Modern Alchemy: Creating Desired Change In Your Life


Hello, dear reader!

What is the point of this site, Alpha Alchemy?

In late 2011 I began learning about metaphysics, and I was blown away. What do I mean by the word “metaphysics”? By the word “metaphysics,” I am referring to the principles and laws that the Universe behaves under. And when I say “Universe,” I am not talking about space, planets, and the Sun. I am talking about life. I am talking about the day to day experience in a human body on planet Earth that we call “life.” At the time, I was blown away by the idea that my own life was directly influenced and determined by my thoughts, emotions, and behavior.

Fascinated by the profundity of the idea that I create my own reality through what I think, feel, and do, I began to research and study metaphysics aggressively. In 2012, I started this blog. On Alpha Alchemy, I have posted some of the best findings in my personal research to create desired change in my life.

Since I started studying metaphysics and applying the principles to myself, things have continuously improved. There have been ups and downs, but the general trend has been one of improvement…improvement that I specifically chose. My hope and intention is that the information on this blog will help you to change your self and your life into those that your heart truly desires.

Why the name Alpha Alchemy?

At the time I started this blog, I was practicing the Silva Method, which teaches you to consciously change your brain frequency to the Alpha level (the brain is in the Beta frequency for the majority of people, the majority of their time awake). I had incredible successes and results with the Silva Method. That’s where the word Alpha came from.

Since the purpose of the blog was to give information that can be applied to create desired change, the word Alchemy was perfect. Alchemy is a word that is used to describe the science of changing something from one form into another form; transformation.

What I have learned so far:

So far I have learned a lot. I have learned a lot about metaphysics, the Law of Attraction, personal development, relationships, communication, money, economics, investing, occult, Jesus Christ, the Buddha, secret societies, conspiracies, energy, health, feng shui, esoteric things, tarot, ghosts, demons, aliens, angels, yoga, channelling, channellers, past lives, and then some.

I have learned that there are 3 keys to creating desired change in your life:

  1. Intentional studying.
  2. Developing a supportive mindset.
  3. Taking action.

1. What is intentional studying?

Intentional studying is studying, with intent. (Duh.) I have learned that to create desired change, the study of two specific things would be highly beneficial:

  • metaphysics, and
  • the specialized knowledge that pertains to your desires.

I suggest studying metaphysics because by understanding HOW your thoughts, feelings, and actions manifest the results you get in your life, you can better understand your current results, and by understanding your self and your results you can make more efficient changes to your self to more easily create the changes you desire.

Specialized knowledge is knowledge that specifically pertains to whatever it is that you want to be, do, or have in life. For example, if you want to improve your health, you would study nutrition, fitness, different ways of exercising, etc. If you want to improve your relationships, you would study psychology or communication. If you want to attract a mate, you would study dating, attraction, seduction, or relationship-related personal development. If you want to manifest more money, you would study money, wealth, abundance, prosperity, investing. If you want to create more success in general, you would study success, personal development, and self help. So the question then becomes: what specialized knowledge would help you create the change you desire?

2. How do you develop your mindset?

In developing your mindset, you want to learn about:

  • Beliefs and changing them
  • Emotions and changing them
  • Habits and changing them

These things subconsciously drive your behavior. In developing your mindset, you want to learn to have conscious design and control of what you believe, how you feel moment to moment, and your habits. These things are the ways that you send out vibrations, and you will get results that directly reflect the vibrations you are sending out.

3. Take action.

This is the tricky one. Taking action is something many people will not do. They will be held back, held down by their own fear, by their own guilt, or by their own shame.

This is exactly why you must work on your mindset. You would benefit greatly from the study of emotional healing, emotional releasing, and emotional clearing. Non-supportive emotions from your past may be holding you back from taking the necessary actions that will produce the results you want in your life.

Action is the bridge between what you desire and it showing up in your life. By constantly studying metaphysics, constantly studying specialized knowledge about what you want, and constantly developing your mindset, your actions will constantly become more efficient, and will constantly produce better and better results.

The future:

Right now (July 2014) some incredible opportunities are manifesting in my life. These opportunities are a direct result of doing the 3 things mentioned above. The help of mentors and like-minded friends served to fuel my momentum (big hint), like a mushroom that makes Super Mario bigger and more powerful.

With these amazing opportunities, my time has become increasingly valuable, and I will not be posting regularly as I have been up until now.

If you would like to stay connected, follow me on social media. I am consistently active on social media, and I will continue to share the gold nuggets of information that I encounter. This blog has accounts on Twitter and Instagram.

If you do not have social media accounts or a smart phone that supports social media applications, you can simply return here, to this post, and click on these Twitter and Instagram links to see all posts on that account. To make it really easy for yourself, bookmark this page.

