August 30, 2007

My LOA Heroes

Wow - I just realized yesterday's Vibe Upgrade is post #111 for the blog! That has to be significant! Be sure to check it out before Wednesday (9/5) in case you're inspired for a personal Vibration Overhaul.

Today I'm passing along a super cool resource you might have missed if you haven't spent time in my sidebar. Ed Mills' LOA Carnival Blog is listed as one of my favorite turn ons, not only because Ed is a brilliantly unique writer on the topic of deliberate creation (not to mention super hot), but also because he consistently introduces me to wonderful new LOA resources.

I was fortunate enough to be featured as one of those new resources in his most recent carnival, when he included my dog pee story. (Of all the things to be known for ... sheesh! Everyone else writes about love and light and possibility, and here I am talking about dog urine, toilet time, sick kitties, and ex's who don't follow through with their LOA experiments! Oh well, this blog is about LOA in the Real World!)

Anyway, I'm a regular fan of Aaron, Dean and Lyman (great guys - give them a read!), but it was in Ed's most recent carnival that I learned about Patricia. Her carnival contribution is the biggest key to successful manifesting - well, a successful LIFE for that matter - I've ever come across. It's big. And she says it well. Read it if you haven't already.

Now that you've got great reading material for the day, I'll sign off and intend to think of a more pleasant topic than urine and death to write about tomorrow.

Love & Miracles -
Jeannette

PS - I'd love to hear who YOUR LOA heroes are! Please post a comment with a link if you can. As my Dutch Oma would say, "dank u!"

10 comments:

  1. Wow, thanks for the mention, Jeannette. I'm becoming a pretty big fan of you myself... dog pee and all!

    Actually, especially because of the dog pee... not knowing that there is a human being behind a blog is a pretty quick turnoff for me, and humans have problems with dogs peeing on their rugs (believe me, I know... I need to attract some new flooring for myself pretty quickly!)

    And thanks for the pointer to Patricia's article... it really hit home for me as well.

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  2. Jeannette, thanks for the link and your kind words of praise for my article. You too, Lyman. Have a glorious day.

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  3. Thanks, Lyman - it's nice to know I'm not the only one willing to swear in their personal development blogs. lol

    Funny post you've got up today! Keep up the great work!

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  4. Hi Jeannette,

    Thank you again for your kind thoughts about my blog.

    Being included with Aaron, Ed and Lyman is an honor.

    In response to your question who my LoA heroes are, there are many. Meaning that any work, post, article, book, tape, etc. I attracted into my life at that time, that carries the message or answer for me, is my hero. This includes catching a mention on someone's site, yours, calling me a hero and raises my vibration. :)

    Blessed Be

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  5. HI DEAR FRIEND' YOU HAVE SUCH A CREATIVE THINKING I LIKE THE BLOG. THEY ARE TRUELY GOOD QULITY AND FAR EXCELLENCE, CONGRATULATION TO YOU. KEEP IT UP AND CONTIUNUE YOUR BLOGGING TO FAME. See Ya :)

    http://www.bloggingtofame.com/action.php?view=profile&&id=676

    http://petercrys.blogspot.com/

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  6. Hey J

    Here are some more LOA heroes:
    http://drewrozell.com

    Joe Vitale http://blog.mrfire.com

    There are some great writers and thinkers out there - I am really enjoying connecting with such groovy folks! Nothing like the swell of community to reinforce beliefs and bring certainty in to being.

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  7. Jeannette.

    I don't think I've ever been called "hot" in the same sentence as "Law of Attraction Hero!"

    I think I like it! ;)

    Not sure what my wife will think about it!

    Thanks for including me. It's an honor. And I'm loving your site as well.

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  8. Ah, she's probably more used to it than you are, Ed!

    Thanks for the post and good words. Much appreciated, Hot Hero. (I couldn't resist!) : )

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  9. You're a hoot, Jeannette. And I mean that in the best way. Love your neighbor story. I see a surprise ending forming in my mind, but I'll wait to see what happens.

    You need to get a subscribe to comments plugin. Don't know if blogger has one or not though.

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  10. Good tip, Ed. Thanks for the push - it's been in the back of my mind that I might need to do something special to make that happen. Apparently so.

    If anyone knows Blogger better than I do (well, everyone probably knows Blogger better than I do) and has an easy remedy for my missing comments subscription, please clue me in! (15 minutes of research on my own didn't lead me to a solution. So I hit the easy button.) :)

    Thanks for posting, Ed! Always nice to see your name here!

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