Ho'oponopono, do you believe in coincidences?Ho'oponopono, do you believe in coincidences?
Published: August 11, 2014
I believe nothing is an accident. Everything is "Godcidences" like some people calls them. I am in Los Angeles now, and last week, I received a call from the people at Sanara in Tulum, telling me we had to move our group to Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa, due to new Mexican's laws, restrictions and regulations on new constructions on the beach that affected and delayed their project.
Just "by chance" we will end up having our experience in an all Inclusive SUPER paradisiacal Resort and Spa.
You can discover all this by yourself here: http://www.dreamsresorts.com
As always, God is the one who leads our trips, and it looks like He has more exciting and fun ideas planned for us. And no doubts, many more surprises.
This is indeed The Easiest Way to healing having fun!
I'm very happy and even more excited now than before. I am starting to feel what is going to be our experience there. I have no doubt that this is God's hand creating the perfect conditions to accomplish our work.
Like Veronica says, when you do the cleaning continuously and in automatic, and you accept that everything is perfect, everything gets synchronized because you are allowing the Universe to guide you and to put the pieces together for you.
We will have the opportunity to talk, live, experience and see first-hand about all of this there.
It's really exciting. God continues to amaze me moment by moment. The only thing I can say is THANK YOU!
My friend Laura sent me this quote after reading this e-mail "Coincidence is God's way of remaining anonymous."- Albert Einstein
I will see you very soon in Mayan's Paradise.
PS: Remember when I tell you there are no coincidences who comes to the trainings and who doesn't? I invite you to read my experiences in the last trainings in South America HERE.