Journal Two of Destiny Tuning: With special thanks to Heather Matthews & Katherine Hurst

Learning All About the Missing Ingredient (continued)

 

In her Manifestation Breakthrough Primer, Ms Matthews discusses about how she used to wake up every morning far from excited or happy; but one day she managed to escape from the daily life and business career she absolutely hated – which she describes as her very own low point in her life. Yet despite my very own daily challenges I’ve always wanted to start working and earning my own living, even if I don’t get paid much.

The belief that one has to work extremely hard for effective rewards has applied to me all too much, as I grew up in a struggling family household where all I’ve ever done is live a life of frustration. There are times when I’ve dreaded the next day – I’ve even dreaded each year that comes in case my life should get worse!

 

 

Heather also talks about how – before she became a transformational speaker, coach and energy flow life expert – she was one of the many countless people mistakenly led to believe that “only good things come to those who work hard for them”.

It was from her boss – known only as Megan – that Heather learned all about the Law of Attraction when first introduced to the book. After everything failed for her despite having followed the book’s instructions, Heather desperately turned to her other friend Luke, another life consultant. He informed her that she “had the wrong idea from the very start” and that “the people who work the hardest often end up with the least”. Those who didn’t know how to manifest had to try it their way first. If there is one important key thing I’ve learned by reading and viewing Heather’s story, advice from so-called experts almost never works for the rest of us. Those experts are not always right. They are not always experts either.

But then on one occasional Saturday I re-watched the documentary on The Secret with my mum and other younger sister when I heard them chatting about it in their spare time. It made me very happy that they felt inspired by the movie. They, in turn, inspired me to tune into it till the very end. I could not believe how much information and real life quotes I had missed. One of the experts even quoted the same testimonial from my mother’s Sunday church that always rang true to all of us. Then after the movie had finished, we discussed about how we had been “doing it all wrong” the whole time. That was when I had learnt something else brand new: don’t just think about what you want; ask for it and go after it. This was another important factor mentioned in The Secret. So even though they were not revealing to us the whole truth, it seemed they weren’t feeding the audience false theories after all.

 

 

If I could get the chance to talk to Heather Matthews face to face, I would ask her for help with knowing how to unlock this missing ingredient and start using the one vital technique in order to manifest the list of things I’ve been wishing for that will lead me to a better life. I remember reading one of Heather’s mind-trick tips about imagining being in a dark and miserable prison, which is how I feel every single day of my life. I actually do imagine Heather one day turning up at my cell and handing me the key that will set me free.

 

 

Journal Two of Destiny Tuning: With special thanks to Heather Matthews & Katherine Hurst

Learning All About the Missing Ingredient

 

I learned about Heather Matthews’s tough but successful journey through her personal life story which she shared in her video presentation that came with the Manifestation Primer Report. She reveals that the life she had on the outside “appeared to be a good life” – but in reality was far from perfect or ideal. Like almost everybody else, Ms Matthews had spent several years – as she puts it – “chasing and picking holes in the teachings of every expert who had mastered the Law of Attraction.”

According to Manifestation Miracle by Heather Matthews, Destiny Tuning is “the missing ingredient to the Law of Attraction.” Learning how to use it guarantees success, while not using it brings failure.

Natural Destiny Tuning pros have learnt to “give up on the idea that hard work, struggle, and effort are the answers.” This is a very powerful solution nobody knows about yet. Heather teaches us that it is not our fault if our lives are not working out the way we want, because “we have had our life’s natural incredible abundance stolen away from us.”

In one of Heather’s recent weekly emails included a list of familiar quotes from ordinary everyday people: “You have to work hard to get what you want”, “Money doesn’t grow on trees”, “You can’t get anywhere without sacrifice”, “You’ll only be wealthy if you were born into it”. We all heard these statements from the people in our lives (such as our parents and teachers) simply because that was what they themselves grew up believing, due to this mentality having been passed down from each generation to the next one.

 

The reason why Heather is one of the only few LOA experts I’m willing to actually trust is because she mentions something about “not making any empty promises. She only tells us and other readers what we need to know, without telling us any of the things we don’t want to hear. By simply finding out about her and Katherine Hurst, I had a strong feeling that God was finally moving in my life. That was when I started believing the right people had been sent in unexpected yet miraculous ways. My faith had been restored for that one brief moment.

 

In my next auto bio I will explain to everyone about my personal life struggles which I’ve been facing endlessly for several years. But until then, it is time to talk about Heather’s.

False Rumours Chapter Eight

The race is on for Natasha, Rebecca and their other friends to find Michael and prevent a similar fate from happening to him. Whilst her concern for a missing Michael grows, Rebecca’s mind goes straight to her late cousin and one of her late friends who was also her neighbour. Like Tracy, they also ended up committing suicide, and the last thing Rebecca wants is for Michael to end up like them.

 

Meanwhile, Vanessa, Anna, and Nigel were outside the Liverpool Metropolitan Cathedral where their search party gathering was being held. Some of their other friends were there too, along with a few community members.

‘What we need to do is have some of us go one direction and the rest of us go separately,’ one young lady suggested.

‘But then how will any of us know where he went?’ another young lady asked.

‘That’s the major problem,’ Vanessa pointed out. ‘Nobody knows his current whereabouts.’

‘Well come on, then,’ Anna said. ‘What are we waiting for? There’s no more time to lose.’

‘You’re right,’ Kelly agreed. ‘We need to get a move on.’

Local female police detectives Angela and Kate arrived at the antique shop to question Tiffany Mitchell, Rebecca’s store partner and close friend, about what she knew about Michael’s disappearance. ‘Have you heard about the disappearance of Michael Adams?’

