Riding the Wave to Woofstock!

It’s WOOFSTOCK 2018!

 

A crazy, awesome opportunity for me to say “Thank you for Allowing me to Help”.

It was 20 years ago, Jan and I were blending a family and we adopted Monte.  You guessed it, from the Voorhees Animal Orphanage. He turned our house into a home.

Full circle. Much love.

Last year’s Woofstock festival brought together 4000 people, dogs, music, crafts, gourmet food trucks, retail vendors, dog demonstrations, gift basket raffles and more.

Crazy right?  And now, this year they want even more.
More people, more fun, more positive energy.

That’s where I come in.  I’m honored to help with a…

Live Wingman’s Path Practice session.
12:30 – 1:00 pm. 

WOOF!  Calling all Wingmates.  Bring yourself, bring your friends, bring your dogs.  

We are going to ROCK WOOFSTOCK! 

Woofstock
September 29, 2018
John Connolly Park, Voorhees, NJ  08043
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
For more info… www.vaonj.org

I’m so excited.  Hope to see you there.
Michael S. Gross
Wingman

Wingman’s Path Live Practice Session!

Let’s do it again!

We had the room rocking with positive energy last week and we’re doing it again this Wednesday evening, July 18th.

Are you building a business?  A relationship? Your Life?

Do you think it would be easier to do if you were coming from a higher vibration?

Find out what positive energy can do for you.

When:  Wednesday, July 18th. 6:30-8:00 pm.

Where: Qdoba, 1630 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (Ellisburg Circle Shopping Center).

Investment: $20.

Check out my Summer of Fun Tour trailer…

Reserve your space now and get ready to start moving in the direction of your dreams.

Michael

Each session is limited to 20 people.  Reserve your spot now via PayPal.

Dates Available



 

Rock Your Summer. Rock Your Life!

You’ve so got this!
And you and I, with a bunch of Wingmates, will definitely get the momentum on our side.

Check out my Summer of Fun Tour trailer…

Summer of Fun Tour
Wingman’s Path Live Practice.
Wednesdays July 11th, 18th, and 25th. 6:30-8:00.

Live Practice Sessions. Come prepared to do lots of energy raising and positivity practices. Bring pen and paper. And be ready to up your game.

Where: Qdoba, 1630 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (Ellisburg Circle Shopping Center).

Investment: $20 for one, $50 for all three.

* I would never want a financial hardship to deter anyone from participating. I can always use volunteers, wingmates, and other positive energies.  If money is an issue, contact me, via email, private message or text.

Get Ready to Vibrate Higher,

Michael

Each session is limited to 20 people.  Reserve your spot now via PayPal.


Dates Available



 

One Great Summer!

Join Us Live in July!
The Wingman’s Path to Positivity
Live Practice Sessions

The time is getting near…  Our live practice sessions are coming…
Everyone is Super-Excited!

Come one, come ALL.  Bring your friends, bring your team, bring yourself.
If you haven’t registered yet, now is the time.  

Are you ready to ROCK your summer?  

Do you have a goal you want to achieve?  Are you prepared to achieve it?

Do you believe…

  • a spark of positive energy might help you to achieve your goal?
  • if you look at your goal from a different angle, you will see a different view?
  • when you are in a place of higher vibration, you see more clearly, and your actions become more inspired?

We do too!

Join Michael Gross, and many other Wingmates, as we share positive energy, practice raising our vibration, and continue to move our lives in the direction of our choosing.

One thing is certain…  We. You, me and everyone in that room will leave feeling more empowered, focused, hopeful and confident in obtaining our goals.

So get yourself ready to absorb some powerfully positive vibes that will raise your happiness quotient and help you set the tone for living a life of your choosing.

Summer of Fun Tour
 Wingman’s Path Live Practice
Wednesdays:  July 11th, 18th, and 25th
6:30-8:00 P.M.

Live Practice Sessions. Come prepared to do lots of energy raising and positivity practices. Bring pen and paper.

Where: Qdoba, 1630 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (Ellisburg Circle Shopping Center).

