Interview With Law of Attraction Teacher And Life Coach Melody Fletcher

Today I have the pleasure to introduce you to law of attraction teacher and life coach, Melody Fletcher.

I’ve met Melody online about a year ago.  I believe that I was literally “attracted” to her blog since the theme is the law of attraction, and I’m all into that as you well know.

Melody is a successful entrepreneur who is helping many people to understand the law of attraction and other related topics.  I hope you will enjoy her valuable and awesome answers to my questions, and bring something home from this post.

If you have any questions and comments, make sure you do so in the provided area.  Melody will be checking out for those.  Now, without further ado, here is Melody…

Melody, can you, please, introduce yourself to my readers, telling them who you are, where you are in the world, and what you do?

My name is Melody Fletcher and I’m a Law of Attraction teacher, writer and life coach. Essentially, I help real people make some sense of LOA, so they can actually apply it and get results they want. There’s a lot of confusing and woo-woo information out there about the Law of Attraction. I do my best to cut through the BS and give honest, direct and down to earth answers to even the toughest questions.

My work is all online, so I can pretty much live wherever I want. I currently reside in the amazing city of Barcelona, Spain and I adore it here.

The big theme of your blog is the Law of Attraction that you often refer to as LOA, since when have you been acquainted with the law of attraction?

I’ve been studying the Law of Attraction since my late teens, well before it was known as the “Law of Attraction.” Back then, in the dark ages before the internet, I was condemned to search through the “weirdo” section of the book store, tucked into a shameful corner in the back. Books on Wicca, Paganism and Energy healing were considered synonymous with Satanism where I went to high school, so it wasn’t easy for an introverted teenager to brave the walk past judging eyes to the dusty bookshelves in the back.

But my hunger for knowledge and understanding won out and I devoured every bit of knowledge I could get my hands on. I read everything I could on world religions and their origins, and on alternative spiritual paths. I disregarded anything I didn’t resonate with, anything that didn’t make sense to me or didn’t feel right and kept the rest.

Every couple of years, I’d have an information surge, where I’d spend a few weeks seeking out every book I could get my hands on and would submerse myself in the knowledge they contained. And then I’d get distracted by life and jobs and “real world problems” and would forget a lot of what I’d learned. But over the years, more and more of what I’d studied stuck, until I finally reached critical mass a couple of years ago and the penny dropped.

I understood. Everything. I just got it. I could see how the Universe worked, how everything in my life had led me to that very moment, even the painful bits, and how perfect everything really was. You could call it a moment of awakening. I’ve had many such moments since then and fully expect to have many more.

You have an excellent eBook about the law of attraction on your blog, probably the clearest explanation I’ve ever read about it… what inspired you to write such book and how long did it take you to complete it?

Thanks so much for your kind words, Sylviane! When I launched my site in late 2010, and my blog in early 2011, I was writing articles and posts that showed people how to apply LOA to different situations. I still do that. I quickly realized that if I didn’t want to rehash the basics of the Law of Attraction at the beginning of each post, I’d have to publish an explanation that I could then refer to.

I wrote a series of articles describing how LOA actually works, but it became quite lengthy and it was pretty obvious that it made more sense to put the whole thing into book form. Everything on my site and blog is based on this basic explanation, so I made it available for free. I wanted as many people to read it as possible.

If I were to ask you what the 3 most frequent questions you get from your readers are about the law of attraction, what would they be?

I get A LOT of questions. I love them, actually, and encourage my readers to send them in. I’d say the three most common questions I get have to do with finding “the One”, making someone fall in love with you, and winning the lottery/making lots of money.

But while these questions seem really materialistic or shallow, when you dig into them, there’s actually a whole host of beliefs lurking underneath. I’ve found that no desire is actually shallow. There’s always something much deeper and much bigger attached to what we think we want. It’s extraordinary what happens when people discover WHY they want what they want, what’s behind it (what they actually want) and then figure out how to get that.

