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I’m Coming Out of the Spiritual Closet

Feb 11, 2020

 I’ve been working with the Law of Attraction for the past nearly 20 years and I’ve done pretty well with it.

This weekend, however, I took it to a whole new level when I attended Dr. Joe Dispenza’s Progressive seminar.

I have been a student of Abraham-Hicks for years, have watched the Secret more times than I can count and have taught the Law of Attraction to thousands of people over the years.

I have manifested everything that I thought I wanted:

A happy family life.
A loving marriage.
Close relationships with my girls.
Deeply meaningful work.
A healthy body.
Financial abundance.
Travel and adventure.
Even somebody to cook for us.

Life is pretty darn good!

So truth to tell, I only signed up for Dr. Joe Dispenza’s workshop because it’s rare that I get to be with a world-class teacher in person in Colombia. Plus, I was doing this with my husband which made it extra special.

I figured that I could always work on stuff – my lingering anxiety, ways I sometimes resist receiving abundance and whatever else I wasn’t yet aware of.

What I actually got at the Progressive weekend blew my mind.

Dr. Dispenza spent a lot of the weekend explaining the science behind the power of our mind to heal ourselves and to create miracles and magic. It was interesting but I didn’t need much convincing.

I’m already a believer that we can not only heal ourselves but create miracles and magic in our lives. 

What actually blew my mind is the realization that I have kept my intentions too small all these years. Looking to improve my marriage, my finances, my living situation, etc.

I quickly realized is that what I want more than anything is deep connection to the Divine in my daily life.

I’m going to come out of the spiritual closet now.

About 6 years ago, I had what Dr. Dispenza calls a “transcendental experience”.

At the time, I thought that maybe I had a brain tumor.

I had been meditating on-and-off for nearly 20 years but had become a very serious meditator at that point of my life. I spent two hours mediating every single day and I was feeling good.

I was peaceful and in the flow.

I loved my own company and craved silence (something pretty unusual for this extrovert).

I reveled in the small things and saw the divine in simple, everyday moments.
And then one day, the strangest thing happened when I took my youngest daughter to a local coffee shop.
I was sad because our beloved cat was dying and generally feeling pretty glum.
Yet as we walked into the coffee shop and began ordering our herbal teas and pastries, I felt a wave of love wash over me. It was like I was both there in the coffee shop yet also in another dimension.

I felt such intense love for everything and everyone.

The woman serving us looked so beautiful to me (on a soul level) that I just wanted to reach out and stroke her face and give her a hug.

Everything around me looked so beautiful… the trees, the flowers, the sky.

I felt such immense gratitude for being alive, for everything in my life and could see and feel the perfection in all the imperfection. I even felt deep inner peace at the thought of our beloved Montgomery transitioning.

The best way to describe this state is pure bliss and love.

It lasted for about 20 minutes and I remember not wanting it to end.
That night, I laid in bed wondering if I had a brain tumor.
Six years later, I know that I didn’t.
I also know that I kept meditating, hoping to have that experience again, but it never happened.
I didn’t even tell many people about it because it sounded a bit crazy.
Until I heard Dr. Joe Dispenza talk about mystical events and transcendental experiences which we can create by being open to them and attracting them to us with our thoughts, beliefs and energy (I’m really simplifying here but I don’t want to speak for Dr. Dispenza).

That’s when I realized that what I had was indeed a transcendental experience and started wondering, “How would my life be different if I used my energy to manifest a state of love and gratitude and bliss throughout my days?”

Now that’s an intention worthy of all of my effort and energy.
So I’ve committed to doing Dr. Dispenza’s hour-long meditations every day in an effort to cultivate this state within myself.
It feels like an intention with the potential to change absolutely everything in my life and I’m excited!

What about you? Are your intentions worthy of you? Of your dreams? Of your soul’s deepest longings?

Feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any further info at natalie@nataliematushenko.com.

Happy Tuesday!




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