Investment: $20 for one, $50 for all three.

Btw… I would never want a financial hardship to deter anyone from participating.  I can always use volunteers, wingmates, and other positive energies.  If money is an issue, contact me, via email, private message or text.

Now let’s start having some fun.

Your Wingman,
Michael

Each session is limited to 20 people. Reserve your spot now via PayPal.

Dates Available

 

Summer of Fun Tour

My new office.

Jan and I are settling into our new normal, at least for the next 6-8 months. Ahhh, South Jersey for the summer. I’m calling it my “Summer of Fun Tour”!

Now the surest way I’ve found to make certain I have fun, is to help the people around me to have fun.

And by fun, I mean feeling better, bringing more positivity into your life, and living a life of your choosing.  In wingman parlance, you’re vibrating at a higher level. Makes sense right?  I mean, isn’t that what the WIngman’s Path is all about?

 

It takes a village, and the more of us helping energetically to be a spark of positivity, the easier it is for each of us to raise our vibration. So let’s do this!  Mark your calendars and let’s get together and enhance our lives and the lives of those around us.

Summer of Fun Tour, Wingman’s Path Practice.
Wednesdays:  July 11th, 18th, and 25th
6:30-8:00 P.M.

What:  Live Practice Sessions. 

Let’s have some fun!  Together, we will practice bringing positive energy into our lives. Come prepared to do lots of laughing, energy raising and positivity practices. You are certain to leave feeling more optimistic, focused and confident in achieving your goals and manifesting your desires.

Where:  Qdoba, 1630 Kings Hwy N, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (Ellisburg Circle Shopping Center).

Investment: $20 for one, $50 for all three.

Changing a culture filled with negativity is hard to do, especially when we’re fighting lifetimes of pessimism, doubt, and hopelessness.  But I know this works and I know we can do this.  We’re all in this together, and I find we can use all the help we can get.

Btw… I would never want a financial hardship to deter anyone from participating.  I can always use volunteers, wingmates, and other positive energies.  If money is an issue, contact me, via email, private message or text.

Now let’s start having some fun.

Your Wingman,
Michael

Each session is limited to 20 people. Reserve your spot now via PayPal.

Dates Available



 

 

 

 

 

I’m Sorry for Your Loss.

I received this heartbreaking email from a friend and wanted to share my response in the hope that it might help you, or someone you know, experiencing a difficult loss.

“Good afternoon Michael, Im not sure if you were aware but my oldest son entered into eternity a little over 3 weeks ago, very unexpectedly…so, I’m in that stage of a shattered being right now…the days seem long and sometimes I don’t see a whole lot of what this so called life is really all about. But that will pass soon, I hope. As you probably do know, i respect your opinion so much, and I feel a little apprehensive in asking but I’ll do it anyway… Do you have any past wingman videos on death and dying, especially child related., as a child’s death is just not natural. If you do not, could you enlighten us with your thoughts on this? It would be most appreciated if you could and if you’re not able to I would totally understand. Thanks in advance, either way”.

Dear Friend,

I am so sorry for your loss. You honor me by asking if I have any videos, or thoughts and practices at this most challenging time.
As if there might actually be a practice that could dissolve your pain…

I’ve been struggling with what to write to you and I decided it might be best to do a FB live video for you, without using your name of course.

So that’s what I did and it is included below.

As for my thoughts, they’re simple.  I believe we are all eternal beings and you will be with your son once again.  I don’t know when, or how, or even what the configuration might be, but I feel certain we all meet up with our loved ones over and over as we travel through eternity.

As John Lennon said, “”I’m not afraid of death because I don’t believe in it.  It’s just getting out of one car, and into another.”

As for any practices, or things you can do to help you through your pain.  I am not a grief counselor, nor have I experienced your specific pain, but I have experienced pain and when I do, I do many different practices to help relieve it.  I’ve listed some here. Hopefully they will help.  Some are from the experts, along with one from me, one from a good friend nine months into a similar experience, and one from my wife, Jan.

