Here's the Shift!

Today is an exciting day. I have embraced, in an intentional way, the blessings of abundance! That's right. I am ready. I am open. I am prepared. I will accept abundance as it flows into my life!


My grandparents lived through the Great Depression and World War II. As part of the "Greatest Generation," they experienced scarcity: rationing, shortages, and financial hardships. News reels, FDR's radio addresses, and newspaper headlines put them into a constant state of emergency and alarm. 


Living in such a severe state of distress actually changes our brains. Stress. Cortisol. Neurotransmitters. New research on epigenetics reveals that different combinations of gene expression can alter the way we think, and the way we feel. Our thoughts and emotions then become the filter through which we experience the world. So, my grandparents naturally viewed the world through a lens of scarcity and threat. They were wonderful people: generous and loving. But, they were also very cautious, conservative, and frugal throughout their lives. Long after the economy had recovered and the war had ended, my grandmother was still hoarding boxes paperclips, cases of toilet paper, and shelves, upon shelves of canned food. Just in case.

Genes are inherited...

Yes. Traits are passed from one generation to the next, and then to the next: grandparents, parents, children. Researchers are now discovering that gene expression is also inherited. This means that even though I personally didn't live through the 1930's and 1940's, my gene expression is similar to my grandparents. So basically, I was pre-programmed to be on alert and to expect scarcity in my life.

My brain looks for evidence of economic hardship and the horrors of global conflict. Don't believe me? It's no accident that I became a teacher, who specialized in Economics and Global History, with a concentration in 20th century conflict--the exact era that my grandparents experienced the highest degree of stress. Perhaps, subconsciously, I was trying to resolve the psychological conflict between how I felt inside (which was, according epigentics, inherited from my grandparents) and the degree of ease and prosperity that surrounded me as a middle-upper-class suburbanite.

Here's the shift...

Researchers are discovering that mindfulness training also impacts gene expression. So, that's why I've made intentional changes in my life. My goal is to turn off my pre-set alert and alarm genes, giving space to turn on my serenity and bliss genes. I'm doing this through...

  • meditation
  • eating a gut-friendly diet
  • working out with a professional trainer
  • taking brain training classes online
  • self-censoring my own media consumption

Wow, I can really feel the transformation unfolding! It's amazing.

Ready for abundance...

I retired from teaching to become an entrepreneur, and president of my own company in 2015. I set my own calendar. I confidently re-invest my profits back into my business. Everywhere I look, I see opportunity.  It feels good to share products that promote health and wellness. It feels good to build a team of like-minded women who are embracing prosperity, too. I'm rocking my core values of happiness, optimism, compassion, and fun. Join me!

We're a top team! Gayle

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