Pleasure Tip for 15th January 2015

#Pleasure – Ask yourself – “How could I enjoy PLEASURE at WORK today?”

Yes, you can have pleasure at work – when you look for it!   This is even in situations that seem like they give you the least possible pleasure or dealing with difficult people.

Look for something, however small, that makes you smile and makes you feel good on the inside, even if it is only for a few moments. Even better if you can laugh at it!

The next question you can ask yourself is “How could I enjoy EVEN MORE Pleasure at Work today?”

This is a brilliant question because it pre-supposes that you already have already found at least some pleasure in your work. You are now adding to that pleasure. You are turning up the Pleasure dial if you like.

Have a sparkling, pleasure- filled day.


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One of the biggest changes in my life over the last 12 months, has been making PLEASURE and FUN a priority in my life. As such I have started to create daily PLEASURE tips. Here is the first one – ‪#‎Pleasure‬ Here is the first of my daily Pleasure tips. Make YOU and Your PERSONAL PLEASURE and FUN your Number ONE PRIORITY!

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From Limiting Beliefs to The Orgasmic Business Coach

The Orgasmic Business Coach

Enabling Women to Harness the Power of their Female Sexual Energies to Create Explosive Success in their Business and Wealth

You may be wondering where this has all come from and how I can transitioned from creating meditation products and clearing limiting beliefs to The Orgasmic Business Coach!!!

I have been creating Inspirational relaxation products and helping people clear limiting beliefs and blocks to success since 2003. My most popular audio has been – and still is – “Clear Limiting Beliefs” and this has been helping people clear blocks to success – whilst they rest- since 2003.

As I have worked with people on clearing limiting beliefs, we have used all manner of processes, from simple questioning to deep energy clearing and healing work. Some processes have worked better than others and some have created more lasting change than others.

The Missing Piece in the Success Creation Puzzle

Through this work, I discovered what I believe to be the “Missing Piece” in Success Creation that is not really talked about in personal development and success circles.

Teachers of Success Creation often tell us that we really need to “see and feel” our intentions as if they were real – right now! I have found from experience that has worked to a point. I still struggled to work out why sometimes I could manifest my desires with ease and other times they remained illusive.

I have found that when you can go beyond “feeling” your goals to be real and you connect with them in your body, in a way that feels sexy, attractive and really sexual, then you are tapping into the biggest driving force we have – the desire for sex expression!

The Energy of Sex: Transmutation

Napoleon Hill talked about it as the 10th Principle to Success in his book “Think and Grow Rich” which was published in the 1930s. It is called the Energy of Sex: Transmutation and is probably the least understood principle.

Through my own personal journey over the last 12 months, I found that when I allowed myself to have more pleasure in my physical body, then my sales skyrocketed. I earned more in less time, with less effort and less stress than I had ever done.

I chose to then make PLEASURE my Number ONE Guiding PRIORITY in all areas of my life.

When you allow your personal magnetism, or sex energy, to shine out into the world, it is the quickest way to pull old, no-longer-serving stuff to the surface to be cleared.

The birth of The Orgasmic Business Coach became the next natural step to really ACCELERATE MASSIVE TRANSFORMATION with my clients.

No room for hiding, time to shine!

I now offer a VIP Power Up Your Orgasm in Business Days and a 90 day total transformation Programme to enable other women to harness your own sexual energies to explode your business growth and income. These are private, personal, 1-2-1 sessions.

Contact me now for a free consultation.


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Amanda Goldston

Author of the forthcoming book
How to Earn Over £100,000 a Year, Doing What You Love,
With a Balanced Life and Having Fun
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History and Heritage Walk

History and Heritage Walk

Yesterday, Sunday 17th August, we went for a walk starting at the Old Furnaces at Moira, Leicestershire, and walked along the canal, past Conkers, and through the wood of the National Forest.

I would have to disagree with Endomondo that we ran round the canals and the woods! It really was more of a gentle amble!

This is a fascinating area because it was once a thriving coal mining area. All of those old mines are now long gone and the area has been turned into a lovely nature reserve area.

I hadn’t taken my coat, as I thought it was going to be brilliant sunshine, which is mostly was, apart from when I attempted to bend down to tie up my boot laces and it started to rain!

Yes, it rained right down my back and I ended up with a soaking wet bottom!

There was a folk festival going on at the Moira Furnaces, so we enjoyed some free music.
Some of it was very good and some of the songs were really quite depressing!

Moira was formerly furnaces for coke and iron ore, as well as line kilns.

Some of this is still in existence.

