How to Wish Well

There are probably as many ways to wish as there are stars in the sky to wish on. Okay, maybe that’s an exaggeration.  I like to think that there are many paths to the same destination, and that I don’t need to twist anyone’s arm to follow me, because my path may not be the right path for them.

That said, Noelle talks about a Wishing method by Pearsall that I want to share with you, just in case you’re looking for a method.

— First, chill.  (I paraphrased from “sit down, shut up and calm down”)

— Next, pick a wish target — something alive to connect and resonate with (I think so that you raise your mood — I really mean your vibration, but some will like mood better)

— Then close your eyes, breathe deeply and abdominally

— Put your left hand over your heart, and then your right over your left (I bet if you read the Pearsall book you’d find out why this works best)

— Exhale and whisper your wish, using 8 short words

Can you change any of the above and still get your wish?  Well, what did I say above about paths? I want to read the Pearsall book.  I am loving Noelle’s book.  I actually finished it, and think it’s one of the best books I’ve read all year.  Noelle does get what she wants, and she stays optimistic and open to possibilities.  But you should read it to find out how everything transpires.

Where I fall short in the wishing department is to first get really clear about what I want. My next hurdle is that I think sometimes I don’t deserve my wishes.  I also think that wishes are more successful when they are focused on the positive, and not the negative.  Last, when I am expecting my wish to occur and I am hopeful, then it seems more likely that it will occur. Happy Wishing!

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