Law of Attraction and Source: Exploring these two concepts in-depth.
I can’t be sad! I can’t be sad! Aware of the power of positive thinking, he’s now fearful of having negative emotion.
Why do those who need this, resist this? Should he share this newfound wisdom with struggling family members and friends?
All is well, but his body weight: “Anytime something is unpleasing to you, and it’s slow to change, it means one thing—you’re giving more attention to what-is than to what you prefer. What you are reaching for is the feeling of letting yourself be as you want to be."
Parenting an autistic child: “The Law of Attraction will always provide for this pure of heart. This child is in a better place of deliberate creation than anybody in this room.”
He does like the drama! “Sometimes it’s just easier to go with the most practiced thought, even if it’s negative—than with a less-practiced thought, even though it’s more positive.” How to break the cycle of drama.
Break-up issues: Looking at the relationship between "two freedom-seeking individuals who don’t always want exactly the same thing." Advice on how to make it all mesh together.
Having individual peace will create world peace: How much of an influence can we be on each other by the vision we hold of another?
Do people and animals choose death dates? She asks, “Could my fear of losing the dog I loved so much have helped hasten his departure?"
Home birth vs. hospital birth? . . . Giving birth: Abraham tells us, “It is absolutely possible to have this experience in utter ease.”
Suicide—an alternate view: “Every death is suicide." Abraham pushes the limits and gives a Crisis Hotline Operator a strategy for dealing with suicidal callers.
“I love you so much that I don’t care what you think”: Abraham examines the pillars of unconditional love.