    Mario Madej

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