Review of Lisa Diane's Dream Life Discovery

Lisa Diane's Dream Life Discovery - A Review

I've always believed everything happens for a reason and we have a choice to either move on or just accept what life throws at us.

It would have been easy for me to just roll over when my son was diagnosed with autism but deep down I knew that something good would come out of it and it has. My books have apparently helped others and that is great.

Someone else who has helped others is Lisa Diane, and it is not without good reason she has been dubbed the "Queen of Dreams". Her rags to riches story has been an inspiration to thousands of people, and her expertise has generated multi-million dollar revenues.

Her unique qualities contribute that special something which no-one else can replicate and clearly she was put on this earth to share the secret of how to be in control of your own destiny,

She enjoys a lifestyle most people only dream of but it's not all about money. She has total freedom and the ability to enjoy peace of mind.

Lisa wasn't born into money, didn't have a college education or any special skills or training. She's just an ordinary woman from an ordinary family, and if you were to pass her in the street you would never guess the extraordinary power this woman possesses. Highly respected in the Internet Marketing circle, everything Lisa Diane says makes sense.

When she speaks, she's truly inspirational, and her Dream Life Discovery programme is a revelation. It makes you look at yourself in a way that isn't always comfortable and makes you realise that with just a little shift in belief and attitude you have the power to control your own destiny.

Dream Life Discovery is no ordinary self-help or motivational type information. Infact, much of it you already know, but just don't realise, and this simple, easy to use, step-by-step proven method allows the average person to be truly happy, healthy and wealthy instead of just settling for what comes along. Most people have the quality of their lives dictated by other people, and 97% of people never discover there are no limits to have, do or be everything they want in life.

The course itself consists of a few worksheets and 12 audio CD's. In each one you genuinely get an "Aha" moment when the truth hits home. Inspired by the universal Laws of Attraction and Gratitude, Lisa reveals we get what we expect and accept.

She explains, clearly that success, health, wealth and happiness are your birthright and YOU have the power to design your ultimate life. Coming from a religious background she points out it wasn't God's intention for us to be unhappy, unloved, unfulfilled and full of worry and stress, and infact we create our own lives. Indeed, she affirms the only limits to what you can have, be or do are those you place on yourself.

The twelve sessions are narrated primarily by Lisa Diane, and her enthusiasm is infectious. Each one lasts about an hour and their titles give some indication as to their content:

Don't Just Dream Your Life, Live Your Dreams
How To Think So Your Life Doesn't Stink
Dreaming With Your Eyes Wide Open
5 Magic Words - Become Your Magic Wand
I'll Take Sticks And Stones Any Day
Obsess Your Way To A Magnificent Life
Speak What You Seek
The Art Of Abundance
Love The One You're With
The 20 Minute Miracle
The Art Of Asking
The Art Of Receiving

Dream Life Discovery raises your awareness of the world around you and opens your mind to new opportunities and dreams. It allows you to re-write your life by emphasising that your thoughts create your life. It's a purpose led, think and grow rich system.

Session 10, which is the 20 Minute Miracle, is split into four, five-minute sessions. Lisa Diane suggests you practice them every day. The first part is a breathing exercise, the second is where you concentrate on all the things in your life you are grateful for, the third is a visualisation session where you create the life you want as if it already exists, and finally, in step four you make your affirmations and thank God for your creations.

It's very powerful – (if you use it), and Lisa Diane is so confident of the positive outcome of her system, she offers a full 6-month guarantee.

It's simple but effective and I believe this system could work for anyone. I personally feel it ought to be included as part of the school curriculum, and handed out by doctors instead of prescription drugs and medication.

It's not a magic pill, but could be life changing. Certainly it's well worth investigating if you want more from life, albeit wealth, joy, success, happiness, confidence, self-esteem or simply peace of mind.

It's worth noting that just for handing over your e-mail address you can get a FREE copy of the 20 Minute Miracle, and that I believe is a "no-brainer". Dream Life Discovery certainly gets my approval.

