Monday, September 7, 2020

Manifest Monday : Magnetizing people to you...

This is one of my top five spirtual books. I have read this numerous times. Everytime I come back to it, I learn something new. I saw this gem and wanted to share it with all of you. 


Creating Money by Sanaya Roman and Duane Parker is a treasure of a book. You can always find a copy of the book on eBay for a reasonable price. If you try it out this exercise, let me know your results.  I have used a slightly modified version for myself successfully. I like to adapt certain exercises or meditations to fit me better. 
Happy Manifest Monday, my friends. 

Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Happy Full Moon!

 Happy Full Moon in Pisces, my friends. For all my sun and moon Pisces babies, this is your special moon. We can all use the energy of this watery full moon for healing, dreams and love.

If you want extra inspiration on how to celebrate this full moon you can go here or here.  Like I always say, flow with your intuition on how to celebrate the Full Moon. Happy Full Moon. 🌝

Sunday, August 23, 2020

Sunday Success

Happy Sunday, my friends.  Sunday is full of bright energy just like the day star it's named after. I decided to share all my rates below with all of you for an intuitive reading. To book a reading with me you can go to my website If you have your own business,  please let me know in the comments below.  I like to support other business owners. 


Friday, August 21, 2020

I Am Affirmations

 Happy  Friday, my friends.  Here is this beautiful song that I found on instagram. Full of beautiful affirmations for your soul. Enjoy.  The artist's name is Joy Anderson. 

Monday, August 17, 2020

Happy Birthday Mae

I was trying on ebay to bid for Goodness had nothing to do with it , the autobiography by Mae.  I got outbid; I was so mad. Then I looked to see if I could find it online. Voila. I found a pdf of her whole book. I wanted to read her own words. It is a real treat to read. One of the things I liked about the book, I learned how hard she worked. Literally she was performing since she was a kid. It was fascinating and inspiring to see how she finally began to write for herself. You can see the Mae West we know come together.

Mae was really all about her work: acting, writing, performing. Just like in her movies, there was always a man or two or three around her. She loved men. She and her creativity came first. Her love of diamonds! At a certain point, she says She was happy to be able to buy diamonds, but it was nicer to get them as gifts.

Reading her autobiography, I feel like I know her a lot better. She had a special moxie that gave her courage that led her to be a star on Broadway and Movies. The one big takeaway I have from the book is that you have to know yourself. Play to your strengths. She does that.

Here are a few of my favorite quotes directly from the book by Mae.

'It wasn't what I did but how I did it. It wasn't what I said,but how I said it; and how I looked
when I did and said it."

" I became a writer by the accident of needing material and having no place to get it! At least not the kind I wanted for my stage appearances . I began to write in pencil, on assorted scraps of paper, old envelopes, anything with a blank surface. I only knew two rules of playwriting, write what you know and make it entertaining. So that's why I wrote the way I did, on a subject. I was interested in - sex."

" I have received most of them as gifts from admirers and grateful male friends. I never asked for those things, but felt it impossible to refuse a well meaning gift." 

" Make very most of whatever delightful natural advantages she may have in the way of face and figure, resolve to never, never let herself go into slovenly decline. What is important to know that every woman can have her own kind of beauty, if she is willing to look for it and try it. "

'With this kind of income, I was even paying for my jewels -sometimes. I have always felt a gift diamond shines better than one you buy for yourself." 

I hope you enjoyed my birthday post to the magnificent Mae West. Happy birthday, Mae. 

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