Greg took some interesting pictures today, with a mixture of sunshine and rain showers, as per typical British summer.

For comparison, I have included some dramatic infrared images that Greg took a couple of years ago, when we visited the Moira furnaces one evening, when there was no-one around.

Of course, no Sunday afternoon walk is complete without a good nosh-up! As there was a festival going on, there was a plentiful supply of gorgeous food, including pancakes and ice-cream! Yes, we did enjoy, as it would have been rude not to!

With abundant blessings.

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Outdoor Theatre – in a Hurricane!

Outdoor Theatre – in a Hurricane!

It could only be in Britain!

Yesterday we went to an outdoor theatre performance of Peter Pan and the Lost Boys by Heartbreak Productions at Wightwick Manor near Wolverhampton. I thoroughly enjoyed it, as they had put a very modern twist on an old story.

With these outdoor performances, it is quite traditional to take a large picnic to munch on for a couple of hours. This, we dutifully did and had a huge picnic box full of sandwiches, fruit, chocolates, crisps, biscuits and cakes. Yes, the unhealthy food content probably outweighed the healthy content by at least 3 to 1!!

Sunshine before the storm with Jackie and Chris

Steph and Greg

Due to the unpredictable nature of British SUMMER, it is important to go fully equipped for blazing heat and sunshine, so sunhats, suncream and layers of jumpers that can be taken OFF – and equally important to go fully equipped for torrential rain and howling gales, so waterproofs, umbrellas and wellington boots!

As Britain was at the tail end of a mini hurricane, called Bertha, the latter were actually more appropriate!

It was quite warm when we sat down and we did manage to eat most of our picnic before the huge grey clouds appeared overhead and it started to rain – well actually it was more like a flood descending out of the sky.

In true British fashion, everyone zipped up their waterproof coats, put up their umbrellas and sat underneath their rain protection wear, happily munching on the rest of their sandwiches and drinking their hot tea from their thermos flasks.

Brollies at the ready!

In about 15 minutes, it passed. The sun came out, the sky was blue, the clouds were light and fluffy and there was not a sign of rain.

Rain clearing up – and rainbow!

The performance stopped during the heaviest rain and as soon as the rain stopped, down went the umbrellas and off we went again, until about half way through Act 2, when another huge grey cloud appeared and more rain descended on the crowd. Up went the umbrellas again!

Greg and Steph under the tree in the pouring rain!

I thoroughly enjoyed the performance, although I did get a bit cold and wet.

You have to have a sense of humour to live in Britain in the Summertime!

With abundant blessings.

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Do Something you LOVE and feel PASSIONATE about every day – Daily Inspiration

Do Something you LOVE and feel PASSIONATE about every day – Daily Inspiration

I had an interesting dream last night, where I dreamt I was in the house of the comedy duo Laurel and Hardy and they were showing me around. There were accolades and awards on the walls, yet these did not really seem to mean very much. They were accompanied by a shrug of the shoulders.

What is the message?

As I was waking up, I kept asking myself, “What does this mean? What is the message here for me?”

The answer finally came as “Do something you LOVE and feel PASSIONATE about every day” – even if it is something small and even if you only spend a few minutes on it. This might be the case if you day is filled with things that you don’t really enjoy doing.

I sat up in bed, took some really deep breaths, where the energy went up my spine at the back and then down the front, to clear my energy channel.

What makes me FEEL good?

I thought about what makes me feel really good and looked up at the pictures on my bedroom wall, which are from our two trips to Switzerland.

From the top of Cassons 2687m above sea level

Mountain clouds

I felt so alive up on those mountains, my body was full of energy and I had a huge beaming smile on my face every minute of the day. I can recall that energy in my body throughout the day.

What do I LOVE?

Actually writing things that inspire me and sharing that inspiration with others. When I feel uplifted and enthused, then that energy will rub off onto other people that I meet.

Have a wonderful day.

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Walk around Thornton Reservoir – despite back pain!

Walk around Thornton Reservoir – despite back pain!

Over the last week I have been suffering from lower back pain.

I have not got to the bottom of the cause of it yet and I am still unsure of the cause or causes of the pain and quite what I need to do about it.

I decided I would go for our regular Sunday walk and see if that eased it.

It is quite strange, as I am trying to keep my body upright, yet it feels like my bottom is sticking out. Due to bad posture and holding myself in a strange way, I have also had pain in my knees and in my hips.

I am seeing the Consultant tomorrow, so I should get some answers then.

It was really lovely at Thornton Reservoir in Leicestershire. The sun was shining, but not too hot and pleasant to walk.

