VIDEO: 10-Minute Manifestation with Tammy Mastroberte

If I could help you speed up your manifestation process, and it only required 10 minutes per day, could you find the time to do it?

Would you find the time to do it?

In this video, I share a tip I got years ago when I interviewed bestselling author Jack Canfield, who was in the movie The Secret, and teaches on the law of attraction and success.

And it only takes 10 minutes each day.

In fact, you could even break it up into 5 minutes twice per day.

In the below video I share it with you, and check out the links under the video for more tips when it comes to manifestation!

Join Tammy for “How to Raise Your (& Your Environment’s) Vibration Class on Feb. 7 here.

Watch the “Create an Elevated Year” Series here.

Watch “One Thing NOT to Do When Manifesting” here.

Watch “Find Your Personal Limiting Beliefs” here.

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network’s Spiritual Fall Line-Up

OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network is planning a jam-packed fall premiere schedule, with new episodes of “Oprah’s Master Class,” “Iyanla: Fix My Life,” “Super Soul Sunday” and a seven-night landmark television event called “Belief.”

Below are the shows set to premiere, along with the dates and times:

“Iyanla: Fix My Life” premieres on Saturday, Sept. 19 at 9 p.m. with a three-part special. From pastors leading secret gay lives to a fallen Olympic star to a former model who risked her own health with dangerous butt injections for beauty, spiritual life coach Iyanla Vanzant tackles thought-provoking issues over eight emotional episodes.

On Sunday, Oct. 4, new episodes of the two-time, Emmy award-winning “Super Soul Sunday” premieres in its new time slot at 7 p.m. eastern/pacific. The series features all-new conversations between Oprah Winfrey and top thinkers, authors, visionaries and spiritual leaders exploring themes and issues including happiness, personal fulfillment, spirituality, conscious living and what it means to be alive in today’s world.

Episodes this season include President Jimmy Carter; television creator Shonda Rhimes; professor and TED speaker Dr. Brené Brown; women’s rights activist and humanitarian Zainab Salbi; pastor and education activist Wintley Phipps; human rights activist Bryan Stevenson; “Chicken Soup for the Soul” co-creator Jack Canfield; happiness expert Gretchen Rubin (“The Happiness Project”); groundbreaking psychologist Daniel Goleman (“Emotional Intelligence”); and more.

Narrated by Oprah Winfrey, the television event series, “Belief,” airs Sunday, Oct. 18-24 at 8 p.m. eastern/pacific, and will explore humankind’s ongoing search to connect with something greater than ourselves. This groundbreaking original series invites viewers to witness some of the world’s most fascinating spiritual journeys through the eyes of the believers. Traveling to the far reaches of the world, and to places cameras have rarely been, “Belief” searches the origins of diverse faiths and the heart of what really matters.

Each episode presents stories of people on spiritual journeys, taking them to sacred spaces, including: the largest peaceful gathering in the history of the world as a group of believers seek redemption along the banks of a holy river; a free climber on the side of a mountain who believes there is no greater power than just being present as he climbs without rope; inside the ceremonies of the past as a 21st-century woman seeks to find a miracle cure using ancient ceremonial treatments; the quiet of the night as a culture seeks to hang on to its 50,000-year-old history by searching the stars for insight to share with future generations; and, a courtroom and prison where a grieving mother must grapple with forgiveness as she comes face-to-face with her son’s killer — all leading viewers to ask: “What do you believe?”

Returning for its fifth season, Sunday, Oct. 25 at 8 p.m. eastern/pacific is the Emmy-nominated and NAACP and Gracie award-winning series “Oprah’s Master Class,” with masters handpicked by Oprah Winfrey, including Ellen DeGeneres, Robert Duvall, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Smokey Robinson, Jeff Bridges, James Taylor and Patti LaBelle. Chosen for their unique impact on the world, these true modern masters share the greatest lessons they’ve learned along the way, including their successes, failures, triumphs, disappointments and heartbreaks.

Editor’s Advice: Repeat to Delete

When it comes down to it, the books, magazines, seminars, workshops, videos and CDs from experts can give you the tools, advice and inspiration needed to change your life, but it’s up to YOU to do the work and elevate yourself! A big part of that work is repetition.

We must repeat new behavior in order to delete old patterns.