Jean Shaw



Autism And Self Harm. Surely Parents Know Best

My youngest son has autism. When he was small he used to beat me up regularly. He would hit and kick me out of sheer frustration. I never knew why and he could never explain. He'd come in from school or being in the garden and would attack me for seemingly no obvious reason.

Luckly over the years he's found ways to communicate and I am no longer treated as a punch bag for which I am extremely grateful. Another thing I am grateful for is that my son never self-harmed. Many autistic individuals do, and I've just read an article about a seventeen-year-old autistic boy who was taken away from his loving parents and placed in a state-run mental institution because of it.

Of course no-one wants to see a child injured but clearly the Child Protection Services involved in the case have little understanding of autism and just made what was a bad situation even worse. They may have been genuinely concerned about the child and disagreed with his parents’holistic treatment choices, but taking him away from his loving home, placing him with the criminally insane, and then putting him on dangerous drugs is going too far.

Such ignorance, even if originally well motivated, should not be allowed.

Read the article for yourself and see what you think.

Child Abuse by the Government
Orange County Register – February 17 2008

Nate Tseglin, a 17-year-old autistic boy, was removed from his home and placed in a state-run mental institution because Child Protective Services disagreed with his parents’ treatment choices.

A teacher called CPS after seeing self-inflicted scratches on Nate's body and complained about the doctor-approved arm restraints used by Nate’s parents to keep him from hurting himself. Soon the Tseglins found themselves at loggerheads with the government over Nate's proper treatment.

The parents are opposed to the use of psychotropic drugs and argue that Nate has had strong negative reactions to them. They have had success, however, with an alternative, holistic approach that focuses on diet and psychiatric counseling. CPS disagreed with the treatment and forcibly removed the boy from his home.

After he ran away from the group home where he was initially placed, the government transferred Nate to a mental hospital. The Tseglins say the drugs the hospital gave Nate caused him to have a grand mal seizure, and his health has continued to deteriorate. When the Tseglins visited Nate over the summer, they found his face swollen, and he faded in and out of consciousness and suffered from convulsions.

The Tseglins claim Child Protective Services has told them they have the “wrong set of beliefs” and even threatened to force them to undergo a court-ordered psychological evaluation.

It makes me realise just how lucky I am!


Dyslexia –How Schooling Affects Behaviour

My autistic son will be leaving school this summer. He has autism and I am extremely grateful he has always attended a special needs school where his particular needs have been recognised. However, I am now waiting for a decision, which will ultimately change his life, and mine, i.e. where he will go next.

There is very little provision for adults with autism and at the age of nineteen he could find himself in an environment with people almost four times his age. Once an adult, always an adult, and the services take no account of whether you are nineteen or ninety.

Finding the right school or provision is so important for every child and there will be several parents disappointed to learn they haven't got their child into the school of their choice.

Schooling is an issue for parents of all children, but if your child has some form of special needs, especially if it hasn't been formally identified and recognised, it can be particularly harrowing.

One poor woman was so desperate to find a school where her clearly intelligent, but incredibly dyslexic son's needs could be addressed, she bought her own. That's a bit extreme, but when she learned the school which appeared to finally understand her thirteen-year-old son was due to close at the end of the Christmas term, she followed her gut instinct and bought it.

Now Annabel Goodman is obviously reasonably well off. She has a degree in psychology and is a barrister but has no teaching experience. Her main asset is she is a mother and understands her son.

She knows the reason her first born has already changed schools nine different schools in his short life time is because the classroom environment was not set up to see how clever Jacob really was.

Whilst most people were pouring over what presents to buy for Christmas, and enjoying the New Year festivities, Annabel was deciding how to raise the funds to
buy the small school before the beginning of the following term, and how to actually run it.

