Welcome To My Blog. I want to have a place of our own where we can work and train together. This is it! I will still post to facebook and twitter and this summer look for some great stuff on rogue but this is our special place to work together. I want to create a place for you, for us. We are a family and TOGETHER WE ARE STRONG.


A group of ladies met for lunch in N.Y. at the new Aureole restaurant. Let me give you a hint of how the day progressed; give Laura Day a martini, she is a lightweight when it comes to liquor, and table talk turns from what we know to what she “sees”. Early evening glided in and few of us remained. We moved to the bar, shifting space as elegant, resilant and emboldened remnants from our boisterous and engaging ladies lunch that afternoon. Involved women who simply hadn’t had enough of each other’s humor, experience or advice; continuing the celebration until the restaurant had to set up for dinner. As we were thinking about leaving the talk turned to Europe, a place we all had strong family and emotinal roots. I mentioned that I was heavily invested in the Euro and Laura said, “I would go home and sell that right now”. Sure enough, 36 hours later, the Euro went down sharply, I however, no longer owned any.
The moral of this story. Give Laura Day a cocktail and what gems are revealed may save you a bundle.
Barbara Lazaroff

Hello Laura,

I wouldn’t miss your California visit for anything. Since losing my husband suddenly a year ago, I’ve decided to “float” and thanks to the timing of your books in my life and the clarity I am gaining, I am happier than ever (and KNOW that my husband is here and smiling, guiding me along). Of all my concerned family and friends, none can comprehend my confidence and serenity, and how life is “going my way” more with each passing day. You came into my life at the perfect time (of course) and I am working on paying my learnings forward.

I can’t thank you enough. I will consider it an honor to be in the same room with you at the Bodhi Tree.



2-1-1 is an easy to remember telephone number that, where available, connects people with important community services and volunteer opportunities.


Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.


The Center for Coping.  The Center for Coping’s mission is to help you cope with the difficulties of everyday life: medical problems, stress, depression, anxiety, bereavement, family or relationship issues, and other problems.


InstantListener˙ is a web site community of anonymous people, from the USA, Canada and beyond. People from everywhere access the InstantListener Community as a resource to find other anonymous people to talk to.  Fees.


The National Mental Health Association (NMHA) is the country’s oldest and largest nonprofit organization addressing all aspects of mental health and mental illness.


Psych Central provides reliable and professionally-reviewed resources.

The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline’s mission is to provide immediate assistance to individuals in suicidal crisis by connecting them to the nearest available suicide prevention and mental health service provider through a toll-free telephone number: 1-800-273-TALK (8255).


Teen Moods is a support community for teens with depression.

Using the Internet to Find Resources, Support Groups, and Other Help
No matter what crisis you, a friend, or a loved one are experiencing, you can be sure that many others have worked through, or are currently working through, the same issues.

To find groups or organizations dedicated to helping individuals work through specific crises, use Google or your favorite search engine.  Finding the right search terms sometimes involves trial and error: if your search terms are too specific, you might get too few hits; if your search terms are too general, you might get too many.

Here are some general pointers:

  • Start with a half-dozen specific search terms.  If you get too few hits, begin deleting terms from your list or making the terms more general.
  • Excellent crisis-related search terms to consider include the following: community, coping, group, health, help, information, network, people, program, provide, services, and support.  Other useful terms are access, agency, anonymous, assistance, available, care, confidential, counseling, crisis, encourage, families, hotline, individuals, members, mission, organization, problem, recovery, resources, service, staff, treatment, and victims.  Not all of these terms will apply to every situation, of course, so use whichever few seem relevant.
  • If you’re looking for a precise phrase, put the entire phrase in quotes (for example, “flood relief”) to limit your hits to those web pages that include that specific phrase.
  • The web pages returned by a search engine do not necessarily include all the search terms you listed.  If you want a specific word or phrase to appear in all the hits, put a plus sign (+) before that search term.
  • If you’re looking for a local organization, you include your area code among the search terms.  If you can’t find a local organization, ask a national or regional organization for the nearest chapter.

We are currently collecting success stories that illustrate either creating your New Reality using The Circle or overcoming a crisis in your life using the information contained in Welcome to Your Crisis.

If you have a story you would like to share, please email Laura.

