Challenge to Raise Your Vibration (+ Win a private session with me!) – Queen of Manifestation

Challenge to Raise Your Vibration (+ Win a private session with me!)

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It’s Springtime in New York, and change is in the air. So what better way to bring about the changes you wish to see in your life, than to do something to raise your vibration!

I have a fun challenge for you!

And it’s all based upon the following principle:

The Law of Vibration

 
The Law of Vibration states that everything in the universe vibrates and is in a constant state of motion. The molecules and cells that make up matter are always moving. And therefore, there’s really no such thing as rest or inertia.

Another beautiful way to look at this is that ‘change’ is our natural state. So embracing movement, newness, or change, increases our vibration.

There are various levels of vibration, and these different levels are called frequencies.

And the higher the frequency, the stronger the force of manifestation.

Make sense?

The more you can raise your vibration, the easier your desires will come to you.

Think about this: Have you ever noticed another person’s energy?

I can think of a few people in my life who are always complaining and seem to see the negative in every situation. It’s like they’re expecting the ball to drop.

You may enjoy keeping them company, or you may be the opposite.

The optimist is someone who always sees the bright side of a situation. If that’s the case, you most likely have a magnetic energy. And in order to manifest what you want, you want to be the optimist.

The optimist has a higher frequency.

Remember, we are all connected.

The only difference between people is the density of their frequency. And you can easily change yours!

So how can YOU raise your vibration and stay in a higher frequency?

Well there are lots of ways. But the easiest way to raise your vibration is in my video below.
(Watch it + then read on to find out how to win a 30 minute private session with me!)

Here’s this week’s Manifest Monday’s video where you can find out how to raise your vibration:


So are you up for the challenge?

When we stay in a happy place, we’re vibrating at a higher frequency. And that enables us to attract things of a higher frequency.

So by doing what you love, you will be irresistibly attractive!

Did you know that Richard Branson’s #1 intention daily is “to have fun?”

 
I invite you to go back to your magical child – the source for all of your creative energy! As I watch my 2 year old daughter, she smiles countlessly throughout the day. This playful child is what I want you to tap into this week.

Go to that place of magic and joy and see what you discover! If you do this everyday, you’ll find that the right people and circumstances show up to support you.

Amazing synchronicities begin to occur, and you can follow your intuition into some great adventures. You’ll begin to see everything in your life as an opportunity!

I have a fun story about an adventure I ended up on in India all because I went to a concert (one of my favorite things!) Go here to watch a quick video & read it for some inspiration.

So here’s my challenge to you to win a private session with me:

 
Do something NEW that’s related to what you LOVE.

Share about what you’re planning on doing – and then once you’ve completed it, share about the experience as well in the comments below. We can all benefit from reading about how YOU raised your vibration.

**Remember, in order to qualify to win your 30 minute session with me, you’ll need to share before AND after your new experience below.

I’ll pick a winner at the end of the week, and notify you via email.

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Join me for a Fun Challenge to Raise your Vibration + Win a free session with @jenmazer, the Queen of Manifestation.

Sending you so much LOVE!

xoxo, Jen

Leave a Reply 10 comments

Loredana Reply

And I did it..

My 5-year-old boy insisted to come with me on the adventurous bridge. I was a little uncomfortable but he hold my hand saying: “Don’t worry mom, I’m holding you tight. You shouldn’t be afraid because, you know, we are brave”. So I could see a totally hidden place and look at a part of my town from another perspective. Not beautiful but the experience was certainly amazing. Especially because litte Ricky insisted that we walked back on the bridge without holding hands. “Come on mom you must go alone, you must learn!” (Aren’t they incredible?)

In the end it has come out that the bridge was not unsafe as I thought. Quite the opposite; and not suspended on vertigo highness, just on a wide field with a couple of vegetable gardens. And the river was more a narrow stream of water. There’s more than a lesson to be learnt from that.

Living this experience, and with my boy, while husband and little little girl were waiting on the other side was really really great. And yes, it was pretty much fun!

