Why You Need The Awakening Course by Dr Joe Vitale

I would like to share with you my review of a new course on the law of attraction by the renowned Dr. Joe Vitale, who had an influential speaking role in the documentary classic, “The Secret.”

Simply put – Get this course as soon as you can. It will electrify your understanding of the law of attraction, and it revolutionize your way of thinking. It is truly a liberating, refreshing course.

I must say that this is one of the most comprehensive, laser-targeted courses which trains your mind on how to effectively apply the law of attraction to it’s fullest and utmost potential. It reveals the four stages to ideal health, wealth, romance and more. Would you like to discover the missing secret for attracting wealth, health, happiness and love? Well this is the very course you need, written by one of the most sought after authors and speakers on the law of attraction.

We all know, that is, those of us who live the law of attraction, that the only way for us to conquer our problems is to transcend them. A lot of us struggle daily to successfully to use the law of attraction to attract wealth, health, healthy relationships, etc. Many of us come up short, because of the numerous distractions in life which hinder our ability to successfully apply the law of attraction and enjoy its benefits. A lot of us do not know how to escape this mindset, and just allow the law of attraction to flow its energies through us. This course teaches you exactly how to overcome these difficulties and successfully retain your positive outlook on life and enjoy your walk in the law of attraction in your daily life.

The course starts off with an excellent refresher course which then segues to “secrets” of applying advanced methods and techniques of the law of attraction which have never been told before this course. Vitale does a great job addressing the various pitfalls and unfortunate incidents in our life which keep us from applying the law of attraction, and how these advanced techniques can make these problems virtually disappear. Vitale finally leads you into the fourth and final stage of complete awakening – a place rarely ever described before.

Here’s just a sample of what you will learn in the first five presentations of “The Awakening Course”

-What it means to be awakened and why it’s so important

– How you can create your own awakened life filled with miracles

– The steps to get out of the victim mentality

– Ways to turn your fears into catalysts for success

– How to move beyond ego

– 5 steps for attracting anything or anyone into your life

– The missing secret for making the Law of Attraction work every time

– How the universe works (the real truth)

– Cleaning and clearing methods allowing miracles

– New perspectives on money, role models, and the power of your unconscious

– How to re-state complaints into positive life-changing intentions

– The role gratitude plays in attracting what you want in your life

– How to co-create with the Divine

– A rare ancient method you can use to clean blocks

– How to prepare yourself to become awakened  

And so much more. I firmly believe that this new course is absolutely essential to any follower of the law of attraction and any other person on this planet!

The video that comes with the course, “The Awakening – Live,” is a dynamic and powerful 45 minute seminar by Joe Vitale which can only be seen to believed. Just this 45 minute video alone was enough to get me saturated in this course and apply its strategies. There are a lot of things on this video which are not in the course, so it is best to take it all in.

Another guide is also included, “The Inspired Action Guide.” Here you’ll be guided through all four stages of awakening through some very intense, effective and FUN exercises guaranteed to get you to where you want to go in every area of your life — COMPLETE MIND, BODY AND SPIRITUAL TRANSFORMATION GUARANTEED.

In conclusion, there are two other bonuses which I won’t include in this review, because they deserve another review on their own – they’re actually that good.

If you’ve had trouble living and applying the law of attraction, if you want more inspiration in your walk, and if you want to improve your application of the law of attraction, it is highly recommended that you take this course and apply it immediately.

Dr. Vitale literally tears the veil which covers our eyes of understanding and teaches you how to effectively start applying these techniques within minutes. 

Las Vegas Golf Courses Designed By Golf’s Biggest Names

Just like with everything in Las Vegas, when something is done in the city that glitters, it’s done B-I-G. And golf is no different. There are around 70 courses in the area, and many of them are designed and built by the biggest names in the history of golf. Nicklaus. Palmer. Jones. Dye. Weiskopf. Miller. Casper. Fazio. Robinson. The list goes on and on, with many of the biggest names etching their handiwork in the Las Vegas golfscape more than once.

Rees Jones, who is annually on the list of the most powerful men in the game of golf, is the designer of the Harrah’s-Owned Cascata Golf Club and Rio Secco Golf Club. Cascata was once called “golf’s toughest ticket” when it opened because of its exclusivity and greatness. And Rio Secco is a gem located in the hillls above Las Vegas, and is the home of the Butch Harmon School of Golf.

