Canadian Life coach Michael Losier attracts Powai.

By Elsie Gabriel.

Life coach Michael Losier and Punish Sharma at Meluha the Fern ecotel Powai.
“You’ve heard the expression “Just believe it and it will come.” When we believe that we can “have it,” that means we have no doubt in receiving it. The challenge, however, is removing the doubt that is stopping us from believing. When you remove the doubt, you are now Allowing — Allowing it to come to you.” Said Michael Losier while speaking to an attentive audience at Meluha the Fern ecotel, Powai on his first ever trip to India.
Meluha- the Fern ecotel, Powai Mumbai hosted Michael Losier, the famous Law of Attraction Trainer and author on June 26th 2013. Michael supports people in understanding and practicing the Art of Deliberate Attraction, so they can have more of what they want and less of what they don’t.
Michael has been applying the principles of Law of Attraction for many years and enjoys a wonderful and rewarding life in the city of Victoria, BC, Canada. He facilitates a number of in-person Law of Attraction seminars to a worldwide audience and has been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey as well as the media the world over.
Harish Mehta, LOA India trainer invited Michael  Losier in association with Punish Sharma of Meluha the Fern ecotel, for the very first  to India, this seminar inspired people to get more out of life and less of what you don’t want.
Expounded Michael further, “Allowing means you have no negative vibes that are cancelling the positive vibes of your desire. Remember, Law of Attraction is matching your vibration. Is your vibration one of doubt or belief? Understanding this concept makes using the Law of Attraction to deliberately attract more of what you want much easier.The three-step formula for Deliberate Attraction is: (1) Identify Desire, (2) Raise the Vibration (feeling), and (3) Allow.” Profound and simple! I was totally inspired.
Meluha the Fern is an award winning green corporate ecotel known for successfully reaching out to people for the betterment of the environment as well as the hospitality industry.