Most of us have spent years developing the habits and ways of thinking we are now trying to change, but it doesn’t have to take years to reverse this. The key is in consistent repetition.

When I interviewed bestselling author Jack Canfield for the Elevated Existence September 2013 cover story he told me about the 30-Day Principle. This states in order to change a habit, a new behavior must be done for 30 days in a row without missing even one day. It’s the daily and consistent repetition that literally changes the brain and locks in the new habit neurologically.

How many of you go to a seminar or read a book and get excited about trying something new. You are determined to change, and begin to practice the new skill. It could be keeping a gratitude journal, practicing meditation, drinking green juice or affirmations. You do it faithfully for 10 days straight, and then you miss a day because you get busy, wake up late or are too tired at night. Suddenly the pattern becomes two days on, three days off, 10 days on, one day off. Sound familiar?

We long to manifest the life we desire — one of peace, happiness, abundance and health — but we don’t remain consistent in the practices we know will help get us there. Without repetition it’s nearly impossible to manifest our desires, change a habit or retrain the brain.

But don’t take my word — or Jack Canfield’s word — for it. Test it out! This month, try picking just one thing you want to change, and begin a practice. If you remain consistent for 30 days, I guarantee you will see changes for the better!

Here are some examples and books/CDs I recommend:

— Decrease Stress — Meditate twice a day (even once will help) for 20 minutes each time. If you find it difficult on your own, listen to a guided meditation. One of my favorites is by Joan Borysenko’s “Meditations for Relaxation and Stress Reduction.” Also, I’ve recently began using EFT/tapping twice a day to begin and end my day with less stress using the “Tapping for Stress Relief “ CD by Jessica Ortner.

— Increase Abundance — Begin a gratitude practice. Start each day listing 10 things you are grateful for in your life. It can be gratitude for the roof over year head and the bed to sleep in, or even the actors who entertain you on your favorite television show! Then end each day with 5 things you were grateful for during the day — from the quarter you found on the sidewalk to the driver who let you pass on the highway. A great book to help with 30 days of gratitude is “The Magic,” by Rhonda Byrne.

— Improve Health — Commit to making small changes in your diet, such as daily green juice to alkalize the body, or making a conscious effort to cut your sugar intake in half. Maybe it’s time to start a vitamin regimen (most of us are deficient in vitamin D) and begin taking a daily probiotic supplement since 80 percent of your immune system is in your gut.

Start with one thing, and as you see the benefits, you will be excited to change even more! Nothing is stopping you but yourself and your beliefs. Make this your new affirmation:

“I know I have the power to do, be and create anything I desire.”

And remember that you DO!

Tammy_Mastroberte_headshotTammy Mastroberte is a three-time, award-winning writer, founder of Elevated Existence, and publisher and editorial director of the multi-award-winning Elevated Existence Magazine. She started the new age, spiritual and self-improvement publication at age 30 – eight years after the sudden death of her mother from a brain aneurysm only three days after Christmas in 1999. This tragedy led her down a synchronistic path to discover her purpose and the meaning behind many of the events in her life – including her mother’s death. She now shares her guidance, and the wisdom of today’s top authors and spiritual celebrities through Elevated Existence Magazine. Follow her on Twitter: @ElevatedTammy or on Instagram: elevatedtammy. For more information, visit




Money Mindfest Will Teach You How to Live in Abundance, Starting Oct. 21

What do you think about when money comes up? Do you immediately think about not having enough? Money is energy, and whether you realize it or not, it is available to you right now, and there is always enough.

Beginning October 21 Joe Vitale, Paul R. Scheele and Jack Canfield are coming together to offer you six days of breakthrough audio sessions featuring solid and practical advice, techniques, and processes to lessen financial stress and increase your personal wealth.

It’s called the Money Mindfest – and it’s FREE!

You will learn to combine the powerful forces of attraction and creation with the powerful resources of your subconscious mind to:

• Automatically align with the universe… instead of working to make it happen

• Systematically manifest your desires… instead of merely thinking about it

• Quickly get what you want… instead of waiting for it to show up

A Free Pass is available at:, so sign up today!


Jack Canfield’s Secret to Achieving Goals Faster

Setting goals is the first key to attaining them. In addition to writing goals for every area of our life, including career, relationships, finances and health, Canfield recommends choosing a “breakthrough goal,” which is something that would provide a quantum leap and change our life dramatically. It could be writing a bestselling book, tripling our income or losing 50 pounds.