What type of people comes to you for personal development help, and can you help everyone?

Because my site and blog have turned into such a massive collection of resources, no one really comes to me out of the blue. The people that contact me for coaching are usually well acquainted with my work and style. I tend to attract intellectual people with strong, analytical minds. They have a need to understand how things work and don’t really accept being told to just “have faith”.

They’re also people who are ready to make a change. I’m not interested in working with people who just want someone to complain to, but aren’t willing to actually feel better. My satisfaction comes from getting my clients the results they are after and so I’ve set the strong intention to attract only those who are ready for that level of work.

No one can help everyone, but that’s not really necessary. There are as many teachers as there are students. I don’t really worry too much about selecting my clients, though. I let the Law of Attraction take care of that for me and it’s worked out really well so far. Essentially, if someone finds their way to my site and likes what they read there, they will be a good candidate for my coaching. If they weren’t, they wouldn’t resonate with my work.

It’s true that we hear more and more about the law of attraction, the subconscious mind, the other laws of the universe, etc… however, there are still a huge majority of people who are not even aware of such things yet, why do you think this is the case?

Understanding the Law of Attraction requires a willingness and ability to believe that what you see is not all there is. Doing this work deliberately means taking full responsibility for your life, for everything that’s ever happened to you and for everything that will happen to you in the future.

There are many people who hear that sentence and replace responsibility with “blame”. Instead of being an empowering statement, it becomes a negative one, full of resentment and obligation. So, instead of being helpful, these explanations just sound annoying to those who are unwilling to look at other perspectives.

We also have to remember that like any other philosophy, these explanations will never appeal to everyone. There are many, MANY ways for the core of this knowledge to come through and many people don’t require any explanation at all. They are simply taking things less seriously, becoming happier, lighter, more passionate, and less willing to put up with crap.

You don’t have to understand LOA to apply it, just as you don’t have to understand gravity to be subject to it. Studying this work and shaping your reality deliberately is one path, one option among many. And all options are equally valid.

In your blog you cover some very tough topics that a lot of people would call “taboo” or “out there”.  Do your receive emails from people who simply don’t get it or are they all understanding what you are talking about?

You know, I used to really worry about that. I’ve written about religion, Jesus, drug addiction, hallucinogenic plants in the Amazon, the medical establishment, ADD, death, and many others, and I do it while talking about vibrations and frequencies and Who We Really Are. Would people get it? Would lynch mobs hunt me down in the night and burn me at the stake?

But I realized that by practicing what I preach, I didn’t have to worry about that. I’ve received very little hate mail (and never for the topics that you’d think…) and those topics that seemed the most “out there” spawned the most brilliant conversations.

I set the intention on what kind of community I wanted to build and the Law of Attraction led those to me that were a match to that intention. The people that have been attracted to the blog have surpassed all my expectations. They are truly incredible. And yes, they totally get it. Those who don’t, don’t generally find me.

Recently I was interviewed myself, and I mentioned your blog as a blog I visit because I love how you talk about serious subjects while being hilarious, how important is it for you to have a sense of humor while talking about serious stuff?

I didn’t really set out to use my sense of humor on the blog. In fact, if you read my first blog posts, you’ll notice that they are decidedly not funny. But I love humor and after some time, my personality just naturally started to come through in my writing. Readers loved it.  I have kind of a silly, snarky, sarcastic sense of humor. I love creating funny images for my blog posts and infusing a few jokes here and there to make the writing more entertaining.

I think it’s very important to have a sense of humor. Think about it: If our goal is to be happy, to be joyous and to laugh a lot (and it is; that’s why it feels so good to laugh) and if humor evokes that state from us, then humor is actually an important component when reaching for enlightenment.

It feels good to be silly and playful and carefree. It feels good to play. A sense of humor gives us the ability to look at a painful situation and feel better about it. It also enhances learning. I’m pretty sure I’d remember much more High School Chemistry if they’d made the textbook funny.

