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Getting Through The Unthinkable

I wasn’t sure what I wanted to write about this week as everything felt a bit trite after last week’s share. I thought about writing about the positive mind since I just taught a workshop on that last night. Or about writing about how to reconnect to the “joy” in your life after listening to a pretty annoying (but super helpful) podcast about it.

I thought about writing about the “WHY GOD WHY!?” moment I had collapsed in my stairwell this weekend and how I pulled myself out of it by using the tools in the Joy podcast: “Find the things that bring you joy and do more of them in your life” (duh). Apparently what brought me joy was putting together a rad outfit and fun makeup and hair and going out with my friends to see a dirty rock n roll show and running into a bunch of exes while looking fly. Zing!

But as I started to write all of those posts, they just felt a bit flat. I don’t know why I didn’t want to write about any of that. And instead all I kept thinking about were the emails from people in the past couple weeks who have responded to my last two posts about my breakup and not feeling like my shiny self.

I kept thinking about the email I got forwarded from a well-known blogger who had her own “surprise!” breakup and how she’s coping with it, including creating a killer Spotify Playlist and how she’s not calling it a “break-up” but rather a “break-upgrade” (hell yeah sister) and listening to songs that would make anyone want to stand taller, stronger, and occasionally smash things.

I kept thinking about the people I know in my life who are going through extremely difficult things like divorces, cancer, being ghosted by people they love, caregiving, chronic illnesses, the loss of their jobs, miscarriages, CPS issues, and just being so sad that all they want is a “dad hug” (me too girl…me too).

And then I think about how all of these people still get up every morning and take care of their kids, reach out for help, reach out to others to help them, volunteer their time, get their needs met, sing songs, write poetry, go to therapy, go to doctors appointments and put their hearts on display for everyone to see and I think about how brave and courageous and incredible that is.

That people in the world can be in so much pain and still show up with beauty and grace and still give to others and go on living in the face of so much hurt. We are all so much stronger than we realize.

Continuing to get up each day while you’re grieving is courageous. Lending a helping hand to someone else when you’re suffering yourself is compassion personified. Showing up for yourself and your loved ones when you have to duck into the bathroom to sob now and again takes strength. And I just keep seeing that over and over in my life.

No one gets out of here unscathed, but we can make it all a lot easier on ourselves and each other while we’re here by loving ourselves and loving others. So I guess this post is to say THANK YOU.

Thank you to the people who have reached out and said “me too” and “you’re not alone.” Thank you to every person who is or ever has been in pain and has kept going. Thank you to the people who are still there for their kids even when they are going through the unthinkable. Thank you for showing the world and me and everyone around you that pain doesn’t have to mean the end of anything but rather an opportunity to experience more goodness in the world. The bright side of things. The light in the darkness.

I still do want to share with you the info about the Positive Mind that I taught in my workshop because it applies here too since it’s all about how to see the light in our lives even amongst the dark. I made a video for you that explains this and I share a meditation for it in case you need a little extra boost of lightness. Check out this video to find out why the Positive Mind (and Negative Mind for that matter) is so important.


The Positive Mind Meditation

This practice opens the heart center and the feelings of the positive self. It is a gesture of happiness. The hand mudra became a symbol for blessing and prosperity.

Posture: Sit with an erect spine. Curl the ring finger and little finger into each palm. Bend the thumbs over top of them to lock them into place. Keep the first two fingers straight. Bring the arms so the elbows are by the sides, and the hands are by the shoulders with the two fingers of each hand pointing  straight up. Bring the forearms and hands forward to an angle of 30 degrees from the vertical. Press the shoulders and elbows back firmly but comfortably. The palms face forward.

Eyes and Mental Focus: Close the eyelids. Roll the eyes up gently and concentrate at the brow point, the Third Eye area at the top of the nose where the eyebrows would meet.

Breath: Create a steady, slow, deep, and complete breath.

Mantra: Mentally pulse rhythmically from the brow point out to Infinity the sounds: Saa taa naa maa

Saa is Infinity. Taa is Life. Naa is Death. Maa is Rebirth/transformation. This describes the cycle of life. This kriya brings a total mental balance to the psyche. The entire mantra means, “I meditate on Truth, Truth that I am.”

Time: Try it for 40 days. During that time eat lightly and speak only truth directly from your heart. Practice for 11 to 62 minutes. (or whatever gets you on your mat to do it)

To End: Inhale deeply and exhale three times. Then open and close the fists several times. Relax.

