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Create Your Reality
Create Your Reality One Thought at a Time
Category: Self-Help
Create Your Reality radio is the show that empowers you with information on how to drive your brain and create a more purposeful, joyful, and fulfilling life for yourself one thought at a time. Your host, Lynn Crocker, intends to demystify your bra ...more
Create Your Reality radio is the show that empowers you with information on how to drive your brain and create a more purposeful, joyful, and fulfilling life for yourself one thought at a time. Your host, Lynn Crocker, intends to demystify your brain’s processes and shows you how to identify and change habitual thoughts that are not serving you. Each week, you’ll hear from her and other experts who will help you understand how your thoughts create your reality and how you can use this awareness to change your life from the inside out.
Lynn is a Life Coach who is passionate about helping people understand that what they think affects how they feel; how they fee...

by Lynn Crocker
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November 24, 2013 08:32 PM PST

In this conversation Pat gives an overview of strategic goal setting tools and techniques that you can use to move your dreams into reality.

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!”

This quote, attributed to Benjamin Franklin, is startlingly true in its direct simplicity. Lack of planning is the reason why so many of you don’t feel like you are getting anywhere despite your hard work.

You are like a mouse running haphazardly through a maze. While you might hit your target, success is not guaranteed and a lot of your time and energy is wasted in the process. The fact is you have not taken the time to think about what you really want and set concrete goals and action plans to achieve your dreams.

Why is strategic goal setting important?

Setting strategic goals helps you narrow your focus to what you really want to go for in life. And establishing actions plans for achieving those goals helps you focus your time and be more mindful of distractions like television, surfing the web or other people’s whims.

For many of you, the process of setting strategic goals and establishing and sticking to action plans may be unfamiliar or feel overwhelming. How and where do you begin?

Pat’s book The Go Getter’s Guidebook is a great place to start. It is a motivational jumping off point full of inspiring calls to action and ways to approach goals. It includes specific suggestions on what someone can do to make the changes necessary to being creating the life they want.

November 03, 2013 02:33 PM PST

In this conversation, Sherry touches on her unique healing technique: QuantumPathic Energy Method or QPEM.

Sherry developed QPEM from insights gained when she lost all that she knew and loved as the result of a horrible car accident.

QPEM rests on the premise that all of your emotional experiences are energetically embedded into your cellular memory. These memories and the ingrained belief systems that they create, are what cause physical ailments and dis-ease.

Your body has within it the innate impulse, some call it wisdom, needed to ensure it stays healthy. This is evident in your body’s ability to heal itself.

Unresolved, negative experiences can alter the quality of this innate impulse and the biochemical energy within each cell. Over time this can result in physical ailments that alter the quality of your life.

The QPEM allows you to connect to your body at the cellular level of consciousness and begin to release these experiences. According to Sherry, utilizing the body’s innate impulse towards balance, health and well-being, QPEM has helped people who suffered with very serious physical illnesses such as depression, cancer, Parkinson's, and diabetes.

Learn more about QuantumPathic Energy Method


September 24, 2013 05:56 PM PDT

How to alter your perspective on the world around you and live a life of true magic and inspiration

Mitch Williams is an international award winning magician and sleight of hand artist, an inspirational speaker and an authority on creativity, personal transformation, and peak performance.

As an entertainer he has performed for audiences throughout the US and Canada, in Japan and in Europe.

As a speaker Mitch has presented seminars and workshops which combine his outstanding magic with uplifting and thought provoking messages on the “real magic”  around us.

For over thirty-five years he has been an avid student of cutting edge information on human development, transformational psychology, future studies and psycho-spirituality.

His book A call to Magic – The Artful Science of Transforming Self and World is filled with practical suggestions on how to radically alter your perspective on life and the world around you and live a life of true magic and inspiration.

In this conversation, Mitch shared with listeners his unique point of view of using magic as a way to improve your quality of life to become happier and more fulfilled.

September 02, 2013 08:12 PM PDT

How to Cultivate and Practice the Art of Allowing

Practicing the art of allowing means you are flowing, surrendering and trusting the creative process while forcing means you are in a place of constriction, distrust and fear.

Attempting to force something into existence is going against the current of life. The key to the art of allowing is settling into  the awareness that we are a part of a loving and supportive universe that is here to manifest what we want.

