Mindful Manifestation - Colette Baron-Reid | Oracle Queen | Founder of Oracle School

Mindful Manifestation

Are you a mindful manifestor? 

Do you take responsibility for the way you react to life’s adventures? 

Do you know you co-create reality between two essential truths?

The power to deliberately create reality lies with the right use of imagination and mind combined with a surrendered faith in a Higher Power.

There will be times when you will have to surrender to life on life’s terms, to admit there is a great mystery that will dash your desires to the rocks once in a while but if you hang in there you’ll see and experience wondrous miracles as long as you don’t take on an identity of victim.

It’s easy to think life happens to us. What if it happens for us?

Yes, even the really crappy stuff. Yes, the other shoe you’re so freaked out about dropping…might really drop! Yet there are miracles hidden in the darkest places. And it’s our job to find them.

And our attitude is so important. If I let fear lead—what a surprise—more fear. If I step into life with gratitude and high on hope—magic slippers are mine. Let it rain shoes! I’ll build a new closet or trade out the old ones!

I was first introduced to all of this new way of thinking via a wonderful old woman who was honestly my first real spiritual advisor and mentor. I met her when I was in drug and alcohol rehab 34 years ago. Her name was Marguerite and she reminded me of Aunt Clara from the TV show Bewitched—a slightly forgetful immensely compassionate and hilarious magical woman. Marguerite was kind and colorful and eccentric—always wore a muumuu in bright colors and always gave me cookies and tea when I visited to learn about all things spiritual (now that I was clean and sober) and trying to understand the “meaning of life.”

I loved her and she accepted me as is. She called me her exotic bird and, trust me, in my early recovery I was more freak than exotic. I needed love and she opened her heart. She was the mom I always wanted.

We were talking one afternoon about my circumstances. I had left home but still felt obliged to my family. My parents had lost everything and were very poor and barely living off the sale of the collectibles they had accumulated so they could pay the bills. My sister and I were helping best we could, but it wasn’t enough. My dad was 80 and suffering from dementia and my mom cried every time I spoke to her about how everything was getting worse and worse. The bank had taken our family home, my mom was earning $8 an hour at a dress shop, and I had some serious doubts about whether life was fair.

And to be honest, I was not getting how my thinking could help me out of this frightening mess. Fear wove its way into our lives and took us all hostage. I was so afraid of losing whatever meager thing I earned at the time I put all my money in a safety deposit box rather than in an actual account! What if “they came?” and took it away? It will be always be raining bad news.

Marguerite in her wisdom listened for a bit then promptly gave me two books that to this day I still go back to when I need a reminder of how the small human mind aligned with the Great Mind could be so powerful.

The books were Positive Imaging by Norman Vincent Peale and The Dynamic Laws of Prayer by Catherine Ponder. Whenever I wanted to go on and on about my victim story she would give me something to read in these books until I got the message. If I could be mindful of how I use my imagination and mind and put them to positive use, as a repetitive ritual, really cultivating a relationship to God, eventually the outer conditions of my life would change. They would reflect the consistent frequency of positive thought I was thinking. As I think so shall my life be.

She said simply, “Give it a go. What have you got to lose?”

Of course, she was right. Now over 30 years later, I’m still working the universal laws as I learned them from these books and more. I practice spiritual principles, keep my focus on the outcome I desire for the highest good, say thank you in advance while surrendering my fears and letting go control of the form reality is supposed to take (according to my wants that is ha!).  And most importantly expecting good to come out of the world, out of people, through me and for me.

It was and still is hard work but worth it.

I’m where I am now because I refused to see the conditions of my life as the source of my supply. Money or the obvious lack of opportunity (especially back then when I literally had no idea how I would live week to week) directly in my view was not the right lens to look through and view life’s potential.

I learned Spirit was the source of my supply and my job was to keep my thinking mindful and clear. I also discovered how important it is to stay connected to Spirit, open to receive and be willing to trust that if I kept acting as if all was well, it would be eventually.

What I have today is intangible and you can’t buy or sell it. It has no status and yet it lends me such power although you might not notice it. Today I run my life on Gratitude and an unerring faith in a Power greater than myself that has opened a portal to miracles and extraordinary things, all found in ordinary life.

The greatness within you and me is only a thought away, a prayer away, a step away.

