A few months ago I received an email invitation from Mindvalley Academy for a live creative visualization session with Lisa Nichols. Lisa was described as “The Secret’s” amazing star. I signed up for the session, not expecting to get what I got.
For many years, I have read books on the power of the subconscious mind, creative visualizations, looking within and manifesting your dreams. As a result, I have been able to live the life that I want. But of course, no matter where one is, there’s always that passion and desire for growth and mystery. The day of the live session, Lisa took me deeper than I had gone in a long time. Her voice pierced through my heart like sunshine and lightening, making my vision resonate the words that she’s famous for saying – “I know like I know like I know like I know.”
Then in April, she offered a “Power Week” free teleseminar where every morning, she set a powerful intention for the day, did an inspirational interview with one of her friends, wrapped up with a power action for people to do that day, and sometimes she sent out a homework assignment.
What I liked most about Lisa is that she’s not all about the money. She talks about her son quite a bit, about the value of healthy relationships, and during part of the “Power Week” she was talking to us from the hospital where her father was going to have surgery. She said she’d turned her car and the hospital waiting room into her office. I loved that! It reminded me how for a month now, I’ve been going back and forth to the hospital where my mom is, lugging around a computer and a heavy bag of notebooks.
“How many of you have an amazing life but you get distracted by the BUT?” she once asked.
Lisa is about motivating the masses (www.visitingthemasses.com), and she’s worth listening to, or at least reading her books, like “No Matter What!”