So, the next time someone admonishes you for your sophomoric fart jokes, you can tell them to stop crapping all over your spiritual journey. You’re welcome.

What advice would you give to someone who is not where they want to be in their life right now, either financially, professionally or relationship wise?

Ok, I’ll give you the short answer first. And then, because people never want to hear the short answer, I’ll add a bit of an explanation.

Step 1: Set the intention that you want to feel good.

Step 2: Make it a priority to feel good and continuously choose the option that feels better.

Step 3: Instead of trying to find a way to take the stuff you hate and make it feel good, go do something that already feels good.

Step 4: Rinse and repeat.

Now, I know that everyone that reads that is thinking “Yeah… but I have obligations, and a job I hate and screaming kids who want to eat and someday go to college and a toothache and a mortgage. I can’t just go running naked through the sprinklers in my back yard all day (admit it. You totally want to).”

So, here’s a slightly longer version:

Step 1: Decide that you want to feel good. This is a big decision, if you really make it. You are saying to yourself that you and your happiness are worth some attention and effort. Almost everyone these days puts their own needs and desires dead last. And then they wonder why they feel so drained, overwhelmed and resentful all the time.

If you want to feel truly good and have tons of energy and be a happy shiny puppy that inspires everyone that meets them, you have to make the decision that you will make feeling good a priority.

Step 2: As you go through your day, stop before each decision and ask yourself: “Which option feels the best to me?” Now, if you have to go to a big meeting, and you ask yourself this question, you may be tempted to run off and eat ice cream instead. That sounds so good. But given the person you are, would it really feel good to you to skip out on a meeting that you have agreed to be at?

Would it feel good to you to shirk your responsibilities? Probably not. But it also doesn’t feel great to think about sitting in that meeting and arguing with people who seem to be missing the common sense gene.

What you may not realize is that there is another option, one you probably never noticed before: the option to enjoy the meeting. But if you make it a priority to feel good, you may well find yourself discovering ways to make that meeting fun, even if all the action is taking place in your own head. And believe it or not, when you consistently honor your desire to feel better, the changes to your mood become apparent immediately.

Step 3: The key to finding those better feeling options is not to look at something you hate (like your boss) and learn to love it. That’s called denial and it doesn’t work. The key is to figure out what one quality your boss has that you actually like (or don’t hate) and focus all of your attention on that. Now, you’re not pretending to feel good, you are actually feeling a bit better. And as you focus on that quality, the Law of attraction will bring you more thoughts, ideas and yes, qualities, that feel better. So, your boss will actually become nicer in your presence. Your experience of him will change. But you can’t do that by focusing on how much you hate him.

Find the good feeling nuggets and give them all your energy until they grow so large that they take over your reality.

Step 4: Rinse and repeat.

Thank you very much for those fantastic answers, Melody. Is there anything else you wanted to add about you, your coaching, or anything else?

Thank YOU for the awesome opportunity to connect with you and your readers, Sylviane. You can find my site at DeliberateReceiving.com, where you can check out my blog, as well as free audios and videos. Those who are interested in coaching can listen to an entire coaching call for free, so they’ll get a taste of what one of my coaching sessions is actually like. I also recently launched a Membership Site, where, for a small monthly fee, you can listen in on actual coaching calls and benefit from the experience of others.

I’ve so enjoyed this interaction. And if any of your readers have any burning Law of Attraction questions, I’ll be happy to answer them in the comments.

Happy Shiny Puppy Hugs,

Melody

I hope you enjoyed this interview, now, your turn… you can ask any questions you may have!
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35 Comments

  • Ken Pickard says:

    Melody,

    Wow great interview. I can clearly see your passion for your work shine through. I love the fact that you were attracted to this concept long before you knew what it really was. So many people say the do LOA but their efforts look like they just jumped on the popular band wagon.

    Your advice to someone who is not where they want to be makes a lot of sense. Especially when we should stop and reflect for just a moment if what we’re doing makes us feel good or not. I know sometimes life happens and we have to do the ugly not so much fun stuff. But when it comes to moving closer to what makes us happy we should always do a quick gut check.