Suggested resources:

Besides the posts on this website, there are a number of specific resources that I would recommend as my personal favorites.

Law of Attraction:



Relationships and Communication:


Thank you for reading. Thank you for deciding to invest in yourself. Your decision to improve your self and your life will give benefits to people and things far beyond you.





The Secret – Full Movie



I stumbled across this full version of The Secret on Twitter.

The Secret was one of my first introductions to the Law of Attraction.

While this is not a complete or comprehensive work on HOW to use the Law of Attraction, it is a great intro nonetheless. If you would like more info on HOW to use the Law of Attraction, I highly suggest Rhonda Byrne’s second and third books: The Power and The Magic.

I do not know how long it will be up, so watch and enjoy it while you can!



Source: The Secret

Clutter – Blocking the Home’s Life Blood



In my learning about Feng Shui from my mentor and my own independent studies, there is one universal idea that repeatedly seems to come up first:

Clear out clutter.

Why does this particular idea repeatedly come up FIRST?

In this excerpt from Spirit of the Home, Jane Alexander explains why and how clutter needs to be cleared if someone wants to have better results in their life.


“You may be attached to your clutter or you may loathe it but, whatever your attitude, you need to clear it. You’ve heard this before; you’ve read it in a host of magazine articles and in every book on feng shui. So why this war on mess? Surely we don’t want our homes to become impersonal, empty wildernesses? Well of course not. But there is a world of difference between a home which reflects its owner’s personality in carefully chosen objects, magazines and books and one which is so jam-packed with stuff that your mind reels.

First and foremost, it is very hard to feel relaxed and comfortable in a home which is messy. On a physical level, clutter attracts dust which makes many people sneeze or have other allergic reactions. On a psychological level, clutter irritates the mind; it reminds us of things which need doing, fixing, finishing, starting even. Clare Cooper Marcus points out that when our home environment gets ‘out of control’ we feel disordered in ourselves:

Who hasn’t had the experience of tidying a cluttered desk and subsequently feeling more able to think straight? Or of cleaning out stuff from an attic or storeroom and feeling a great sense of accomplishment, or perhaps a feeling of being more in control?

I couldn’t agree more. I find I become depressed and overwhelmed when my study becomes messy and disordered. An hour or two’s ordering and a clear, clean desk makes my whole spirit feel lighter and work progresses as if by magic. International space clearer Karen Kingston puts it this way:

If you have a pile of papers in your room your energy automatically dips because you know it needs attention…every time you walk into your home and there are things that need repairing, letters that need answering, junk that needs clearing, your energy can’t flow internally because of what is happening externally.

Clutter – Blocking the Home’s Life Blood

Mess and clutter don’t just affect us, however, they also affect the homes we live in. In the dictionary you discover that clutter means confusion, a confused heap, turmoil, din. It is also a variant of ‘clotter’ which means to run into clots. Imagine your home as a body. In our bodies, blood runs through our arteries, veins and capillaries. If, for any reason (smoking, bad diet, too little exercise etc.), these blood vessels become furred and thick-walled, the blood cannot pump effectively through the body. If the blockage becomes too extreme, the blood cannot squeeze through. Sluggish blood flow is one of the major causes of blood clots which, in turn, can lead to heart attacks or strokes. In a house the equivalent to life blood is energy, or chi. If the energy in your house cannot circulate easily, it becomes stagnant and sluggish, just like the blood. Nothing affects this subtle energy as much as a pile of rubbish or unfinished business. So imagine that all those piles of papers and books, the broken tennis rackets and fishing nets, the drawers stuffed with old clothes are clogging up the arteries of your house. The solution suddenly becomes really obvious: clear them out.


Source: Spirit of the Home by Jane Alexander

The Truth About the US Dollar – aka The PetroDollar



What is the US Dollar?

Is it money?

What is its value?

Why is it ubiquitously present in every area of our lives?

What is its history? What is its current situation? What is its future?

Now I must admit right off the bat that I am an incredibly enthusiastic student of today’s information source, FTM Daily. I have been a regular listener of their podcast for months. I have read their book. And since June 2014 I have been a paid member for this company’s incredible service.

This video covers a topic that is rather esoteric, and yet very very real. This topic is directly connected with every single area of our lives. It is directly connected to all the little luxuries and pleasures we enjoy day in and day out. It is connected to all the things we need to survive and live comfortably. I first learned about this topic sometime last year, from this exact company. And since I learned it, my curiosity to know more has continued to grow in time.

What is this topic? The truth about the US Dollar.