Perspective and perception is everything really.

Did my new thinking change my parents’ circumstances? Unfortunately not but I was able to show up differently, be more compassionate, present and accepting without resentment. That alone was worth more than anything.

One thing I can promise you, once you really get that you have a co-pilot in Spirit (a manifesting partner that is always there) life will stop being a series of random bumps and self-run riot collisions with shoes dropping everywhere you turn.

I don’t mind them so much anymore. Trust me, when you begin thinking and acting this way life will really begin to feel like an adventure.

Would love to hear from you if any particular book influenced you when you began this journey? What did you learn from it? Why did you love it?

Ok now it’s your turn.., leave a comment, I love to read them! 

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  • Audrey Miller
    Reply

    Thank you Collette for sharing with authenticity the trials of your earlier messy life. You are one of my favorite teachers in the spiritual kingdom and one day my hope is that we meet. I love that you talk about magic in life and I try to share this perspective with those people in my life – so happy I have awakened. Love Audrey

  • Ann Gagnon
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    Thanks loved this blog post.
    Wondering you knew in French Marguerite is the word for daisies and the meaning of the name is pearl or gem 💎 ( thinking 🤔 gems or pearls of wisdom)… which sounds like that’s what Marguerite was for you.

  • Diana Davis
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    Hi Colette ,
    Thank you for revealing your story. It resignated with me. Fear was a constant with me sence I was a little child. 15 yrs ago I divorced my husband and took life on my own. I overcame fear and co-dependance. Now I have had some ups and downs with the shoes too. I can go on with my story… I am greatful all the time even when things get crazy. Faith and affirming to myself, “fear is the mind killer, I will not fear.” This saying in from the movie, Dune.

  • Brenda Chung
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    This is such a wonderful post, Colette! I can feel the wonder and magic of Spirit in your words. The book which started my spiritual journey was The Road Less Travelled by Scott Peck, it proved to be a signpost for me, pointing the direction I was to go because right after reading it I had a major breakdown but a year and a half later I sought out a psychotherapist due to that book. My therapist was for me what Marguerite was for you, a mother figure and spiritual mentor. And that was the turning point was the beginning of everything!

  • Anne
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    I have stopped doubting the mystical powers of synchronicity ! Every week your videos are so relevant and helpful to me. I love LOVE it !
    Thank you for all you do for so many of us ! You are a gift ! 🙏🏽💕

    • Anonymous
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      Thank you Colette! Being mindful is tough work but so worth it. It gets easier as you practice more that’s for sure! I love all your messages and your story. Two books that really put things into perspective for me are The Astonishing Power of Your Emotions and Ask and It Is Given, both by Abraham, Esther and Jerry Hicks! Once you know,what your emotions are telling you, it’s easier to focus and redirect your thoughts to more positive ones. Having experienced both ends of the spectrum of the emotional scale, I can affirm that our emotions really are the key to living an amazing life! Being mindful of your emotion so and what manifests is so empowering! I will be forever grateful to you for sharing your wisdom and love of Oracle Cards, I love them too! Blessings to you and yours!

  • Anateresa Mendes-Collins
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    Thank you for sharing this story. For me it was not a particular book but tarot and the tarot community discovered only 3 years ago. I would sit in front of my reading space and pray for guidance to help me not feel lost. The cards that came up were almost always the same. High Priestess and Queen of Cups. It took me months to really figure out what their message was and what they had to do about my feeling lost. It was simple somewhere along the journey of my life I stifled what made me, me. I had the power of co-creating the life I wanted for must of my life then I let someone take that power away. It was not a traumatic event simply giving myself fully to something and them betraying me. That was the moment I no longer trusted my feelings. So the Queen of cups was telling me that I had to start letting emotion in by being present in the moment. Fully present! To look on my past as not an excuse but the building blocks of who I am now and give myself the space to make a different choice. Looking at all the lessons in life from a place of gratitude. Once I figured it out the Magician was next to my High Priestess in my card pulls and I knew I was in a place of co-creating the life I want no longer afraid of what others might think. Blessing to all.

    • Sarah
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      I just love your brightness. I enjoy the weekly readings and this writing. They help me have hope and faith, and keep me aligned with love. This is a good reminder to find the positive even in hard times. I can certainly relate to that. Finding those special books, helpful people, and grace to get us through. Finding connection….thank you.

