Last Night I reconnected with a SuperNova who goes by the name of Lisa Nichols. You may have seem me blogging about it a few days ago. She’s the Gal who stole The Secret. Yup after her cameo in the film, The Secret, she was booked out pages beyond the other guys.
And that’s not even the tip of her SuperNovaness.
Have you heard her story?
Listening to her is a treat in itself. She’s like you Mama and your Number One Fan rolled into one. Her heart fills each word, whisper, pause, and teardrop. Some people claim they might as well be listening to Orprah or Martin Luther King.
She just cracks up the fire under ya.
Her story is amazing.
Born into a massive family, Lisa grew up on the tip on the edge. Poor didn’t really cut it.
Her dream was to become a Author and travel the world – and yet got an F in English. In fact, she flunked a lot. She was told she very had a chance. She was laughed at. She was picked on. She just wan’t cutting this thing we call life. Call it a bad roll of the dice, or whatever you want, the odds were stacked up against her … and her debt continued to rise.
Let’s face it she’s human. Just another soul begging to be seen, to be heard, to be understood, to be loved.
And then , she decided to change that. This just wasn’t going to do any more.
She went on to get it all. Not only for herself but for her son too.
Now you’ll see her on TV, touring the world, autographing the books she wrote …
I told you it was an amazing story.
“The first person who had to get out of the way of me letting my light shine was me. This is the season for me to allow my light to shine and not dim it for anyone!”
I bet you’re wondering how she did it ?
Let’s say it has something to do with this:
Shakti Gawain — who wrote the most popular book on the subject — says:
“There is nothing at all new, strange or unusual about visualization. You are already using it every day, every minute in fact. It is your natural power of imagination, the basic creative energy of the universe, which you use constantly, whether or not you are aware of it.”
– See more at the story behind the sensation
“I’m not going to ask the world if I can be great, I’m going to give the world notice that I will be great.”
Her words. Not mine