Getting spiritually dressed is an important part of every day. You can read more, here, on how I get spiritually dressed using my Malas. When we set intentions with our Mala, we wear them as a physical reminder of our intentions. The feel and sight of the Malas remind us to stay present and aware of our intentions. A gentle reminder to pause, breathe, and realign. With that in mind, I want to share more insight on the power of intention setting and the words we think and say every day.

It is easy to get caught up in the hustle of daily life. Trust me, I know. Between my business, my family, and the work I do, it is almost imperative that I try to get ahead of life’s momentum before it runs me over. One way I do this is through the mantras I repeat over and over during my meditations. What we say and think about throughout the day has a way of manifesting in our day-to-day lives, so it is important to keep our affirmations positive and line it up. When we take just five minutes to breathe, say an intention for the day, and then surrender, we are affirming that we will allow our day to unfold exactly as it is meant to be.

Line It Up

I always say take time out of your day to “Line It Up.” This is my version of setting a clear intention for your day and asking your Guides and Angels to be connected with the higher power that is Source.  When we take time out of our day to “Line It Up,” we are taking the time to be present in the here and now. We are choosing to be a part of the higher consciousness that is I AM energy. This is where the power of your words is held.

One of my favorite mantras that came to me is, “I am connected, protected, guided, and directed.” Each day I say this and affirm that I am connected and protected from beyond. I am affirming that my Guides will help me throughout my day. I have found that my days flow much easily when I acknowledge right off the bat that I may need extra help from my beyond and then unapologetically ask for it. Our Deceased Loved Ones and Guides are always available to help shed light on our daily lives. This is why I make it a point to ask them each day, either through spoken word or heartfelt intention, for their guidance and direction forward.

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Your Words Are Powerful

Keep in mind, that your words and intentions are powerful. What we think about most is what we will manifest. So think healthy, positive thoughts and then repeat them as daily affirmations. You can easily replace your negative commentary with the affirmative. Try something like this mantra: “I am healthy and well. I am good enough right now, just as I am.” I always keep my intentions and mantras in the present and usually start them all with “I AM.” When we want to manifest our desires in our life, we need to affirm that we are already there and tune into that “I AM THAT I AM” loving energy.

When we come from a place of love, our intentions will come from our heart. What I have learned is that when our intentions are heartfelt and do not come from fear or the mind, our Guides are more than willing to assist us through the day. When you choose positive and affirming intentions, you will begin to notice that everything around you flows as it is intended to. I call this living a flow-tastic life! When we focus on the what and they why of our intention, and then surrender, we will see that everything will come together.

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Our day-to-day life can be unpredictable and messy. You can read how all about how messy my life can be in my new book, What the Dead Have Taught Me About Living Well. The trick is to not let ourselves get overwhelmed by the tasks at hand and instead allow ourselves to become part of the flow. All we have to do is use the power of our words and intentions to change our minds about the day. The moment you start to panic, take a step back and ask for a shift in perspective. While none of us can control the events and circumstances that happen during the day, we can change how we think and see about them. It is all in the power of our intentions and words.

To learn more about intentions and mantras, click here.

Some of my favorite Mantras from my new book include:

  • I have a body. I am a soul. And I am grateful for this life.
  • I can depend on myself.
  • I am worthy of having my needs met and provided for at every moment.
  • I prosper when my thoughts are rich with positive expectation.
  • Dear Guides, help me see through your eyes, speak your words, and know as you know that divine perfection exists in all and that all is right and well.

Make sure to grab a copy here to read more!


  1. Dear Rebecca,

    I heard you on “The Coast To Coast” show a couple of days ago and was so impressed by your gifts. I would love to ask a question pertaining to my birth family, it is so dysfunctional. Thank God I have my own family, my own children and they and their spouses are all wonderful. Is there anything I can do to make my birth family more loving, more cohesive? My mother is now 95. Should I just avoid them altogether as I have been doing? I am so much happier when I am not their scapegoat! Is this a past life Karma or what? What am I doing wrong? HELP!

    Love & Light,


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    1. I’m sure Rebecca will reply to you, but I had to write you. Your comments and questions sound like me, years ago. I believe we come into this life to work on “stuff” we decided we wanted to work on. It’s not easy when it comes to family. Mine has never been close and I don’t speak to my 98 yr old mother anymore after a horrible set of lies and deception on her part. I speak to my younger sister, but not my older brother and sister. I think boundaries are fantastic! You are NOT doing anything wrong! I tried to reach out to all my family to no avail. I don’t talk with my younger sis much, as her lifestyle makes me crazy. She was part of the lies with my mother too. I’ve sent boundaries for my own health and well-being. You sound like you have a great family of your own. Enjoy and be grateful. Let the others go. Sometimes we just have to understand that “family” isn’t people we were born with/into. I’ll never have a close family and that’s what I’ve come to understand. I’m knowing peace for you.
      I’ll be very interested to read Rebecca’s response.
      I LOVE this site and I’m new to it. I’m new thought as she is. I AM. Fantastic!
      My husband and I are looking for a home in a new town and I needed to read her blog today and will share it with my husband. Setting intentions and standing in the now. Perfect!
      Be well Susan!

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  2. Your book mentions a free download. Connectin signs meditation but I cannot find it here. I was a member of your monthly subscription but forces have made it impossible now to afford this. Please let me know where to find the download. Thank you Sinton Stranger

    Sinton Stranger on
    1. Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Sinton! We have been having technical difficulties with the new meditation but we should have it up shortly. Thank you for your patience!

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  3. Dear Rebecca,
    I listen to you on fox radio and you are amazing. My husband and I went to your show at the Paramount on Thursday night and well just in awe at how well you addressed the crowd and helped so many people. We were near the 1st group of people you talked to in the front to the right of the stage and at one point you stood right in front of me, talking to the woman behind me. It was strange, when I first flipping down my seat to sit down, there was a red star on it, no one else around had one, was that a sign, I thought. Later you talked about a Robert or Bob coming in, then you said he had some sort of lung problem and you could smell smoke, not cigarette smoke, but maybe cigar. As I thought about it, I know it was my grandfather, he was my mom’s dad and he died a long time ago of lung cancer. I am one out of 4 siblings who has had cancer, two have passed at young ages, one in remission for now. My mom committed sucide 4 months ago, she struggled with pain and losing so many family and young friends to cancer. I wish I could have made a connection with her dad, maybe it would have helped me move forward more. I know my family is around me as I see signs all the time. Sometimes I thought it was my imagination, but you helped me understand it is not. Thank you! I look forward to trying to get into one of your group sessions and hopefully connect with some of my lost loved ones. There are so many. I turn 60 in 6 weeks and my guardian angel has worked hard at helping me make it this far. ❤️

    Sherry on
  4. My husband had hear the same radio show and that is why I’m reading this. Your story is very similar to my own! I’m so grateful for my family and it’s usually enough, but why is hard to shut down!

    Mary Ciotti on

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