  • Jill
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    Thank you so much for your blog and reading this week Colette. It so fits with everything that’s been coming up for me. And I pulled a card myself to look at the energies around this week and got “A Change in the Wind”! 🙂 And I’m a huge fan of Catherine Ponder’s work. I’ve found it so helpful for me. Not yet read the one you mention so will be checking it out too. Thank you again and hope you have a wonderful time in California.

  • Jeanne Kouhestani
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    Loved your blog! I just ordered the books you mentioned from Amazon. The book that has had the biggest impact on me is the Conversations with God trilogy, but especially Book 1. It talks about co-creating your life with Spirit and sets the record straight about a lot of things that are confusing and misleading about religion. Re manifesting, I know I have manifested everything in my life, good and bad, but have had a bit of trouble guiding the ship in the direction I want. As you said, it’s hard work — but I’m working on it! I also want to mention how much I love using your Wisdom of the Oracle cards and Postcards from Spirit. I especially love the latter because they do not require interpretation but tell me straight out what I need to know. Thank you for the wonderful work you do!

  • Gabriele Campbell
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    The very first real spirituality book I picked up was back in 1991 and it was Shakti Gawain’s Spiritual Growth. It changed my life! I love how you phrase things, Colette. I’ll always come back to hear and read more. Many blessings to you.

    • Anonymous
      Reply

      Loved what came out today
      the cards ring true for me and
      I feel so blessed and very grateful you are with us all.
      Thank you Colette and Mark.
      Karen

  • Stephanie
    Reply

    The power of awareness by Neville…recommended by a shaman I saw

  • Rebecca Gauci
    Reply

    The book ‘Woman Who Run With Wolves’ changed the way I live – more out of love, openness and great honesty, instead of fear and victim state of being. It brought a lot of inner strength to live out and act with great instinct, to live out a quality conscious creative live. It brought courage to flow with the cycles of life, the going up and the going down, all phases with great beauty, lessons, and transformations.

    With your help too, this past year presented the awareness of living as such for the greatest good, to trust in the Universe, Oneness, the web of life we are all part of.

    Being sensitive, a blessing and a gift, has brought abundant experiences.
    Lately have not been embracing life with the right mindset, and am now in a confused state of being. Praying with great trust in the guidance of the Abundant Universe xx

  • Cindy
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    I love Norman Vincent Peale. I read The Power of Positive Thinking 7 years ago, when my full time job, on which I was living paycheck to paycheck, turned into a part time job. It was nowhere near what I needed to pay my bills. Then magic started happening. Jobs kept falling into my lap (five different jobs in one year!), each one offering more money than the last until I was making twice what the full time job that turned part time paid.

    Then I went through a period of stagnation, I was feeling resentful about some things in my life and at one point, I found myself exasperated. I was constantly thinking about what I didn’t like about my life, and it was really irritating. It felt like my thoughts were being broadcast into my mind by “Radio Negativity.” I picked up a copy of Norman Vincent Peale’s Thought Conditioners. I read one each day and tried to spend my free thought cycles thinking about the day’s statement. After about three weeks, I got a check in the mail for $1,200, and other wonderful things started happening. Think and Grow Rich and the Game of Life and How to Play it were also really good, but Thought Conditioners really helped me to focus on allowing Spirit to help me and to have faith that the help would come if I kept my thoughts focused on the positive.

  • Anonymous
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    I’ll bet you know this one: Your Word is your Wand by Florence Scovel Shinn. Changed my life when I was in my twenties! I had no idea what to do with the spiritual power I was discovering and the unfolding new beliefs. She helped me understand how we create with our words.

    • anonymous
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      The Game of Life and How to Play It … also by Florence Scovel Shinn!!

    • anonymous
      Reply

      The Game of Life and How to Play It … also by Florence Scovel Shinn is wonderful!!

    • Adonis Ramirez
      Reply

      Thank you so much, Colette! This was inspiring and lovely to be reminded of the greatness of Spirit to have everyone’s back, yours and mine. I am honestly grateful to have the power to co create alongside spirit, you and the whole world. I have accepted that true power in life lies in acceptance of it. This does not mean giving up. Just moving along with acceptance of what life gives and the power to accept (and create) something greater always. You taught me that in the two books that absolutely changed my life this year, both yours, the Animal Spirit Oracle and the Goddess Oracle. Thank you so much for your cocreations as they help me cocreate my world and life. I see you as a great powerful womentor (more than a ‘men’tor, oh so much more!) And I am greatly appreciative of your words.

