First Blog Post….

Hey! Man I am so glad you are here and reading these words. For me and for you. I decided to start this blog for a couple reasons. One, I love video and do that whole social media thing but I also love the idea of having a place to just pour out my heart and extensive knowledge of law of attraction and how it can, in fact, change your life in ways you may not have thought of. I know that happened for me. So let me tell you a little about me. Makes sense for the first blog post, right?

I am a 40 something mom to an incredible 21 year old son and a mastiff mix that has stolen our hearts, wife to a husband who is in prison for a crime he didn’t commit and an entrepreneur. I have been studying loa (law of attraction) for 25+ years. I got my first set of cassette tapes when I was just 19 years old. I remember sitting in the parking lot, crying, thinking that if this COULD work, it HAD to work! I had to figure out how to apply it to my life and change. I was so tired of feeling like life was living me. This felt like I might have a shot at some control.

Fast forward 6 years and a knock at the door on a sunny spring day changed my life. When I slung open the door with our 1 year old son in tow I thought I’d see his face and instead my heart dropped. On the other side of the door was two detectives. They were looking for my husband (then boyfriend). I was confused, mad, and devastatingly sad. Why? Why us? Why him? Why was I left again, alone, with no one. Almost exactly a year later, to the day, they had his trial. With no physical evidence, no evidence from the scene, no scientific evidence and police officers and city employees who were happy to lie and cheat he was convicted and sentenced to life without parole.

As the attorney relayed the verdict to me I distinctly remember the feeling and even visual of diving head first into a black swirling hole of nothingness. We were sure they could not convict him. The three days the jurors took to deliberate strengthened our hope that he would be acquitted. Instead he was found guilty on every charge based solely on “eye witness” testimony. I use quotes because the testimony changed from the first statement to the trial and they had reason to lie.

Now almost exactly 20 years later my husband and I are still together. We have somehow managed this long distance relationship. Oh, did I mention we went up to his hometown in Michigan, across the country from where we lived in Florida, and that is when this all happened. So he is in a different state. At present he is almost a 23 hour drive away from where I sit and type this.

Since then I have raised our son, homeschooling him then sending him off to play D1 football on a full ride scholarship he earned. I created thriving six figure businesses in real estate and coaching and I FINALLY came across people in the justice system that were willing to help me and not just brush me off thinking I am just some crazy lady who wishes her husband was innocent.

So this is the journey. LOA. Prison. Raising kids. Finding yourself. Loving what you find. Releasing what no longer fits, or maybe never did. This is the journey of expansion. Of life. Of a love so strong that it could whether 20 years apart. Soul love. All the good things. Becoming un-offend-able.

xx Rebecca

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