‘Michael Adams?’ Tiffany wondered. ‘Who’s that?

Angela handed her a recent photo of Mike. ‘Now does that ring a bell?’

‘Not really,’ Tiffany admitted. ‘But Bex did mention something to someone about this bloke having vanished long after his ex-girlfriend topped herself. I had no idea this was the same guy.’

Angela looked satisfied. ‘Thanks for your help, anyway.’

The two policewomen shook hands with Tiffany before departing.

 

 

To me, Queen Square looked and felt unfamiliar, as I didn’t often travel around. But when she was alive, Tracy had once mentioned something to us about Queen Square being one of her favourite spots, because she enjoyed the fragrance-like aroma to it. Tracy had absolutely loved fragrances and perfumes, and had countless collections of them. Likewise, she hated anything that stunk or had too much of a strong and unpleasant smell.

Queen Square was where Mike and Tracy first bumped into each other whilst they were both visiting nearby galleries and museums whilst on high school trips with their respective Year Eleven and Year Nine classes. They were teenage students back then; Mike had just turned sixteen, and Tracy was fourteen. This had been their favourite spot ever since. Sometimes, Trace would meet up with Mike at Queen Square, or they would head off there together on a few dates. Maybe Mike was somewhere in mainland Queen Square Gardens. Maybe he was hanging around there reminiscing the short time they had together.

We saw a young Asian man somewhere in-between his late twenties and early thirties sitting at the park bench, reading a Sunday Times magazine. Because of our previous encounter with the unfriendly girl  at the bus stop, we hesitated before approaching him. But surely, not everybody we came across was rude.

This was one of the many reasons why I wished I could speak up, rather than have to rely on sign language. But at least I had Bex as an ally.

‘Excuse me,’ she said. ‘We’re looking for a close friend.’

The young man turned around to face us. This young gentleman didn’t appear to be mean. As a matter of fact, his manners were a lot better than that bitchy fat slag’s.

‘Hi there,’ he said. I suppose you’re referring to Mike.’

Rebecca was surprised. ‘How did you know?’

The gentleman smiled sadly. ‘He came to me yesterday, in fact. Told me he still hadn’t gotten over her, and that he never would. I could tell he was overcome with extreme grief, poor sod.’

I watched carefully as they talked about Mike. ‘What do you suppose has happened to him?’ Rebecca asked.

‘He’s still alive, if that’s what you’re wondering. But he’s not in a very good state at the moment.’

My heart sank. Paul said that Mike should go and join Tracy and reunite with her in death if he missed her that much. What if he had gone to the same place where she killed herself and was planning to end his own life in the exact same horrific way?

I turned to Bex.  He’s gone over to the River Thames, I frantically told her in sign language. He’s going to kill himself, just as Tracy killed herself. I know, because that was where her body and car were found.

 

Journal One of Destiny Tuning: With special thanks to Heather Matthews & Katherine Hurst

Answered Prayers

 

The Law of Attraction has been around for many years, but I have only just been introduced to it recently (as of 2016).

I remember sitting down and watching The Secret with my youngest sister (who is the one that discovered all about it through a friend and decided to share it with me). There was one thing author Bob Proctor mentioned somewhere near the beginning of the movie: “If you see it [in your head], you will hold it [in your hand].”

Now, like most other people who are recently new to the Law of Attraction, I’ve always been a natural skeptic when it comes to these types of beliefs. And can anybody blame me? No, of course not! Because it is not possible for whatever we are wishing for to magically appear in our hands, just because we visualize the image of that desire in our heads. However, this didn’t stop me from tuning into the documentary The Secret; after all the philosophers who were teaching us the LOA techniques meant extremely well, as they were not so-called false experts/gurus.

Author Heather Matthews, who is a nationally known energy coach and life consultant, informs us that we can’t call something a ‘Law’ if it only applies to less than one percent of the people who use it; she also reveals that not every so-called Law of Attraction expert knows what they are talking about. And to me, she has a great point. But that is not to say that The Secret is all make believe. At first I thought: “How do we even know if the life stories that are shown to us in this self-help documentary are actually true (Bill Harris sharing with us about his student’s experiences for example)? What if they are simply fictional re-enactments?”

I had made a private promise to myself to continue watching The Secret to the very end. But it was when I suddenly stopped watching it halfway and gave up on it altogether – just as I’d given up on almost everything else in life – that I began to be overcome with sheer disappointment. The movie was not supposed to discourage me but encourage and inspire me. The reason why nothing ever worked for me after I’d tried everything they said but didn’t receive any positive results was because I wasn’t fully experienced. I also might not have completely followed their instructions or studied the LOA properly. Either that or I couldn’t understand. But this wasn’t my fault, which Heather Matthews already assured. I didn’t tune into The Secret again until a couple of months later.

In the meantime I continued to read books and e-books on the Law of Attraction; I also Googled as much information about it as I could find. I used the opportunity to sign up and subscribe to every LOA newsletter address. As negative as I was feeling, it was still worth a try. Hopefully God would intervene and send the right people my way, even if through email messages. After all, there had to be someone out there who was genuine and willing to be a Good Samaritan.

And that was when I began receiving several packages via my inbox; amongst them was the Manifestation Breakthrough Kit, send to me by none other than Heather Matthews.

Just before this extraordinary and lovely lady offered me this life-changing gift, I’d spent recent years participating in fasting and prayer during the first few months (it is my family’s religious tradition to take part in Beginning of the Year fasting starting from every January). I had literally starved myself for several hours each day until I became physically and mentally exhausted – though it actually didn’t do me much good. However, I was determined to NOT let the Devil have his way.

And so I began to get inspired by those who have had a tough life themselves.