  • Anonymous
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    Love you, Collette – so sincere and your heart is so pure! When I had hit rock bottom my psychotherapist gave me Dr Clarissa P. Estes book ‘Women Who Run with the Wolves’. It really helped me come back home to myself. After that , as you say , it’s co-creation with the invisible hand that helps us towards higher good.
    Thank you for sharing and all the best to all!

  • Cynthia Eyer
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    “The Solace of Fierce Landscapes:Exploring Desert and Mountain Spirituality,” by Belden C. Lane. There’s a repetitive theme that sticks with me, sending me outdoors to wander amongst my ancestral lands and listen to the wisdom of my world…”that which ignores us the most, brings us the greatest healing.” That the silence of an apathetic Divine Presence is the loudest message we can ever receive to heal the brokenness within.
    It reminds me of the concept of Wabi-Sabi, the Japanese art of mending broken vessels with gold. There’s an infinite beauty of perfection in the imperfect, the sharp pieces may cut us, but there is beauty in the mending. It’s the ever changing, fleeting, sometimes fragile moments that can inspire us to reflect on the fullness of our humanity, cracks and all.
    Which brings me to a poem by David Whyte and one line that stays with me, “anyone or anything that does not nourish us, keeps us small.”
    Blessings in the Light MiLady and may we all “step out in peace” (TNH).

  • Anonymous
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    Gracias!!!!🙌🏼

  • Bonnie
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    What a beautiful testimony of what connecting to spirit can do to help your life. My first book that moved me towards my spiritual journey was You Can Heal Your Life, by Louise Hay. Loved that woman! The next set of books were the Dynamic Law series by Catherine Ponder. They were suggested to me by my own version of Marguerite. Her name was Georgia and I would connect with her for spiritual talks and psychic readings. A lovely mother figure and wise woman. She passed a few years ago and I really miss her.

    Thanks for a lovely blog post, Colette.

  • Kendra
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    🙌🏽 needed this Monday morning, thank you for the constant reminders about where we need to draw from.

  • Anonymous
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    The first book that ever resonated with me about that necessary shift in perception was Stuart Wilde’s ‘Life was Never Meant to be a Struggle’. Wish I still had it but I bought about ten copies of it and gave them all away to people who were struggling.

  • Anonymous
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    I was fortunate to find Louise Hay’s You Can Heal Your Life when I was in my twenties, and I never looked back. When I needed it most, Spirit led me to EFT, and just last year, I discovered Oracle Cards. At seventy I am still learning, and the Oracle Cards have helped me get in touch with my intuition.
    I just wanted to add that instead of using the shoe imagery, I use the closet and the baggage metaphor. Just when I think I have cleared out all the baggage in my closet, and I can now relax, I discover another piece of baggage that I had no seen before because of course I was not ready to see it before. Now, however, I welcome the baggage, as it gives me a chance to clean out even more stuff of the stuff that keeps me from shining.

  • Line
    Reply

    Thank you so much for sharing your story and your insight. You have a beautiful spirit and a beautiful soul. The book that changed my life and how I view the world after my divorce 9 years ago was The Secret by Rhonda Byrne. That is when I started practicing gratitude and saying thank you for things in advance. It is also when I began manifesting. I sometimes find myself getting off track but your inspiration and wisdom quickly brings me back to where I need to be. I love and appreciate your blog especially today where I needed this reminder.

  • Kate
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    Hi Colette — yet again, another powerful blog post & reading. I love how those books influenced you so much. I’m a person who is beginning to experience the magic all around me, and often thru the books that almost fly off of shelves saying, “Read me!” … My list of influential ones is longer than a country mile and they’ve paved the way for me to see my world in a completely different light. I think of Marie Kondo’s book on decluttering, for instance, because it helped me understand how respecting what we have and giving things away we no longer need is a powerful energetic exchange. When I decluttered my home (took 5 months!) my whole life changed for the better. Our income even doubled “out of the blue.” I’ve loved books that guide me to doing energy experiments to increase my faith in The Field, such as the ones by Pam Grout, and Matt Kahn’s book, What Arises, Love That, has led me to a profound experience of self-forgiveness. Your card decks have also enriched my life, made me smile, and connected me to Spirit in a relationship that seems to deepen with every card pull. Love you, Colette!