© The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan

Here’s me explaining it.

So now I want to know…where do you sit right now? Are you collapsed in a stairwell experiencing the unthinkable? Are you feeling strong and reaching out to those who need help? Or are you both? Leave a comment below and let me know what you do in times of challenge to help you get through. Either way, thanks for showing up today and every day.

And lastly…do you know someone who is strength personified? Or someone who swoops into help when they are needed? Share this with them to say thanks. XOXO

P.s. Here’s a pic of my super fun ladies night.

Her breath on my neck and I could have sworn it was….

Last night, my dog breathed on my neck as she nuzzled up to me on my pillow and I could have sworn it was him. 

Her warm breath on my neck after a deep inhale and a big sigh. The breathing…in and out…as our ribs ebbed and flowed against each other in the same rhythm. The warmth from our bodies snuggled up together. And for a second, I thought it was a person next to me.

The last person who was next to me exactly two months ago today. One minute being the ribs moving in and out next to mine and the breath on my neck and the next minute completely gone, as if it never even happened.

Vanished.

Like a magic trick.

And like in magic, you’re left wondering…how did he do that? How did he just disappear? And you stare in disbelief while trying to retrace his steps, and yours, looking behind every curtain, not knowing which sleight of hand you missed, or what was happening underneath it all while you were looking elsewhere.

It was a sunny Saturday when he came to get his stuff, every item of his waiting for him in a trash bag in the laundry room. Clothes that I had folded and put into his section of the closet so many times before, a big tub of honey he had brought over, silly items like frozen peas and a tray of change, giving them all back to him. Not because I don’t like money or honey or peas, but because I don’t want to be reminded of him and how sad and disappointed I feel every time I see those things in my house.

“I don’t want this to end,” I said as we hugged.

“I can’t give you what you want,” he said before he turned away and walked through the garage for the very last time.

That was the last time I heard from him or saw him in two months.

Which is surprising because up to that point, we were planning our lives together.

Coming up with a nighttime routine for the kids. Holding hands across the table at dinner. Staring into each other’s eyes before bed. Just days before about to book tickets to California for Christmas and joking about next year’s Halloween costume, negotiating a trip to Ireland in March and what to make for dinner for the kids the following week. And then one small fight about plans and a two hour phone conversation later, it was over.

Now, all traces of him in a trash bag in the back of his car. And my dog on his side of the bed reminding me that there used to be breath on my neck from a person who I thought really loved me. But never actually did. Another magic trick I must have missed while I was looking somewhere else. 

Breakups are hard because they poke at the most tender places inside of us. The places where our biggest fears live that beg the questions…”am I not a lovable person? Am I not good enough? Did I do something wrong? Why don’t they want me?” They make us feel unwanted and broken. They show us that our biggest fears might be true…could be true.

And so you try hard not to, but you spin anyway in the aftermath, always looking for some proof that you mattered and weren’t insignificant and all that time loving and caring wasn’t wasted. Wanting proof that you’re someone worth missing. But they don’t give that to you.

And I’ve been thinking a lot about this stuff for the past two months, I’ve realized something I’ve tried to learn before, which is that getting validation would be really nice and would feel good, and in those moments late at night with Gia in my bed, I want it so badly, but needing it from them in order to feel ok perpetuates a bigger issue, which is that you don’t already know it within yourself. We’re often told that it isn’t anyone else’s job to make us feel whole and worthy and lovable, that that’s our job in life. That is never so apparent as it is when you have a broken heart and an ex who just disappeared.

It forces us to see that it’s our job to love and honor and appreciate ourselves so so much that even when a breakup happens, it doesn’t make us feel unworthy and broken. It might be tender, but we can still stand strong knowing that we did our best and are wonderful and worthy and incredible and sometimes, things just don’t work out because they aren’t meant to for whatever reason we often don’t know until later. Easier said than done…trust me, I know.

Loving myself wholeheartedly isn’t natural to me. I grew up with a story of being abandoned. I took on the story that I wasn’t worth sticking around for. That I’m super special, only part of the time, and ultimately, when I really need you, you can’t or won’t be there for me. That’s my go-to her-story that I play out in every relationship.

But this time I’ve been focusing on the other piece…of loving and accepting myself. Of finding those places in myself that feel good and special and worthy all on their own. Of filling my own bucket when I ask the question “Am I a lovable person?” Working on knowing in my heart that I am. When I do this, it makes me feel better. And so late at night, when I feel sad or scared or abandoned, I put my hand on my heart and I say “I love you I love you I love you” over and over again until I start to feel it.