    Ken Pickard
    The Network Dad

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Ken,

      So glad you enjoyed this interview with Melody and liked the tips that she’s given to improve our lives on a daily basis. At the end of the day, life is what we make it to be.

      I grew up around depressed and sad people, but now decades later, when I think back, I know that different choices could have been made. So, yes, Melody’s advice is very valuable.

      Thanks for your feedbacks, Ken 🙂

  • Carol LynnTwitter: carollynnrivera says:

    Sylviane, you do know how to find the gems. Another fascinating interview and I can’t wait to read a blog post about Jesus and hallucinogenic plants – especially in the same post 🙂

    Melody, I appreciate your lack of “woo woo”. Sometimes this stuff sounds very ethereal but it sounds like you put a very practical, actionable spin on it. I especially appreciate the idea that you can even enjoy those stupid meetings. So many of our outcomes are dependent on what we put IN – if we go into something thinking it’ll stink, well, it will. It’s so important to fix our attitude before anything else.

    I practice “attitude adjustment” every day – sometimes it’s the hardest thing I do all day! Stupid meetings, stupid phone calls, stupid projects… where’s the ice cream??? But you have to find a sense of gratitude in everything and be willing to put in exactly what you want to get out of something.

    Melody, thanks for sharing your thoughts here today!
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    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Carol,

      Yes, another gem which gave me a whole done blog post with minimum effort on my part. You’ve got to love it!

      I’m glad you enjoyed Melody’s answers which really makes a lot of sense. I think we all have to make “attitude adjustments” every day, and if you do that’s great. Actually, when I say “all” only people who are conscious of the law of attraction do make such adjustments. The rest of us, don’t for the most part.

      Thanks for your feedbacks, Carol… Melody should come by soon as well.

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Hey Carol,

      Thanks so very much! LOL, I didn’t write about Jesus and the drugs in one post, although that would’ve been interesting. We did get into some really interesting discussions in the comments, though.

      I love your attitude adjustments. That’s exactly what it’s all about. Notice when you’re not feeling good and adjust your perspective until you feel better. Once you realize that you have control over how you feel, the world becomes a much friendlier place. 🙂

      Huge hugs,
      Melody

  • Celeste Smucker says:

    I really enjoyed this post. I am very familiar with the Law of Attraction having listened to a lot of Abraham tapes and read The Secret and many other similar things. However Melody’s explanation…the 3 step process expresses the concepts a little differently and so gave me a new understanding. I can really use the idea of focusing on that part of my experience that I like and I especially like what you said about honoring my desire to feel better. That says a whole lot in a very few words. Thanks for manifesting this terrific interview Sylviane!

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Celeste and welcome here,

      Yes, Melody explains the law of attraction so well, indeed. I really love her book that’s why I mentioned it in my previous post.

      The manner one explains something can make so, so much of a difference. I never understood anything about the English language when bad teachers were trying to explain it to me. I did a great job, however, learning it on my own with a great system that I purchased when I was living in my studio in Paris.

      Law of attraction, a language, whatever, that may be… will or will not be understood depending how it’s presented. So, yes, Melody did a great job with her ebook in that regard.

      Thanks for coming, Celeste and I’m glad you liked it 🙂

      • Melody Fletcher says:

        Thanks so much Sylviane! And thanks for giving me the opportunity to get to know your audience here. You’re a star. 🙂

        Huge happy shiny puppy hugs,

        Melody

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Thanks so much Celeste! I’m a fellow Aber, as well. I rank them among my most influential teachers. I do have my own style, but the core message is the same.

      And you’re so right. The shift that comes from making the decision to honor how you feel is tremendous. You are suddenly acting from a place of actually valuing how you feel enough to do something about that. For many people, that’s an entirely new feeling. When you put your own desires last, it sends the message that you don’t care about yourself. It’s a powerful shift in perspective and can be accomplished one little decision at a time.

