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Seed of life

Tuesday Tips: 9 Ways to Blossom Right Now

Seed of life

Welcome to Tuesday Tips, the weekly digest of life design tricks and techniques. All of my suggestions come down to practicing the same idea: don't worry, be happy! As Alan Watts says, "Basically, there is simply nothing to worry about, because you yourself are the eternal energy of the universe."

Doing

1. Make art just to make art.
What if you could make any art you wanted, but couldn't share it online? Is it still worth making if you can't get likes and favs on it? Try creating something for the pure pleasure of it. Imagine the act of you making art as a one person show with a one person audience--you.

2. Make your art better.
When I was a kid, I would frequently win the coloring contests at my local grocery store. My secret was simple: just use something a little more creative than crayons. Cotton balls for clouds and bunny tails always seemed to do the trick. When making your own art, ask yourself, "How could I win the coloring contest?" Inspiration will come.

Thinking

3. Try this mantra: "I love myself, right now."
I made a nice meditation about this one. If you can repeat it over and over eventually you’ll train your mind into manifesting circumstances in which you actually do love yourself right now. It’s really neat!

4. Remember your power. Every thought is a prayer!
If you haven't checked out E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality yet, please do! It explains so many concepts of conscious creation with humor and ease. Here's a little testament to the power of your mind: "The only reason Jesus could walk on water was because 100 percent of his thoughts (prayers) believed he could. He had overcome the world's thought system that says Only an idiot would be stupid enough to step out of the boat. There was not one doubt--not a single thought (prayer) in his consciousness that didn't fully believe it."

5. Read David Cain's blog, Raptitude.
I was going to pile a bunch more tips in this edition based on David's articles, but you should really just go read them yourself. First: Why most problems never have to be solved. To summarize: write down each problem as it occurs to you on a post-it. Then go through your post-its at the end of the week and prove to yourself how many things do work themselves out. Then read The First World’s biggest addiction. David explains how every time we reach for coffee or alcohol or food or our phones, "we are training ourselves to be needy and dependent on circumstances." Finally, check out 15 unexpected side-benefits to living in the present moment to convince your mind to try it out, right now.

Feeling

6. Examine your anxiety.
I came across this tumblr post about the long term effects of anxiety: shortness of breath, rashes, headaches, and fatigue to name a few. I've had all of those symptoms and it suddenly occurred to me that my inexplicable asthma and allergies are likely just caused by anxiety. Again and again I remind myself to relax and stop worrying. Now that I have made the connection between my thoughts and physical symptoms, I can be more conscious of my triggers, and more devoted to chilling the eff out.

7. Find your muse: channel desire into creativity.
You know when you want someone so bad it drives you crazy and you can't think of anything else? You can tap into that energy and use it to drive your creative work. From Think and Grow Rich:

The energy must be transmuted from desire for physical contact, into some other form of desire and action, before it will lift one to the status of a genius...The salesman who knows how to take his mind off the subject of sex, and direct it in sales effort with as much enthusiasm and determination as he would apply to its original purpose, has acquired the art of sex transmutation.

Being

8. If you flow, you're a flower.
I found this gem by Forest Sage in the Universal Geometry Spirit Science video. "If you labor, you are a 'laborer'. If you work on a farm, you are a 'farmer'. And if you flow, you are a 'Flower'." Finally, an answer to, "What do you do?"

9. Be a joy for yourself to watch.
This reality you're seeing is for your eyes only. You are the performer, and you are the audience. Don't let what other people think influence what you do. Just do what delights you, right now. Sing while you do the chores. Type with a flourish. Sit up straight and smile for your camera. The only purpose this moment has is for you to enjoy it. And when you take pleasure in being yourself, others will too.

Understanding the Cycle of the Ebb and Flow of…

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YOU ARE GOD IN HUMAN FORM! You can be or do or have anything you fancy! Trust this moment, embrace the contrast! What is your contrast???

I want to be my reason for feeling good instead of looking to things outside of me (coffee drugs food entertainment work friends etc) to make me feel better.

Breathe in and say I LOVE MYSELF
Breathe out and say Jessica I love and accept you exactly the way you are

You are just judging yourself. You can let go of your thoughts and judgements by returning to the now. Go back to "Jessica I love and accept you exactly the way you are."

