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The Emotional Part of Manifesting

Last week we focused on Spiritual, and in this discussion I would like to focus on the emotional part of manifesting. A simple way to measure a person’s emotional health is how long it takes to come back into balance after an event happens, of course this will vary based on the intensity of what you have experienced.

Let’s be real if you have a really nasty breakup after a long term relationship, it’s going to take longer to get over than a one month connection. The more balanced you are, the quicker and easier the movement forward.

Here is the tie into manifesting, if I’m still hurt or not at peace about a past event it will dramatically affect not only my ability to have a new person show up, but the person that shows up, could potentially reflect my hurt instead of what I want.

I wonder if that is one of the reasons why rebound relationships seldom work?

More next week, let me know what you think


Let me know what you think?

Today I’d like to look at “Spiritual” the first of the four areas from last week. Spiritual for me is the soul or essence of who I am. It’s the part of me that holds the highest information as to who I am, what my truth is, as well as what I am here to do and who I am to become.

I wonder if “the still inner voice” is really my soul trying to communicate with me? What do you think?

Spiritual is also something much greater, the essence of nature, people, God (whatever word you are comfortable with) and the universe.

It seems to make sense that the degree I am connected “or one” would reflect my level of spiritual growth.

Let me know what you think?


I would like to straighten this out

 There is a lot of confusion around spiritual, emotional, consciousness and manifesting. What they are, how they work and even more so, how can I change my life by working in each area? All 4 areas are separate and yet they usually affect each other. This is a very important delineation.

Let’s use the example of a rich unethical stockbroker. He/she will probably have a very low level of spiritual, emotional and overall consciousness, however; they will have a high level of financial manifesting consciousness.

The example I gave last week could be the exact opposite. The person couldn’t pay their rent, which reflects a low level of financial manifesting consciousness, however; they had a fairly high spiritual and emotional consciousness. They could be at peace and totally fulfilled couch surfing, maybe not.

Which one of the four areas would you choose to grow in?

Have a great week




Why spiritual manifesting does not work

Throughout time people have always had a challenge getting the spiritual work or changes in consciousness they achieve to make a difference in their lives. It is not unusual for me to work with a person that has done a lot of emotional/spiritual work and they can’t pay their rent. That’s because increasing your consciousness or spiritual work and manifesting are two completely different skills.

Seeing them as separate is the first step in having them work together.

More on this next week.


Did you do your homework?

How has your week gone, did you have a chance to look at how “consciousness” might be getting in the way of fully living your life?

One of the many interesting things I’ve learned about spiritual consciousness is this — If you put something into the brain, a statement and especially a question, if it reflects a truth in you, subconsciously your whole system will start to churn away on it.

I guess part of the reason I’m saying this is to not sound like a schoolteacher “did you do your homework”. It is generally true however, the more attention and exploration one puts on something the faster the result will be experienced.

Attracting and having an amazing soul relationship is also about letting the subconscious spiritual consciousness churn away on something and then letting the information and the realizations surface.

Till next time Patrick

Chemistry and Consciousness

Chemistry and Consciousness,

A common definition of chemistry would be “an experience that comes through the senses that is appealing to the individual.”  Some of these senses could be visual, auditory, emotional and or kinaesthetic.

So what does consciousness have to do with chemistry? A whole lot actually!

Consciousness is the sum of a person’s thoughts, feelings, actions and experiences. In other words “the essence of who a person is in any given moment.”

Let’s look at an example, Becky and Tom have a huge amount of emotional, physical and spiritual chemistry. Becky’s last 3 relationships really hurt her and as a result she has an edge around men and is not ready to completely trust. Becky’s hurts may dominate the connection and lead to actions that she does not want or intend to create. The worst part is that it may muddy or destroy the attraction and hide the potential, all of this can happen in a way that is totally unconscious. The Becky and Tom example is relevant on a first date or in a long term relationship. It’s always a good thing to be aware of what is underlying our feelings and actions.

This week I invite you to look at how your “consciousness” might be getting in the way of what you want.

Till next time Patrick

Where do my decisions come from?