I didn’t want to share this story with you because it makes me feel like a failure (again) in the one area I care the most about…love and relationships. But I vowed to be more honest in case you’re going through something in your own life that feels hard and tender, so I can share anything that’s been helping me, in case it can also help you.

I’ve been spending 30 minutes a day, every day in a meditation focusing on self-compassion, which comes in handy when I want to go down the spiral of how unlovable I am. And I can’t say that it’s going perfectly for me, I’m still sad, and hurt sometimes, but I can say that it is helping a TON and that the spirals are less severe. That the good days are more frequent. The lows don’t last as long. Change takes some time.

And so I don’t know what you’re going through in your own life, but if you’ve ever felt caught off guard by a breakup, or felt like your life suddenly changed in a way that you weren’t expecting or wanting know you are not alone. Know that it won’t always feel like this. Know that there are things you can do to feel better. And maybe…this meditation can help you feel loved and ok despite everything…it is for me. 

See the meditation below. And if this post resonated with you at all, please share in the comments below and share it with anyone you think needs to see it.

Here’s to filling our own cups,

Sally

COMPASSION MEDITATION

Compassion gives you the strength to go through suffering and yet, feel no pain. There is absolutely no grace without compassion. Read the translation and if “God” doesn’t resonate with you, use Universe or whatever does. Whatever higher power that helps you.

Posture: Sit in Easy Pose with your spine straight.

Mudra: Cross the middle fingers over the index fingers of each hand. Place thumbs on mounds of your pinky finger, which is just at the base of the pinkie.

Mantra: Sing with a lyrical version of Rakhay Rakhanahaar.

I use this one:

Eyes: Closed.

Movement:

On the first line of the mantra, bring the hands up and press the left hand over the right press over your heart center.

On the second line of the mantra, lower the arms so the wrists rest on the knees.

Continue alternating in this way, but keep the hands at the chest for the last line that repeats twice.

Then briefly lower and raise them again for the first line.

Rakhay rakhanhaar aap ubaariun

Gur kee pairee paa-eh kaaj savaariun

Hoaa aap dayaal manho na visaariun

Saadh janaa kai sung bhavjal taariun

Saakat nindak dusht khin maa-eh bidaariun

Tis Saahib kee tayk naanak manai maa-eh

Jis simrat sukh ho-eh saglay dookh jaa-eh

Jis simrat sukh ho-eh saglay dookh jaa-eh

Translation:

God (or Universe) himself is looking out for us,
gives us the light, and takes care of our affairs.
God is merciful and never forgets us.
God guides us, giving us good people to help us.
God does not allow hurt to come to us.
I take comfort in the thought of God.
When I remember God, I feel peaceful and happy
and all my pain departs

(Briefly lower the hands and then continue.)


Time:
 Continue for 31 minutes. (or as little as feels good to you…I recommend 7 for newbies)

The Teachings of Yogi Bhajan ©2008

P.s. Here’s the cutie keeping me warm at night…

He said this over curry…

“I just don’t want to see you lose your shine” he said over a shared plate of chicken curry.

And he would know a thing or two about my shine…he’s seen my shiniest days as the lead singer/magic-maker/co-creator of my band. He saw me hit the rockstar pose every night. He saw a line of people wanting me to sign their cd’s. He saw me woo management and labels and become besties with the biggest rockstars on the planet and not bat an eye when we opened up for Bon Jovi. He saw me come alive on stage and then he saw me stand on my own stage once the band ended and I created the Wildheart Revolution, traveling around the globe while creating my business from the beach and from an RV letting the wind take me wherever I wanted to go with freedom, wildness and heart.

And so when he told me that, I knew he was seeing something that had been there for awhile…the sun setting more and more each year. It was true.

“Believe me brother…I don’t want to lose it either.” I thought to myself.

It has been about five years since that sun was at its brightest with a thriving business, living in my dream city, just coming off of two years of my dream travels, having already reached every goal I had set for myself, and plans for so much more. I felt like I had the whole world at my fingertips and my best life ahead of me, truly. I felt accomplished, beautiful, creative, healthy and happy.

Five years since that and as I sit here today, I wonder “is my best life behind me?” Just saying that out loud pings my heart with a feeling of loss and grief.