That will rev you up to be a match to conscious breathing again, where you have access to feelings of confidence and power because you are feeling good about yourself, where you feel good just being alive.

Once you accept and love yourself the behaviors you judge will fall away anyway, because you love and accept yourself so there is no need to rebel or act out.

Jessica, I love and accept you exactly the way you are.

It's a pattern.

Duality / Separateness --> Judging self and world (creates contrast to inspire
Becoming one with self / the observer --> Practicing self-love (gives access to
Becoming one with reality --> Practicing conscious breathing (results in
Oneness / Divinity --> Absence of ego

Absence of ego generally leads to quantum leaps in perspective of self. Once the ego returns (we can't shut our minds off permanently, nor would we want to) and sees positive manifestations, it becomes attached to the manifestations and wants to take credit. This identification with manifestations again creates duality perspective, of "I am this who wants to hold onto that".

Holding on creates contrast, which creates pain. The pain can become so great that the individual is forced to crumble or rally, by practicing self-destruction or self-love.

After enough self-destruction the human experience seems set up to eventually realize self-love.

Once you love yourself, you can begin to love your reality, because you will begin to see that you are your reality.

Becoming one with reality tends to be a very in the Now situation, so there isn't much thought. An individual may choose to augment or assist this perspective with conscious breathing, a powerful method for being present. Placing the attention on the breath keeps the individual paying attention to the current moment.

A human may get so into the rhythm of breath that the ego completely falls away, resulting in a state of consciousness called divinity. It's where we sometimes go in meditation, or when we're holding onto a lover, or during extreme stress or exercise.

That state of pure joy and bliss releases so much resistance that positive manifestations rain down. We see that the manifestations are not what bring joy, it's the joy that brings manifestations. We feel no different when we get the big check, the phonecall, the new car, because we already felt the feeling of having those things before they could arrive.

Inevitably the ego gets involved, we start thinking about the manifestations, worrying, etc. And thus the cycle begins again. Surf the waves instead of getting sucked back under by going back to loving the self, to being at peace with what is, to embracing the contrast.

Tuesday Tips: 7 Diving Boards Into the Flow

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Art by Kelly Cree

Welcome to Tuesday Tips, the weekly guide to life design. Take a deep breath, smile and let your worries go, because life is taking care of you. Here are a few ways to become one with the life that loves you so much.

Doing

1. Relax.
Life is working out. Trust that you're in the right place at the right time. You are!

2. Do what you're scared to do.
Is there something you want to do but won't, because you think it's impossible? Go for it anyway! That desire is helping you demolish your limiting beliefs about yourself. You can do anything you want to do if you just take the first step. For example: for the last couple years I've contemplated becoming a fitness instructor, but I've always talked myself out of it because I'm not strong enough or disciplined enough or dedicated enough. All those are lame limiting beliefs! So I signed up for an instructor audition on May 3! I am terrified but so proud of myself for at least trying.

3. Read E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality.
I've only read a couple chapters so far, but I can already tell this is my favorite book ever. It is SO practical and matter-of-fact about "god" and our powers as creators. My favorite part is how the author explains "god": it's a force like gravity or electricity, and it's not biased or judgmental. You don't pray for three days to become worthy enough to plug your toaster into the wall, so why take that approach when connecting to your divine power? It's just like electricity; plug in and it's yours!

Thinking

4. Remember that every thought creates.
Every time you criticize someone or draw attention to things you don't like, you're creating more things to criticize and dislike. Every. Single. Thought. Creates. Use your power to create what you want.

Feeling

5. Feel broke? Go shopping!
Another favorite part of E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments That Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality is this morsel of advice: "My friend Carla is resolute in her belief that when you feel broke, you simply must go out shopping. Immediately. 'Ya gotta kick that belief in the nuts,' is how I believe she words it."

6. Embrace contrast.
I have to remind myself of this again and again, but it always works. If you are experiencing contrast (i.e., things you don't want), tell yourself to embrace it. The second you start to appreciate or even enjoy your misfortune, it will clear up. The contrast is a GOOD thing, because it's what is causing you to know what you DO want, so you can get it!

