The Greatest Advice Of All Time?

Welcome back to the current issue of the Law of Attraction Key Newsletter!

What were you like when you were a kid? I mean before you had heard words like “limitation” or “disappointment” or “can’t” or “practical”.

Do you remember? Even if you can’t remember, here is what I can tell you – there was a time – even if it was a short time and even if you were really young – when you weren’t scared of failure, in fact, when you didn’t even know what failure was. There was a time where anything was possible, purely because you didn’t know what impossible was.

There was a time when you laughed – a lot – and sometimes, even, for no reason.

As adults we long for the days when we were open and everything was possible while simultaneously judging it as an impractical fantasy. We don’t realize we are ignoring a great power, within us, that is so strong it can move mountains – and make the impossible, possible.

You have to read this article – you have to tap into the spiritually intelligent (and childlike) part of yourself.  I can’t wait for all the brilliance you are about to rediscover!

You are extraordinary and I can’t wait to hear from YOU personally – make sure you leave me a comment at – I’m excited to hear what you have to say and love being able to help you along your journey!

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“There is who you are and who you have learned
to be – who you are is limitless and magnificent
and unique – pay attention to that voice
within you – that is the real you!

Kristen Howe


The Greatest Advice Of All Time?

By Crack Your Egg Enterprises

So why are you interested in the ‘Law of Attraction’ anyway?

Well, if you’re like most people, you’ll want to ‘live life’ rather than have ‘life live you’. You just want to do what you really want in life and feel fulfilled enduringly, right?

So to that end, in this article I’d like to explore a concrete and practical approach that you can start using in your life today. At first, it might sound ridiculously simple… But upon deeper thought it might just be the greatest word of advice of all time!

You know, according to the American physicist, philosopher, and management expert Danah Zohar, doing what you really want with your life requires what she calls ‘Spiritual Intelligence’. It’s about your own, personal, deeper actuating motives.

Zohar says that self-development and purpose/meaning are principles that are central to spiritual intelligence. When you’re in touch with your own ‘inner universe’, you can develop your talents and give full scope to your natural gifts.

As such, you’ll live the life that fully matches who you are (which is not necessarily the life that others think you’re supposed to live). Within yourself, you’ll discover your own actuating motives and what really inspires and animates you.

Zohar says that when you manage to live your life from that inspiration, you’re quite a happy and fulfilled person. This is pretty much in line with what the famous American psychologist Abraham Maslow (who came up with the so-called ‘hierarchy of needs’ that’s designed to explain human motivation) called ‘self-actualization’.

According to Maslow, self-actualization is the ultimate state of human development, a spiritual condition in which people are creative, ‘playful’, and tolerant. And if you’ve read my articles and other materials, you know that these are the very conditions that facilitate the extent to which you can ‘work’ the ‘laws of the universe’ (if you want to call them that).

And you know what? There’s actually a specific group of people who can teach us a lot about this state of ‘creativity’, ‘playfulness’ and ‘tolerance’, or rather ‘spiritual intelligence’…

Guess who they are…:

Children! Kids are almost the very paragon of spiritual intelligence.

Of course, this doesn’t mean we should all start behaving in infantile ways. However, we can start to look at the world more like children do. We could start to re-invent and re-discover the qualities that we so often lose in the process of what’s called ‘growing up’ and ‘becoming adults’. Those qualities are:

– Being open;
– Trust;
– Sincerity;
– Being genuine;
– Curiosity;
– Eagerness to learn;
– Generosity;
– Feeling adventurous;
– Wonder and astonishment at the smallest of things…
– And not to forget: unconditional love.

And let’s face it… People who are living life like this are pretty pleasant company, both to themselves and to others, right?

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‘Spiritual intelligence’ has got nothing to do with religion or faith. Of course, both are fine if pursuing them makes you feel good inside, and if it’s your own choice and it’s not imposed on you by others. 

