Create Your Life with Tasha Chen: Money Affirmations for More Cash, Profits, and Fun Living

Create Your Life with Tasha Chen: Money Affirmations for More Cash, Profits, and Fun Living

Are you ready to create the life of your dreams and experience financial abundance? Then tune in to Create Your Life with Tasha Chen: Money Affirmations for More Cash, Profits, and Fun Living on the Writestream Radio Network on Tuesday, August 8 at 8:30 AM Eastern.

During this live broadcast, Tasha’s BFF and Biz Partner Diane Bettencourt will join her to share:

  • Their Favorite Money Affirmations
  • “How” to Ask for Money So It Comes Easily to You
  • Being Rich versus Being Wealthy — and Why the Difference Matters

PLUS, they invite you to call in with your Money Attraction Questions at (347) 945-7246. Remember to press “1” after dialing in to let the producer know you want to get on the air.

Let Tasha and Diane guide you through any blocks and relationship to money issues that may be keeping your money away from you ~ tune in to Create Your Life with Tasha Chen on Tuesday, August 8 at 8:30 AM Eastern!

UPDATE: Missed the live episode? Click to listen.


The Game of Life and How to Play It

The Game of Life and How to Play It

I recently discovered the book, The Game of Life and How to Play It by Florence Scovel Shinn (1925), via the You Are Creators channel on YouTube.

GameofLifeBookIn his editorial review on Amazon, Dr. Norman Vincent Peale states, “The Game of Life is filled with wisdom and creative insights. That its teachings will work I know to be fact, for I’ve long used them myself.”

Much like The Science of Getting Rich by W.D. Wattles, The Game of Life and How to Play It explains the metaphysical principle of thoughts becoming things (because thoughts invoke a feeling/vibration), and Universal Laws including the Law of Attraction, the Law of Substitution, and The Law of Cause and Effect.  While many today would consider this New Age,  The Game of Life and How to Play It was published in 1925. Shinn, an American artist and book illustrator, became a New Thought teacher in her middle years, following in the footsteps of others like Charles and Myrtle Fillmore, co-founders of Unity Church.

To listen to an audio recording, click on this link to The Wisest Book Ever Written from the You Are Creators Channel on YouTube.


‘What If There’s Nothing Wrong?’

Join me for Writestream Tuesday on November 17 at 1 p.m. Eastern when my guest is Alison J. Kay, Ph.D“The Vibrational UPgrader:

Alison J. Kay, Ph.D. Holistic Life Coach, has just recently returned to the States from living in Asia for the past ten years. She has been a meditation practitioner for 21 years, a meditation teacher for 18 years, is an India trained, certified RYT-200 Ashtanga yoga teacher, an energy medicine practitioner for 18 years as a certified Usui Reiki Master, a certified Tibetan Adamantine Healing System Master, a certified Advanced Theta Healing Practitioner, an Access Consciousness BARS Facilitator, while also using elements of Chi Gong in the sessions. Also using Vibrational Medicine through Tibetan bowls and bells sound healing, and ailment specific, brain entraining sound frequencies during the sessions as “music,” and other vibrational medicine tools such as crystals, flower essences and essential oils, Alison has designed these holistic modalities to all synergistically compliment and compound the healing effects gained through her quite pristine, high-voltage energy medicine. Alison has also been an instructor of Chi Gong for the past 12 years. Finally, to round out the mind, body spirit trinity, Alison is a Certified ACE Personal Trainer.

She approaches her own strength training and nutrition from a holistic, mind-body and vegetarian approach – Alison has been an endurance athlete, weight trainer, pilates and yoga practitioner as a vegetarian now for 20 years; she is linked in with the raw food and vegan/vegetarian endurance athlete and longevity community within North America. This being also part of what she researched while working in Asia at an international school in Taiwan and traveling throughout Asia during her winter breaks, she learned from the ancient systems using subtle energy and nutrition for health and longevity. This rich experience has helped ground Alison’s self-care practice and her healing practice in a whole new level of power.

Alison’s way of being, and her blend of experience, skills, training and education combine to enable her to translate both the Hindu yogic and the Buddhist teachings on the nature of the human mind, and the nature of how this impacts our bodies and our lives while also using cutting edge science to support comprehension, into a clear delivery with a concise, grounded and humorous style for the Western, globalized mind that helps her students get out of their own way.

Listeners know how much I enjoy discussing metaphysical topics with expert authors in the field. I have no doubt Alison will have valuable insights to share with us and welcome you to dial in with your questions at (347) 945-7246. Be sure to press 1 so I know you want to get on the air; otherwise, I’ll think you just want to listen by phone.

Writestream Tuesday with Alison J. Kay goes live at 1 p.m. Eastern on November 17.  You can tune in via your computer by clicking on this link.


Just Believe: Commonsense Spirituality for the 21st Century – Now on Amazon!

My dear friend and Writestream biz partner Lisa Tarves’ new book is now live on Amazon! Check out Just Believe: Commonsense Spirituality for the 21st Century in Kindle and paperback.

Read my interview with Lisa at Writestream Publishing. Here’s a brief excerpt:

1. Why a new edition to Just Believe?

I published Just Believe originally in 2012 through a large, well-known self-publishing company. When the book first came out I was proud that I had finally written my story, but I wasn’t thrilled with the finished product. It lacked my personality on the front cover and even the wording on the back cover wasn’t what I wanted. I was very much on my own with this company and since I had never published before, I needed guidance as to what my options were and how the finished product would look. I didn’t get that guidance. I was an account number to them. Now that I have my own publishing company and I know all the options and possibilities, I knew I could make “Just Believe” really my own and have it totally reflect me as a person. I also have two more books that will be part of this “series” so I wanted consistency in cover design and style.

2. What do you mean by “commonsense spirituality?

Something I say often and is a big part of what I teach as a metaphysician is “common sense.” To solve most of our problems or answer our questions, all we have to do is really use our guts and things become very clear. Plus, I keep it simple in this book. I don’t make spirituality out to be the complicated subject that many authors do. I want it to be something anyone reading can relate with and understand.

3. Are there new things readers will learn about you and your work?

Yes. I hit a wall in 2014 early 2015 and questioned everything. I questioned my faith and had to decide if I still myself believed. It no longer mattered that I had amazing spiritual and metaphysical experiences throughout my life, I questioned everything. I explain what happened in the Preface to the book.

Read the rest of the interview at Writestream Publishing.

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