The vibes that count

A TWEED Heads resident is looking to establish group discussions on the laws of attraction after delivering her three-step formula for “deliberate attraction” yesterday.

Suzie Cheel, a certified law-of- attraction facilitator, gave a free seminar to 25 people at Tweed Heads Library on how people can attract more of what they want and less of what they do not want.

“Not many people know that it's a straightforward action to change their lives and the things they attract to their lives,” Ms Cheel told the audience.

“Everyone sends off vibes. You can feel it sometimes when people enter a room.”

She said people give off two types of vibes - positive and negative.

“Everyone sends out these signals and it's what attracts things to us,” she said.

Ms Cheel uses a three-step formula for deliberate attraction, which is to identify desire, give the desire attention and allow it by removing doubt and negative vibrations.

She also told the audience to rid the words “don't”, “not” and “no” from their vocabulary.

“You don't always get what you want, but you always get what your vibes emit,” she said.

Banora Point resident Melinda Cheu, 21, attended the free seminar but expected more.

“I thought there would be more on the laws of attraction. I got a few tools from it, but I expected to learn about some of the tools,” Ms Cheu said.

• ANYONE interested in joining Ms Cheel's discussion group can email her at suziecheel@gmail.com.



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