Loss and grief.

Emotions that I have felt a lot in these last five years, and also emotions that have contributed to me giving up writing about my life, beginning the process of my sun setting.

Writing has always been a way for me to express myself and feel connected to other people. A much easier way than conversation or art or even music. Feelings and experiences right there on the page. Never quite knowing if someone even reads it. Feeling delighted when they do and they say “thank you for writing that…I don’t feel so alone now.”

But about five years ago I stopped writing and sharing, mostly because overall, I didn’t want the life I had anymore, Things changed. Traumatic things happened that I didn’t know how to deal with and definitely couldn’t share about. Scary things. Things that involved lawyers and hyperventilating in a bathroom. Things that felt too hard to hold on my own, and so I gave it all up.

And in that time I moved to another state to be with someone and it didn’t work out in a really big way, I had to fall completely apart not knowing if the pieces would ever come together again, I got (and still have) a huge flare up in my chronic illness that completely debilitates my life and prevents me from doing the things that I feel like make me “ME,” I dated, got into another relationship, got dumped, felt embarrassed and defeated and still haven’t had that “comeback” I’ve been waiting for so I could show you all how I did it. I’m en route to my Rocky-style victory. I hope.

So…I didn’t write.

And I realized, sitting across the table at Indian food with the person who has become my mirror, that part of my sun, is in sharing truth. It always has been. It’s in sharing those shameful moments, those embarrassing experiences, those “I know we all do this but no one talks about it” bad habits that makes us not feel so alone. It’s also in sharing the victories and the triumphs and the ways we are strong and how we pick ourselves back up. And that is valuable. It is what the Wildheart Revolution is all about…being truthful about who you are and what you want and having the courage to say it.

That is why we love the songs we love or like the art we do…they speak to something we’re feeling and can’t say ourselves. And I’ve been missing being a guest at that party. Even if I’m coming to the party now a little more shy, a lot more road-weary, and a little more wounded.

So I have vowed to myself to share more stories this year. For me but also for you in case you’ve been feeling what I’ve been feeling in life…sometimes absolutely heartbroken, or just broken, and sometimes ecstatic and joy-filled. Sometimes “don’t wanna get out of bed” and sometimes “dance in the car.” As Brene Brown says…

“When we hear someone else sing about the jagged edges of heartache or the unspeakable nature of grief, we immediately know we’re not the only ones in pain. The transformative power of art is in this sharing. Without connection or collective engagement, what we hear is simply a caged song of sorrow and despair, we find no liberation in it. It’s the sharing of art that whispers…‘You’re not alone.’”

So consider this your whisper.

You’re not alone in your pain, your grief, your strength, your joy, your love, your shame, your vulnerability, and your striving to be better.

You’re not alone in your prayers, your hope, your faith, your fear, your hopelessness, your triumph and your doubts.

I am so thankful that you’re here.

I am so excited for my first share, next week. It involves warm breath on my neck, late at night. Stay tuned.

Did this resonate with you? Have you felt less shiny too? Have you been afraid to share yourself? If so, leave a comment below. Like Brene Brown said, it’s in our sharing that releases us.

And of course, if you liked this, please feel free to share.

Here comes the Sun,

Sally

P.s. Click here to see my curry comrade and I play a super pretty duet.

Why do I even care?

As you know by now, I have a 40 Day Meditation Challenge coming up called Enchanting and Magnetic Personality meditation. I want to share a story with you but in case you don’t want to read all the way to the end I want you to know that TODAY IS THE LAST DAY OF EARLY BIRD PRICING, which means that as of 6 pm PST tonight, the price will go up $50.

Now that that’s out of the way…back to the story… :)

As I was thinking about what I really wanted to share with you today, I realized I wanted to talk about WHY. Why am I doing this?

Why am I putting together a meditation course for you (which let me tell you…most people don’t jump at the idea of meditating…it’s not exactly something sexy to sell you like a business course or a “find the ONE!” course)?

So…why do I even care?

And as I was thinking about this, I came across this picture of myself that was taken over three years ago. I can remember the moment like it was yesterday… (btw #nofilter)

You probably wouldn’t guess by looking at it, but this picture was taken during a really overwhelming and hard time of my life.