Thank you so much for the beautiful gift of the circle. I would like to share my success story using the circle. I suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome which makes it difficult to conceive. My husband and I struggled with infertility. During this time I was on a downward spiral and could barely cope with life as was my obsession with getting pregnant. I then happen to find the circle. Amazingly I was watching an episode of Friends, and Monica (Courtney Cox) was sat in the coffee shop holding a book during one of the dialogues. I looked at the book and it was titled “intuition in love” so I looked up the book and that’s when I came to know of Laura Day. The only book my local bookstore carried of yours was the Circle so I went with that. The excitement and hope that I found in reading your book was unparallel to anything I had ever felt. My focus changed from thoughts of not being able to get pregnant to trusting my body’s ability to bear a child. I went out and bought two baby books that I created a ritual of each night reading to my baby. Each morning I took a prenatal pills in anticipation for my pregnancy and I would imagine the pill dissolving into my bloodstream and preparing my body for growing a child. I went out and bought a copy of the book “What to expect when you are expecting”, after all I needed to know what was going to happen and what to do when I was pregnant. Inside the cover of the book I wrote the date April 29th, 2008. I had decided this was the day I was going to give birth. (It was June 2007 at this time). My entire being changed focus from not having a child to what life would be when the child did arrive. I practiced my meditation each night. I had planned to start fertility medication September 2007. My prescription was already filled. However, on August 18th I got a positive pregnancy result. My beautiful healthy son was born on April 24, 2008. He is the joy of our life and I cannot thank you enough for helping me learn how to create this reality for myself.

Warmest regards,
– F

I just wanted to thank you sooo much for that workshop. I have been really struggling through a difficult year (divorce, sister fighting cancer, suicide of a friend), but signing up for your workshop was the first thing I’ve done in ages that was just for me, and I’m so glad I did! There were so many things that resonated with me. Almost immediately after the weekend, I noticed that I suddenly seemed to understand why people do the things they do. It’s like I’ve always had the wisdom and knowledge inside me, I just didn’t know how to isolate it from all that other “mind noise” so I could hear it clearly. Now I feel so much more at peace, and not so sideswiped or perplexed by other people’s actions. And I’m already using it in my job — I can walk into a meeting and “get” people’s motivations right away; I just “know” what’s going on with them and I don’t second guess myself anymore. I’m hoping to make it to NY in February because I really want to learn more! – JR

Hi Laura,

Here is an example of one of your lesson’s about telepathy in action:

Your Lesson: If one of your family members went out shopping for you, and you forgot to tell them to get some milk, send them a positive image of purchasing milk at the store.

What Happened: I was in Las Vegas with a friend and he lost his cell phone in one of two places. He went off to a casino down the street to look for it while I went to look for it at a food court. I found the cell phone at the food court and then waited for him come back. I had a feeling when he did not find the phone at the casino he would then trudge through the other casinos we had been to that night. It was late and I did not want to wait for him that long. I sent him a feeling of happiness and elation that his cell phone was found. When he came back, I told him I sent him a vibe and I wanted to know if he noticed anything. He said he decided to look in some more casinos when he did not find his phone at the first casino, but then happy thoughts filled his head. He remembered some good times he had with me when we were in high school, and the memories were so good, he felt he should come back and see if I had found his phone.

Thanks for the great lesson!
– P


I am writing to you to say thank you. You don’t know me, my situation, my sister or why the heck a complete stranger is saying thank you. Let me explain. My sister was diagnosed 6 weeks ago with a rare stomach cancer. The cancer is quick spreading, aggressive and for most terminal. She is 43, mother of 2 beautiful children, an amazing and loving wife, the best sister and friend anyone could ask for and my hero. When she found out, she was devastated, as anyone who knew her was. She was for the first time not seeing that there was a future. She had accepted the end and in her true form began to make the arrangements that needed to be made to ensure the lives of her family would run smoothly without her. I begged her to not give up. One day she called, she was a new person. Hope, fight, determination and a strength that I had not heard for a long time. She told me she saw a woman on tv, Laura Day, and she read a book she spoke of. She said that it changed her whole perspective and realized now she has a chance. She has a good chance and she is going to fight with everything she has got. I don’t know what this will mean to you, but it means the world to me. They say you never know what will give you strength, you did that day. So, with that, I say thank you, from everyone who knows and loves my sister. – JM

Dear Laura,

Thank you for helping me! Whenever I get stalled I’ll open up Welcome To Your Crisis to gain perspective. I do the anxiety meditation online nearly daily because immediately afterwards it generates positive change in my life, I’ll usually get a phone call from someone or think of a different way around a problem and it keeps my house clean 🙂

Sending you love and success on your book tour!
– Z