  • Ann
    Reply

    Hi Colette!
    I always love your blog and have found so much value information in it, such as surrendering by putting your desires into the box you mentioned.
    I think my fear is losing my father before I make amends. There is love but I appear to not be good to him, cause harm, be a burden because of the stress of the arguments. More to say but I should not spam the comments…
    I have a lack of empathy so the “warning signal” in contacts when one goes too far and causes harm is lacking in me.
    I’m also not very clear about what happened and how I’m not good to him and how I need to change…
    But I want to change and be more aligned to a Higher Power.
    I’m not sure how to choose love over fear in this case. I want to not cause harm, apologize and be at peace before he passes… To clear this. But I think I want that for myself, not for him.
    Do you think not acting on fear means I just continue this nightmare… which is not only horrid for me but probably also a burden to him… and do nothing unless I act with a selfless intention?
    I apparently don’t understand to change for him… don’t feel his pain. Is it wrong to not be motivated by my others’ pain and needs?
    And… is it wrong to seek therapy to work on myself? My intention is not feeling so anxious in this situation…
    Not sure how to move forward but I desperately want to make amends before he passes… but not sure if that’s for the Highest Good…
    Not sure how to move forward… Maybe I need to face the darkness, find insight and choose love… instead of grasping for support desperately…
    Sorry for being a selfish burden and asking this. You don’t have to reply!!!
    Best wishes to you

  • Debbie
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    Thank you so much Colette for this personal sharing. I was also inspired by a very spiritual lady with fiery red hair and a bright, enlightening and charismatic personality. She was warm and caring and taught me so much about the universe and the law of attraction. My favourite inspirational book is the Four Agreements by Don Miguel Ruiz and the teachings that there is a different way than what society teaches.

    • Caroline
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      Thank you Colette for accepting me into your group.
      I am learning to read numbers and I have been continuously been asking God to direct me to someone who can help me understand the meanings and guide me to my calling.
      I feel and see energy, my dreams sends me messages.
      The first time I had a vision through my dreams I was 16. At the age of 26 I learned about Reiki. At age 36 to pull me through hardship I was guided to numerology and now 39 this month I am guided to you colette and noticed Oracal cards have numbers.
      Where can I purchase the cards or does someone have to give me cards?
      I am very interested in learning and I look forward to your feedback.
      Numbers seem to calm me most and give me a better understand and I would really like to learn more, not only to help my self, others as well.
      Thank you for taking the time to read.

  • Kelli
    Reply

    Thank you, your message & your reading were just the reminder I needed today. Return to love was my first eye opening read many years ago, it remains a touch stone for me to this day. ( Marianne Williamson)

  • Renee Sugar
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    Dear Colette;
    Thank you for such a beautiful sharing. Always important to be reminded that evolution/transformation is a process, an unfolding ” a symphony” .
    I loved what you said about not allow fear to lead. Waking up sometimes can be a sudden, jarring jolt into facing the present, or it can be a gradual shift. I know that having lived next store to a public library; has offered so many gifts, and teachers over the past 20 years. A synthesis of perspectives, drawing from the wisdom, and experience of many Hay House authors (including you of course!!!!)
    As our neural pathways are imprinted with messages from the past, each and every step toward making a different choice builds momentum and gradually replaces the thoughts that don’t serve us or enhance our lives.
    Dr. Joe Dispenza most definitely left an indelible imprint on my mind. Written from the perspective of a scientist , it was grounded in information that although initally foreign to me, the jargon was repeated until I understood the language.

  • Mindy Baker
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    There are two books that inspired me deeply when I started my journey 25 years ago.

    One is “Man’s Search For Meaning” by Viktor Frankl. This book really taught me among many things, the power of the mind, choice, attitude and how we choose to respond to life (thank you for asking this question as it’s a beautiful reminder for me).

    The other book that inspired me greatly was Phil McGraw’s book “Life Matters”. While it is an amazing book, there is one thing he said that changed everything for me. He said (paraphrasing) you either get life or you don’t. And I decided in that moment that I want to be one of those people who get life.

