Read Sharika’s Story On How The Law of Attraction Has Worked For Her

I always believed in the power of law of attraction as soon as I had learned about it when I was 18 from a book called ” “You Can Have What You Want”. I was 26 and I started to really feel stuck in my career. I needed more of a deeper understanding. I craved for someone to explain the process in a more detailed matter.

I had tried everything from reading the book The Secret and watching the dvd multiple times to hpz brainwave movies that i found on youtube. I kept searching and searching the world wide web for answer’s becasue lets face it there are tons of websites that claim they have the answers. Then they want to charge you $400 for those answers , which to me doesn’t really seem fair to charge for something that technically will always be free.

On February 21, 2011 ( I will never forget the date because I wrote it down and it was important to me to document my experience ) I came across the 7 steps Link for the Manifest Mastermind Program.  I  was emailed all the 7 steps over a short period of time.  I was thrilled because not only did i start to see change by using the steps but I could also feel change , like eating better … thinking better.

So I decided to give the program a shot and pay the $37 dollars a month.  I thought of it as an investment and the key to my$500 million dollar fortune so it really was a great bargain. As of today:

I have been on the cover of a magazine ,

been featured in a national magazine that is available everywhere ( CURVE ) .

I am the lead singer  Lady Soal.

My Facebook fan page Likes went from 600-1009 likes.

I have 2 professional music videos , radio interviews ,

my bands’ songs are also played in regular rotation on the radio.

I also have 2 mastermind partners and they can tell you the same thing I can that .. the Manifest Mastermind Program has changed their lives .

The list goes on of the things Manifest Mastermind has helped me to achieve by giving me the deep understanding that my thoughts feelings and core belief in myself are what creates my life .  I am forever grateful for Steve Pohlit  taking the time to create and dissect the law of attraction in a way that speaks to people who are more visual learners.

This part of my story  is a part of the manifest because I always thought to myself when I get really famous and people ask me what I did , I am gonna tell them the truth: I made a list and I swore that list was it and I called it the Manifest Mastermind Treasure Chest. Then i would tell the world by being successful myself , how they can become successful too . -Sharika soal aka LADYSOAL

Action Steps

1. Look to the top right of your screen and register for the Manifest Mastermind Free Course.
2. Become a member of Manifest Mastermind today Our trial is still $1.00 for the first 30 days . Click Here Now

Sending you an  Unconditional Love Hug

Steve Pohlit

P. S.Join me in a renewed commitment to manifesting whatever it is you are dreaming you want to experience. Click Here to start now.

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You Are Wonderful

One of my favorite messages I receive nearly every day is “I Believe God Wants You To Know” by Neale Donald Walsch.  I am sharing today’s message.

On this day of your life, Steve, I believe God wants you to know…

…that getting down on yourself is not the answer. Why

would you do to you what God would never do to you?

The few things you do not “get right” (whatever that is)

cannot compare to the things at which you excel. Do

you know that? You are kind, you are caring, you are

generous, you are sensitive, you are compassionate, you

are forgiving, you are more accepting than you know,

and more loving than you will give yourself credit for.

Now…what else is there?

Try to understand this: You are doing just fine. Better

than ‘just fine.’ You are excelling. You are magnificent,

you are wonderful! And God loves you to pieces!

Action Steps

1. Visit Neale Donald Walsch and register for his free messages

2. Look to the top right of your screen and register for the Manifest Mastermind Free Course.
3. Become a member of Manifest Mastermind today Our trial is still $1.00 for the first 30 days . Click Here Now

Sending you an  Unconditional Love Hug

Steve Pohlit

P. S.Join me in a renewed commitment to manifesting whatever it is you are dreaming you want to experience. Click Here to start now.

Coaching will make a huge difference in your life.  Check out Law of Attraction Action Coaching Click Here Now

Life and Death Lesson From My Mom

Birth is the first breath of our journey home.  We are intended to experience the fullest extent of life. That intent comes from God who experiences life through us. Our power comes from God and we create our lives using that power. Without God we would not be and without us nothing would exist in the physical plane.