Listen as Follow the Money Weekly Radio show host, Jerry Robinson, explains the shocking truth about the coming collapse of the U.S. Dollar. In this video, Jerry Robinson explains the Petrodollar System and how it’s collapse will destroy the dollar through hyperinflation.

Jerry Robinson is a popular economist and best-selling author of the book “Bankruptcy of our Nation.”


Source: FTM Daily

Are Lukewarm Relationships Good or Bad?



Relationships account for SO MUCH of our general happiness.

In this article from Teamworks blog, we learn a basic model of bonds (or relationships) that has three types: strong, neutral, and weak.

Whether we realize it or not, we all have a bond with every single person we interact with on a regular basis.

Our neutral relationships have hidden potential to become weak or strong. Transforming neutral relationships into strong ones can serve to benefit the entire team connected to the duo.

Read on to learn how “strong duos have a positive effect on the entire team.”



How lukewarm duos can get you into hot water

Here’s a quick quiz. Think about your relationship with each person on your team, and note whether any of them match the following description:

  • Your conversations are cordial and generally stay on the surface.

  • You only really interact when the work requires it.

  • There’s very little friction but also no real connection.

Sound familiar? Then you likely have a lukewarm bond with someone at work, or what we call a “neutral duo.” A duo, by the way, is simply you plus another person. You’re in a duo with each person on your team, whether you think of it that way or not.

And, odds are, you’re not thinking much about this neutral duo. There’s nothing overtly problematic about the relationship, so you don’t see it as a liability. And because there’s no deep connection, you don’t see it as an asset. But weak bonds like this have hidden pitfalls — and also hidden potential.

To put this in context, consider the three main types of duos: Strong, broken, and neutral. It helps to think of all three in terms of basic equations.

Strong duos have deep reserves of mutual trust and understanding. When there’s friction, it’s productive. You bring out the best in each other — and accomplish far more together than you do alone. It feels like 1+ 1 = 3.

Broken duos are characterized by a lack of trust. You both feel misunderstood or unappreciated by the other. You tend to work at cross-purposes, and the relationship drains you each of time and energy. It’s like 1+ 1 = 0.

Neutral duos are neither strong nor broken. The bond is just kind of weak. There’s no negative effect — but also no added value. It feels pretty much like 1 + 1 = 2. For now.

Here’s the thing: Neutral duos can easily be broken or boosted. And that’s why it’s a mistake to take them for granted.

A weak bond is fine so long as the pressure’s off. But when the team hits a wall or something goes wrong, there’s no bank account of trust to draw from and no deep understanding to trigger empathy. That can lead to misinterpretation, frustration, and even outright acrimony.

With a neutral duo, it might also feel as if there’s less at stake. There’s a reduced sense of personal investment, because you haven’t yet put care or work into the relationship. So, if things take a wrong turn, it makes it easier to shrug your shoulders and write the person off. And even when things aren’t going poorly, neutral duos suppress the overall energy of the team. They make the work feel more transactional.

But even more important than the hidden risk is the hidden potential. With a little extra effort, a neutral duo can become a strong one. And strong duos have a positive effect on the entire team. They not only get more done, they get it done more easily. They have a shorthand that expedites collaboration and a shared sense of purpose that drives the work forward. They boost each other’s confidence and optimism — thus elevating the belief of those around them.

A neutral duo is really just a strong duo that hasn’t yet been activated.

So, what does it take to turn “1+1=2″ into “1+1=3″? Honestly, it all comes down to a little curiosity and the desire to make a human connection. Presume the other half of your duo is interesting, and try to find the parts that interest you. Grab lunch or coffee together. Book some 1:1 meetings. Make time for casual banter. Fill in the gaps of knowledge about your respective backgrounds, interests, passions, and pet peeves. Consider what you have to learn and what you have to offer.

And begin making deposits in your trust bank account before you need to take out a loan. The more you signal faith in people, the more they live up to that expectation. If you start acting like you’re in a strong duo, pretty soon you will be in one.


Source: Teamworks blog

10 Clean Eating Tips – Do’s and Don’ts



Health is wealth. Eating clean is one of the absolute KEYs to BEING healthy, to LIVING a healthy life. It’s much more than just having a smoking hot body. It’s about feeling great, feeling energized, healing from illness and injury quickly, it’s about having a body that feels and looks as good as you want it to.

The term “eating clean” or “clean eating” can be vague, especially if you are not familiar with nutrition.

This article from is a nice little primer for some basic concepts behind “eating clean.”

Here’s to your health and happiness.