According to Colleen we are all surrounded by helpers and guides in non-physical form who are waiting for us to ask for help. She points out that we are here to experience free will and it is not up to our guides to step in and help. They understand what we are here to learn and go  through. When you ask for help, you essentially give them “permission” to intercede on your behalf and begin orchestrating what you want.

Colleen offers the following three-point plan for practicing the art of allowing:

  1. Ask for what you want
  2. Know that you have been heard
  3. Let it go

I, like many others, get tripped up on the third step. I have a hard time trusting the process. But I find the more I let things go, the more opportunities there are for me to see the results. These experiences stack and build trust.

In our conversation, Colleen offers several ways to communicate with non-physical guides including the use of a pendulum and/or muscle testing, as well as paying attention to the way your body feels. Check out our conversation to learn more.

August 09, 2013 01:41 PM PDT

This is a continuation of my conversation with award winning author Mary Lore. Access part one.

July 31, 2013 01:12 PM PDT

Powerful thoughts is a new concept to me. I am familiar with the notion of positive thinking and have given it a try in many different circumstances. For a while I used positive thinking to try and bring a challenging relationship with a co-worker up to a higher level of communication. Every morning I would spend several minutes repeating a mantra along the lines of “Joanie and I are communicating honestly and fairly….Joanie and I are communicating openly and seeking to understand each other’s points of view…” etc. Some days it worked to put me in an open space of possibility, but most days all it did was bring to mind previous emotionally taxing, negative conversations and interactions.

But, I kept at it diligently, completely ignorant to the fact that instead of creating the healthy relationship I wanted, I was solidifying the detrimental one. I didn’t believe what I was saying and my mind helped me out with examples that supported my disbelief.

You see I was not paying attention to what Mary Lore calls, my follow-up thoughts.

How to Tell the Difference Between Positive and Powerful Thoughts

In our conversation about positive thoughts versus powerful ones, Mary points out that one way to tell the difference between the two is to pay attention to your follow-up thoughts after the initial thought. If your follow-up thoughts deflate you, make you feel fearful or unmotivated, the initial thought is not a powerful thought no matter how positive is sounds. However, if your follow-up thoughts uplift, motivate, and energize you, the initial thought is a powerful thought.

In my example above if I had shifted my focus from the interaction between Joanie and I and placed it on myself, I would have felt empowered. Thoughts along the lines of “I am being my true, loving authentic self in all my interactions with Joanie and others…” would have uplifted and motivated me to be they type of person I strive to be.

Mary points out that what works for one person will not work for another. And what works for years will one day stop working.

The trick is to be flexible and creative with your thoughts and always check in with yourself to see how you feel. Are your shoulders tense or relaxed? Are you smiling or frowning? Do you feel light or heavy inside? These are all indications of whether or not you are thinking powerful thoughts versus positive ones.

July 02, 2013 02:39 PM PDT

Unleash Your Power

How to Unleash Your Power Within You to Create More Abundance, Joy and Fulfillment

by Lynn Crocker


This conversation with Deborah focuses on her EXPLODE into Life™ program  which is a self-paced, multi-media program designed to unleash your power within you. 

Comprised of five modules and utilizing photos, videos, audio meditations and exercises, EXPLODE into Life™ guides you to create the life you want.

Module one, called Connect, prompts you to get to know your true Self, your essential nature. Through this awareness you are able to tap into your intuition and work with the energy of the Universe to receive information and guidance. Without this connection to Self and Source you end up navigating through the world without an internal guidance system.

Joy is the name of module two. In order to fully engage the creative power of the Universe, you must be in a place of joy. This module teaches you how to find out what excites and inspires you and gives you a sense of joy. From this high vibrating place, you can begin to unleash your power and create what you want in your life.

Module three is called Stability and encourages you to ground your life force to Earth. It offers tools for releasing negative attachments to your past including forgiving yourself and others. It teaches you to be in the world and stabilize your vision for your life.

While learning to stretch out into the world, it is important to guard your connection to your Self and Source. This is where the fourth module comes in. Titled Solitude, this module teaches you how to go within to what Deborah calls your “internal spa” or personal safe space. In this space, you can recognize limiting beliefs and internal blocks that are holding you back and reconnect with your internal guidance system.