My business had grown by three times in a really short time which was absolutely incredible in a lot of regards, but it also had me so busy and stressed that I was hardly sleeping, seeing friends, getting help, or talking to my family. I kept trying to hire people to help me and I just found myself tossing thousands of dollars out the window. At the same time I had a broken heart that I couldn’t seem to shake and didn’t have the emotional stamina to keep my business running. It felt like everything was falling apart and about to explode. I felt lost.

Right around this time my friend told me to check out this thing called Kundalini yoga. “I think you’d like it” he said. And so desperate to find anything that would help me, I found a class in town and went to it and IT BLEW MY MIND.

Within the first hour I was bawling. I didn’t know exactly why, but I knew I couldn’t (and didn’t want to) stop it. It was like all this stuff I had been hanging onto my whole life was finally getting released.

Things became clear that were hazy before. I had access to my emotions and myself that I had never experienced. I had a tangible tool to get me through specific emotions. And I felt like there was something I could DO to feel better.

So I decided to take on my very first meditation 40 day challenge (which was about 39 days longer of meditating than I ever had been able to do up to that point) and picked a meditation that I thought sounded awesome. It was called “enchanting and magnetic personality” which was supposed to make me irresistible to my dreams and bring new unexpected friends and opportunities my way.

Within a month a complete stranger had gifted me a motorcycle, I got free backstage passes to a show I really wanted to see, I had my first $20,000 month, 22 women from all over the US and Canada flew to Montana to join me at my first ever live Wildheart Retreat, and two people stepped in to run my entire business for a whole week so I could be completely “off” with no computer and no phone.

This pic was taken during that week. All I did was read and lay in my hammock and go to yoga and drink green juice and go mushroom hunting and see rock shows and go to the hot springs and get lost on a back road with a cute guy on the way to the hot springs. When I see this pic I see the clarity in my eyes. The absolute surrender. I was a magnet.

So what does this have to do with you? Well…everything.

I wasn’t always the type of person to bring things to me. And I definitely wasn’t always the type of person to meditate. In fact, I thought it was stupid and so boring. But I’ve seen what is possible when you commit to do something that is helpful for you in your life, and you do it regularly.

$20,000 months are great. But what is even greater is that I’m a better person now. I’m more loving to my family. I’m more honest with my loved ones. I’m more direct in my communication. I’m more clear on what I want. I’m less focused on getting people to like me and more focused on just being who I am. And all of these things combined make me a magnet for opportunities.

And by being this way, good things seem to come to me and I feel so grateful.

I truly believe that the more people feel these ways, the better we will be to the people in our lives. Which then has a ripple effect on the planet. When we are kinder, more fulfilled people, we contribute more kindness to the world. And the more we do that, the better the world will be and the less we will all suffer. And that is my greatest goal in life.

So why am I doing this?

Because I truly believe it can change the world, your world, and the world of everything and everyone around you. It only takes one person to be better to inspire a whole nation. It only takes one decision to change the entire landscape of your life. Is that person going to be you?

Today is the last day of Early Bird pricing. Don’t let today pass wondering what could have happened if you said yes.

Worried about the time commitment? (it’s only 7 minutes a day) Worried about the money? (it’s less than your grocery bill and will last far longer) Worried it won’t work for you? (well it DEFINITELY won’t if you don’t try it)

Get all the info you need to join us and get your questions answered by clicking right here. You don’t have to just “wish” for your dreams. There is actually something you can DO. And you’ll be doing it together with me and a bunch of incredible Wildhearts who want the same thing that you do…a great life.

Early Bird ends tonight at 6 pm PST. Say yes.

Love,

Your Manifesting Sister

P.s. If you are like “I REALLY need this in my life but I literally can’t pay rent right now” reply to this email and let me know and I’ll see what we can do. But don’t do that if you technically do have the money but you’re not willing to spend it here.

Enchating & Magnetic Personality Meditation open NOW (time-sensitive bonus below)

A few years ago I was at the height of the Wildheart Revolution online coaching community where I talked to people all day every day about the various aspects of their challenges.

And as I learned more about what everyone was going through, I noticed that there was still something missing.

Now don’t get me wrong…coaching is INCREDIBLE and I believe in it with my whole (wild)heart. But what I came to realize was that it wasn’t the whole picture. That there were perhaps some things that we can’t get to, simply by talking about them, reading books about them or watching webinars about them, rather that there needs to be a deeper understanding of ourselves and the energy around us that governs our lives in order to make real change.

In other words, we need to know ourselves and be in cahoots with that-which-is-bigger-than-us.

