I've recently discovered a social group based in Oxford, called the Oxford Yes Group. It's a bunch of positive thinking people who get together, hold talks, hold socials, and generally network with each other. So far, I've been to one talk and one social - a walk around Whittenham in Oxfordshire, both of which were well worth going to. It's great to find positive people in this world where so many people are bogged down with their woes. It can be so easy to slip into negativity if we're not careful, but negative feelings attract negative situations (from the law of attraction - see previous blog), so it is extremely counter-productive to be in this state. Also, when we're around people, we pick up on their energy, so being around positive people uplifts us and being around negative people can drain us. The more sensitive we are, the more easily we are affected by this. If you are having to go into an environment where you know there wil be negativity, it is a good idea to protect yourself with a golden light around you (just visualise it and it will be there). This will reflect negative energies back with love and light. If we find that we can't get ourselves out of a negative state or we regularly find ourselves falling into one, kinesiology may be the solution. Often old, outdated belief systems block us from being the person we really want to be, and 3-in-1 Concepts Kinesiology can work directly with these beliefs and the emotions that go alongside, to defuse and help us to make the choices we really want. Please see my web site for more details http://www.roskitson.co.uk/
A couple of weeks ago, I attended a fantastic workshop on the Law of Attraction at the Wellbeing Centre in Newbury. Run by Sally Askwith, this workshop teaches how to attract all the things we want into our lives, based on the universal laws of like attracts like. It was a great fun filled day and Sally even provides a box of goodies - great for bringing out the child in us all. Without going into too many details, the workshop has taught me how to be positive all the time - yes ALL the time - this part is really important. And then good things just attract themselves to us. Apart from just having a much better time than I usually do, I had a great success with a game of Monopoly the other day. The money just kept on rolling in, whilst all the other players seemed to be struggling to keep in credit. I'm now rolling out the principle into real money and other goals. One of which is a new house. My contract where I'm currently living is being terminated by the owners and I'm on the look out to rent a small rural cottage in West Berkshire as of the end of April. Please email me if you find any such cottages available. Many thanks.