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Sharon Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

Is Asking “Why” Serving You?

Posted on: October 29th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Why seems to be a Universal question that most of us overuse. It was cute when our young children went through the stage of asking and answering why to every question, task or activity we proposed. Perhaps we rarely had an answer for our kids, as their inquiry into the whys were relentless, and often just seemed to amuse them.

You may be asking “why is it so bad to always be asking why?” Well, bad is not the term I would use, as it’s a judgment. A better question may be “does it serve me to ask why in regard to so many subjects?”

Is it human nature that many of us haven’t left this young stage, and are continuously asking why to everything that comes across our path? We are in this life to create and continually seeking answers is . . .



Teaching Your Kids to Follow the Golden Rule

Posted on: October 22nd, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

When dealing with people, there is a very basic tenet that says you should treat other people in a manner that reflects how you would like to be treated. This is commonly referred to as The Golden Rule and most Westerners will know what you mean if you merely utter three simple words Do Unto Others.

The term Golden Rule was actually coined somewhere in the 1600’s in England. The concept behind the term goes back long before that and can be found in countries around the world and in every religion.

This is perhaps one of the most universal ideas that a human being may hold dear. As such, it is important to teach your children what it means to live in accordance with the concept, no matter what the religious context or country of origin.

The Golden Rule is also called . . .


Magic Wand

Are You Expecting Magical Experiences?

Posted on: October 15th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

What are your expectations in your day-to-day life? Are you expecting things to go your way and flow freely? What is your reaction when they don’t?

Life “happens” to all of us and our beliefs and expectations determine what comes our way. Your reactions determine how situations feel and ultimately turn out.

If you aren’t expecting the very best for yourself and what you live, that’s ok. There is still time to change your mind. Setting a new intent and practicing new ways of thinking and believing will ultimately change your life for the better.

I’ll share a story of what I experienced last week on my way to the East coast.  I love to travel and I was really looking forward to my trip. I was going to be with a close friend and also do some business. I fully expected that . . .


Sharomn Ballantine, Law of Attraction Coach

Loving With Your Thoughts Alone

Posted on: October 1st, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

The world we live in is based on communication. So much of our time is spent talking with others, sending e-mails, texts, posting Instagrams, tweeting, and so on. The varied ways in which we communicate with the world is practically endless. These ways in which our modern world talks with each other are external. They originate from within us, in our thoughts, and we express them outside of ourselves. Effective for sure but many people live their lives never knowing the power they possess with their thoughts and feelings that can be expressed without ever saying a word. This is the most powerful place to live from.

Have you ever felt loving toward another and found them to be really responsive to you? What about when you’ve had negative thoughts about someone? You are having either a positive or a negative . . .


Two Wrongs Don't Make a Right, Sharon Ballantine

Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right

Posted on: September 17th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

We’ve all heard the expression, “Two wrongs don’t make a right”, but what does this really mean? What lesson are we trying to teach our kids when we repeat this mantra that we heard from our parents, who heard if from their parents, and so on?

Traditionally, we were told this in an attempt to teach us it is not okay to have “pay backs” or take revenge on someone for a wrong that was done to us. Of course this is a valid interpretation and we should encourage our children to check in with their IGS before responding to a hurt. This will help them know whether or not their action is based in fear or anger, or is a loving response.

There is another story behind this adage that is just as true.

We have all had the experience of making . . .


Be a Good Listener

Why Be a Good Listener?

Posted on: September 17th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Everything we engage in can be an art, don’t you think? If we put in enough practice we can be artful at everything. I love that thought.  Have you noticed the quantity of books and programs that use the term “the art of?” Even my book is The Art of Blissful Parenting. Interesting.

Today I’m going to refer to The Art of Listening.  Contrary to what you may believe, being an attentive listener doesn’t only benefit the person being listened to. It’s equally if not more so, about you.  There is so much information you make yourself available to hear when you practice the art of listening. When you listen completely, it opens up a part of you~ a receptivity that is endless and expansive. You place yourself in a state of allowing relevant information to come in. I like to . . .


7 Questions to Never Ask the Universe

7 Questions To Never Ask the Universe

Posted on: September 3rd, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

You may think the Universe isn’t listening to you, but I promise you, it always is. We continually proclaim to the Universe, ask it questions or pray for guidance. Every moment of our lives it is responding to us by giving back whatever matches the energy vibration of what we are thinking and therefore feeling. If we are asking from a feeling place of lack or any bad feeling emotion, we will be given the same in return. These responses come in the form of “like” thoughts, people and experiences. These are our manifestations. Whatever you ask of the Universe will always be answered with the same energy you asked the question in.

The good news is that you have 17 seconds to change it up if a negative thought or question slips out, before the Universe starts to answer. Believe . . .


Please enjoy my interview on KCIA Talk Radio about the Law of Attraction and Life Coaching.

Posted on: August 27th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Listen to internet radio with KCIA Talk Radio That Rocks on BlogTalkRadio

We create our own reality and we are indeed in control of our experience. Our emotions are our indicator of alignment, and I learned how to use them to make new, and happier choices.

Positive, passionate living is what propels me forward and sharing this with others is what brings me the greatest JOY!

I have always felt that one of my missions in life was to be a parent, the best parent I could possibly be. I am in the process of writing my first book, ”The Art of Blissful Parenting” in which I guide parents on the practical and spiritual aspects of raising functional, happy kids. Teaching parents how to follow their own Internal Guidance System, and teaching their children how to follow their own. My kids . . .


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Tara Vossenkemper, founder of The Holistic Keys Summit, Interviews Sharon

Posted on: August 27th, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Tara Vossenkemper, founder of The Holistic Keys Summit, interviews Sharon as one of 21 experts featured on this event. Tara’s goal is for each of us to shift our focus even further inwards, realizing the impact and importance our internal state has on our external world. This is what Tara has to say about Sharon.

“I really think you will like Sharon Ballantine as much as I do. She’s got that really calming presence, somebody who really seems to embody what she teaches. Those are some of my favorite type of people – and I know they’re yours, too. She shared some wonderful insight on the Law of Attraction and on how we don’t have to delve back into our past to figure out the “why” of everything. We can just shift things in the moment, in the here and now, . . .


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Parenting Tip: The Watched Pot Doesn’t Boil

Posted on: August 21st, 2014 by Sharon Ballantine

Whether you’re making tea or hard boiled eggs, it seems like the more you watch the pot, the longer it takes to boil. You may wonder why this old saying seems to be true. You may also be thinking to yourself that this seems contrary to the Law of Attraction, or you may simply be wondering what this has to do with being a parent.

Just to be contrary, I’ll start with the last idea before you wander too far and get lost in thought:

The basic premise behind the “watched pot” saying is that you just can’t hurry things along by micro-managing the situation. Sometimes you have to let go of the reins a bit and let the horse run.

This is true with parenting as well. Parents, especially new parents, understandably tend to hover over their children. After all, you want . . .