Being

7. Try this mantra again: "(Your name), I love and accept you exactly the way you are."
After a week of hard partying for SXSW, I started feeling a little guilty and mad at myself for drinking so much. Instead of wallowing in self-pity and beating myself up about it, I immediately went to this mantra. It is so soothing. After repeating it a few dozen times, I start believing it. I start appreciating my choices and experiences. I start loving myself like I love my friends--I don't care how ratchet they are, I love them the way they are because they're good, fun, beautiful people. And you are too.

good morning

Daily Guide to Life Design #7: Good Mornings

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It's a lot easier to have a great day if you choose to make your morning great. What you do immediately upon waking sets the tone for the rest of the day.

It's easy to fall into bad habits like checking email and social media before you even get out of bed. But that lets the outside world dictate your mood, which sucks!

Take the time to set your mood first thing in the morning. You wouldn't leave the house without brushing your teeth, so why not clean up your vibration before encountering outside reality? The world can only reflect what you're projecting.

My current plan (which I've been practicing for precisely one day) is this:

As soon as I get out of bed, I start writing my daily 1000 words. I use the prompts "I'm so grateful," "Wouldn't it be nice...?" "I love it when," and "Dear Jessica...," a letter from my higher self.

Choosing thoughts of gratitude first thing in the morning boosts my mood and gets me excited about life!

Next, I do my daily ritual. Then I list 60 things I love about my life while doing a little hoop dance.

Spending the first hour of my day peacefully selecting the thoughts I want to think changes the trajectory of my whole day. I'm so excited to be establishing new patterns!

Jessica Mullen's Altar

Ritual Magick and My New Altar

Jessica Mullen's Altar

This morning the brilliant Novaa Veo commented on one of my "thought direction" posts. She mentioned that my posts were inspiration for the spells she uses while doing energy work at her altar.

How magickal and amazing is that?! I realized -I- should be using my posts as spells while doing energy work at my altar! But first: to make the altar!

Jessica Mullen's Altar display

I've always loved ritual and it's always worked for me. Why I haven't been doing a daily ritual with magickal objects at an altar is completely beyond me! But there's no time like today to start.

I gathered my most useful tools: a kaleidoscope, a deck of tarot cards, a tea light and a cozy wooden box. I began to fill the box with objects that called to me, knowing they would guide my ritual. I dusted the bottom with gold glitter and admired my new treasure box!







The Ritual







To begin, I light the candle. I take a peek into the kaleidoscope and pull myself into the Now (it helps to whisper "Now. Now. Now.").

Next, I visualize activating my chakras, pulling love and life force into my body like this:

I breathe in and bring light into my crown chakra.
I breathe out and activate my crown chakra.

I breathe in and bring light into my third eye chakra.
I breathe out and activate my third eye chakra.

I breathe in and bring light into my throat chakra.
I breathe out and activate my throat chakra.

I breathe in and bring light into my heart chakra.
I breathe out and activate my heart chakra.

I breathe in and bring light into my solar plexus chakra.
I breathe out and activate my solar plexus chakra.

I breathe in and bring light into my navel chakra.
I breathe out and activate my navel chakra.

I breathe in and bring light into my spine chakra.
I breathe out and activate my spine chakra.

I shuffle the tarot cards and pull one out. This card sets the tone for the ritual, helping me remember the big picture of what I'm doing. Today's card, the 5 of swords, reminds me that I need to take care of myself, but also serve the greater good. An excellent omen for my new practice!

After the tarot reading, I open the box and read the card taped to the lid. "Enjoy the contrast. You are the creator. Have fun, play, be mad! Be a joy to watch. It's for your eyes only. I totally and completely love and accept myself. I am my reason for feeling good." I begin pulling items out of the box, repeating an affirmation for each object.