      Huge hugs!
      Melody

  • Sue PriceTwitter: suejprice says:

    Hi Sylviane
    Thank you for this interview with Melody. I love it and she has a face like an angel!
    I am off to check out Melody’s site as soon as I have commented.
    Like Celeste I am very familiar with the concept and am an avid follower of Abraham (Esther Hicks). I agree Melody’s easy to understand step process is excellent. We can all make this too complicated at times.
    Thanks again for a wonderful message and hey living in Spain sounds wonderful.
    Sue
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    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hey Sue,

      I’m glad you came by here, since I know that you know about Abraham with Esther Hicks. In other word we all three belong to the same club 😉

      I’m sure Melody will appreciate you to come by her blog 🙂

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Hey Sue,

      Thanks so much! Especially for the face like an angel thingy. Yay! 🙂

      I’m a huge Abraham fan, as well.

      I look forward to seeing you around the blog!

      Huge hugs,
      Melody

  • Oliver Tausend says:

    Hi Melody,

    thanks for sharing your deep insights here.

    Well, I have become a half-sceptic when it comes to the law of attraction due to my observations, “self-experiments” and yes, also disappointments.

    Let me explain.

    I once did a golf trial lesson with my wife and the instructor said:”As soon as a golfer says, even a professional one, that he knows how to play golf and everything about it, how it works etc., he’s doomed to fail.”

    That struck a chord in me because one of the “themes” or scripts of my life had been “I don’t know how it works.” (whatever “it” stands for).

    I used to consider this as an issue because I felt sort of stupid and I thought I needed to figure it out to succeed or to be happy, but I came to realize that this not-knowing is completely normal and the feeling of not-knowing actually an emotional layer I was supposed to fall into, or to fall through, yes, to let go of.

    There’s no knowing in the universe – what a relief. Well, of course, the human mind will connect the dots in hindsight because it will do anything to create a story that makes sense, even of the weirdest of plots. A story that doesn’t make sense is pure horror for the human mind, or ego, is it not ?

    What do you think from your angle ?

    Cheers

    Oliver

    P.S.: Thanks Sylviane for this interview !

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Oliver,

      I am well aware of some of the doubts and questions that you have about the law of attraction and all this stuff, Oliver. And as a matter of fact, I believe that Melody is perfect for you in such case, and will give you some food for thought.

      On top of that you’ve got that German thinking ability, so to speak, that makes you my toughest reader here 🙂

      Always a pleasure to have you here, Oliver and I’m sure Melody will pop up soon.

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Hey Oliver,

      Thanks for your excellent question! I’m happy to give you my view.

      I agree with the golf instructor and I think it’s a perfect metaphor for life. We will never have it all figured out. As you said, our human minds like to think we do, but we can’t. There’s always more to discover, to know.

      But it’s not a choice between extremes. We don’t just have the option to know EVERYTHING or NOTHING. It’s fun to learn and figure things out and get more and more of an understanding. But the real joy is in the discovery of the new, and if we acknowledge this and the fact that there will always be more to discover, it becomes fun rather than overwhelming.

      You can become an excellent golfer. Outstanding even. But, if you realize that as you play and enjoy the game, you will always find subtle ways to improve (in fact, the more proficient you get, the more subtle the improvements become), and stay open to discovering these details, the more fun you’ll have playing golf. It’ll never get boring. If there’s nothing left to learn, no way to improve more, we humans who love to think we have it all figured out, get bored. And fast. It’s a paradox.

      You dropped a really powerful, limiting belief there – that you have to figure it all out to be happy. That was always going to be a losing game. And holding on to that belief mean you would always sabotage your own happiness. But by releasing it, you not only felt better right away, you opened up more possibilities to feel good (and better than you ever had previously) in the future.

