The greatest gift you have been given is the gift of your imagination. Everything that now exists was once imagined. And everything that will ever exist must first be imagined. Wayne Dyer’s “Wishes Fulfilled: Mastering The Art of Manifesting” at the Wanderlust Festival Speakeasy in Squaw Valley 2012 was an event that everybody who attended couldn’t stop talking about: it offered a voyage of discovery, complete with tools to begin to tap into the amazing manifesting powers that you possess within you and create a life in which all that you imagine for yourself becomes a present fact.
“You must be able to get to this place in your life where you don’t use the evidence of your senses. What your eyes tell you, what your ears tell you, what your stomach tells you. You want to be able to be in a place where you are living from the end as if what you would like to manifest is already there. To make a future dream a present fact you must assume the feeling of that wish as already being filled.”
Dr. Wayne W. Dyer explores the region of your highest self; and definitively shows you how you can truly change your concept of yourself. By practicing the specific technique for retraining your subconscious mind, Dr Dyer encourages you to not only place into your imagination what you would like to manifest for yourself, but you are invited to get into the specifics for realigning your life so you can live out your highest calling and stay connected to your Source of being. From the lofty perspective of your highest self, you will learn how to train your imagination in a new way. Your wishes, all of them, can indeed be fulfilled.
Wayne W. Dyer, PH.D., is an internationally renowned author and speaker in the field of self-development. He’s the author of over 30 books, has created many audio programs and videos, and has appeared on thousands of television and radio shows. Many of his books have been New York Times bestsellers including “10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace”, “Excuses Begone”, and “Wishes Fulfilled”. Dyer holds a Doctorate in Educational Counseling from Wayne State University and was an associate professor at St. John’s University in New York. Today he is affectionately called the “father of motivation” by his fans.
To learn more about Wayne, you can visit his website at http://www.drwaynedyer.com/ and check out his books available for purchase here: http://www.drwaynedyer.com/products/. Follow Wayne on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/drwaynedyer and twitter @DrWayneWDyer (https://twitter.com/DrWayneWDyer).
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Join Nahko creekside at Wanderlust Festival as he sings a live acoustic version of his new release: “Wash it Away.”
High in the Colorado Rockies, Chelsey Korus and Matt Giordano flow and fly with ethereal grace.
For this live acoustic version of “Aloha Ke Akua,” Nahko gathered his tribe and headed into the mountains at Wanderlust Festival.
How do you take your yoga with you when you leave the mat? Marriane Williamson helps us explore our spiritual relationship with yoga and meditation as they affect us both internally and externally, and how they can ultimately create a collective understanding, shaping us into compassionate global citizens.
Williamson explains, “Ideas grow when they’re shared…..not only is our responsibility inward as individuals when we leave the practice, but the burning, crucial question for all global citizens is how we are collectively when we leave our temple and go out into the world.” Join Marriane as she leads us in lecture and prayer about allowing our individual practice to become bigger than our bodies.
“Your goals, dreams and aspirations: if you’re not achieving them, then at some level they are connected to a fight or flight response.” Hear the fascinating theory behind how tapping works from Nick Ortner, who breaks it down for the Wanderlust Speakeasy crowd with a sense of humour and compassion.
“These days,” says Nick, “we are activating our fight or flight responses in a variety of circumstances. Frustrated goals, mounting stress, patterns of self-sabotage: at the most basic level are stress responses related to fight or flight responses. The latest research shows us that when we hit these meridian points in the body while focusing on certain issues, we are actually sending a signal to the amydgala in the brain. The amygdala is the fight or flight response center.” In this Speakeasy lecture, Nick explains how tapping can release these fears and patterns.
Nick Ortner is the producer of the documentary film, “The Tapping Solution.” Nick is a “searcher,”constantly reading, exploring and experimenting with the incredible information all around that can change lives. When he found EFT Tapping, and was startled by the results, he knew he had to find a way to get this information into the mainstream. He produced “The Tapping Solution,” a best-selling documentary film that features 10 people overcoming enormous challenges by using EFT Tapping. The film features experts like Jack Canfield, Bruce Lipton, Joe Vitale, Bob Proctor, Cheryl Richardson, Dr. Joe Mercola and more. He also produced the worldwide online event “The Tapping World Summit,” which has been attended by over 500,000 people in the past four years (all for free!) and manages the monthly membership program, the “Tapping Insiders Club.” He has produced and coordinated other project s on health and wellness, such as David Wolfe’s “21 Days to Health” program, and is an owner and managing director of another documentary, “Simply Raw: Reversing Diabetes In 30 Days.”