Jessica Mullen's Altar (guide)

  • A. Feather: I am light.
  • B. Claw pendant: I let go of my resistance.
  • C. Clear gemstone: I am magickal.
  • D. Heart crystal: I love myself. I am my reason for feeling good. I project love and serve the greater good.
  • E. Fish hook pendant: I honor my body.
  • F. Pentagram: I am abundant in every way.
  • G. Bottle filled with carbon: (Open bottle) I transmute my fears into excitement. (Close bottle)
  • H. Cross: I am evolving into Christ consciousness.
  • I. Silver canister: (Open) I wish for _______. (Close)
  • J. Gratitude stone: I am grateful for _______.
  • K. Mirror shard: It can only reflect me.
  • L. Hematite bead: I am grounded.
  • M. Hemp seed: I am becoming.
  • N. Pink stone: I thank all those who have helped me come this far.
  • O. Wisdom tooth: I remember my mortality and resolve to live this day to the fullest.

After my affirmations, I do a few rounds of EFT about any resistant thoughts I may have. "Even though I ________, I still totally and completely love and accept myself."

I spend a few moments in a meditative state, feeling for my inner body. And with that, I'm done! I do a quick grounding spell to release the energy I have gathered: "I now ground this energy that hasn't been used and return it to the earth. Thank you for helping me."







What kind of rituals do you use? What are your magickal implements? I'd love to hear your own process!













Make My Day

Make My Day: the $2 Ultimate Positive Thinking Tool

Make My Day

While meditating on June 14, I asked for a good idea. During the session I heard "$5 Ultimate Positive Thinking Tool". When I pictured it I saw a ring with many sides that all meant something different—a wearable reminder to be in the present.

I chilled on the idea because I had no idea to execute it. On June 26, I did a "best case scenarios" exercise where I listed my visions for tomorrow, next week, next month, 6 months from now, 1 year from now, and 5 years from now. I stated that by August 2013 I wanted to have the $5 Ultimate Positive Thinking Tool created.

Recently, Kelly and I have been filling out our worksheets and posting them to the School of Life Design blog. Doing my own worksheets months and sometimes years after I've created them helps me see how I can improve them, and which prompts really work the best.

I realized that I desperately needed to make a new worksheet—one that included all the best prompts from previous worksheets. Being the designer of my life means deliberately choosing the emotions I feel and the thoughts I think, and it's something I have to do every single day. I love coming up with ways to "create my reality" and I ADORE daily-planner-esque tools that give me a structure to play with every day.

Hence, the Make My Day worksheet was born. Intended to be filled out on the daily to help me consciously create each day, this worksheet really is the most "ultimate" positive thinking tool I can imagine.

It's not exactly a ring on your finger, but fill it out each day and you'll be more present no matter what you're wearing. (Also, I liked it so I put a ring on it--the flower of life rings! Ah. Ha. Ha.)







Make My Day



Make My Day

How the Magick Works

First of all, Kelly designed this beauty to be the most colorful and fun worksheet to date. She is a typography genius! Second, each section is designed to help you focus on the most important aspects of conscious creation.

  1. How do you want to feel about your body, finances, relationships, health, work, life and thoughts?
  2. Who do you want to be? What do you want to have?
  3. What do you want to touch, see, taste, hear, smell, think, and know?
  4. Can you count to 100 without thinking? Stop your thoughts and you'll return to your natural state of feeling good instantly.
  5. What are you grateful for? What do you love about yourself?
  6. What act of kindness have you imagined, witnessed or performed today?
  7. What's making you laugh?
  8. You love it when...
  9. What are a couple favors you could do for yourself?
  10. What was the best part of your day?
  11. What's the best case scenario for today, tomorrow, next year?

Each of these prompts have been specifically chosen to generate feelings of love, abundance, generosity, joy, excitement and peace. Each section will help you clarify what you want and what you already have that you'd like more of.







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The key

Jessica Mullen’s Guide to Being a Witch

The key

Everyone always asks me, "How did you get so powerful? How do you stay positive? How did you start living the magick life?"

I started my journey into the occult around age 12 when I checked out a book from the library on ESP. "That's me!" I thought. It explained so much--my weird powers, my emotional sensitivity, my ability to know things.

Throughout my teenage years I ventured into Wicca, satanism and ceremonial magick. I learned how to meditate and cast spells. I suppose I got a little afraid of my power, because the decade after high school became one long bender of sex, drugs, bulimia, alcohol, and self-mutilation. Knowing my divine nature yet unable to navigate "real life", I dulled my shine with negativity and self-destruction.

