• Creating the World You Want,  Cynthia Greb,  energy and vibration,  Law of Attraction,  Nikola Tesla,  politics,  Spirituality

    The Intersection of Politics and Spirituality

    (Image: thebridgetofreedom.org)   By now, many of you will have heard of the Law of Attraction.  This spiritual principle teaches us that what we focus on – intentionally or unintentionally – is what we manifest.  The manifestation occurs more quickly when there is great emotion associated with the thoughts upon which we are focused. I’m guessing I may not have to tell you how powerfully this law could be affecting our political reality right now. In particular, I continue to be aware of the enormous emotions one particular man is stirring up in our country right now.  His supporters are filled with blind adulation; they appear incapable of seeing any…

  • Cynthia Greb,  Death,  Deceased loved ones,  Dreams,  The afterlife

    Dreams from Our Loved Ones on the Other Side

    This afternoon I went into the bank to make a deposit and my favorite teller greeted me by name.  “What are you doing this weekend?” she asked.  I replied, “I’m giving a talk on Death, Dreams, and the Afterlife.”  At first she had no expression and I thought mabye she had some judgments about the title, but then I heard her ask, “You mean from someone we love?”  I said yes.  Then I suddenly realized I needed to ask, “Have you had a dream like this?”  She nodded.  I probed, “Was it like a visitation?”  She told me, “Yes, it felt really real.”  I ventured, “Can you tell me who…

  • A Shining New Life,  Big changes,  Creating a new life,  Cynthia Greb,  Light,  Marianne Williamson,  Pursuing dreams,  Talents,  Turning points

    Creating a Shining New Life

    It’s time.  Time for big changes. I’ve been known for making some big changes in my life.  One of the first was when I moved across the continent from my lifelong home in southeastern Pennsylvania to Oakland, California to get my master’s degree.  I was the first in my family to get a master’s degree and the second of five children to move out of state.  It was all a very big deal for me. I was never one of those people who felt destined for an Ivy League school or a master’s degree or a doctorate.  I was so not into status or prestige.  I was simply me, trying…