The final module is called Explode and focuses on putting everything that you learned in the program into action. It teaches you how to handle the ups and downs of life while still experiencing the true joy and fulfillment that comes from living life fearlessly and intentionally.

June 25, 2013 07:43 PM PDT

How to Invoke the Law of Creation by Manifesting from the Heart

by Lynn Crocker

Loyal listeners of my show know that my guests and I talk a lot about the Law of Attraction. It is a very important law to know and become practiced with, but it is not the only way to manifest. Where as the Law of Attraction relies on the thoughts produced by your brain, the Law of Creation involves opening your heart to receive information from the universe. It’s a small but important distinction.

In essence, the Law of Attraction is future focused while the Law of Creation pulls your focus into the present.

According to Melissa, the Law of Creation is about living moment-to-moment and paying attention to what is lighting you up. It’s about getting out of your head and getting into feeling the vibration of your heart’s energy.

The Law of Creation is about paying attention and noticing when you are feeling in a state of playfulness and truly enjoying what you are doing.  Engaging in these activities shifts the center of focus from your mind to your heart.

Melissa dives into the three primary qualities of the Law of Creation:

  1. Playfulness – In a place of playfulness, you engage in discovery and are open to new experiences. You are present to what you enjoy and you choose to participate in these activities without judgment about right or wrong, good or bad. You are having fun.
  2. Consciousness – Consciousness is about separating from your mind while connecting to your heart and allowing its energy to shine through you. It is about leaving space for intuition to rise up and your heart’s desires to come to you. One of the tools that Melissa suggests to help open up this space is creating a series ofintuitive dream boards.
  3. Inclusiveness – Inclusiveness involves expanding your focus from yourself to the whole of creation. Rather than thinking “I want x,y,z” as with the Law of Attraction, the Law of Creation expands this to “I want x,y,z for myself and everyone else”. It leads to a collaboration rather than competitiveness.

To summarize, the Law of Creation involves being in a place of discovery and playfulness while staying open to all possibilities; creating space for your heart’s wisdom to come through, and including others in your vision.

June 13, 2013 02:05 PM PDT

Everyone knows that a solid building starts with a solid foundation. The same is true about a person. A joyful, productive adult who loves herself and contributes to the well-being of others, stems from a solid emotional foundation.

As children, some of us were surrounded by people who showered us with unconditional love. They protected and encouraged us and provided great models for how to respond and navigate in the world. For others, childhood was full of harsh judgements, conditional love and emotional trauma.

Simply, your childhood experiences and interactions with others create the emotional foundation of how you perceive yourself, the world around you and how you fit into it.

Instead of concrete or rocks, your emotional foundation is built out of core beliefs formed from your early interpretations of other’s opinions about you, what was safe and what was dangerous.

The great news is your emotional foundation can be healed and strengthened.

But just like repairing a building’s foundation requires an array of specialized tools, so does healing your emotional foundation.

To introduce others to the necessary tools as well as how to use them, Vicki created a four-week teleseries called Embracing the 7 Essentials for Adults. Check out the overview.

If you don’t want to wait until Vicki offers the course again at the end of the summer, contact her for 1:1 coaching sessions.

For daily inspiration, connect to her Facebook page. 

June 08, 2013 12:18 PM PDT

There is a part of you that remains neutral and unaffected by what ever happens to you.

This often called the Observer Self, your Higher Consciousness, the Real You, your Diving Self, Christ Consciousness, Universal Consciousness or the Soul. The name is not important. What is important is understanding that learning to reach and remain in this place of neutrality enables you to more effectively direct your thoughts and emotions and rise above the laws of rhythm, polarity, and cause & effect which cause you to swing between the perceived opposites of happiness and sadness; fear and love, depression and inspiration, etc.

By remaining tapped in to your Observer Self, you can see your personality/ego in action.

You can objectively take note of thoughts that trigger positive emotions and drive you to engage in activities that are inline with your goals and dreams. You can also objectively take note of thoughts that trigger negative emotions and drive you to engage in activities that hinder your goals and dreams.

Through mindful practice and a commitment to remain in a place of observation you can begin to consciously choose to where to focus your thoughts and begin to direct your life. Until you reach this place of neutrality, you remain at a level of vibration where you are not fully able to create your reality.

Tanya takes a deep dive into understanding creative power of your observer self in her book the Adventure of I – A Journey to the Center of Your Reality.

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