Cut to 2010, the year I graduated grad school, ran a marathon, and learned about the law of attraction. What I had known about myself all along was becoming mainstream enough for me to embrace the mystical and turn it into a lifestyle, an occupation, and a mission.

Finally, there were the words to explain my powers. Your thoughts create. How you feel attracts your thoughts. Your mood is your work. Whatever you believe is true. You are the creator. And I wasn't special--these words applied to everyone.

Life began making sense. I created the School of Life Design to chronicle my journey into conscious creation and share what I learned along the way.

Being a witch only means to embrace the powers already within. We all can be witches, warlocks, magicians and sorcerers. I have to make the choice every single day I get out of bed. Will I let the flow of reality smash me into the rocks at shore, or will I ride the waves of the present moment as a powerful woman, awake and in control?

The following techniques are how I make the choice every single day to be a witch instead of a victim.

EFT

It's hard to believe in my power if I can't escape the negative thoughts in my head. If I feel bad, I barely remember I have power in the first place. I use EFT to dislodge destructive thought patterns and practice unconditional self-love, boosting me up the emotional scale to belief and empowerment.

Count

If I find myself angry or depressed, I can't even bring myself to believe in EFT. So I count in my head, as high as I can. Placing my attention on the soothing numbers helps me stop thinking altogether, which allows my mood to float back to the surface like a cork under water.

Breathe prana

If I'm feeling scared or physically exhausted, I remember that I can breathe in life force. With each breath in, I imagine a flow of bright white light entering the crown of my head and filling me with love and superpowers. With each breath out, I visualize myself releasing my resistance and negativity in the form of dark tetrahedrons through the base of my spine.

Mantras

Once I feel pretty good and want to keep my vibration high, I begin repeating a mantra in my head over and over. This repetition creates a channel in the mind for similar thoughts to flow through. My favorite mantra is "I love myself the way I am." After thinking that over and over and over, I often find myself thinking thoughts that begin with "I love..." naturally. This allows me to project a vibration of love and appreciation without much effort.

Write

What I think about, I bring about, so one of the most important aspects of witchery is disciplining the mind. Every single day of my life I deliberately choose the things I think about and publish my thought-direction practice on this site. This is the essence of spell-casting. I use quite a handful of prompts to get my juices flowing, all of which boost my mood and pre-pave my experiences.

  • I am so grateful...
  • I love it when...
  • Wouldn't it be nice...
  • I am confident...
  • I intend...
  • I know...
  • I'm creating the version I want. In the version I want, ...
  • Today I want to feel...
  • Tonight I want to dream...
  • Thank you for...
  • Today I'm excited about...
  • I appreciate...
  • I love myself because...
  • Dear Jessica, (a love letter from my higher self)
  • Today's affirmations
  • What does my About page say today?
  • I am...

Meditation

Nothing is as necessary to being a functioning witch as seated meditation. For 15 minutes a day, I sit in front of a candle and clear my mind. This stillness connects me to source energy, calms my mind, and provides bursts of insight and creativity I couldn't otherwise hear through the din of constant thought.

Stay present

Staying in the present is a way to bring seated meditation into daily life. Being present is the witch's only real craft. All previous techniques are just ways of staying in the present. When we stop thinking and just experience the present moment, we know the miracle that is life. We know our divinity and power. We know that everything is ok and always will be.

When we are present, all of the things we want begin flowing to us because we aren't resisting them with negative thoughts. We are at peace, happy with what is, which results in us being a match to those things which we think would make us happy. When we feel happy for no reason, just because we are alive and present in the moment, we allow ourselves to receive the gifts life is constantly offering us.

Be mad

Acknowledging that you are a witch takes balls in our Puritan society. It is only when you stop caring about what others think that you can be free to be yourself. You may feel crazy for listening only to the voice within, but that feeling of madness is only your mind reacting in fear to your connection to god. Your mind wants to be in control, and it wants you to think that you ARE your mind. So when the mind is threatened and things can't be explained in words, you feel a bit nuts. Trust that it's a good sign. You are listening to your higher self. You are accessing infinite intelligence.

