Benjamin Blackett



The new year often brings questions to mind as we seek improvement in one or more areas of our lives. Questions about our financial stability, health status, career choices and relationship status. One of the keys to an improved life is to notice our longing and discontent. Once we notice our longing and discontent, we can come to a place where we take our next step and design the life we would love living—a vibrant and healthy one.

While dietary adjustments and exercise regiments can improve our health and well-being, the real way to progress is to become clear on our purpose and what it is we would love to be, have and do. In other words, create a vision. It is not enough to have a vague vision of a ambiguous idea. Life coach and personal development expert Mary Morrissey says, “The universe thinks in pictures,” so the more specific and detailed we can make the picture, the more likely we will be able to create it.

We can begin creating our well-defined vision of a vibrant and healthy life by asking ourselves some questions. What activities am I participating in? What places am I travelling to? What am I doing for creative outpouring in the world? What kind of people am I working with? What kind of income do I have? What does abundance look like in my life? What are the gifts I am sharing with the world? What relationships am I nurturing and growing? Our detailed answers to these questions are guides to our vibrant and healthy living.

Then, once we have a blueprint for our vibrant and healthy life, we need to make the challenging step to leave behind some of our old life patterns that no longer serve us and start creating the life we desire. This is not airy-fairy fluff or just some whim; this is meta-physics, quantum physics and science that has been around for centuries.

Since the early 1900s, authors such as Wallace Waddles (The Science of Getting Rich), Napoleon Hill (Think and Grow Rich), Genevieve Behrend (Your Invisible Power), Neville Goddard (The Power of Awareness) and Ernest Holmes (The Science of Mind) have been thought- leaders in this field. Before them, we had leaders in Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau and Thomas Troward. Today, modern-day teachers such as Mary Morrissey, Bob Proctor, Les Brown and Dr. Joe Dispenza are helping us rediscover the wonders and power of manifestation and remind us that it is possible to live the life we dream of.


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