Wanderlust Festivals are all-out celebrations of mindful living. We bring together a remarkable group of yoga and meditation instructors, musical performers, speakers, artists and chefs for transformational retreats in the world’s most awe-inspiring natural resorts.
Capoeira, an Afro-Brazilian martial art, was invented by African slaves in Brazil who wanted to disguise their training sessions as dance lessons. This beautiful practice calls on the elements of fire, water, wind and earth as it celebrates the power of music, dance and acrobatics.
Capoeira Masters Alfred Kendrick and Bobby Page attended a few of our Wanderlust Festivals in 2014. In this video, they took to the mountains near Aspen-Snowmass and showed us how strong and fluid capoeira can be.
We often divide our financial life from our spiritual practice, especially in times of financial turbulence. In her Speakeasy talk entitled, “It’s Spiritual to Be Rich,” Kate Northrup shares her personal struggle with finances, how she finally paid off her debts, and tips on how to achieve financial freedom and happiness.
“Money is simply about value. It’s about what we value, and how we value ourselves….If you are feeling like you are not receiving enough value in the world, it is probably because you are not giving open heartedly — that you’re not giving as much value as you could in as creative ways as you possibly could be doing.”
“What you want to think about and ask yourself and actually feel when making a purchase or looking through your bank statement is ‘Did I feel expansive when I made that purchase? Or did I feel did I feel contracted?’ That one tool — that one conscious practice, tapping into you as a spiritual being will change your financial life. ”
“If you want to attract more financial abundance, you need to draw your attention to what you already have, which is why checking our bank account every morning really makes sense — putting attention on what we already have. Giving gratitude for what we already have is like fertilizer, it just makes it expand, it just makes it grow.”
Kate Northrup is a professional freedom seeker and creative entrepreneur. She created financial freedom for herself at the age of 28 through building a team of more than 3,000 wellness entrepreneurs in the network marketing industry. Her philosophy is that if you free yourself financially you can be fully present to your purpose on the planet. She’s committed to empowering as many people as possible to have the ultimate luxury in life: choice. Kate has spoken to audiences of thousands with Hay House, Wanderlust, USANA Health Sciences, and more. She’s writing her first book, Money: A Love Story, Untangling Your Financial Woes, Creating the Life You Really Want, and Living Your Purpose (Hay House, September 2013). She also continues to mentor entrepreneurs through her network marketing team, The Freedom Family. Find out more and take her free quiz to find out what your relationship with money says about you at http://www.katenorthrup.com/.
“I’m not going to tell you to relax, because that’s not what I want you to do,” shares Dr. Sara Gottfried right off the top of her Speakeasy at Wanderlust Colorado. In her talk on managing cortisol (and thereby stress levels), she emphasizes that her version of reducing stress, “is a much more advanced physiological state [than relaxation]. When you entrain your and sympathetic nervous system (the half that deals with “fight or flight”) with your parasympathetic nervous system (the half that does “rest and digest”) you are better able to manage your stress. It’s about perception and being about to rise above the fray and look more objectively at your own stressors and how you dance with them.”
If you (like most people in our modern age) have a lot on your plate and know that your health is suffering as a result, this is the one Speakeasy video you simply must tune in to, as Dr. Sara spells out in plain English what might be amiss in your hormonal system and gives you 7 concrete ways to “actively de-stress”. She shows us how to identify our cortisol levels, examine our relationship to stress, and describes the differences between men and women’s cortisol management.
The Speakeasy at Wanderlust Colorado 2013 is presented with Naropa University, a Buddhist-inspired, student-centered liberal arts university in Boulder, Colorado. A recognized leader in contemplative education, Naropa’s undergraduate and graduate programs emphasize professional and personal growth, intellectual development, and contemplative practice. For more information on their programs, please visit http://www.naropa.edu.