Loredana Reply

Now first hallo everyone, I’m a newcomer. Then, I’ve thinking about “what” all week because I’m superbusy (two little children ,work, life, you know) but also multi-passionate. Then I got it. One of my passion is travelling and especially exploring towns. Everywhere I go taking a couple of pictures to the most famous monuments is definitely not enough for me. There are postcards for that. I like walking through the town/city, visiting the hidden places, sometimes visiting supermarkets to try and taste how living there may be. It’s a sort of a mania. I literally finish my shoes for that! Now I won’t travel to any exotic place this week but I decided that for the very first time I will cros a hidden and super-high bridge in my hoemtown here in Italy. I’m planning to move abroad in a few months and I don’t want to leave my town unexplored. So today I’ll go to this bridge suspeded on a river and basically on the wild which I discovered not long ago and which make me curious while scaring me to death (doesn’t look like having the safest of all rails). Oh did I mention I suffer from dizziness? I’m thrilled…

Jennifer Reply

I have the most spectacular update! The new necklace I’ve been picturing I planned to get at Whole Foods, which might sound like an unusual place to buy a necklace but I live in Austin, where Whole Foods started, and our stores are big and beautiful and full of goodness. I live near the downtown flagship store, but because my son’s bus stop is close to the north location I went there this morning after I dropped him off. No necklaces! I knew exactly what I wanted, a silver chain with some sort of crystal. I’ve bought this kind of necklace at Whole Foods in the past, and the designer I gravitate toward is Crystal Diane Studios. But this time, no necklaces! They were out of everything. So I was disappointed and thinking that maybe my necklace just wasn’t in the cards today. But then my friend, the one who sold my jewelry, texted to see if I could meet her at a local shop so she could give me my money, and I thought, well, look at that! I’ll be right down the street from the flagship Whole Foods! So I got my money, drove to Whole Foods, started looking at their jewelry… and they only had two necklaces. I couldn’t believe it, and I finally walked over to a woman who was adding earrings to one of the displays and asked if they had any more. She started showing me what they had and then she said, I can always make more… and I swear, my eyes widened. Are you Crystal Diane? I asked, and she said, YES. So I told her my whole story and she said she wants to DESIGN A NECKLACE FOR ME!!! How awesome is that???

    Loredana Reply

    Very very awesome

michelle Reply

Wow. So I did it. I went to Barneys AND as a bonus I also went to Bergdorf Goodman and Henri Bendel! It was amazing. Also – last night I stayed with one of my girlfriends who lives in Westchester. I had a great sleep and a really nice morning with an old friend. Then I got on the train and came back to the city. So, I started out the day feeling very abundant. Going to the stores was so much fun and I really imagined my work being shown there next to the other designers. I even had fun picturing my name on the metal plates in the display cases. I interacted with the people there with ease. They were all so kind and friendly and there was a lot of warmth. Loved this exercise, Jen! It was something I had thought I would do at some point, but doing it in this way with the intention I gave myself really made it special. xx

Jennifer Reply

I’ve been thinking all week about what I want to do for this challenge! The idea came to me today. Yesterday a friend of mine took a necklace my ex-husband gave me to a jeweler friend to see what she might be able to get for it; I’m newly divorced and can’t really imagine wearing it moving forward, and I could use the cash. Turns out it’s not worth much, but what’s really interesting is that there’s a feather flaw in the sapphire, which according to Chinese lore signifies a bad relationship. At first I thought, well, it’s not worth much so I shouldn’t bother selling it. But then I decided it was time to say my energetic goodbye to this piece of jewelry. Tomorrow my friend’s going to drop by with the cash and I’m going to take the money and buy a NEW necklace, maybe with a crystal to ward off negative energy! It’s been a while since I’ve splurged on any kind of adornment for myself. šŸ™‚

Michelle Reply

I got into NY last Friday. I was in Nepal for 4 months creating a jewelry line with craftsmen Tomorrow I’m going to go to Barney’s and imagine my work being sold there. I’ve never been to the Barney’s in NYC, but it’s one of the places I see my jewelry. So looking forward to walking in there tomorrow. Look forward to reporting back! xx

Naomi Reply

I kiteboard almost everyday and I often go out in a great mood. Sometimes when I am upset, I think about how I can resolve the situation, and come out of water feeling much more refreshed. I want to challenge myself try kiting with affirmations and positive vibration. That will be my new challenge for this week.

Jamie Reply

Hmm… I’ll have to choose an idea! Excited to check back in šŸ™‚

Kerri Reply

Hi Jen

I love travelling and will be flying from Ireland to South Korea on Wednesday for the first time so I can be bridesmaid for one of my amazing Korean friends at her wedding on Saturday. I will sample traditional Korean food and try on a hanbok so something completely different. I cannot wait! I loved this video!

Thanks

Kerri xx

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