Feel It Real!: A Guided Approach to Bringing the Law of Attraction into Your Life

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Make the Law of Attraction Work for You

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The Law of Attraction has been embraced by millions as a powerful, life-changing tool. Yet while many are familiar with the theory ...
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Make the Law of Attraction Work for You

  • Build your wealth
  • Find your soul mate
  • Create your ideal body
  • Improve your health
  • Achieve success

The Law of Attraction has been embraced by millions as a powerful, life-changing tool. Yet while many are familiar with the theory that thinking positive will attract positive elements into your life, putting it into practice can be difficult to master. Realizing this after years of working with clients as a personal coach, Denise Coates developed fun, practical exercises for applying the Law of Attraction. Clients soon started to overcome their mental blocks and to experience the natural well-being of the Universe. These empowering, enlightening exercises — more than fifty in all — embrace every area of life, including wealth, health, career, body image, romantic relationships, and inner peace.

Truly, profoundly uplifting and bursting with positive energy, Feel It Real! will help you to put the Law of Attraction into practice and to achieve lasting, life-changing results.

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"Feel It Real! offers playful and practical exercises for fostering health, wellness, happiness, relationships, and prosperity." — Gary E. Schwartz, PhD, author of The Energy Healing Experiments

"Coates has expressed herself in such a user-friendly way — with humor and with the spirit of the innocent child within each of us. I highly recommend this book for all ages." — Albert Clayton Gaulden, founder of the Sedona Intensive Institute and author of Signs and Wonders and You're Not Who You Think You Are

"Coates, an actress, personal coach and author (Our Burden is Light) trained in reading and healing auras and chakras, has created a fun, intelligent guide to the Law of Attraction." — Publishers Weekly

Publishers Weekly
Coates, an actress, personal coach and author (Our Burden is Light) trained in reading and healing auras and chakras, has created a fun, intelligent guide to the Law of Attraction, an old idea revived by Rhonda Byrne's bestseller The Secret. Coates forgoes case histories and impractical theory in favor of learning by doing; more than half the text is devoted to 56 "games to attract your desires" ("Pick ten things to do for sheer pleasure"; perform anonymous good deeds; write out "commands or 'orders' that you want the Universe to fulfill"). The Law of Attraction's premise is that people are constantly emitting vibrational signals through thoughts and feelings; by feeling and giving love, we can increase our positive vibrations and attract like frequencies, i.e. similarly-upbeat people and events. Simple questionnaires and visualization exercises provide a wide range of activities, so it's easy to find some homework that resonates. Even if the Universe doesn't respond with that sought-after job, lover or money, readers will still find many ways to learn about and empower themselves.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416567424
  • Publisher: Atria Books
  • Publication date: 6/3/2008
  • Pages: 272
  • Sales rank: 679,731
  • Product dimensions: 5.60 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 0.90 (d)

Meet the Author

Denise Coates was born and raised in the Bay Area and Montana. She attended the Washington Psychic Institute, where she was trained to give aura and chakra readings and healings. In 2001 she discovered teachings on the Law of Attraction and has since coached several hundreds of people to happier and healthier lives.

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Why It's Good to Have Desires

Man's reach should exceed his grasp,
or what's a heaven for?
-- Robert Browning

I am so pleased you have chosen this book as a means to express your true nature by learning to create all you desire. There is nothing wrong with desire. I repeat: there is nothing wrong with desire. In fact, everything is right about having and manifesting your desires. It is what keeps the Universe thriving. Desiring allows it to expand itself into more and more creations.

Each of you is a continuum of this energy that wishes to create and expand itself in new and adventurous ways. Think of history's pioneers: Columbus, Magellan, Leonardo da Vinci, Rosa Parks. All of these pioneers felt the desire to reach beyond what already existed and expand into a New World, whether it was discovering new lands, creating amazing inventions, or being a catalyst for civil liberties. We've explored our oceans and now continue to explore farther and farther into outer space. Just as these outer frontiers exist, so do the inner frontiers of our spirit, waiting for us to discover, uncover, and reveal them.

This eternal expansion is important for us to experience; this is why we're here on this big, blue planet. We've always been and always will be pioneers, eternally unfolding through the process of desire and manifestation.

Have you ever wondered where your desires come from? Do you sometimes feel as if they are choosing you rather than the other way around? Desire is part of life, and your desires desire you as much as you desire them. In metaphysical terms, you are matching frequencies with your desire, and your soul wants to manifest these desires to expand consciousness. Unfortunately, some preach that desires are a no-no and claim them to be the source of suffering. Have you ever seen children making sculptures with clay? Have you seen them finger painting or playing make-believe? They don't look like they're suffering to me. This is because their natural state is to be creative and full of desire. This doesn't change after we become adults. We may suppress our desires and our creativity, but we can never eliminate them because they are as natural to us as breathing.

Think about it this way. If no one had desires, the following things would not exist:

Sistine Chapel airplanes automobiles medicine babies teachers Mozart's music your favorite books your favorite movies your favorite music Earth itself and the Universe, for that matter

I want you to ask yourself some questions about the concept of desire. What were you taught? What are your beliefs about having desire? Is it good? Is it bad?

