How To Make Stuff Happen With Your Thoughts.

What you think is what you get.

Do our thoughts create our reality?

If so then with your thoughts you should be able to create, or change, your reality.

What would you like to create right now?

What would you like to change?

And what if you could give your mind suggestions on how to do that?

What if, what if the talk you could tell yourself might be a little more positive than all the other voices you’re hearing every day.

To nudge out the other talk.

Social media.

Text messages,

The news.

Friends.

And of course, yourself.

There’s lots of talk out there, every minute, every hour, every day.

But then, what about you?

Do you ever think that maybe you, yes you, might have something important to say to your self among all the chatter you are getting.

All the time.

What about you.

And then, what are you hearing?

Is it positive?

I’m guessing it may be mostly negative.

About you.

About the world.

Let’s stop it.

Why not take control of the quality of what you’re having directed at you every day.

At your mind.

Because what you think is going to be what you’ll get.

Maybe what you’re telling yourself – and what everyone else is telling you – is creating your life.

So the question is:

What about talking to yourself.

What about changing your thoughts to what you really want to know.

Like from negative to positive.

For example, to success, prosperity, healthier, more loveable.

I know a way you can talk to yourself.

So what do you want?

Prosperity?

Health?

To be more loveable?

Take your pick.

I know where you can find the very thoughts that you would prefer to be thinking.

Thoughts you can play that talk the kind of thoughts you would like to hear.

To replace those thoughts you’d prefer not to hear.

Then choose for your self exactly what you’d prefer to hear.

Instead of all those voices you’d prefer not.

I’ve used such programs for years.

For me they work.

You really can choose the talk you talk to yourself.

Success, prosperity, health, loveableness.

This one is for finding success (RIGHT HERE).

Or do you prefer to attract health.

Luck?

Money?

Click on the link above and choose from MP3 audio downloads of those and others.

Go for it.

Love and Peace.

Neil

PS, You can enjoy my life stories in my two autobiographical books here –

Romancing Your Life & Changing the World

The Great Regency Cover-Up

Refuse To Get Old.

Why do we all hang on to the word ‘retirement’?

Like it’s a place we all go when we reach a certain age.

It’s how we all end up, at a fixed age, perceiving our world, seems to me.

Once we’ve retired that’s it.

We enter another world

A world where life is completely different.

Where we have permission to sit back and take it easy.

We quit work and enter a world where all our dreams come true.

Except that it’s the time we start to get old.

Doing nothing can mean letting our mind deteriorate through lack of exercise.

I’m talking about the mind.

What a waste.

There’s a book ‘Ageless Body, Timeless Mind’ by Deepak Chopra.

Everyone should read it.

It’s how we can stay younger healthier longer.

At least we should do something about keeping our minds and bodies going long after the ‘retirement’ word takes hold.

It’s certainly not in my vocabulary.

I wish you long life and a happy one.

Neil.

PS. Get my new bookHERE’.

A Simple Guide To A Free Daily Massage.

Can’t live without a massage.

I’ve spent half my life relaxing in a massage chair.

Just about.

I promise you, there’s nothing like a massage whenever I need one.

Which is often.

In desperation, 30 years ago, after my one man business went bankrupt, I fled to the hills in the Australian bush.

Lived in an old caravan for 5 years.

In a spa resort town called Hepburn Springs.

Half the town’s residents were massage therapists who worked at the spa complex.

Just about.

Many gave me body massages for nothing.

Which is when I fell in love.

With massage.

Can’t live without it.

It’s therapeutic.

Relaxing.

Reduces stress,

Aches and pains.

Exhaustion.

Even helps to overcome depression.

So good.

Years later I discovered the beauty of a massage chair which I relaxed in daily.

Every home should have one.

No-one should have to live without massage.

Believe me.

I know.

So if you can’t afford a live-in massage therapist, please get an electric one..

They have all kinds of health benefits.

No pills.

No further expense.

And they’re live-in.

Takeaway.

And me?

Today I live with full-time care after a spinal stenosis.

Followed by a stroke.

Ugh!

Now I can take my electric massage with me.

I can have a massage whenever I like.

Wherever I like on my body.

From where I’m sitting.

It’s one of these (RIGHT HERE).

Get one and enjoy your own takeaway body massage forever.

Forever.

Love and Peace

Neil

PS. Order your copy of my soul book ‘A True Paranormal Mystery To Change The World’ HERE.

I’ve Done Some Crazy Things In My Life.

I’ve swum at the nude beach on Fire Island off Long Island, New York, with a cute school teacher from New Jersey.

I’ve been to the Statue of Liberty.

I’ve known the delight of floating down the Grand Canal in Venice in a water taxi with an Italian nurse with the voice of Sophia Loren.

I helped to launch Animal Liberation here in Australia.

I was the first member of the Permaculture Association started in the 1970s by two academics from a Tasmanian (Australia) university.

It’s become a world phenomenon in the race to save the planet helping individuals and communities introduce a sustainable agriculture into their lives.

I was kicked off a commune a group of us started on 40 acres of land north of Melbourne in the 1970s for opposing questionable practices that would turn it into a religious sect.

I’ve sat with channels who’ve had books published of their words (for example, ‘Earth to Tao’ and ‘Tao to Earth’).

An article I wrote for a local newspaper about the Swiss-Italian gold miners who came to the Central Highlands goldfields in the 1850s was the inspiration for the annual ‘Hepburn Springs Swiss-Italian Festa’.

For a while I ran ‘The Springs Whole Health Group’ with monthly speakers on subjects ranging from hypnotherapy and reflexology to water divining and ley lines relating to health.

I’ve lived in a caravan parked by the roadside in a small country town in the Aussie bush where I became lovingly known as King of the Hippies.

On the side of a hill near a lake in the north of Italy I enjoyed an outdoor family feast of Italian food and wine served beneath a canopy of vines in a magical setting resembling a movie set.

I’ve run my own one-man freelance advertising copywriting business for over 10 years in Melbourne.

My first big ad presentation was at a week long client conference on the steamy tropical South Pacific island of Fiji.

How did I survive being left homeless, penniless, jobless and friendless when my business and I were declared bankrupt and I lost everything?

Before all of that I worked at the Melbourne office of the second largest ad agency in the world now known as McCann’s.

A campaign I created, wrote and produce for meat pies and donuts won an award at the annual National Television Society Awards in 1972.

I had a fairytale reunion with my 21 year-old daughter living on the famous Gold Coast of Australia.

I’ve been twice married, have 2 grown daughters and 3 adorable granddaughters.

I live now in a beautiful seaside resort town across the bay from the city of Melbourne where the Annual Mussel Festival and Annual National Celtic Festivals are held.

I’ve authored 4 books (not novels).

“Either write something worth reading,” wrote famous American author Ernest Hemingway, “or do something worth writing.”

I reckon that’s what I’ve done in my crazy life.

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Best wishes.

Neil