When you don't feel like doing any of the above, read Doing Thinking Feeling Being

Over the last 2 years I have compiled every morsel of conscious creation knowledge I have into a weekly digest called Tuesday Tips. Kelly and I have curated the very best tips into a single life design bible, organized by topic and easily readable on screen, phone or Kindle.

Reading Doing Thinking Feeling Being reminds me that life is magickal and that every moment is an opportunity to turn my life around. There are over 200 simple suggestions for any area of life I'm struggling with: abundance, creativity, lifestreaming, routine, releasing resistance, mantras, manifesting, appreciating contrast, self-love, practicing the feeling, relationships, health, meditation techniques and staying present.

I've collected each tip so that I don't have to re-learn painful lessons over and over again. This book keeps me awake and focused on the path I've chosen: I'm a witch!

To download your own $12 copy of Doing Thinking Feeling Being, click the button below or read more about it on the School of Life Design.

On Not Getting a Job

Art by Kelly Cree

Three weeks ago, I emailed Penelope Trunk. I begged her to give me advice on how to make money on my work: my meditations, Tuesday Tips, worksheets, my lifestream.

She kindly, graciously, wrote back with this:

There is no money in this. You have to get a job. It's like writing a novel. People respect that as work, but it doesn't pay bills. Just because you have a talent for doing something doesn't mean you need to get paid for it. It's like sex. I love your hair. It makes me think you're great in bed. But I bet you don't get paid for it. It's okay to be good at something you don't get paid for. Mostly, people get paid to do stuff because it's not that fun so it wouldn't get done if people didn't pay for it. Sex is fun. Making these videos is fun. Go figure out what you are good at that people are paying for.

Solid advice, but I have made no move to get a job. It turns out, I'd rather be homeless than work for someone else. If I don't at least try to do the work I feel I came to this reality to do, then I'm dead.

Today, I read an incredible Gary Vayanerchuck quote:

If you go and become a lawyer or go to school and do all the things that everybody wants you to do, and don't do the thing you really love, the real question isn't what's going to happen when you're 23, 27, 31, 36. The question really becomes what's going to happen when you're 70 years old and you look back at your life and you're like, Why didn't I try? There's going to be a regret factor that I think a lot times a guidance counselor or parent or teacher tend not to think about... They're worried about your next ten years. I'm worried about your last ten years.

And then here's James Altucher on Why People Hate Their Jobs:

Jobs are modern-day slavery. We are paid just enough to live and not more. You are punished if you ask for more. Then you take the magic pill and the tears of dirt wipe away ... The government gets up to 50% of your paycheck and then 10-20% of  that goes to kill people on other parts of the planet, including our own children.

I'm doing the work I came here to do, no matter the cost. I intend to do more for others. I intend to give all I have to give. I intend to help other people get what they want. I'm on the right path, and part of an enormous paradigm shift. It's all working out. We are being freed by the light!

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Art by Kelly Cree

Thank you everyone who replied to my last article. I am so grateful for your support and your uplifting messages. You are helping me so much!

I said that following my bliss would be to stop using my credit cards, so here I am. I haven't used a credit card since Thursday. I feel like a drug addict. I could go back to using it at any moment. But the bill for one of my cards is due the 13th. It's for $324. On the to-do list this week: make $324.

I have a $5000 check on the way from a client job, and as you can imagine, receiving that check is on my mind. It would really help out this week!

Also, I may have failed to mention, but I am going on vacation to Cabo San Lucas in less than 2 weeks.

Experience Over Security
Yeah I put those plane tickets on a Discover card. And yeah Discover cut my credit off shortly thereafter. Thank you for the intervention, Discover. You are helping me focus.

Where Am I Going?
I am shaking as I write this. I am so ashamed of my behavior! And taking the time to realize I feel ashamed is a lot more helpful than burying my head in the sand any longer.

The Emotional Math Problem
Since I feel ashamed, the logical thing to do would be to practice the opposite emotion. *Looks up opposite emotion on the What's Your Solution? worksheet.*

Shame is close to guilt, insecurity and unworthiness. That's pretty low on the totem poll! But I don't have to think about how I got here or what anyone thinks about me being here. I just have to do the work to raise my emotional vibration. Just like putting gas in the car. My confidence may be low, but I know how to fill it up.