List below what you believe about having desires. Right or wrong? Suffering or joy? Something to embrace or overcome?

Before you play these games, it's important to give yourself absolute permission to have desires. Say the following affirmation if ever you doubt yourself about having desires: "Desire is a form of Love."

You may ask, "What about destructive desires that come from addictions? Is that a form of love?"

Let this be your meter to know which desires are appropriate:


Addictions and destructive urges are actually not desires. They are means of escaping from your true feelings. It is necessary to have authentic feelings in order for true desires to be born. When people spend the majority of their time numbing their authentic feelings with addictions, their inner guidance system can't access their true desires. True desires uplift and are helpful to the individual and to others. True desires feel good in a wholesome, healthy way. True desires are beautiful in the light of day.

One more important note about desires: many times clients have come to me desiring a specific person into or back into his/her life. But that person is clearly not interested in him/her romantically, or is with someone else, or is unloving. In this case, when my client asks if it's good to hold a desire for a specific person, I say, "You are limiting the Universe by telling it who would be the truest love for you. Tell the Universe that you want to feel in love, how you want to be treated, and how you want to treat the other. Then let the Universe work out the details of who it is and how they will come into your life." In this and in many other situations, it's best to describe how you want to feel, but not outline how that feeling should be manifested.

You'll know which desires are good for you by how they make you feel. If thinking about them makes you feel joyful, light, connected, and happy, and if they are not harmful to another, then your emotional guidance system is signaling that these desires are born of love. Copyright © 2005, 2008 by Denise Coates

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments     xv
Introduction     xvii
How to Use This Book     xxi
The Art of Feeling it Real
Why It's Good to Have Desires     3
Law of Attraction     9
What Is Reality, Really?     19
Opposites Create Desires     25
Feeling It First     33
The Magic of Emotions     39
You Receive What You Believe     49
Speaking Only in Positives     59
Believing Is Seeing     67
The Vibrational Power of Love and Appreciation     77
Get High by Giving Love     83
Turn Up Your Frequency by Plugging into Your Source     89
A Book of Games to Attract your Desires
Games to Create a Life You Love
Hold That Note     99
Find the Feeling Place     101
It Already Happened     104
Match the Frequency     108
What Beliefs Would You Have?     111
The Collage     113
Close Your Eyes     114
Draw Your Desire     116
The TV Game     118
Three-Minute Visualization     120
Games to Create Abundance and Wealth
Multimillionaire's Spending Game     122
Want What You Have     125
Thank You, Universe     128
Already Wealthy     131
"Since Money Is No Object"     133
Games to Create Your Ideal Body
Twenty Beliefs about Your Ideal Body     136
Live in Your Perfect Body Now     139
The Sculpture Game     141
Body Imaging Game     143
Why Do I Want It?     144
Games to Create Career Success
The Interview     147
Expecting Success     149
Getting into Character     153
Take Stock of Your Assets     155
Games to Create Objects/Things You Desire
10 in 1 Appreciation     157
What I Really Want     160
I'll Take One of Those, Please     163
The Immersion Game     165
Games to Create More Self-Love
I Love Me     168
Hotter-Colder     171
The Party Has Already Started     173
Magic Feel Good     177
Filling Your Fun Tank     180
Games to Create True Love/Your Perfect Mate
Morning and Bedtime Stories: My Fairy-tale Happy Ending     183
You Have Love Now     186
My Perfect Mate in Detail     189
Lover's High     191
Games to Create Spiritual Connection/Inner Peace
Quiet Your Mind     193
Unconditional Love     196
Giving Love All Day     198
Visit Your Future Self     200
Who Else Is Going to Benefit?     203
The Secret Giver     206
Games to Create Health and Wellness
What's Healthy Now?     208
Stories of Healing     210
Reasons for Physical Well-Being     212
Journaling My Healthy Life     215
Quick Pick-me-ups-Games to Jump-start Your Vibration
I Command...     217
Get-Happy Questions     221
Ha, Ha, Ha!!!     223
Life Touchstones     225
Dressing the Part     228
Talk to Strangers     231
Favorites     233
The Vibrational Library     235
Emotional Goals     237
Conclusion     240
A Final Note     243
My Wins     245
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    ¿Feel It Real¿ by Denise Coates contains joyful games in regards

    “Feel It Real” by Denise Coates contains joyful games in regards to connecting with personal goals. The TV game, getting into character, and the immersion game are some of the unique ideas mentioned in this book. Please understand that I am aware that preconceptions based on a man or woman’s talent, physical appearance, intelligence, and social standing still play a prominent role in our society. It is just that I am truly realizing that high self-confidence is the most important trait that a person can have regardless of background and the various games in this book remind me of this insight in a happy way (especially with the self-love game). “Feel It Real” by Denise Coates is a thrilling book for those who are open to gathering information on the law of attraction.

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