Luckily, she raised the money, the three teaching staff decided to remain, as did the twelve children, and this has now increased to seventeen teachers with thirty-four children. Annabel runs it, helps out with teaching the Primary school children,
and teaches Citizenship to the older children. She still also works as a barrister.
I admire her.

I know from my experience with autism when you have even one child with some form of special needs, it affects the whole family. It is not just the child and his or her family, but siblings and grandparents too.

The school your child attends can significantly either help or hinder the situation, but sadly not all pupils with special needs will ever have them identified. Many are seen as just being disruptive, but people with dyslexia find it hard to follow instructions, read or copy from the board.

I have in the past worked as a teaching assistant and seen the problems first hand. Many children with problems like dyslexia, especially in their teenage years, lose self-confidence. Even their peers may call them "thick", "dumb" or "stupid". Often they play the fool in the classroom just to take attention away from the fact they are struggling with the written work their classmates are doing. They are perceived to be naughty, and yet most are really creative, well co-ordinated physically and have a lot of empathy for others.

However, given the correct environment, where the classes are personalised for the individuals, these dyslexic children can thrive. Clearly they are intelligent and verbally bright. Their problem is demonstrating their unique abilities in the way most school environments expect.

Dyslexia is a permanent specific learning difficulty, which affects a person's ability to deal with text, and often numbers. It affects between 4 – 8% of the population, and like autism is more prevalent in boys than girls. The rates are about 1:4 for boys and 1:10 for girls.

Unfortunately, many children go through their entire schooling never being properly diagnosed and it's no wonder there is so much trouble in many mainstream schools. One disruptive child in a classroom can seriously influence the learning experience of the rest of the students and that's another reason parents need to find the correct school for their offspring.

Education is the key to life and if a child leaves with low literacy skills his or her employment prospects could be seriously impaired. Unfortunately, these days it's usually the formal qualifications you have which gets you the first foot in the door. It doesn't matter how skilled you are, how trustworthy or reliable, the best jobs go to those who can read and write and have the qualifications to prove it.

It's a worry. Anyone know of any more schools for sale?

Jean Shaw

Are you an adult (16+) with possible undiagnosed dyslexia?

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If You Want A Positive Attitude Get Singing! Tune In To Positivity

My son is autistic and only says a few words. When he does speak it's not very clear and yet when he sings familiar songs you can understand everything he says, or rather sings. Infact I know a young man who also has autism and was taught to speak through singing. His parents sang rather than spoke to him. Luckily they both had good voices.

I know I am musically challenged and my absolute nightmare would be to sing in public. How people perform karaoke I'll never know, but there's just something about music that gets to you. It lifts your spirits and reaches deep inside. It can even change your attitude.

Sometimes, however, I just can't stop myself and have to burst into song. Certain jingles just stick in my head and I can't get rid of them. Today was like that but thankfully the neighbours were out!

I don't know whether you believe in personal development and positive thinking or not, but there are a lot of people who do. I'm one of them. The hard thing though is remaining positive. We all have those days when it seems the world is against us and sometimes it's a struggle to put on a happy face and remain optimistic.

However, it's all about attitude. If you believe in the best with an inner conviction, rather than just hope for it, then that's what will manifest. Lisa Diane, a charming, very successful lady and real motivator, is renowned for using the phrase "Your thoughts create your life". I'm not sure where it originated but certainly it's your thoughts which trigger some sort of action, and it's that action which determines the result, so she is right.

So there you go - if you don't get the result you want, it's because you were thinking the wrong thoughts in the first place. I know it sounds a bit far fetched but I recommend you either watch or read The Secret, and read about the Law of Attraction, then maybe you'll understand why things happen. You have to focus on what you want, rather than what you don't want in your life, remain positive and back up that positivity with positive affirmations.

It isn't always easy, but this tune I heard today is just brilliant as a tool to help you. It's the easiest and most fun way I know to keep you focused on whatever it is you wish for.

Go on - listen to it and I bet you'll be singing along too.

Listen for a Positive Attitude