Open into Change

Inspired Intuitive Life Coaching with Kezia Renée Lechner

Open into Change

Inspired Intuitive Life Coaching with Kezia Renée Lechner


Dare To Dream

“Daydreams are basic design”
– Architect Frank Lloyd Wright

You were born a creator, and all human physical creations begin as a thought, a vision, a daydream.

Ask yourself, what would you love to have, be, do – if there were no constraints ? And if you aren’t sure, spend some time daydreaming, and envisioning yourself doing, being, having a life which makes you feel fulfilled. What does that look like?

If you are already clear, or have become more clear about what you wish to manifest in important areas of your life, write it down, being as specific as you can.
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Six Impossible Things


“There is no use in trying,” said Alice, “one can't believe in impossible things.”
“I dare say you haven't had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I've believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

Quote from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll 

Conscious Creative Design

Frank Lloyd Wright, the famous architect, was correct when he said, “Daydreams are basic design”. All physical human creation begins with a thought, a vision, a daydream. The paintings on your wall, the music you listen to, the house you live in, the car you drive.

But how often as a child were you told not to daydream, especially as you found yourself gazing distractedly out the schoolroom window during your least favorite class? What if instead of being shamed, you had been taught that daydreaming is the igniting spark that sets the process of manifestation in motion?
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What the Movie The Secret Never Told You

The Secret, written by the Australian television producer and writer Rhonda Byrne, was a highly popular book published in 2006. It sold over 9 million copies and has been translated into 46 languages. But the film, also produced by Rhonda Byrne in 2006 may have become even more popular.

Loved, hated, parodied by many, it focused on the principles of how to use the Law of Attraction to manifest one’s dreams and featured a number of spiritual teachers and authors, such as Mike Dooley, Jack Canfield, Lisa Nichols, Bob Proctor and Marie Diamond.

To be fair,
The Secret did help seed the paradigm of what has been called New Thought into mainstream mass consciousness. And that’s a good thing. But what were the downsides, the drawbacks, and what did The Secret neglect to tell you? As a friend so succinctly put it “The Secret would have you believe that the Universe is just one gigantic vending machine!” Read More…