Monday, 30 March 2020

The best law of attraction gurus to follow

My law of attraction journey was a shocker! I had NO idea that life could be like this!

Many of the people I have followed along the way have inspired me greatly. I wanted to share with you the links to read their stuff, follow their teachings, listen to their guided meditations and anything else you can get your hands on. 

See my video here - why do I love these guys?

Now more than ever, I would encourage you to deepen your thinking around mindset and thoughts becoming things.

If you wanted to see any of these people, read their books or watch their stuff on youtube, you will begin to understand deeper and deeper the way to manifest things for you. Please remember that I am not trying to convince you that I have got it right all of the time! Definitely not – I’m human!

Abraham hicks – ask and it is given

Jim Carey book -

Oprah and Jim Carey the cheque for ten million dollars) 

Louise Hay – You can heal your life

Oprah Winfrey books

Oprah and Wayne Dyer (this is incredible!)

And another juicy one about how to create and manifest.

My Law of attraction book on amazon:

My website for updates of when the new books are out!

wishing you much love

Louise xoxo


Sunday, 29 March 2020

a day in the life - the nicest mothers day - despite Covid-19

The pandemic of Covid-19 saw Mothers day in the UK quickly become a very unusual affair. 

Restaurants were closed, shops were closed too. Those children who were well organised had sorted cards and gifts; I wasn't a well-organised child. My mum was given a notelet card with a praying Buddha on it with words written inside.  I mean, it was the best I could do really considering I am unwell and couldn't really get to the shops. 

But my children were very well organised and I was super impressed. 

This Youtube video we created on the day before lockdown made me smile.

I woke to smiling faces and a choral, 'happy mothers day,' followed by the lovely smell of English breakfast being cooked downstairs. 

The twins then suggested we take a trip to the coast, while social distancing (this was before the lockdown) but they weren't sure I was up to it (in the thick of pneumonia).  I decided I thought it would do me good. I love the beach; just love it. The sun was shining beautifully and although it was cold, I knew if we wrapped up it would be fresh, bracing, blow away the cobwebs and generally create a feeling of well being.

Make shift starbucks (they are all closed) and my son doing the driving

There is something about this beach which I love and I'm not really sure why. It was the beach we always went to as children and part of it fills me with horrific memories. My mum always used to brush the sand off my feet too roughly and it hurt.  There was a sink where we used to fill up our plastic beakers to drink from - I'm not sure if this is the same sink, it looks like it, but that would make it about 40 years old!

That sink.

Where we usually get our coffee

The wind was breathtaking and we felt cold.  We didn't stay that long but just enough to fuel my beach addiction.  Nathan suggested we head somewhere else.  I chose trees to walk in and we headed back home to our local special nook.

Oast houses in the distance

We got home and made drinks.  Then to my utter shock, there were cards, presents and flowers! Really impressed that the twins had gone to such extremes to make me feel like the best mother in the world.  Blessed indeed.


Saturday, 28 March 2020

Week 1 of lockdown - Life has gone missing

"Take a sparkler, take a sparkler!" I said through a gravel throat with excitement. 

The NHS were enjoying our applause on the doorsteps as we felt a lump in our throats. More than ever, they were stepping up to the plate while some of us feel like we want to complain about the shopping situation or the lack of 'usual routine'. 

It's hard not to miss your usual life, isn't it?  The people you are used to seeing are gone. Those who greet you with warmth and help you smile through the day, gone. This is only week one.  We have many more to go.  I wonder what the feeling will be at the end of all this. 

A journey, a ride, white knuckles. Up and down with emotions.  Harley snores so loudly, my patience with him is tested and Jasmine runs to the rescue to take him from my bed, onto hers.  He's unaware. 
My medication changes things, changes me. The room spins, my eyes struggle to focus, my stomach in knots, unable to eat.  

Alone, I wonder if I will be me again.  At the end of this, things will have changed, for sure. I will be well again, my house, sorted, ready for the renovations to start. This is a good thing, a fabulous focus.  Rather like the writing project that I'm gathering with some other incredible writers. 

White knuckles. Gripping on.

Hoping for the thrill at the end of the ride.  What will be there? Travel? Work? Adventure? Happiness? A pot of gold at the end of the rainbow? 

Instagram stories and retweets show others having good days and bad too. 

No need to set the alarm clock. Pillow thoughts allow me to chose what tomorrow will bring. It's not all bad, for sure. Being home, comfy, fed; all nice. 

Some parts of life have gone missing. Will things ever be the same again? 

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