The guilty feeling associated with desire, with going after what you want, with transforming….you know that feeling? It’s like tar on your mojo. Maybe you were raised in an environment where desire was considered a negative thing. Or your social circle constantly reinforces the message that you shouldn’t dare to bust out. And maybe you frequently feel guilty for wanting what you want — and you know that it’s causing blocks in your life… Read More
If you know how you truly want to feel in your life — then you’ve got to hook that awareness up to some action. What are you going to do this week, today, now, to feel the way you want to feel? Taking responsibility for generating your core desired feelings is one of the most creatively powerful decisions you can make… Read More
When you specify what you’re grateful for it becomes more real and sensual. And from that sincere feeling you will become more emotive — and what you emote, you attract. Envision this: For every piece of negative news that is broadcast, for every snarky-critical tweet and gossipy-link … a hundred instances of Small, Specific, Genuine (and Publicly Declared) Gratitude…
I love what Gabby is up to in the world, and when she released this book, I had a few questions for her about making miracles an everyday reality. Like: What’s the miracle mindset response to anger… overwhelm… loneliness? Read More
We must have the daring to be nothing but ourselves if we are to know what true power is. Comparison is crazy-making. It stamps on potential and truth and all the good things you might already have going for you if you weren’t so busy shadow-boxing with the people who you think have it better… Read More
This is a sonic love letter from your fellow earthlings. For best results, play on repeat and before and after every lunch break. … Read More
Sometimes it can feel like dreaming of more than what we’ve got betrays our current reality. As if to wish for something different means that we’re unappreciative of what we have. As if to long for a little less of this, or a brighter shade of that denigrates what stands in front of us. Read More
I have not known Shams or oil wells in my living room.
No inheritance, nor near death experiences.
The bird reminds me that Joy is worth dying for.
And that in my house there is so very much to worship… Read More
Gabby and I got cozy in her NYC loft for this interview, where we get into the miracle mindset, showing up (what that reeeally means), being fearful but present, and avoiding exhaustion. Watch. Read More
I have never met someone who is living a bold and successful life—and by successful I mean prosperous, kind, and in touch with the meaningfulness of what theyʼre doing — who has apologized for being perfectionistic, mercurial, unrelenting, or whatever their slightly controversial hallmark characteristics are… Read More