Greg remembered to start Endomondo at the beginning, so we had an accurate measurement of distance and calories burned off.

First stop was taking some pictures of baby swans and baby ducks!

Greg was using his infrared camera today, so we had some stunning black and white pictures of me and our daughter, Stephanie, as well as the scenery around the lake.

Of course, no walk is complete without the obligatory ice-cream at the end!

This last picture really summed up how I feel at the moment, not quite disabled, but aching and not moving very well!

Have a great week.
With abundant blessings.

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I Love my Berghaus EXTREM Gore-Tex XCR weatherproof Jacket!

I Love my Berghaus Jacket!

My husband, Greg first bought his Berghaus EXTREM Gore-Tex XCR weatherproof jacket a few years ago, when he started taking stunning landscape photographs outside, in all weathers.

At some point I acquired this jacket and I am so glad I did!

It is the best jacket I have ever had and it keeps me both warm and dry when it is cold and wet and cool, when it is warm.

It has accompanied me on a fair few dog walks in the UK, as well as keeping me very dry in torrential downpours, when I have been outside measuring a porch or fascias and guttering, as part of my job as a sales representative for Anglian Home Improvements, in the “wonderful British weather!”

Recently, it has been put to the test in the February snow in Switzerland and in the July fog in the same area!

In February we went to Laax in Switzerland and went up to Grauberg at 2228, to the café at the bottom of Vorab Glacier at 2670m And to one of my all time favourite spots – the Fil de Cassons at 2675 m above sea level.

I loved it up there, the air was so clear and clean and fresh. I felt completely alive and at one with the world. As we were walking the snow and not skiing or snowboarding, we were rather limited as to what we could do at that time, in terms of exploration.

Not so when we returned in July.

We went up from Nargens and I just had my T-shirt and trousers. When we got to the top with the chilly wind, I was very glad to wrap myself in in warm, snug Berhaus coat and I felt warm in an instant.

This time we walked along the ridge from Cassons, around to Martinsloch and around into the glacier valley, looking up at the UNESCO site of the Tschingelhorner at 2846m.

My Berghaus coat was an invaluable asset, as it kept me warm and dry as we slipped and slid across the so-called path (that had slipped away) down over the side of the mountain ridge. I fell over a few times and I had a soft landing each time on my thick, protective jacket. It caught on the stones and loose shale a few times and never once ripped.

It is also a very comfortable jacket to wear when carrying a backpack, as it sits snug and comfortable around my body.

The following day my Berghaus jacket had to cope with both rain and sunshine, as we walked along the Rhine Gorge through the woods, and some rather thick brambles (when we managed to stray off the well-worn and well-signposted paths!) from Versam to Verlandes. This was a much warmer day and I really appreciated the deep pockets on my Berghaus jacket for my map and my water bottle.

The third day was a bit of a wash-out, with a lot of cold, damp fog – not unlike Britain in the Summer- so I was very glad of my warm jacket when we took the chair lift up to Foppa. We could not see anything, so a large Pflaumentorte (Plum Cake) and Coffee was the order of the day.

Later that day, we took the cable car to Crap Sogn Gion at 2228m above sea level and walked up to Crap Mesegn at 2477m. We walked up above the clouds. It was the most surreal experience as sometimes we could see Crap Sogn Gion below and sometimes we couldn’t. Sometimes we could see Crap Mesegn ahead and sometimes we couldn’t. Sometimes the mountain face of the Vorab Glacier appeared and sometimes it was shrouded in the clouds, fog and mist.

As we got nearer to the top – in July- the wind picked up and it was hailing and snowing! Yes! In July! I could feel the wind and snow against my face, as that was exposed, yet my body was warm and snug in my Berghaus jacket. I was determined to reach the top, even with the steep 100m climb at the end. I was so glad of my Berghaus jacket.

I have to say, in terms of outdoor wear, it has been one of the best investments I have ever made. I am so glad I acquired it from my husband. He is not having it back! He can buy something else for himself!

When we got back to the hotel and hung the coats up to dry, I was surprised at how quickly my Berghaus jacket dried out, even hanging outside on the balcony, in the damp, low mist and fog.

And, of course, we have to use my trust Berghaus jacket for keeping out the torrential downpour of rain, as we wandered around the ancient town of Ilanz, the first town on the Rhine Gorge.

An excellent buy and it has lasted incredibly well for its first 10 years of life. I am looking forward to the next 10 years of adventure walking with my Berghaus jacket.

With abundant blessings.

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