Jack Canfield is a hugely successful motivational speaker and author as well as being one of the leading law of attraction teachers featured on The Secret.
His “Chicken Soup for The Soul” series of books, based around inspirational real-life stories, have sold over 500 million copies around the world, touching the lives of people from all corners of the planet.
Jack has spent over 30 years inspiring and helping hundreds of thousands of people to create better lives for themselves and to live their dreams.
He has been featured on over 1,000 TV and radio shows around the world, such as the Today Show, Larry King, Oprah and 20/20.
He holds the Guinness World Record for having 7 of his books featured at the same time on the New York Times Bestseller List as well as the record for the biggest ever book signing for one of his Chicken Soup series of books.
A Harvard graduate with a masters degree in psychological education, he has also worked as a teacher and a psychotherapist.
“Decide what you want. Believe you can have it. Believe you deserve it and believe it’s possible for you.
And then close your eyes and every day for several minutes, and visualize having what you already want, feeling the feelings of already having it.
Come out of that and focus on what you’re grateful for already, and really enjoy it. Then go into your day and release it to the Universe and trust that the Universe will figure out how to manifest it. “
Jack Canfield’s 5 Points For Efficient Manifestation
1. Define what you want
2. Imagine it
3. Imagine the feelings that you will have
4. Come out of that and feel gratitude for what you already have
5. Release it to the universe and let it work on it
“Each day is an adventure in discovering the meaning of life. It is each little thing that you do that day – whether it be spending time with your friends, running in a cross-country meet or just simply staring at the crashing ocean- that holds the key to discovering the meaning of life. I would rather be out enjoying these things than pondering them. We may never really discover the meaning of life, but the knowledge we gain in our quest to discover it is truly more valuable.” – Jack Canfield