Have you ever wondered what it’s like to go on a cruise? I used to think that only old people go on a cruise – older adults who like to stay in one place while the ship takes them on a trip around the different parts of the world. Not knowing what to expect when I went on an Abraham-Hicks Cruise in Alaska, I am thankful that I accepted the invitation and am now a big fan of cruising.
I share my experience from when I went on an Abraham Hicks Cruise a few years back. I talk about why I’m so fascinated with the business model of cruise ships and how they continue to create revenue while on the sea. I also explain how the Abraham-Hicks seminar works and share what I learned from the seminar’s fantastic life coach, Esther Hicks.
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In This Episode of The Sigrun Show:
- My preconceived notion about who goes on a cruise
- My experience on the Abraham-Hicks Cruise to Alaska
- My thoughts on why a female life coach would use a male name
- What makes Esther Hicks an excellent life coach
- The importance of leaving the past in the past
- If you are stuck in the past, it’s time to leave the “snake” and move on.
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