I’m glowing in the photo below — one person saw the pic and said it looked like I was about to burst into a sun — because I’m holding the world’s first Healing Guitar. I’m also beaming because I used that very same guitar to create a new music album with my guitar teacher, Mathew Dixon. You’ll love it because —
This new album was created in several unique ways, all designed to align your seven energy centers (sometimes called chakras). Each track was created in a specific key, to correspond to each of your energy vortexes.
Mathew and I allowed ourselves to be inspired as we played, in a way led by the Divine itself. The result of just listening to the music is an exquisite feeling of euphoria; a “flow” state where you’re relaxed yet alert.
I played lead guitar on six of the seven tracks using the Healing Guitar, which was designed to have its own mojo. It does. Even the background sounds you hear on the music were made with my custom made Healing Guitar.*
I’m in awe of my own guitar playing on the tracks (yes, I’m allowed to blow my own mind), but I’m more amazed and grateful at how relaxing, healing, and clarifying the music is.
The album is called Aligning to Zero. I can’t wait to make it available to you, which is only weeks away.
If you want to be notified the instant it is ready for you, just go here http://www.alingningtozero.info or send an email to [email protected]
Anyway, all I’m doing here is sharing my guitar and my excitement.
When you follow your passion, life just flows and glows.
Are you doing what you love?
PS – Just in case you missed the exciting news, you can now order my first singer-songwriter album, Strut! You can hear excerpts from my first healing music albums at either Strut! or Blue Healer. The direct links are: http://www.HealingMojoMusic.com and http://www.GetUpandStrut.com
* The Healing Guitar was custom made for me by iguitars, co-designed by me to include the healing ho’oponopono mantra (from the book Zero Limits) of “I love you, I’m sorry, Please forgive me” and “Thank you” inlaid on the neck. They can make one for you, too, if you want. The company is at iguitar. Or click on the flyer below to see the specs for the Healing Guitar.
Last month I gave a secret presentation on Zero Limits, Dr. Hew Len, and ho’oponopono to my peers. It’s a nice representation of my latest thinking on hooponopono, spiritual healing, and living a life at zero limit. You can see the entire show in six parts by clicking each of the below. Enjoy.
For more information on hooponopono, spiritual healing, and living a life at zero limit, just click here: Zero Limits.
As I wrote about in my book, The Attractor Factor, one of my fundamental beliefs is “There is always a way.”
I don’t care what the problem or challenge happens to be. Either a solution, cure or healing exists, or one can be created. That empowering belief helps me use the Law of Attraction to attract a solution.
I have used that underlying premise for decades now. It’s helped me handle cancer scares, IRS audits, weight loss, pet health issues and more.
For now, let’s talk about pet health issues.
I love animals. I’ve had pets my entire life. At one point I owned eleven cats. Yes, eleven.
Cats age and often get ill, just like humans. Yes, I’m surprised, too.
Recently one of our senior citizens, Chelsea, couldn’t move her back legs. She would hop to food. She couldn’t walk, so she mostly dragged herself. It was sad to see, and scary. We didn’t want to think of losing her, or her suffering.
I took her to the local vet. They took x-rays. They came back with the results: Chelsea’s spine was fusing at the base. She needed surgery, but at her age (fourteen) it wasn’t a good idea.
The vet offered no hope.
I didn’t accept surgery or ‘nothing’ as our options.
I knew, “There is always a way.”
I jumped online. I Googled “cure cat spine problems.” One of the top results was about acupuncture for pets.
Acupuncture for animals?
I’ve done acupuncture. I don’t like needles any more than you do, but I have to admit it worked for me.
Would it work for Chelsea?
Was it possible?
I searched my area and found a local Austin, Texas vet who did chiropractic work and acupuncture on cats and dogs.
I drove Chelsea there. Here she is getting her first acupuncture treatment:
Chelsea didn’t mind the needles. In fact, she calmed down and relaxed. She was quiet and seemed meditative. Here’s another photo of her…
Did this treatment work?
Was it worth the drive, cost and effort?
The very next day Chelsea was walking.
She is not perfectly normal yet, but she moves her back legs, walks with a limp rather than a hop or a drag, and looks happy and healthy.
Again, if you come from the empowering belief that “There is always a way,” you open your mind to seeing new possibilities.
Here’s a video of Chelsea getting her second acupuncture treatment: