The 100 Day Reality Challenge

Isobel's Discussions (32)

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"Well Abraham would say "make a decision and then make it right." In other words, as…"

Isobel replied Aug 17, 2008 to Overwhelmed

6 Aug 27, 2008
Reply by Chris

"You don't need to buy a single damn thing to use the law of attraction deliberately.…"

Isobel replied Aug 17, 2008 to Overwhelmed

6 Aug 27, 2008
Reply by Chris

"Shane, When you're ready to hear .. and it may be some time, so be easy on yourself…"

Isobel replied Aug 10, 2008 to How can I be happy if I see suffer around me?

20 Aug 20, 2008
Reply by Elaine

"Do people fall off the world if they don't know about gravity? :) You have to be ve…"

Isobel replied Aug 9, 2008 to How can I be happy if I see suffer around me?

20 Aug 20, 2008
Reply by Elaine

"Shane, I'm sorry for the pain you're feeling right now. You might find some of Abrah…"

Isobel replied Aug 9, 2008 to How can I be happy if I see suffer around me?

20 Aug 20, 2008
Reply by Elaine

"I also don't watch tv anymore :) However, nothing can assert itself into your exper…"

Isobel replied Jul 23, 2008 to No TV vs. Crime Shows

3 Aug 9, 2008
Reply by DonnaOnTheBeach

"Belle, That's a bit like saying "has anyone learned to walk purely as a result of l…"

Isobel replied Jul 8, 2008 to Overcoming the struggle to believe

9 Mar 3, 2009
Reply by Renae

"All goals come to fruition :) Our "problem" is that we don't always let them in to o…"

Isobel replied Jul 4, 2008 to Action vs Attraction - Help Needed!

14 Jul 13, 2008
Reply by Jennifer

"I much prefer the Abraham-Hicks "flavour" of LOA and as far as action is concerned,…"

Isobel replied Jul 3, 2008 to Action vs Attraction - Help Needed!

14 Jul 13, 2008
Reply by Jennifer

"There is no "wrong" except the belief that you've been "wronged" :) You are of cour…"

Isobel replied Jun 25, 2008 to The necessity of forgiveness

6 Aug 4, 2008
Reply by Mary

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