    Thank you Colette! You inspire me greatly too. I have many of your decks (the actual decks and on my phone). Pure magic!

  • Thais Oliveira
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    Thank you, Colette. When I began my spiritual journey, one particular book inpsired me to search outside my Catholic bringin up: The Mists Of Avalon. I have always loved Greek Mythology, but when I read The Mists of Avalon it felt as if a whole new world was showing itself to me. Since then, I have learned a lot of incredible things that ahve contributed to my growth as a human being.

  • Dina Jennings
    Reply

    Collette, thank you for your positive energy. One of my favorite books is “Who will cry when you die ?” By Robin Sharma

  • Felicia
    Reply

    There isn’t one blog you write that doesn’t speak to me exactly when it needs to speak to me. That alone should be my go-to gratitude space when things start getting sucky. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you. I adore you, your goodness, your compassion, your understanding, YOUR LIGHT…bla bla bla. Anyway, You Rock! Thank you, Colette! …as far as the books, “God on a Harley” sticks out for me.

  • Carolyn
    Reply

    Thank you for taking us with you on your adventures!
    I was 22 and incredibly ill with Myasthenia Gravis in the early 1980’s, I had a thymectomy and was told I would be in a wheelchair by age 40. I was an angry hurt soul. I found Dr. David Viscott and he helped me discover how to tell the truth, here’s a quote:”The purpose of life is to discover your gift. The work of life is to develop it. The meaning of life is to give your gift away.” Dr. Berne Segal’s books helped me heal from surgery. I found magical you on your radio show on Hay House (loved it!)and have been following you ever since. I believe through the soul work I was doing I became symptom free by my 30th birthday and still am today at age 60.
    Thank you Collette for a great inspiring ride!

  • Jane Houston
    Reply

    Thank you, Colette! I started a 20 day “tune up” this morning and was so inspired when I read your blog. Many Lives, Many Masters by Brian L Weiss MD – that book just opened my eyes! Before that, Into the Magic Shop by James R Doty MD – it was my real introduction to mindfulness meditation. And, Louise Hay always made sense because she presented her life story and suggestions with such clarity. I love your enthusiasm and your generosity, Colette! Lead on! Jane

  • Giovanna
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    Hi Colette,
    Thank you for sharing your truth, it means a lot. Your voice helps shine the light in the dark places we all find ourselves at one point or another. The book that started to change everything for me was, “The Secret” by Rhonda Byrne. Even though I thought I was a positive, faithful person, this book helped me turn my thoughts towards a true faith and gratitude way of life. It started my gratitude journal, vision board, and visualization practice. I constantly refer to it, as it’s been a constant on my night table, and pages are worn and falling out, but every time I start slipping down into that dark hole, i flip to a page in that book, and it helps me find the tools I need to practice. We all need these reminders and to keep practicing what we learn. I’m a work in progress and still growing and looking for clarity, but I see the practice is becoming my routine or ritual, so that’s a good thing. Thanks again for keeping it real. <3

  • Jeri Kay
    Reply

    Celestine Prophesy and the Secret were two books that found me while I was in therapy over 20 years ago. I realized that it was okay to be my quirky spiritual self. I went to see Sylvia Brown in Denver and this beautiful brunette opened for her and I instantly felt a connection to Collette. Oracle School and this site makes me feel like I am home.

  • Brenda
    Reply

    Great wisdom as always x
    Before coming across your oracle cards as a way back to a simpler life, I started with a book called (I should be happy but I’m not) written by Heidi DeSanto.
    An emotional fitness gym expert in Australia Melbourne. Who runs a Facebook gym.
    In a odd way her teachings are very similar working with the parts of us that don’t always work so well.
    Introducing your cards with this was a blessing, working them into My daily lifestyle has been a blessing.
    Thank you for sharing, your life is one I’m sure a lot of us have taken in one way or another, thank you for making it real for us to learn even when we fall off this rollercoaster called life.
    Have a beautiful day 🙏

