deepest desires

6 Steps to Become Authentically You

Posted by on Oct 24, 2017 | Comments Off on 6 Steps to Become Authentically You

6 Steps to Become Authentically You

As sensitives, empaths and nurtures, we can lose track of who we are and what we want because we have spent most of our time helping others get what they want. Today I want to help you take steps to focus on yourself in order to become authentically you. “I’ve lost my way, I don’t know how I got here.” “I don’t know what I want, I don’t have time for me.” “I feel stuck and don’t know what to do.” “I don’t feel happy, inspired, excited or fulfilled in my life, I feel drained.”   One of the most popular...

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How To Grow Your Confidence From Your Heart

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 | Comments Off on How To Grow Your Confidence From Your Heart

How To Grow Your Confidence From Your Heart

Lack of confidence has you hiding out when you are really wanting to Stand Out and accomplish things that are important to you. Do you settle for what you get rather than asking for what you want? Are you panicked thinking about speaking up in a meeting or giving a presentation? Do you stop yourself from taking action because you are afraid you’ll look stupid? Are you passionate about something but afraid to lead or ask others to support you? Do you not say something when someone says a sexist or discriminatory joke? All of these situations are related to lack of confidence. What is...

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Are you too Humble About your Desire?

Posted by on Sep 12, 2016 | 5 comments

Are you too Humble About your Desire?

Don’t play Small when it Comes to Your Deepest Aspirations!  I’ve been thinking a lot about deep desires and why people ignore them. Living unconsciously and ignorant to what it is we truly desire is part of the reason we don’t  step into our unique, brilliant and Divine Self. I believe that we are all here on earth to share our brilliance. We are all so unique and have something different to add as the ingredients that make up this beautiful world and just as in a recipe, the dish is only as good as the ingredients. If one is missing, it just doesn’t taste as perfectly as it could....

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How Valuing Yourself is Magnetizing

Posted by on May 9, 2016 | 1 comment

How Valuing Yourself is Magnetizing

Valuing your well-being and your desires is a key component to how others will perceive you. When you don’t take care of yourself mentally, physically, and spiritually others can feel it. When you are depleted, tired, burned out, hungry, overwhelmed, depressed, angry etc. others can feel it. And you wear it even though you try to hide it with fake smiles, fancy clothes, and lies. If others feel that you don’t care for yourself they can’t trust you will care for them.   They feel repelled by your lack of self-awareness even though they don’t know why. They just feel something isn’t right...

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Actions Steps To Attract Money Into Your Life

Posted by on May 2, 2016 | Comments Off on Actions Steps To Attract Money Into Your Life

Actions Steps To Attract Money Into Your Life

Marilyn’s Money Strategy #1 Unless you take the right actions in the right order towards what you desire every day, multiple times a day, you won’t create more money and other opportunities. Create a new perspective I’d like you to think of “thoughts and feelings” as action steps. And I want you to think of your actions as “conscious choices”.  So, when you think a thought believe that it’s an action. When you feel a feeling believe that it’s an action.  When you make a choice recognize that it’s an action. YOUR LIFE IS A RESULT OF YOUR THOUGHTS, FEELINGS AND ACTIONS. ALL OF WHICH YOU HAVE...

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Are you willing to Risk CHANGE to up-level your life?

Posted by on Apr 26, 2016 | Comments Off on Are you willing to Risk CHANGE to up-level your life?

Are you willing to Risk CHANGE to up-level your life?

  After I got off the phone with my daughter Caitlin the other day I found myself reminded of the last time I made a really big change in my life. Knowing that my daughter didn’t have a job, many people kept asking her if she had found a new job yet. When she answered that she didn’t have one yet, the response often was “I would be so nervous to be without a job. Are you afraid you won’t find one soon?” As a result she started thinking that maybe she should be feeling anxious about the situation and so she did. When I decided to leave my husband ten years ago, I had a lot of family,...

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