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Ten years ago, Sarah Prout walked away from an abusive marriage with two suitcases, two kids, and $30,000 in debt. Today she is happily married, running a million-dollar business and helping people around the world achieve the life of their dreams. She credits her success to manifesting and the law of attraction – the belief that thinking positive or negative thoughts attracts positive or negative experiences into your life. Prout’s message is simple: when you choose to guide your emotions, the Universe will show up and support you to find success, love and happiness.DEAR UNIVERSE first contains 100 mini-meditations to help readers rise above negative feelings like anger, loneliness or powerlessness. Then they’re invited to aim for a love-based word from a second set of 100 meditations that focus on positive emotions like feeling abundant, devoted, inspired or passionate. It’s an invitation to call upon the energy of the Universe and manifest your own reality: a combination of practical guidance, soulful exercises and nuggets of wisdom.Sarah believes that anyone can create the life of their wildest dreams and control their destiny, and she shows readers how to begin that journey with simple steps and mini-meditations to manifest a life they love.
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