Eating Clean is Easier Than You Think


When it comes to dieting, lose the fads. The single most effective way to lose weight and maintain health is by making lasting lifestyle changes. Clean eating is a lifestyle that puts the boot to processed, packaged foods dripping with salt, sodium, and unpronounceable ingredients. It focuses instead on natural, nutrient-packed foods that let your body run the way it’s supposed to. Change how you look and feel with our clean eating tips.

  1. Do eat four to six small meals a day. Smaller, more frequent meals will keep your blood sugar levels stable and will increase your metabolism. And, because the meals keep the tummy satisfied throughout the day, you’re less likely to turn into a pantry-raiding snack monster.
  2. Don’t skip breakfast. Never. Ever. Your morning meal establishes healthy metabolism throughout day. What’s more, if you skip it, you’ll likely find yourself consuming larger quantities of food at later meals. For healthy breakfast ideas, try the Skinny Ms. e-Book 7 Power Breakfasts.
  3. Do drink. Water, that is. Drink at least four to six glasses of H2O every day to keep the body hydrated. Water also helps the stomach feel full, making you less likely to give in to unhealthy snack attacks. For a refreshing twist on this go-to drink, try Morning Lemon & Mint Water.
  4. Don’t drink too much alcohol. Whether it’s wine or beer, alcohol offers only empty calories and no nutritional value. If you’re going to enjoy alcohol, save it for special occasions.
  5. Do keep clean eating snacks on hand. Whether the day is filled with the kids’ sports events or running errands for an elderly parent, it’s easy to give in to the bad snack temptation. Stay on your clean eating track by packing up healthy snacks in advance. Find easy ideas in 15 Grab-n-Go Snacks.
  6. Don’t sabotage yourself with sugar. Excess sugar is linked to a higher risk of obesity, high blood pressure, and inflammation. Packaged and processed foods often flood the body with unneeded sugar. Even a product that sounds healthy, like store-bought applesauce, often contains too much refined sugar. Instead, satisfy a sweet tooth with natural sugars, like those found in a whole apple.
  7. Do get very veggie. Vegetables deliver nutrients, antioxidants, and fiber. Load up on veggies with these 6 Meatless Meals. They’re simple, healthy recipes that are perfect for busy nights.
  8. Don’t serve super-sized portions. Even if you’re eating a clean diet, it will be hard to lose weight eating portions fit for a sumo champ. Check out Learning How to Control Your Portions and the Skinny Plate Challenge.
  9. Do combine lean protein and complex carbs at each meal. This clean eating one-two punch decreases insulin spikes and maintains energy levels. The combo also acts as a natural appetite suppressant, helping you feel fuller longer. Pair Chicken Pot Roast with your favorite salad topped with extra virgin olive oil, balsamic vinegar, or red wine vinegar.  Need some ideas for salad toppings?  Check out 11 Tasty Salad Toppings for Weight Loss.
  10. Don’t go into the week without a meal plan. Can’t answer the question, “what’s for dinner tonight?” Be a planner. Decide on a week’s worth of clean eating recipes ahead of time so that you don’t get stuck feeding the family a boxed meal containing processed or powdered who-knows-what. Start with this 5 Day Clean Eating Dinner Menu.

From planning clean eating recipes to watching what you drink, you have the power to change how your body looks and feels.  Take your first step today!



Thriving – How Much Is Appropriate?



I follow a page on Twitter that is a fantastic resource for learning about the Law of Attraction and manifesting.

That page is The Secret – Law of

In this particular post, Rich posted a quote from Abraham Hicks about thriving.

The other day I was talking to a friend on the phone about the Law of Attraction and manifesting what we want. We were talking about two particular aspects of manifesting:

  • manifesting what you want, and
  • keeping it.

Getting what you want is one thing, keeping it and THRIVING are different. Beliefs about how much you deserve, how much is appropriate, how much you can have, how much is too much, exist in your subconscious. Once you manifest what you want, these beliefs come into play and will express themselves. How can you tell what those beliefs are? Look at your results. Once you get what you want, watch what happens next.

Watch how much you allow yourself to thrive. How can you allow yourself to thrive even more? Easier? With less effort? With more joy?

And as Abraham says, you have to ask yourself, “At what point do I lose the balance of thriving?



“You have to find a way to be all right with thriving because you are always going to want to thrive… The economy is moving forward in response to the desires of people. And depriving yourself of something does not make more money for someone else to spend… If there were not people who were purchasing things, then all of the people who are working at manufacturing and marketing them would have to find some other ways of making their living… There are so many people who innately want to thrive, who as soon as they begin thriving a little, begin imposing all of these exterior judgements about how much thriving is appropriate, “It’s appropriate to thrive that much, but not that much.” And you have to ask yourself, “At what point do I lose the balance of thriving? – Abraham Hicks