Mom was part of the physical energy that  gave birth to four children after become the wife of her husband and being married to him now for nearly 63 years.  Throughout her life she remained a loyal sister. Her life’s purpose was clear to her and she lived it. She was first and foremost a mom and wife and she lived her life with God.

Thinking about the more recent handful of years when her body began to weaken, there was no time she evidenced any fear of her body dying.  So she lived with gusto. Everything she did was to help her family and others. No matter how little we had, she always found something to give.

How wonderful it is to know that you have lived your life to its fullest and peacefully decided it is time to go home to God. The morning before her transition, she insisted to have her hair done. That is something that had not been of interest to her for quite some time. She wanted to look her best.

My mom  has given up her body to rejoin our Spiritual source. She knows we are not our body and we are not our mind. Those of us who grew up with her have many experiences where we could say “well God cannot possibly be at the source of what she is doing or saying!” But you see that is human judgement. God just laughs at the whole idea of of judgement. Humans created that.

God is unconditional love and God is always part of every part of us. So we don’t return to God we simply release the physical form that creates the physical experiences.

We on earth have an opportunity to grow in our understanding of death from this experience with her. We have the opportunity to be joyful or not.  Can we be joyful and still experience the loss of this woman…the passing of all the experiences with her wisdom. Yes we can be joyful know she is in bliss while we have tears streaming down our face as we are saddened by what once was.

Our job is to be unconditional love and send that message energetically to all.  Tough assignment for us humans. My mom demonstrated this all the time.  If you paused to examine what was going on with her even at her most passionate moments of anger,  you would find an amazing loving heart with only the best of intentions.

When she had nothing she baked for others. When she was tired and weary she sang for herself for us whether we wanted to hear it or not and she sang in the choir. After a full week of hard work she always had the energy to go dancing with my dad or go on a trip to the casinos with a very defined limit as to how much she was prepared to invest in that fun. Most of the time she came back with more than she took.


Click Here for an amazing presentation by my brother David Pohlit that shocked all at the funeral


My mom could sing “praise God” in the morning and be more than direct with her words for people who she felt were crossing her, her family or the community.

With all that she did, with all that she said and didn’t say she, demonstrated life with God.

A lot of who I am is because of her love, guidance, example and work to help me. She was an anchor for all of us when my father and I were in a very serious car accident when I was very young. There was no health insurance and little money. Family and community came together and that system worked. Our country would be well served to return to those principles of taking care of each other.

I am blessed she is my mother.  I miss her physical vitality and I rejoice where she is now.

On October 20, 2011 Helen Pohlit would have celebrated her 63 wedding anniversary.  She lived 84 years and the world is a better place because of her.

As I think about my life with my mom and especially some very economic challenging times when I was growing up, I realized that somehow she knew that if lemonaide was going to be created out of lemons, someone was going to have to step up be responsible and squeeze the lemons.  Mom was a woman of action and love. Our world would be less arduous to navigate with most of us taking more responsibility for the outcome of our lives  and living each day taking focused action with a posture of unconditional love for others.  I love her especially for all the   lessons.

Mom I am not quite ready but there will  be a day when we will be dancing again. Meantime watch over us and help us remember

When you are no longer afraid to die then you are not afraid of anything and you can truly live.

Mom – this is not goodbye …oh no not at all. You are still very much with us and always will be.

I Love You Mom!

Sending you and all an  Unconditional Love Hug

Steve Pohlit

PS Click Here for an amazing presentation by my brother David Pohlit that shocked all at the funeral

David Pohlit Shocks All At Mom’s Funeral…My Mom Was Mean ..Watch

Helen M. Pohlit
Born 01/19/1927; Died 09/16/2011; Buried 09/19, 2011

We’re here to celebrate the life of Helen Pohlit…wife, mother, daughter, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, friend.

