Author Archives: Pamela

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Soul Connection Quests

Soul Connection Quests

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On your Soul Connection quest is a formula to manifest your desires.

The most fulfilling gift to give yourself is the re-connection to your soul. As you answer the call from your inner nudges, you attune to your passion and purpose. This is where life’s magic manifests.

Enter your info to receive a first piece to the puzzle, choosing wealthy words over weak words, for free now.

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Practice the Right Action

7 Steps to Raise Your Abundance

Category : Abundance , Inspired Action

  1. Awareness
    With any new Tune in to yourself throughout the day and ask yourself questions.
    When you feel emotional or a dip in energy, notice what you just thought and how it made you feel.
    Ask “How am I feeling? What was I thinking about?”
    The thought ignites the emotion.
    Another great question is “What must I believe about myself to think / feel this?”
  2.  “Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” ― Bill GatesDesire
    What do you most desire today? This year? Ten years from now?
    As Bill Gates said, “Most people over-estimate what they will do in one year yet under-estimate what they will do in ten years.” Why do you want to do it? I take clients through a 7 level Why sequence. Keep digging until you know WHY you truly want it.
    Set your intention using an I AM statement.Two of my examples:
    I choose who I AM today, and I choose to feel worthy.
    I AM an amazing coach who helps people breakthrough from feeling unworthy to feeling wealthy.
  3. Action
    What inspired action do you need to take to BE who you want to become?
    We’ve reversed the order to manifest our desires. Who must we BE to DO what we want to HAVE?
    Setting goals the SMART way is not effective. In the book, “The Code of the Extraordinary Mind” Vishen Lakhiani teaches the importance of identifying “End” Goals rather than “Means” Goals.  So often, our goals are simply a means to an end not the ultimate end result you want to achieve.
    What qualities do you need to be who you want to become? What action do you need to take? In the end, what do you want to achieve.
  4. ForgivenessForgiveness
    This is a huge part in the healing journey. When we blame, criticize, hate, or feel resentment towards our self or another person we reflect this out to the world.
  5. Vibration
    The vibration we put out is exactly what we attract back to us.
    What do you WANT to attract to you? Many people are focused on what they don’t want not realizing they only invite more of that into their life.  Be clear about your intention!
  6. Reflection
    A valuable tool to use throughout the process to raise your abundance is to journal.
    At night while we sleep we are purely in our spiritual world. What I like to do as I wake up is to remain in that energy for as long as possible. I begin my gratitude mantra. I am grateful for a restful night sleep…a comfortable bed and pillow, for my dreams, that I’ve woken up to a brand new day.  Once I am fully awake, I set my intention for the day and jot it into my Intention Journal.

    At the end of the day you can reflect on how your day went, what action you took, and any thoughts or ideas you want to record.

  7. Practice. Practice. Practice. Then Repeat.
    The only way to get good at anything is practice.
    Practice being present.
    Practice visualizing your desire.
    Practice taking inspired action.
    Practice forgiveness.
    Practice intentionally raising your vibration.
    Practice daily reflection.

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Becoming a Speaker

Category : Abundance

Everyone has a story to tell. When I started to write about mine, I knew I needed to share it once I realized the vast number of people who felt not enough. Not lovable enough. Not smart enough. Not worthy enough. Not good enough to fulfill the dreams that called to them. Luckily U was able to get clear on how to help others ignite their abundance and wealth.

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Many people seek a fulfilled and abundant life yet so few feel worthy enough to explore the opportunity to achieve wealth.

I’m Pamela Lynch, a wealth igniter, and I coach individuals to get to the root that is masking their abundance. I see the potential they have to generate wealth, and help them create a dream come true life.

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Lost Legends 2016

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January 2016

David Bowie10 – David Bowie, English singer, songwriter and actor, died aged 69.
14 – Alan Rickman, English Actor, died aged 69.
18 – Glenn Frey, US singer, songwriter and actor, Founder of the Eagles, died aged 67.
26 – Abe Vigoda, Actor, “The Godfather” and Detective Fish “Barney Miller,” died aged 94.

Glenn Frey, The Eagles

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – MARCH 02: Glenn Frey of The Eagles performs live for fans at Qantas Credit Union Arena on March 2, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Don Arnold/WireImage)

31 – Sir Terry Wogan, Broadcaster, died aged 77.




February 2016
George Kennedy3 – Maurice White, Singer/Founder of Earth, Wind & Fire, died aged 74.
13 – Antonin Scalia, Supreme Court Justice, died aged 79.
19 – Harper Lee, author “To Kill a Mockingbird,” died aged 89.
28 – George Kennedy, Actor “Cool Hand Luke,” “Airport” and “Naked Gun,” died aged 91.
28 – Frank Kelly, Actor, Father Jack in the comedy series Father Ted, died aged 78.

March 2016
1  – Tony Warren, Coronation Street creator, died aged 79.
6 – Nancy Reagan, actress and former first lady of the United States, died aged 94.
8 – George Martin,  British Beatles producer, died aged 90.
9 – Jon English, Australian singer, songwriter, musician and actor, died aged 66
11 – Keith Emerson,  founder and keyboardist, Emerson, Lake and Palmer, died aged 71.
17 – Paul Daniels, English magician and television presenter, died aged 77.
22 – Malik Taylor, Rapper with A Tribe Called Quest known as Phife Dawg, died aged 45.
22- Rob Ford, Scandalous ex-Toronto mayor, died aged 46.
Patty Duke23 – Joe Garagiola, baseball catcher and colourful TV announcer, died aged 90.
24 – Garry Shandling, (November 29, 1949 – March 24, 2016), American stand-up comedian/actor/writer, died aged 66.
29 – Patty Duke, American Actress and an Activist for Mental Health, died aged 69.
31 – Ronnie Corbett, British comedian and actor (The Two Ronnies), died aged 85.
31 – Denise Robertson, This Morning agony aunt, died aged 83.
31 – Douglas Wilmer, Sherlock Holmes actor. died aged 96.

