Category Archives: Steve Pavlina

Shifting Your Vibration to Manifest Your Desires

You are not a physical being in a physical universe. You are an energetic/vibrational being in an energetic/vibrational universe. You are both a transmitter and a receiver of energy. One of your greatest challenges as a human being is learning … Continue reading

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Overcoming Depression

Earlier this week I wrote about How to Help Negative People.  But what if you’re the one who’s feeling chronically negative?  In this article I’ll give you a process for helping yourself out of negative emotional states, not just temporarily … Continue reading

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Creating Your Vision

When you write down your goals, your primary aim is to create a new vision for what you desire to experience next in life, so that you can begin to make that vision a reality. So what do you do … Continue reading

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How to Achieve Stretch Goals

In the previous post, I mentioned that I’d share a method for achieving goals where you aren’t already a good match for the goal. For example, how do you become a millionaire if your vibe is riddled with thoughts and … Continue reading

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Why Some Goals Make You Run in Circles

Why is it that sometimes you can be really clear about a goal, make a plan to get there, and take action on it, but even after years of pushing yourself, you still have little to show for your efforts? … Continue reading

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Applying the Law of Attraction

Whoever has will be given more; whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken from him. – Mark 4:25 The Law of Attraction states that we attract into our lives that which aligns with our dominant thoughts. … Continue reading

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Dynamic Planning

One part of David Allen’s Getting Things Done system I’ve discarded is the idea of sorting next actions by physical context bins, such as phone calls, paper work, computer work, etc. Maybe that makes sense if you travel 200 days … Continue reading

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