  • Lizzie
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    What a wonderful post! There are two books that changed that my life and opened up my soul in ways I never thought possible. Dr. Brian Weiss – Many lives, Many Masters and Gary Zukov’s Seat of the Soul. For me reincarnation had been a fascination for me since the age of five. My sister and I knew we were different simply because at a very young age we knew definitively we’d had lived many lifetimes together. I remember not too long ago when I had stepped off the path of spirituality, yelling at her “Why the hell did I ever come back” and she promptly replied, “Because I asked you to and I needed you here with me.” I knew for certain deep in my soul that I would do it again if asked. Zukov’s Seat of the Soul expanded my awareness of what a soul’s possibility could be. Much like Taoism, your soul is everything and it is nothing at all: meaning we encompass everything and nothing at the same time. We are the Yin and Yang. We know everything and nothing at all for our souls are here to learn, absorb, become then start all over again building a new each time. I can say with ease that these books changed my perception on life, but most importantly my perception of self.

  • Anonymous
    Reply

    1988 – Treatment – Norman Vincent – Leo Buscaglia – our stories are synchronized Collette. – mine 10 years old – The Power of Positive Thinking, Norman Vincent Peale.

  • Julie Kenton
    Reply

    Colette!
    I get it! I truly get it! Life is a journey. I’ve been on my spiritual path for 25 years now after having a life changing event occur when I was 24. I’ve read hundreds of books, but there are 2 books that finally made it click for me both by William Buhlman, ADVENTURES BEYOND THE BODY & ADVENTURES IN THE AFTERLIFE. Both are a must read. Thank you for all you do!!

  • Renee Sugar
    Reply

    How could I have forgotten this one!!! ” Oh the Places You’ll Go. ” Dr. Seuss
    “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”
    Such wisdom, inspiration filled with love, good humor and encouragement.
    Never too old to read this. Heartwarming!!!!

  • Kerstin
    Reply

    Dear Colette,
    I love to read your blog and I love all the stimulations.
    Yes u are totally right.

    I think the most people read a lot and see so many youtube channels
    or do some course.
    But in everyday life we have real challenges and therfore we are so many
    times not able to use this practice.
    Of course we want, but all these fear and doubt are bigger. More real.

    I also had a lot of situations, in which the spiritual world told me something or
    guided me. And this feels like so easily. I love it.

    But somtimes …

    And to have a partner in life for support is so precious. But most of people,
    especially trainer, teacher don´t give an free advise or note. Sometime we only
    need a push to find the way again.
    That often makes me sad.

    And so i love your blog from the bottom of my heart.
    Thank you so much

    In love
    Kerstin

  • Carol
    Reply

    Thank you Colette! I so appreciate everything you do; you are indeed a Light Worker.
    I love to read anything by Pam Grout; her books for me, were truly enlightening and life changing! She is my positivity guru and I keep her books handy when I need a quick reminder that I have the power to change my life with my thoughts.
    Many Blessings!
    Carol

  • Rosalia Fontes
    Reply

    After all of this❤️I just can sincerely say 🙏 Thanks 🥰🍀

  • cyndee stegall
    Reply

    I so enjoy your posts. Some years ago, I think it must be 9 or 10, I visited my daughter in Alaska. She was going through a terrible time, dealing with addiction, a horrible, abusive marriage, none of which I seemed to be able to help her with. Despite all that, she introduced me to Conversations With God, and it happened to be a cold, snowy month, so I stayed indoors and started to read it. I had never read anything like it in my life, and a transformation started to occur that I still can’t quantify today. For the next year, I didn’t listen to the radio while driving (which had been a staple of my commute), and instead, used that time for a kind of meditation and observation. I also didn’t drink alcohol for a year, though I don’t know why………it’s never been an addiction or problem for me, but for some reason, I didn’t want it at all…….but this wild journey of self-exploration and awareness opened up for me. I still remember the day that I opened that book like it was yesterday, and am incredibly grateful for that gift.

  • Penelope Quirk
    Reply

    The Nature of Personal Reality (Seth), channeled by Jane Roberts was my first game changer, and that brought me to Abraham, as I always wanted to see this type of channeling in person. I’ve always experienced synchronicities in my life, thinking it was magical and there really was something to this, but the Mindfulness in the teachings of Abraham has really helped me to be the powerful co-creator that I was meant to be. Oracle Palooza was Fabulous! Great experience and so wonderful to have gotten to know you (as a public figure) in this journey. (I’m the one with the Honu Wisdom Oracle Card Deck in progress.) With gratitude and appreciation.

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