April 2016


6 – Merle Haggard, US country singer-songwriter and music outlaw, died aged 79.
10 – Howard Marks, Drugs campaigner, known as Mr Nice, died aged 70.
12 – David Gest, Reality TV star and music producer, died aged 62.
12 – Sir Arnold Wesker, British playwright, died aged 83.
17 – Doris Roberts, Actress, five-time Emmy-winner best known as the grandmother on TV’s “Everybody Loves Raymond,” died aged 90.
20 – Victoria Wood, Comedian, died aged 62.
21 – Prince, Superstar singer and US rock musician, died age 57.

May 2016
19 – Morley Safer, Globetrotting CBS journalist, 900+ reports for “60 Minutes,” died aged 84.
31 – Carla Lane, Television writer known for The Liver Birds and Bless This House, died aged 87.

June 2016
Muhammad Ali - Float like a butterfly3 – Muhammad Ali, Boxing champion, Olympic gold medalist, died aged 74.
10 – Gordie Howe, the 23-time NHL All-Star known as Mr. Hockey, died aged 88.
17 – Attrell Cordes, aka Prince Be of the ’90s R&B duo P.M. Dawn, died aged 46.
19 – Anton Yelchin, actor in Star Trek, died aged 27.
28 – Pat Summitt, Coach, U of Tennessee’s Lady Volunteers, died aged 64.

July 2016
2 – Elie Wiesel, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize winner, died aged 87.
2 – Caroline Aherne, Comedian, Royle Family actress and writer died aged 52.
19 – Garry Marshall, US writer/director Pretty Woman, Happy Days, died aged 81.
29 – Ken Barrie, the voice of Postman Pat, died aged 83.

August 2016
10 – John Saunders, ESPN broadcast, died aged 61.
13 – Kenny Baker, Actor, played droid R2D2 in six Star Wars films, died aged 81.
16 – John McLaughlin, political commentator and host of TV’s “The McLaughlin Group,” died aged 89.
29 – Gene Wilder, US Actor, Producer, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory, died aged 83.

September 2016
5 – Phyllis Schlafly, Activist, died aged 92.
16 – Edward Albee, playwright who penned “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” died aged 88.
25 – Arnold Palmer, the gentleman golfer hailed as the King, died aged 87.
25 – Jose Fernandez, Cuban-born American professional baseball pitcher for Miami Marlins, died aged 24.
28 – Max Walker, Australian Test cricketer/commentator, died aged 68.
28 – Shimon Peres, Former Israeli president, died aged 93.

October 2016
7 – Ross Higgins, Australian TV actor, comedian and voice actor, died aged 85.
14 – Jean Alexander, actress, played Hilda Ogden on Coronation Street, died aged 90.
21 – Raine Spencer, the stepmother of Diana, Princess of Wales, died aged 87.
21 – Richard Nicoll, London-born fashion designer, died aged 39.
23 – Pete Burns, Singer, songwriter and television personality, founded British pop band Dead or Alive, died aged 57.
23 – Jimmy Perry, screenwriter known for shows including Dad’s Army and It Ain’t Half Hot Mum, died aged 93.
23 – Tom Hayden, the 1960s radical who was once married to Jane Fonda, died aged 76.

November 2016

Leonard Cohen7 – Leonard Cohen, Canadian singer, songwriter and poet, who penned the classic song Hallelujah, died aged 82.
7 – Janet Reno, the first woman to serve as U.S. attorney general, died aged 78.
7 – Sir Jimmy Young, BBC radio host, died aged 95.
11 – Robert Vaughn, US actor best known for The Man from U.N.C.L.E, died aged 83.
14 – Gwen Ifill, Pioneering Journalist/Co-anchor “The PBS NewsHour”, died aged 61.
18 – Sharon Lafaye Jones, American soul and lead singer, Sharon Jones and the Dap Kingslead, died aged 60.
22 – Craig Gill, Musician/drummer Manchester band Inspiral Carpets, died aged 44.
23 – Andrew Sachs, British Actor (Manuel 1970s sitcom Fawlty Towers) died aged 86.
24 – Florence Henderson, US actress, best known as Carol Brady on the Brady Bunch, died aged 82.
25 – Ron Glass, Actor best known for his role in the TV sitcom “Barney Miller,” died aged 71.
30 – Keo Woolford, Actor, West End, The King And I, and the television remake of Hawaii Five-O, died aged 49.

December 2016

George Michael6 – Peter Vaughan, who starred in Game of Thrones and Porridge, died aged 93.
7 – Greg Lake, founding member of King Crimson, and Emerson, Lake & Palmer, died aged 69.
8 – John Glenn, U.S Astronaut, a decorated Korean War fighter pilot and U.S. senator for 24 years, died aged 95.
10 – AA Gill, Restaurant critic, died aged 62.
13 – Alan Thicke, Canadian Actor, Growing Pains actor, died aged 69.
15 – Craig Sager, the NBA sideline reporter, died aged 65.
17 – Henry Heimlich, Surgeon, created the anti-choking technique, died aged 96.
18 – Zsa Zsa Gabor, Hungarian-American actress and socialite, died aged 99.
24 – Rick Parfitt, Status Quo singer/guitarist, died aged 68.
25 – George Michael, British pop superstar, died aged 53.
Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds27 – Carrie Fisher, American actress, screenwriter, author, producer, and speaker, died aged 60.
28 – Debbie Reynolds, an American actress, singer, businesswoman, film historian, and humanitarian, died aged 84.