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Law of Attraction Coach, Sharon Ballantine

What Motivates You?

Posted on: July 8th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

It is really hard to accomplish your goals, meet deadlines and virtually get much done when you don’t feel motivated. Have you ever tried to do something when you weren’t in the mood and just didn’t want to? I certainly have and it wasn’t very productive. Nothing will ever feel productive and turn out how you want it to if you aren’t motivated.

Motivation means alignment, which translates into feeling good about what you are embarking on. It always feels good when we are attracted toward a goal or even a task. We can either want to do a task or find joy in anticipating the end result. Either way will get us what we want if we maintain our alignment. If you aren’t in alignment before you go into action, find a way to get into alignment; do something fun . . .


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Is Logic Interfering With Your Life?

Posted on: June 24th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Have you known people that make their decisions from a place of using their minds? They think their way to decisions and choices weighing the pros and cons, overthinking each aspect and detail. Decisions become based on lists of facts, heavily weighed in all directions. They may be obsessed with being logical; not taking into account other factors, such as how either choice makes them feel. Perhaps they even discredit friends and family that find their guidance in other ways. They don’t realize there is an order to things…

Being logical has become quite overrated in our culture. Historically, we have been a culture of the mind and there has been honor in the ability to be logical regarding all decisions. This however, will rarely get you what you want in the way you want it. With a little introspection, many . . .


Letting people go

Posted on: June 11th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Loving-connections with others are such a vital part of our life experience, wouldn’t you agree? Sometimes these connections are romantic, and sometimes there aren’t any romantic feelings, just a simple adoration of another. A great friendship that feels good.

I came into this world thinking that if I loved someone, they would be in my life forever. At least they should be. It was devastating in my younger years, when a friend I had spent so much time and energy on, found other interests and other friends. I didn’t understand at the time that people change and this was how life is supposed to be. I wasn’t immune to this phenomenon; it just hurt when others did it to me.

It has been many years since my Law of Attraction studies have given me a real understanding of how and why relationships . . .


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Is arguing ever worth it?

Posted on: June 2nd, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

For most of us, it’s a really good feeling to be right. Whether it’s being right when we’re talking to someone, driving in traffic or making a decision for ourselves. Being ”Right” can be a form of validation and be an important part of our self-esteem. However, being right can also work against us and erode relationships.

What does feeling right look like to us? Is it winning an argument by having the correct facts? Is it raising our voices so another feels intimidated? Is it having the last word? How do we feel when we feel right?

So the question is~ How important is it to be right, and is it ever worth having another person feel wrong?

The ideal criteria for my personal objective, and the one I am here to guide others in, would be to base any decision . . .


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Are we taking action?

Posted on: May 14th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

I believe that each of us has come into this life with free choice regarding what we are capable of creating. We have the ability to change our minds a million times and choose a variety of completely unrelated careers, styles of living, love partners, friends, etc. There is actually no limit to what we are capable of creating and living. The only limitations we have are self-imposed by our beliefs and by if and when we decide to take action.

These self-imposed limitations will be determined by what we believe, which can include a belief that our choices are limited, we lack the time and money to do what we want, we aren’t allowed, we aren’t qualified, to name a few. What we believe will always be what we manifest. If we want a life that feels free and creative, . . .


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Remember Who Is In Control of Your Experience

Posted on: April 29th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

There are times when we immerse ourselves in our daily routine—I call it our now reality—and forget the bigger picture. During these moments we sometimes give our power to others. Our power is given to others when we let them determine if we are happy or not, given their behavior. This is why it’s important to remember who is in control of our experience at all times: we are, not others. When we buy into the illusion that others control our experience and manifestations, we can feel powerless. It’s important to remember that we’re not able to create what we want from a place of powerlessness.

At one point or another, we have all given our power to others. We may have given our power to our bosses and let them determine what we experience in our jobs based on . . .



How to Change Someone Without Saying A Word

Posted on: April 16th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Have you ever tried to change someone? I certainly have. It seems to be human nature to want to change another person’s behavior so that we can feel better, safer, more secure, and ultimately happier. The reasons are endless. Yet, trying to change others doesn’t always go as we planned. Our assumption is that others will want to change in order to please us, maybe because they love us.

Occasionally other people will change for us. If the change is consistent with that person’s nature, it will be a positive feeling situation for everyone. However, if the request for a change is unwelcomed, or compromises whom the person really is, the requested change will be met with resistance.


The reason is simple. It’s because all of us are here on our own unique path with . . .


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Choosing What We Dwell On

Posted on: April 2nd, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Most of us don’t realize that we can choose what it is we dwell on; we can choose the direction of our thoughts. As we become more practiced in paying attention to which direction our thoughts are headed in, we can choose our desired course more quickly, which will always (hopefully) be to a better feeling place. Our choice is this: Do we continue with the thoughts that have started to make us feel bad, or do we decide to choose thoughts that make us feel better? We can apply this process of choosing to any issue, circumstance, or person in our lives.

What about when we don’t have access to any real information to help guide our thoughts and no apparent truth to get us started . . .


Pay Attention to What You Think

Are You A Sloppy Thinker? Use the Law of Attraction to Tidy Your Thoughts

Posted on: March 18th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

What is a sloppy thinker? The definition I have heard used and have since adopted is someone that doesn’t care enough about how they feel, to make the effort to redirect their thoughts. A deliberate thinker chooses to be in control of their outcome by choosing thoughts that lead to possibility. Instead of saying to yourself, “I can’t do something, or it won’t work, try saying, “what if it can work, wouldn’t it be nice or it absolutely will work out for me.”

Why care about how we feel? Well, few people like to feel bad and when we feel bad we aren’t able to create what we want. This is because we have temporarily blocked off the well being from the universe. This wellbeing is constantly available to us, but we must be feeling good (happy) to have access to . . .


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Are You Inspired in Your Life Path?

Posted on: March 4th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Do you love to be inspired?  Or, do we even remember what it feels like to be inspired? What or whom is able to inspire us? These are Powerful questions to consider.

When I’m inspired I feel powerful. This powerful feeling is an energy or a motivation to accomplish something or move toward it. To be inspired is uplifting as it causes me to want to be more or have more.

Inspiration can feel like we are propelled in a direction that we want to go in, like something of higher value is available for us.


When we are inspired by something, it is important to build on this momentum in order to create a new experience for ourselves. What aspect of our lives does the inspiration touch on?  What action can you take to get closer to this aspect?

Think about “why” something . . .