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Here's Your Vibrational Cheat Sheet!

How can you raise your vibrational set point?  Use a Cheat Sheet!

Back when I was still training my mind to hold a high vibration, I used to print out my "Cheat Sheet" and kept it at bedside. 

It really worked! Upon waking I looked at it to get my mind focused on how I wanted to feel and think. That launched each day at a higher and higher vibe, rather than going with whatever default my mind happened to wake up with.

by Lola Jones

Ending my day with the Cheat Sheet encouraged deep, peaceful sleep and... waking in a higher vibe. 

This is not new!

There are "30 Ways to Raise Your Altitude" in the back of my foundational book, Things Are Going Great In My Absence. Plenty of ideas for your Cheat Sheet.

Did you do the activities in the book?

book in a big hurry, don't actually do the basic activities, then wonder, "Why am I not getting the big results others get?"

The bad news is: your set point
tends to stay the same.
The good news is: it WILL change.
Just use your Cheat Sheet and do your 10%.


Doing your 10% gets the momentum going.
Grace rolls with it and does 90%... or more!
You'll always find that there are certain things that really work for you--if you could only remember to use them!
The Cheat Sheet has you consistently choose your focus, then you don't let your mind run on auto-pilot. 
Make your Cheat Sheet using the "30 Ways."

Keep it fresh. Change it as your needs change. One day you'll soar without it!
Here's another super resource for your Cheat Sheet:
the 65 catchy, memorable Mantras in back of my follow-on book, Living Large

Deep, Warm Divine Mother Hugs,           
  Lola Jones           
PS - To this day, I often go to sleep listening to my own meditation audios from the Portal 5 Mastery Course. I eat yummy food--why not feed myself yummy thoughts?

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The contrast of feelings and experiences you don't like actually serves you. Like a slingshot pulled back hard, that unpleasant tension urges you to let go, and eventually you do let go and fly free.
Lola Jones