But ‘spiritual intelligence’ is really about self-reflection and intuition. As such there’s a difference between ‘spiritual intelligence’ and what many consider ‘being spiritual’.

I mean, think about it:

  • You can do reiki, qigong, meditation, burn incense, play with your Ouija-board and your pendulum, do rain dances in wildlife outfits, and read books about ‘spirituality’ all day and night. And of course that’s all fine if that makes you feel good.
  • But ‘spiritual intelligence’ rather refers to making the choices that suit you, and to actually consciously experience the satisfaction and feelings of genuine fulfillment and self-realization that come with that.

And guess what…

That’s what’ll make you happy… which also happens to be the fundamental state from where deliberately manifesting your intents happens more easily and playfully.

So in that context, what’s potentially the greatest advice of all time?


Be open. Be adventurous. Be genuine, not least to yourself. Be curious. Be tolerant and allow other people to be their unique self, just like you like to be your unique self. Instead of judging people, be curious and interested in their deeper motivations and drives. Be eager to learn. Acknowledge the wonder of life and the amazing experience it brings.

After all, it seems so real, doesn’t it?

But in the words of the late comedian Bill Hicks:

“The world is like a ride in an amusement park. And when you choose to go on it, you think it’s real because that’s how powerful our minds are. And the ride goes up and down and round and round. It has thrills and chills and it’s very brightly colored and it’s very loud and it’s fun, for a while. 

Some people have been on the ride for a long time and they begin to question, is this real, or is this just a ride? And other people have remembered, and they come back to us, they say, “Hey – don’t worry, don’t be afraid, ever, because, this is just a ride…” 

And we kill those people. 

“We have a lot invested in this ride. Shut him up. Look at my furrows of worry. Look at my big bank account and my family. This just has to be real.” 

Just a ride… 

But we always kill those good guys who try and tell us that, you ever notice that? And let the demons run amok.

But it doesn’t matter, because it’s just a ride. And we can change it anytime we want. It’s only a choice. No effort, no work, no job, no savings and money. A choice, right now, between fear and love.” 

So what’s your choice?

Mine is this:

I try to remain childlike, and to enjoy the ride!


Quick Tip Look Who’s Talking…
As you embrace being more childlike and focus on enjoying the ride, look for as many ways as possible to laugh throughout your day.  Laughter is healing, laughter is freeing, laughter is the song of the Universe.

You can shift to laughter in an instant – think about it – when was the last time you laughed out loud? What happened? Remember it fully and in detail – as if you were living it again and you will begin to feel joy and laughter rise within you!

“Thanks Kristen.

I always find you so on the mark and helpful. Wonderful question. I took immediate action towards my goal of integrity and efficiency and feel great!

All The Blessings,

One Response to “The Greatest Advice Of All Time?”

  1. John says:

    Hi Kristen,

    Love to hear your thoughts. This last ‘salvo’ about being childlike rings home big time to me. Maybe add the word: PLAYFUL to the rest. Also tha twe may be thought of as Spiritual beings and/or part of One? This works for me anyway. There are many that are realizing how important game like activity is and can be. What I’ve been up to for years now —

    I’ve been developing an achievement ‘Serious Game’ (yes, you can google this phrase!) for years actually. This has been a very purposeful activity and I certainly hope to share it someday. There are over a dozen influences within this project, like Accelerated Learning or learning via the Visual, Auditory and Touch, with music possibly, etc.

    So many learn so much, become so astute, that what is given back is spoken in some other kind of unapproachable language. Games are more mainstream connecting ‘vehicles’, if you catch my drift here. It’s been said that you can learn more about a person playing a game wit hthem in a couple of hours than you can (often times) learn about them in weeks.

    If anyone is intrigued by what I’m talking about here maybe you can forward their expressions of interest to me? I will be happy to include them on my mailing list for when this ‘Game’ finally comes out. I am not into spamming.

    Thanks again for your great work and your Giving nature Kristen! I’d like to meet you or minimally hear back from you sometime.


    John O. (Kindred Spirit)

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