Johnny Miller co-designed The Badlands Golf Club, 27-holes of desert golf intrigue, with Chi Chi Rodriguez. “For several years there … everybody wanted their golf course to be better than the guy’s next door,” Miller once told VegasGolfer Magazine. “Vegas really became a golf crazy place. Vegas is the only place I know where you find every type golf course in the world. You don’t have to go to Scotland, Hawaii or Pinehurst to play. All of those type courses are in Vegas.”

Billy Casper teamed with architect Greg Nash to design the two Las Vegas golf courses at The Revere at Anthem (Concord and Lexington) in addition to Desert Willow Golf Club and the three courses of Golf Summerlin (Highland Falls, Palm Valley and Eagle Crest).

Arnold Palmer designed the two golf courses at Angel Park (The Mountain and the Palm), in addition to the golf courses at Red Rock Country Club and the Oasis Golf Club in Mesquite.

Tom Fazio created Las Vegas golf course Shadow Creek Golf Club, the two golf courses at Primm Valley Golf Club (Lakes, Desert) and the new WYNN Las Vegas. Fazio is currently working on Rainbow Canyon at Lake Las Vegas Resort. “The Las Vegas Region has always had a tremendous allure, and the addition of so many quality golf facilities over the last 20 years has truly added another variable to its tremendous entertainment and recreation portfolio,” says Fazio, also in VegasGolfer Magazine.

Jack Nicklaus designed the private SouthShore Golf Club and the resort Reflection Bay Golf Club at Lake Las Vegas Resort, Bear’s Best Las Vegas, and is currently designing courses at the new Coyote Springs project north of Las Vegas.

Ted Robinson designed both Rhodes Ranch Golf Club and Tuscany Golf Club, two fun, friendly courses with terrific par three holes.

Perry Dye designed Desert Pines Golf Club and Royal Links Golf Club while Lee Scmidt and Brian Curley designed Bali Hai Golf Club.

Pete Dye designed the three golf courses at Las Vegas Paiute Golf Resort.

Complete and easy Las Vegas golf vacation plans can be made by visiting http://www.GolfLasVegasNow.com, and you can also gain access to Las Vegas golf packages and Las Vegas golf tee times, and click easily to the official golf course websites of several Las Vegas golf courses.

Golf Course Types by Ownership

One of the things that a newcomer to the World of golf would probably like to know is what the difference is between different types of golf course. This question is more complicated than you may first imagine as there are really three different ways to express what category a particular golf course fits into.

The first is by setting and categories a course by whether it is set in heathland, woodland or by the ocean etc. The second type is by length, where the course is categorized essentially by the length of time it takes to play a round, so these types will be pitch & putt, full length or executive, so called because executives may not have time to play a round on a full length course of 18 holes. Most executive courses are only 9 holes.

In this article though we are going to look at how golf courses can be categorized by ownership. The above two types of categorization allow you to know what to expect when you turn up to play. However, this third type of categorization determines whether or not you will be allowed access to the course at all.

The following is not an exhaustive list of course types but these are the most popular types of course that you might come across.

Private Golf Courses are courses which are owned by a golf club and they only allow play by members of the club. If you aren’t a member of the club then you can’t play, unless of course you are lucky enough to be invited to play by someone who is already a member.

Public Golf Courses can be courses owned by private organizations or individuals or by other organizations such as local businesses. The key here is that the owner charges a fee for playing. Essentially this means that the course is open to be played by anyone who can afford to pay the fee.

Courses also exist which are essentially a combination of the above two. Club members can play at any time. The public are allowed to play but usually only on specific days of the week, or times of day.

Municipal golf course are owned by the local government. They operate like public golf courses but the money paid for the green fees goes to the them as opposed to a private individual or company.

Some residential areas have their own golf course which is designed to be played by the local residents only. They tend to be run by the community itself and as such are not open to the public.

Finally there is the resort golf course. Resort golf courses are owned and operated by a holiday resort or a hotel chain for the pleasure of their guests. Play may not be restricted to resort guests however, and so you may find some resort courses are open to the public in return for a fee.