      I don’t know Oliver… It sounds to me like you totally get it. 🙂

      Huge hugs!
      Melody

  • Rosemary says:

    Hi Sylviane,

    Great advice , the trick is to focus on the right things. I find what I have a great passion for brings good things to me. So many people focus on the negative not the good and sadly that seems to come to there lives. Many thanks for the tips and advice . Take care Rosemary

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Rosemary,

      Yes, indeed the law of attraction works both ways, so to attract bad stuff in your life all you need to do is be negative. People in general tend to do this so well.

      The good news is that it works for the good as well.

      Thanks for your feedbacks, Rosemary 🙂

  • Melody Fletcher says:

    Thanks so much for your kind words Ken. The thing I always tell my readers and clients is this: Look for the better feeling option, not necessarily the good feeling options. Sometimes, you don’t have access to “good”. But you always have access to “better”. There’s such an expectation that work has to suck. It has to be hard and that’s just the way it is. I don’t agree. 🙂

    Huge hugs!

    Melody

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  • AdrienneTwitter: adriennesmith40 says:

    What a wonderful interview and I agree as well Sylviane, you do find the gems.

    I love this topic and little did I know until a few years ago exactly what this all was. I’ve always practiced it, as we all do unconsciously, but there were times when I knew without a shadow of a doubt that what I wanted was mine. No one could tell me different although they sure tried at times.

    As you and I have talked, I finally had some aha moments where everything finally fell into place for me. Sometimes people’s explanation of things go over my head and I can’t wrap my brain around how it really works. But I’ve definitely been on the right track for a little over a month now and have already attracted some of the things I desire. It’s just a matter of time now.

    I don’t think I’ve ever visited Melody’s blog so I’ll definitely have to stop by and check it out. I have no doubt she writes some pretty cool posts and sounds like she’d be my kind of gal.

    Thanks again for this awesome interview and it was a pleasure learning more about Melody!

    You ladies have a wonderful day now!

    ~Adrienne
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    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Adrienne,

      I know that you are already very familiar with the law of attraction and are having some great results as we speak. So happy for you, Adrienne!

      I totally understand that it’s not a subject that reason with everyone and anyone right away. Basically, you have to be ready for it. When you are, you attract it to you 🙂

      That’s why life coaches know that they are attracting ONLY people that are ready to get helped. The ones that don’t won’t even get there. I am surrounded by people who have no clue what so ever about what I do and are light years from any type of personal development matters. But that’s OK, this is absolutely not something you can force on anyone.

      Yes, you should go visit Melody, she has a great blog and she is so funny too 🙂

  • Lynn Brown says:

    Amazing interview Sylviane! So glad that you shared and introduced Melody Fletcher. I’m attracted to people with passion and I can tell just from the title your passion for people like Melody are remarkable.

    Thank you Melody for spending time to offer you great advice and information about the Law of Attraction. Your passion shines through with enthusiasm in this interview. I’m inspired by you to know it is okay to select those clients that truly want to work towards there passion, goals and dreams. Several months ago I discovered how I was attracting the wrong types of people to connect and help.

    And thank you for reminding us about having a sense of humor. I love to laugh, be happy and want to share that with others. But it is also just as important to be all right with laughing at ourselves in a positive respect.

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Lynn,

      So glad you enjoyed this interview with Melody. She is definitely a woman who has passion and knows her stuff.

      I think that without passion we aren’t anything. I should know. Because I thought that I was doing the right thing (long story), I’ve lived 10 years of my life burrying down all my passions and wants. And, yes, I felt that something was terribly missing in my life.

      Yes, sometimes we do attract the wrong people for many different reasons. I am glad that you were able to get clear on that, and are now attracting the right people.

      Thanks for your feedbacks, Lynn.

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Thanks so much for your kind words Lynne. I do have a LOT of passion for what I do. 🙂

      It can take a while to find your balance. But by attracting clients that are not ideal, you have the opportunity to define what “ideal” even means to you and then as you focus on that, your clients just get better and better.