It was at this point that I decided to make it my mission to find this thing that would help us all do that, in a way that is tangible, practical, simple, and anyone could do in less than 10 minutes a day.

To be fair…this wasn’t entirely altruistic. At the time I felt completely overwhelmed with my life and business, lost, and completely broken hearted from a recent breakup. I was “down in the dirt” (as they say), and needed to find something to lift myself up.

Little did I know that this journey of discovery would lead me to one of my own biggest personal joys in life (teaching Kundalini meditations), but also teaching something that has the ability to change people’s lives in a real and tangible way.

“What I loved about the meditation is how deep I went. I wasn’t expecting to do any releasing or have it impact my life in such a profound manner. So simple yet it really took me to my core. It changed my life by getting to the core belief that limited me and impacted my whole life. Through this awareness, I can now start living my life from a different place – more loving and compassionate towards myself. -Sarah G.”

“I feel excited to have connected with a meditation type that enhances my mental balance and which also puts aside time to visualise my dreams, goals and intentions. It feels really productive in a super zen way.” – Ballantyne H.

There’s a reason yogis have been doing this for thousands of years. It WORKS. And not just for monks on a mountain, but for everyday folks like you and me.

So then why don’t we all do it? Why don’t we all have a daily meditation practice?

Well…it’s because it seems hard. It seems like it takes too much time. It feels boring. We all feel like we’re “doing it wrong” because we can’t “clear our minds” which let’s be honest…NO ONE CAN (not even the Dalai Lama). And it’s because we don’t have proper instruction and enough support and encouragement.

That is…until NOW.

I’ve created the perfect container to get your meditation practice solid. Even if you’re not sitting around thinking “You know…my life would be a lot better if I meditated”, you’re probably saying “Why the hell don’t I have what I want YET…I’ve been doing all the right things for years…I’ve been reading the books and taking the courses, talking to my therapist/coach/shaman/astrologer…it should be here by now, and I’m tired.”

Well…what if this is the missing link?

What if this is the thing that is going to turn it all around?

What if this is the thing you haven’t tried yet?

Even if you’ve meditated before…you haven’t meditated like THIS. I mean…who else is going to teach you to be “Enchanting” and “Magnetic” and explain it all in a way that your 4 year old daughter or 90 year old grandma could understand?

“I always thought meditation wasn’t for me, but know I feel like it’s about the right meditation. It’s also made me feel like I am in control of how I feel and what I want. Having the accountability, daily check ins, Q&A etc was really useful and supportive, it was nice having a feeling that we’re all in it together. Sally is so approachable and easy to chat to especially as I was such a beginner.” – Vicky C.

So here’s what I want to say to you…

If you’re really ready to attract your dreams to you…

If you’re tired of asking God/Universe why you’re still suffering and struggling…

If you want to be happier…

If you want something you don’t yet have…

If you don’t want to approach 2019 and be exactly where you are now…

Then join us for the next 40 Day Meditation Challenge called “Enchanting and Magnetic Personality.”

Why should you join us?

Because it’s 2018, and it’s the year you’re creating and calling in the next level of your amazing life.

The life that you’re preeeeeeetty sure is on it’s way, but you don’t want it to take its sweet ass time getting here.

And so you need a little faith boost, a little supercharge to draw all that you desire closer and closer to you.

That’s exactly what this meditation is for.

Imagine having a simple daily practice that was all about making you enchantingly irresistible so that you magnetize all that you desire straight to you…

Enter: Your Enchanting + Magnetic Personality Meditation

You’re probably thinking, “wait, what exactly is this??”

It’s a (super-quick!) kundalini yoga meditation that we’ll practice together, daily for 40 days (in as little as 7 minutes a day), that has the specific effect of giving you an “enchanting and magnetic personality.”

The day after I started this meditation the first time, a complete stranger gave me the exact motorcycle I had been wanting. For free. A complete stranger. So I know this works.

And because both me and the Universe like to reward quick decision makers who say YES to their best lives,, I am giving this to you today at an EARLY BIRD price. But you’ll want to hop on it now since this price is only here for two days. By end of day Friday, we’ll be back to regular pricing.

So if you’re ready to be a magnet for all those wishes and desires you held for yourself on New Years, head on over here and grab your EARLY BIRD spot to our next meditation challenge.

I can’t say what specifically will happen for you, but I can say if you commit to this and commit to yourself, your life will be better than when you started.

See you on the inside!

Sally

Wildheart Revolution