Does making a certain sound make money?

Can sound  really manifest for us?

At the moment I’m busy trying out the AH meditation from Wayne Dyer.This is not for the fainthearted or the easily embarrassed.

You need to be e OK with some pretty strange, and at times warbling like sounds emanating from your mouth.

I tend to make sure I am the only one in the house when I do this, because it does feel utterly weird.

But why do this mediation if it is so weird?

This is all part of my 20/20/20 routine that I’m implementing from a Robin Sharma course.

20 minutes of exercise, 20 minutes of mediation, and 20 minutes of learning.

These are all to be done in the first hour after waking. I have yet to manage getting them into the first hour, but I do make sure that I do them together, in the morning.

As someone not too keen on bouncing around, I have opted for  Qi Gong as my exercise  – this excellent video by Lee Holden is 20 minutes long and I feel amazing having done it.

Then with all the positive energy swirling around my body, I move seamlessly onto the AH mediation.

The first time I did it I felt like a total nutter, but then something strange began to happen. I started to feel very good.

Like really good.

feeling good


I have been doing this mediation now for well over 2 weeks , and I love it. I look forward to doing it, because I can feel the energy resonating in my body.

I do this mediation with Wayne’s voice, and I can feel the energy of our joint sounds vibrating in my chest (cool eh?). I feel an incredible sense of calm near the end of the mediation, and a sense that everything is going to be OK.

As Wayne explains, ‘Ah’ is the sound of creation and is in many sacred words; Amen, Buddha, Allah, Krishna. All have the ‘ah’ sound, and it is this sound that you say over and over again.

Now, this video/meditation is allegedly a manifesting one, shades of The Secret? Maybe…

I visualise as I’m saying the word ‘ah’, what it is I want.

Gradually as I have been doing this, the visualisations have become more detailed, I can see more of what I want to manifest, (and yes that does include oodles of money), and I can see my self in my visualisations.

This is powerful, because usually I just visualise the object, not me in the object.

At the end of the meditation I feel as if everything is more achievable and I have far more determination.

Keeping with the weirdness, interesting things are also  starting to happen, it’s almost as if I’m getting divine nudges.

Such as today, while doing the ‘ah’ mediation, I got the idea to look into Mudra’s.

Of course I looked for the one regarding wealth, because I want to live a wealthy life on all levels; health, love, money – the whole caboodle.

Lo and behold there is one.

But that is for another post.






Is Tony Robbins worth it?

I first heard about Tony Robbins from a friend when I was at University.

I was a mature student, over the age of 30, studying  Homeopathic Medicine with a  wonderful motley bunch. We were considered a bit odd by most of the ‘normal’ students and staff, but we were too busy learning weird and wonderful stuff to care.

But back to Tony.

I was loaned, by said friend a huge CD box set, which I diligently listened to. I read a book of his, ‘Unleash The Power Within’, and I took a financial course of his in London about a year later.

This was well over 10 years ago, and was certainly my first real step into the self improvement world, as in doing something more than simply buying a book.

So what do I remember?

From the CD’s the only thing that I remember is the Dickens Process.

I strongly urge you to have a look at the linked video, and try it out for yourself.

It was doing this method, and seeing my life continue as a  Midwife and living where I was  for the next 5-10 years, that really encouraged me to start changing my life.

What is the Dickens Process?

The process basically asks you to think of your two biggest beliefs that are holding you back. It then asks you to feel them, and I mean really feel them. Then it asks you to feel those feelings as you see yourself 5 years from now, and then 10 years, and finally 20 years.

It basically scared me shitless.

The heaviness that I felt in my body was horrid.
I was aching with it.It felt like I was wrapped in chains and could not move.

It showed me in no uncertain terms how utterly shitty my life would be if it remained as it was, and, it helped me look outside of the box I was very much in.

That box being ‘I’m a Nurse and Midwife and I have no skills to offer outside of that’.

I can now see how small that thought was, because, if you deconstruct the role of a Nurse and a Midwife, you have someone that can crisis manage, organise, respond and react to sudden changes, have the stamina of an ox,  the determination to help get the best for women in many various circumstance, be compassionate, empowering, funny, etc.; you get the idea.

Onto the book.

Well, I can’t really remember too much of that, apart from the notes my friend had made, and they were all about his fears. I remember him being scared of his girlfriend leaving him, but I’m glad to say he absolutely blasted through them.

The Financial course.

Wealth Mastery. I didn’t take this in any exotic location, it was in London, and at the time it blew my mind. Firstly, because I had never attended a conference quite like it, where they whip you up into a frenzy, have you move around and keep you pretty pumped the entire time. I had also never been introduced to the concepts of investing. The different types of investing; how to spread your portfolio and  to really look at your finances. Asking the ultimate questions –   what it would take to become financially independent?

Basically all those things that the finance guys tell you you should do.

(Schools should be teaching this stuff, because so many of us wonder around not knowing or understanding how money works).

Now, Tony didn’t turn up, One of his buddies did, and I can honestly say it was a great time. I took the folder home that I had diligently scribbled in, vowed not to be that person that never looked at it again, (they mentioned this person at the end of the weekend) and promptly became that person that never looked at it again.

It is only now, years later that I realise the stupidity of not looking at it, and not having a tight financial plan.

I’m only starting to do that now.

Here are a  few people that are, unknown to them, guiding and helping me, but there are many out there, so do look around and see who resonates with you:

Financial Samurai

Budgets are sexy

The Money Principle

But to answer the question: Is Tony Robbins worth it?

I have two take-a ways.

1) The Dickens Method – an absolute yes, as this changed the trajectory of my life.

2) The realisation ( though very belatedly)  that financial education and knowledge is crucial, and the sooner you start the better.

Turn the financial curating into a life long habit, and start NOW.