      I find that most self-improvement and LOA stuff is just deadly serious. Why? Laughing feels so good. But I struggled with this in the beginning, too. I was afraid that people wouldn’t take me seriously. Quite the opposite happened. I gained MORE readers and they started to pay MORE attention. And you’re so right. When we increase our sense of humor and give ourselves permission to laugh more, we also laugh at ourselves more. We just don’t take things that seriously anymore.

      Huge happy shiny puppy hugs!

      Melody

  • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

    Loved the interview Sylviane and nice to know more about Melody!

    Wow! To have started that young with the Law of Attraction must have been something wonderful and that’s how you have reached where you are today.

    I was simply lost in the post, especially the steps you mentioned towards the end. I think each one holds a deep meaning and is something we all need to do. I do believe a great deal in the Law of Attraction, though never see things come right through yet. I guess we need to sharpen our skills further for that. Sometimes what you really wish for does happen, but at other times, perhaps the energy isn’t as much.

    Thanks for sharing and telling us about the Law of Attraction. 🙂
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    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Harleena,

      Did you say you were “lost” about the steps that Melody mentioned in the post? I wasn’t quite sure what you meant.

      The basis of what Melopdy explained here is that in order to attract, or start attracting more of what you want and less what you don’t is start checking your feelings and go from there.

      If you feel bad you are in a low vibration mode and low vibrations attracted negative results. If you feel good or even better, your vibrations are going up, meaning you are going to attract better things to you.

      It’s really as simple as that! Not making it more complicated than it really is, is really a start as well.

      Thanks for your feedbacks, Harleena.

      • Harleena SinghTwitter: harleenas says:

        I did say lost, which means I was so engrossed (lost in reading) in reading all that she wrote – it was that wonderful 🙂
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        • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

          Gosh, LOL! Sorry about this. I don’t know what I was thinking, I didn’t understand that’s what you meant. OK, now I’m clear 🙂

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Hi Harleena,

      It can take time to learn how to apply this stuff. We’ve been trained very well to be reactive (see something and react to it) instead of deliberately choosing how we want to look at and feel about something.

      Sometimes what you wish for and what you are truly focused upon are the same thing. Then, it comes into being. But if it’s not coming, you are somehow looking at the subject in a way that contradicts what you want.

      As Sylviane stated, it really is as simple as finding better feeling thoughts. Keep reading blogs like this one. It will become clearer as you go. 🙂

      Huge hugs!
      Melody

  • Vidya Sury says:

    I am already a big fan of Melody’s and loved the wonderfully well-thought out questions you asked her, Sylvaine. This is such a valuable interview and I thoroughly enjoyed it. The “step by step” is such a great takeaway! I like Melody’s straight-forward no BS style very much.

    Thank you for a fantastic read, Sylvaine and Melody!

    • Vidya Sury says:

      I can’t believe I spelled your beautiful name wrong, Sylviane. Please forgive me. (Must be the lack of sleep) Have a great weekend!

      • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

        Hi Vidya,

        That’s OK, don’t worry about misspelling my name, lots of people do that 🙂

        I know you are a reader of Melody’s blog, I’ve seen you there many times and that’s why I’ve ended up on your blog a few times too.

        I’m glad you enjoyed the interview, and hope you’ll come back again here to say hello!

    • Melody Fletcher says:

      Hey Vidya!

      Thanks so much for stopping by here! I loved Sylviane’s questions, too. An interview is only as good as the questions. 🙂

      Huge hugs for you!

      Melody

  • Dewane Mutunga says:

    I really like when Melody spoke about “setting the intention to feel good.”

    I’m a firm believer that our expectations dictate our reality. So if you expect to feel good and positivity, then that’s what your life will consist of no matter what the external circumstances may be.

    Interesting interview!

    • Sylviane Nuccio ~ Life Coach says:

      Hi Duwane,

      Yes, you are right on, Duwane. The intention is everything. A lot of people either consciously or unconsciously are expecting for things to go wrong, and of course, they do.

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