Law of Attraction author to speak

“It hasn’t just arrived," says Lauren MacLauclan, author of The Law of Attraction how to book.

“It hasn’t just arrived,” says Lauren MacLauclan, author of The Law of Attraction how to book.

“It’s been here since the dawn of time — always is, always was, and always will be,” MacLauclan. “Socrates, Einstein, and Edison are just a few who have helped immortalize the Law of Attraction in their writings and teachings, and now that Quantum Physics has actually proved its existence, we can start using it to enhance our lives.”

Lauren is a former registered nurse who is now a Law of Attraction trainer, coach and facilitator living in Courtenay. She teaches people how to use the Law of Attraction to attract events and circumstances that improve their lives in all areas.

So just what is the Law of Attraction all about?

“Well, you know how some people just seem to experience one negative event after another? And how others experience synchronous positive events?

Like my friend a real estate agent here in Courtenay — after taking my seminar, she sold three houses in one week — in a soft market! The truth is, that she attracted all of those fortuitous events into her life. And anyone can learn to do so this, and use the Law to their great advantage all of the time.

“So that is what I teach in my seminars and coaching sessions — I teach a four step formula that gives people all of the tools, techniques and scripts that they need to tap into the Law of Attraction so that they can apply it to attract more deeply rewarding, happy and satisfying lives.”

“I am certainly glad that I’ve taken  Lauren’s seminar on the Law of Attraction,” says Judy van Nus of Remax Ocean Pacific. “I did sell three houses in one week after the seminar!

“What I learned is that I can implement the four-step formula anytime, and that this ensures that I will always have steady growth in my business, despite fluctuations in the market.”

For more information, phone Lauren at 250-338-6693 or check www.lawofattractiontrainingroom.com.

She will speak from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. on Saturday at the Comox Community Centre at the West Coast Women’s Show. It runs Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 to 4. The admission cost is $6 for adults and $4 for seniors and students.

— West Coast Women’s Show

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