Once we have it set, we can apply what he calls the “Rule of 5,” meaning we commit to doing five things each day to move us closer to that goal. This not only allows us to focus on the goal, but also to take action steps.

“It gives you a multiple approach to any problem. By doing five things a day, you have a much better shot at getting any goal you want to achieve,” Canfield explains in the September 2013 issue cover story, using the example of losing weight. “A lot of people just follow a diet, but what if they applied the ‘rule of 5?’”

As an example, here are five things someone could do each day to achieve weight loss, according to Canfield:

1. Cut back on carbs in the diet
2. Drink 10 glasses of water each day to help detox and flush out toxins
3. Deep breathing exercises to raise your metabolism
4. Take a walk each night after dinner
5. Read something inspirational about weight loss

He also shared what he calls his “Big 5,” which he created for his daily business life:

1. Write for at least one hour
2. Read for at least one hour
3. Appreciate at least five people on his staff every day
4. File anything that comes across his desk, or delete it if it’s an email so he doesn’t have clutter building up
5. Manage his staff by walking around and checking in to see how their work is going, and if they need anything such as resources or help

At home, he has a list of five personal actions to do each day. These include:

1. Exercise
2. Meditate
3. Visualizations and affirmations
4. A gratitude exercise
5. Perform a daily review at the end of every day

“The daily review is for whatever I’m working on improving. So if I’m working on having more patience, I will close my eyes and ask myself where I could have been more patient during the day,” he says. “Invariably one, two or three events will come up, and what I do is visualize how they would have gone if I had been more patient.”

Whether we are working on patience, perseverance, assertiveness, being more effective or even a discipline of returning phone calls, we can use this visualization exercise to “lay a blueprint for the next day in the subconscious mind,” and we will see it improve over time, he says.

Additionally, to bring more gratitude into his daily life, he now spends at least five minutes writing in a journal to list all of the things he is grateful for in his life – from the carpet in the house and the person who wove it, to the plants in his office and his wife for watering them.

“Rarely do we actually stop and express that gratitude to God, source energy or the universe,” he notes. “There is so much we have because of other people’s efforts. Just the fact that the sun came up and we didn’t have an earthquake in California today. The more I have done this, the more magical life seems to get.”

For more from Canfield, see the September 2013 issue cover story, where you will learn:

—  The spirituality and synchronicity behind much of his success, including Kundalini yoga and meditation

—  4 techniques for overcoming fear and limiting beliefs

—  Book recommendations from his personal reading list

—  The 30-Day Principle to creating lasting change


The Original “Chicken Soup for the Soul” 20th Anniversary Book Released With 20 Bonus Stories by Deepak Chopra, Dr. Oz and More

Open Road Media and Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing are releasing a 20th Anniversary ebook edition of Chicken Soup for the Soul, by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, with 20 bonus stories from today’s thought leaders, including Deepak Chopra; surgeon, author and television personality Dr. Mehmet Oz; small-business expert Tory Johnson, and happiness expert Robert Holden. The book features 101 stories in total.

Dr. Oz talks about relying on faith as well as science to save the life of a depressed patient; nationally-recognized leader in human-development training Anthony Robbins, tells of how he handled the terrifying moment when his father-in-law almost died in his arms; and Deepak Chopra, MD, shares his moving thoughts on the power of love.

Other incredible contributors include Kris Carr, author of Crazy Sexy Cancer; don Miguel Ruiz, author of The Four Agreements; and author and filmmaker M. K. Asante. These uplifting additions to the original will connect the book to a new generation of readers while flowing seamlessly with the classic stories that millions know and love.

As public relations influencer and entrepreneur Heidi Krupp writes in the foreword: “Chicken soup is more than a food—it’s what your mom feeds you when you’re sick, it’s what you eat when you need the ultimate comfort food, it’s recommended by doctors for the body and for the mind.”

To order the paperback version click here: Chicken Soup for the Soul 20th Anniversary Edition: All Your Favorite Original Stories Plus 20 Bonus Stories for the Next 20 Years

To order the kindle edition, click here: Chicken Soup for the Soul 20th Anniversary Edition: All Your Favorite Original Stories Plus 20 Bonus Stories for the Next 20 Years