Heya! Well tonight I was given a lesson in the art of manifesting and a reminder to KISS (Keep It Simple Sweetheart) by Young Master Pilcher. And in the spirit of being as straight forward as a 6 year old I've decided that what I'm manifesting. I'm living like it's already in my life and I'm not thinking, worrying, or questioning how, why, or when the Universe will deliver it. I'm working off of pure trust, just as Master A does. Don't know what I'm on about? Have a read of my lesson in manifesting from Master 6 year old: https://www.thegatewayadelaide.com/post/a-lesson-in-manifesting With the simplicity of childlike trust, have you got your thing that you plan to invite into your life?
It can be hard to find your voice in the noise of society's proclamations, whether that be in real life or on social media, we are constantly swamped with the new, the bright, the shiny. It can be increasingly hard to find your tribe and even express your perspective without judgement, criticism and in a valued manner.
We can get caught up in the flashiness of "influencers" and fancy words in memes designed to distract us from our own presence.
I've tried the social media thing, both personally and professionally and what I've discovered is that I get lost in that sea of noise. I don't want to be fighting and shouting to have my voice heard.
And I don't want you to experience that either.
So, in the hope that we can find quiet refuge, I've created this online community, a place for us all to gather, share, discuss and find solace in the support of a like-minded tribe.
If this sounds like someplace you would like to hang out, please jump in. Become a member (it's free) and tell us about yourself.
I'm all about safe spaces and non-judgement.
This is a place for your true self.
What you will get
Honesty and truth genuinely expressed
Musings and ideas
Updates on offerings and services
Thought provoking discussions
References and resources not otherwise available - for free!
What you won't get
blatant and overwhelming advertising
Censorship (see guidelines)
Narrow minded views