  1. My first thought comes from my Wingdog, Monte. He taught me that when you’re hurt and in pain it’s ok to go off by yourself and lick your wounds.  There is no time-table. Allow yourself as much time as is necessary, or as you want, to get stronger before getting back to “normal”.

    2. Speaking of normal, there is no “normal”.  There is only a new normal.  With that in mind, I do have a practice I call “3Rs.  Recognize. Regroup.  Reassess.

Recognize:  You don’t need me to tell you everything has changed.  But sometimes when we’ve had a bad loss, we seem to want to return to normal.  Recognize that your life has changed, or as my big-time doctor brother-in-law said to me as Janet lay in a hospital bed 15 years ago, having surgery to remove a lobe of her lung and the cancer within, “you want to try and get back to normal, well… as normal as you can after being hit by a bus”.  Recognize that your old normal is no more.

Regroup: Take as much time as you need or want.  Take care of yourself.  Heal yourself.  And take as much time as you desire.  Have I mentioned that?

Reassess: Your life has changed.  You now have a new normal.  What do you want your life to look like from now on?

  1. From my friend and mentor, Dr. Bernie Siegel,who told me,  “When you’re going through hell ask yourself, what am I to learn from this”?

I’ve done this so often in my life and it usually helps me to stop beating myself up and gets my mind moving in a positive direction.

  1. From Rumi, a 13th-century Persian poet, theologian, and Sufi mystic. 

Rumi wrote “The Guest House”, where he talks about our physical bodies being a guest house where all emotions visit, and states we should invite them all in, even the painful ones, especially the painful ones.  I can tell you I’ve done this practice by inviting my pain in for a cup of tea, and spoken with it.

Here is the poem…

 

5.  From the Buddha. The story of Kisa Gautami.  Kisa Gautami was a woman from a wealthy family whose only son died at the age of one.  In her grief, weeping and crying, she went from house to house carrying him in her arms, begging anyone and everyone for a way to bring him back to life.  Of course, nobody could help her but she would not give up.

Finally someone advised her to go see the Buddha.  When she carried her dead child to the Buddha and told him her story he listened with patience and compassion, and then told her there was one way to solve her problem.

But to do so he would need 4 or 5 mustard seeds, but they must be from a family that had not experienced death.  Kisa was excited and filled with hope, and immediately went to find such a household.  As she went from house to house, and village to village, everyone wanted to help her and offered her mustard seeds. Unfortunately every household she visited had experienced the death of a loved one.  It was then she learned what the Buddha wanted her to find out for herself, that suffering is a part of life and death comes to us all.  It is said that once she came to terms with death being inevitable, she was able to stop her grieving.

6.  From a good friend who is nine months into to the same, unfortunate journey and wanted to share some of what he has learned.

1.  Take your time.
2.  Drugs are most definitely ok.
3.  It’s ok to laugh.  It’s ok to set down the pain and laugh.
4.  Don’t worry about being judged by others. There is no right or wrong.

  1. From my wife, Janet, who is a grief counselor and LCSW.  

To allay the feeling of grief, and in honor of him, consider doing one small thing each week.  Donate some clothes to a Veteran’s charity or domestic violence shelter, or maybe just a homeless guy on the street.  Collect some old books from around your house for a literacy program or a poor/defunded library.  Anything you come up with which may honor your son’s memory and for a few moments transmute the pain.

My thoughts, prayers, wishes and love are with you as you experience this terrible pain.  Please make certain to be kind to, and take care of, yourself.

Here is the video…

With Much Love,
Michael
Btw… I’m sorry I haven’t blogged in a while.
I’ve been posting a daily video practice each morning on my Facebook group, “The Wingman’s Path to Positivity”.  We’re now over 4000 members strong, all sharing positive energy.
Join us, and have 4000 Wingmen and Wingwomen supporting you and helping you create the life of your choosing.
Also, Jan and I are holding a workshop called, “Creating the 2018 or your Choosing”.  It will be on 1/1/18 at 11:11 am.
For more info, click here… https://www.facebook.com/events/2065492197094210/