In this podcast episode about practicing the teachings of Abraham Hicks, I talk about contrast and how it can help us create some big, positive changes in our lives. I also talk about manifesting things we believe we “should do.” Additionally, I share a story about how I manifested a health solution in a completely unexpected way. 

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