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angelman66
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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 02:06 pm
Despite a lot of self doubt and insecurity, Aarti became the Next Food Network Star and her new show starts next week...BOOM, she's positioned to become a household name and potentially a global brand...

At the end of the episode in which she wins, she tells the audience that all the experiences of her life led up to this moment, that she had carved out this dream almost her whole life (Vibrational Escrow), but that the dream seemed so far away and she was plagued by doubt, fear and self-sabotage. (As we viewers witnessed throughout the competition.)

BUT - she tells the audience - just hang in there - you may not know how it's gonna happen, or when, or who, but if you just hang in there, something BIG is just around the corner. And you don't have to be "perfect" to manifest the dream. You just have to "show up" and do your best.

A perfect Abraham-vibe story, in my opinion. I felt SO GOOD hearing her say that...it's so much like what I hear from Abe.

Just thought I would share!
-Chris

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 02:30 pm
I've recorded but haven't watched this yet, Chris!!!

Although, I knew a few episodes back it was hers to win.::devil

~S

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 02:45 pm
hanging here............chillin.......floating

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 03:09 pm
joyful vibe wrote:
I've recorded but haven't watched this yet, Chris!!!

Although, I knew a few episodes back it was hers to win.::devil

~S


Oops, Hope I wasn't a SPOILER - LOL

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 04:27 pm
Hi Chris and everybody,

The moment the show started and I saw Aarti, I knew she was the winner.  She just had a bright glow about her.  She even served raw chicken, in the first competion task, and still got through. 

What is interesting to me, is that the other two finalists, Tom and Herb, like really came into thier own, and could have won against other competitors, in a different year.  I would have liked them to have thier own shows.  Perhaps, they will on the internet, in some form.

With "Design Star", I saw the first year of the show and watch David win, who I really liked.  Then, a few of the series I haven't watched until this year.  I'm not sure that the talent they had on there has been of the calibiur that David has.  He really set the bar high.  It surprised me that they had someone from Springdale on.  I had higher hopes for the architec that was on. I think his name was Tom.  However, he really never created anything astonishing, like I was expecting.

So, in watching these shows, it is interesting and fun to play along, as to who will win, and who will go home.

It is all good.

Leigh :)

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 04:43 pm
I'm so happy for Aarti.
Now she can have Aarti Party.

From the beginning she was my favorite.
Filled with such joy, and like chris said, overcoming the nerves too.

I'm looking forward to seeing her new show!
Last year's winner sort of faded into the background for me.
I think Aarti, will be the life of 'her party".!:beautiful:
And so much fun to watch.

It's interesting to me. I'm not a cook.
However, when i'm feeling stressed out,
i often go to the Food Network.
Something soothing about just watching the food being prepared.
And if it's lovely Giada,::woohoo,
All the better.!

Gotta love the Food Network!

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 05:01 pm
Does Giada ever look bad? She always has her cleavage showing though:) I just think that's funny! 

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 05:06 pm
Good One SS 2010.

I'm so glad, i'm not the only one watching Giada,
for the 'cleavage high' i get each and every time.
Gotta love Giada. And no, i've never seen her look anything
other than gorgeous.!

I really like her new home, where if you look past her, thru the window,
you can see the ocean.
Ocean waves, and cleavage. Ok i'm in my vortex now.!.:beautiful:

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 05:32 pm
"It doesn't matter where you are. Just hold on, because something huge can happen."  ~Aarti, The Next Food Network Star

::stardust

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 05:47 pm
joyful vibe wrote: " It doesn't matter where you are. Just hold on, because something huge can happen."  ~Aarti, The Next Food Network Star

::stardust


::wow This sentence is brilliant!!

1. "It doesn't matter where you are." = You are where you are and it is ok. (It helps with making peace with where we are.)

2. "Just hold on..." = You don't have to do a thing, just relax.  (It helps you lower your resistance.)

3. "...because something huge can happen" = Puts you in the state of EAGER EXPECTATION.  (It helps you get to the point of KNOWING that the Universe will deliver something good, you don't know what it is but you know it will be good.  This also helps with allowing the Universe to do its thing with no interference from you.)

 

Love it!!

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 Posted: Tue Aug 17th, 2010 11:33 pm
Thank you Chris!

What a fantastic story!  It's interesting to note yet another example of someone attracting contrast and still achieving their hearts desire.  Some may ask, but what of the other contestants?  Wasn't it their dream to win as well?  Like the term success, winning means something different to each person.   

The show may be over but the individual stories are not.  Our winner may have won her own show but who knows what may happen!!??  I believe the "non winners" had just as much fun, learned a lot about themselves, gained incredible, valuable industry and world-wide exposure, and are still creating their votexy futures.

Best wishes,
:oars:D. 

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I chose Aartie as the winner from the very beginning!  Her smile.... her talent..... there was definitely something about her that made me want to watch her and see every week what she was doing.  She had a vibration!!  I'm so happy for her success!!!!!!!

::woohoo

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 Posted: Wed Aug 18th, 2010 12:40 pm
Delilah wrote:
Thank you Chris!

What a fantastic story!  It's interesting to note yet another example of someone attracting contrast and still achieving their hearts desire.  Some may ask, but what of the other contestants?  Wasn't it their dream to win as well?  Like the term success, winning means something different to each person.   

The show may be over but the individual stories are not.  Our winner may have won her own show but who knows what may happen!!??  I believe the "non winners" had just as much fun, learned a lot about themselves, gained incredible, valuable industry and world-wide exposure, and are still creating their votexy futures.

Best wishes,
:oars:D. 



Delilah, I agree COMPLETELY--GREAT point. There are so many ways you can "win" in life...just getting in the game is the REAL fun....and there are no limits to what we can achieve, with or without a trophy or blue ribbon.
-C

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 Posted: Mon Aug 23rd, 2010 04:38 pm
Sometimes, after the finale of a show,
with a winner. I like to watch it again.
See what i missed the first time.

Besides all the wonderful comments of others.
I saw something else too.

When she did her 3 minute demo.
She said, 'It seemed as if time expanded".
And it gave her the time to make her demo just right.

Talk about being in your vortex. ::woohoo

I loved her from the beginning.
Watching the finale a 2nd time, it was easy to see,
what was in Aarti's vortex.:beautiful:

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 Posted: Fri Aug 27th, 2010 06:48 am

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