The first thing we need to do is to realize that there are two different systems or main categories that we make our decisions from. Each of the two systems have several subsystems within them. This article and the next few will be dealing with the two main areas, we will get into the subsystems later.

Every person I have ever worked with (including myself) ponders the question “should I trust my intuition or my analysis?” These are the two main categories that we make decisions from.

At one extreme, society and our academic systems have us believing that the analytic way of making decisions must be better, and yet there are mistakes made by even the most well trained people. On the other side of the pendulum is the person who leads life from their intuition, and in some cases they can’t get their lives to work.

What is a person to do? The first step is to understand that there are two very distinct areas that we gain decision making information from. That both areas have strong points and weak areas.

Till next time.

“Goal Wishing and Goal Visioning” the first two steps

For the next number of posts I’d like to go into each area of what most people call goal setting.

I use the term “goal wishing” to describe the starting and sometimes ending point for most people’s “goal setting” adventures. Having something come to mind like a new job, more money a house etc. can be the start of what needs to be experienced, however this is a very incomplete and risky place to run your life from! As an example; the dream or wish of having a house is this simply a programmed social response, or should we really be going back to school? This is why the process of “goal visioning” is so important, it gets you in touch with what your inner self (higher) really needs to have happen and also the sequence it is to happen in.

How many times do we expend a lot of time, money and life energy chasing a goal that turns out to have the wrong timing or it’s just plain an uphill battle. I don’t know about you, I’m fairly sure I don’t have enough fingers and toes to count the dead end journeys as well as the number of years lost.

“Goal Visioning” is usually a guided process that takes a person past the “I want this” to a place of “knowing” what they need to do, have or accomplish. When your actions are coming from a connection with your higher self, life sure becomes a whole lot easier.

To summarize, the first two steps are “Goal Wishing” and “Goal Visioning” next week we will discuss the third step.

Thanks for listening

The Building Blocks in Goal Setting

Welcome to 2012

It seems predictions this year range from a slight shift in our economies to the end of the world.  That’s quite the range! (more on this in later conversations)

I don’t mean to sound trite, if the end of the world might be this year why would I worry about something I can do nothing about? All that would be accomplished is less growth and productivity for myself, and more fear added into a world that already has too much. Whatever I put my time, focus and energy into always produces some sort of a result. It may not be what I want though.

The beginning of each year historically is the time for us to get clear on what we would like the next 12 months to look like, to use a well know word “resolution” as we know resolutions very seldom produce results.

Over the past 15 years of supporting people one thing has become abundantly clear, simply writing a goal on a piece of paper very seldom produces sustainable results. Combining vision, intuition, knowledge and success consciousness does give us what we want, by adding in the passion, knowledge and connection as to why we are here (purpose) then our lives will change and watch out world!

Our personal sense of happiness, fulfillment and power (to name a few), that exist in nearly every moment is beyond words.

This is my intent, to guide individuals into fully living their purpose with awareness, direction and prosperity. This is truly where the good stuff in life exists!

Until our next discussion


What we don’t know

Hi I’m Patrick Hercus and welcome to our second conversation.

One of the first and most important building blocks to developing “Success Consciousness” is to retrain our minds so we can see what we have never seen before.
This reminds me of a psychology/anthropology study from university.
There was a tribe in Africa that had never had any outside influences from other cultures or societies. Everything in their world was round and curved; trees, people even their huts. The anthropologists built a small house, the type we are used to, where everything is flat with corners. The natives walked into the walls and the corners, their brains had no memories or context in which to place this new experience. They just didn’t see the structure.

We are no different! Our society programs us to think, see and act in a certain way.
How many times do you keep bumping into walls that you don’t see? How many times do you keep doing things the same way expecting different results?

Every so often a person crosses our path that makes a memorable difference, one of those moments happened in my early twenties. This is what I was taught.
What I know I know
What I know I don’t know I can find out
What I don’t know that I don’t know will get me every time

What we don’t know that we don’t know about visioning, intuition and “Success Consciousness” will get us every time.

Thanks for being apart of this conversation, if you have any questions or feedback feel free to be in contact.

Until our next discussion