A lot of nice things have been said about mom, and rightfully so. She was very giving, had a good sense of humor, great baker and cook, loving wife.

But I’m here to tell you how mean she was, especially to me.


Click Here for Steve Pohlit’s presentation at mom’s funeral


For example, my mother was a slave driver. As many of you know she used to make her own candy, especially around Christmas and Easter…all kinds of chocolate covered goodies. She used to buy these 10 lb. slabs of Hershey’s chocolate that was the main ingredient for these confections she made. In order to do that, she had to melt the candy. In order to melt the candy, she needed it to be cut down into manageable pieces so she could melt them in her stove top cauldron. So what does she do? She MAKES ME cut the chocolate into manageable sized pieces so she could do her dirty work. I had to slave over mounds of chocolate many times as a young boy…what a slave driver she was…best darn job any kid could ever think of!!!!

Yeah, my mother was mean. She used to preach about “Broadening my Horizons”. I’m like, what does that even mean? For example, she made me try liver & onions. She made me give good effort to cleaning my plate at supper time…she made me think of all the starving kids in India & China. I hated those kids in India & China. It wasn’t my fault they were starving. As I grew up, I learned that those were lessons in what she would call “broadening my horizons”. You can’t talk about anything unless you have tried it first. I’ve learned that it was a good lesson. I’ve tried passing it on to our children.

My mother was mean. She made me do things I didn’t want to do. For example, when I was in high school at Bishop McCort, I got a part-time after-school and weekends job as a bagger and clerk at Quaker Market on Osbourne St., now Bi-Lo I believe. It was Ok as a job but it was clear to me pretty early on that this was not the job of all jobs. I got home from school one day and it happened to be my day off from work. The phone rang and it was my boss. She needed me to come in to work because somebody called in sick. I made something up and told her I had stuff to do and couldn’t work that day. She stressed that she needed me but I said no.
My mom asked who was on the phone. I told her the story. She said I should call back and tell them I’ll be there shortly. I told mom I didn’t want to work…I needed a break. She said employers are looking for people that are dependable and trustworthy and I could be that person. Mom won that battle and I did call back and went to work that evening. They were very happy to see me. Over time, I turned into one of their best workers, was given more responsibility and was one of the people they could always depend on in a crisis. Mom was mean. She taught me how to be dependable and hard working. I have never been able to work any other way and have tried passing that trait on to our children. As I look at my children, I believe we have succeeded in doing so, thanks to mom being the way she was.

My mother was mean. She used to embarrass me all the time. For example, she loved to sing and had a beautiful voice. She sang in this church choir for many years. But she loved standing in her kitchen cooking, cleaning, baking, whatever…and inevitably she would be singing. I don’t mean La, La, la. I mean top of your lungs, don’t miss a note, and carry it forever, beautiful singing! Why was that bad? Well, very often I would be outside hanging out with friends, doing what kids do outside, and we could hear mom singing. For God’s sake, all the neighbors far and wide could hear her! Couldn’t she keep it down? It was so embarrassing. My friends would joke a little and so would I. But as a lover of music myself, in the back of my mind, I thought it was beautiful. I thought she was good enough to have a record contract. But I never told her that and certainly never mentioned that to my friends. But one on one, we would go through some of her record albums and she turned me on to Nat King Cole, Jim Reeves, Phil Harris, Mario Lanza, Tennessee Ernie Ford, Andy Williams and others. I played those records when nobody was around and developed an appreciation for music that you could sing to. My mother embarrassed me that way. And now she is carrying on in the BIG choir, carrying a tune and you can pick out her voice above others as always. My sister Kathy is probably embarrassed right now, and so proud I am sure.

I could use one more loud, top of your lungs, don’t miss a note, carry it forever, song from mom. That will have to wait. Right now she is busy singing in the BIG choir, and they are not embarrassed at all.

I Love You Mom. Rest in Peace.

David Pohlit

PS Click Here for Steve Pohlit’s presentation at mom’s funeral