My homework

Practice feeling the opposite emotions of shame: knowing and freedom. How do you feel knowing and freedom? What makes your confidence soar? What are you absolutely certain about? What does it feel like to be free?


I know when I'm tripping. I know what an open mind feels like. I know life is much deeper than the superficial motions I go through every day. I know I'm on the verge of greatness. I know life loves me, I've felt it before.

I know I'm brave for doing this. I know I'm doing my best in every moment. I know releasing my guilt and shame will help me feel better. I know my mood is the only thing that matters. I know I'm inspired.

I'm free to make any choice I want. I'm free to live my life how I want to live it, without caring about what anyone else thinks. I'm free to live my life as I please, even if it doesn't make other people happy. I'm free to be myself. I'm free to not care about what you think. I'm free of anything holding me back. I'm free, like jumping on a trampoline or flying in a dream. I'm free like swimming in the middle of lake. I'm free to go anywhere and do anything I want. Nothing is holding me back.

I'm confident when I make websites. It's so easy for me. It's effortless to install software and edit php and google about WordPress. It's easy to see missing semincolons or quotes. It's easy to fix things. It's easy to understand what's going on. I know my way around a webhost. I know how to edit a database.

I'm confident when I make art and visual designs. I'm confident that every creative thing that comes out of my fingers is beautiful. I'm confident that even if I don't understand my own art, it's valuable and important. I'm confident that I always do my best creatively. I'm confident that I am effortlessly creative all day, every day.

I'm confident that my creativity and positivity are related. I'm confident that I know how to play with the universe. I'm confident I know what I'm doing. I'm confident in the value of my creations.

I am absolutely certain that this life is just for fun. I am absolutely certain that nothing really matters in the big picture. I am absolutely certain that life does want me to thrive. I am absolutely certain that there is something bigger than me that is helping me right now. I am absolutely certain that when I feel good, my life feels good. I am absolutely certain that everything does work out in the end.

I am absolutely certain that I have nothing to be afraid of. I am absolutely certain that I love taking risks. I am absolutely certain that things will work out for me eventually. I am absolutely certain that I am becoming a better person every day.

To be free means pushing "Publish" on this post and not caring about what anyone thinks of it. To be free means to own my behavior more and more every day. To be free means to not hate myself for what I do. To be free means to like being alive. To be free means to let my mind rest. To be free means to go within. To be free means to remember the magick of life. To be free means to remembering my power and allowing it to flow through.

Meet the Solution to Your Problem: Kelly Cree

Kelly and Jessica

Did you know Kelly Cree writes most of the content for JessicaMullen.com? Kelly is my wife, my partner-in-design, and my oracle. Ever since we started down our journey of positive thinking over three years ago, she has been able to answer every question I've had about spirituality, the law of attraction, and the true nature of reality.

Every time I have contrast, she asks me the same question: "Are you the creator?" Yes. I create my own reality. Like it or not, each of us is in complete control of our life experience.

We have a running joke. I say, "I'm so grateful you tell me all the answers so I can make money off them on my site." To which she replies, "I'm so grateful I have you to write it all down so I don't have to do any work!"

So today we're announcing the biggest news we've had in a long time: Kelly is going to start doing PHONE CALL CONSULTING. You can call her a life coach, a wizard, or your new best friend, but the point is this: she has the answer you've been searching for.

All it takes to get what you want in life is to believe that it's already yours. You know how sometimes you just know that you're going to get something? You can train yourself to feel that way about anything you want.

Kelly can help you believe. Any question you have, she can answer. She helps me access nearly every solution I share with you on this site, and she does it calmly, intelligently and with a big dose of humor.

How it works

1. You prepay for your phone call. You can buy 10 minutes, 30 minutes, or a whole hour.
2. Leave your question in the provided field on Paypal.
3. As soon as we get notification of your purchase, we email you to schedule the call (usually we'll write you back the same day).
4. Kelly calls you, you ask your question(s), she gives you the solution, and everyone's life gets better!

The best part? MONEY BACK GUARANTEE

If Kelly doesn't answer your question to your satisfaction, we'll give you a full refund! So what are you waiting for? Get ready to feel sweet relief!


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