What Happens When You Ask for Everything You Need

What Happens When You Ask for Everything You Need

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I Never Asked For My Needs To Be Met

Before I left my ex-fiance there was about a 6-month period where I decided “I’m going to ask for everything I need. And it’s either going to make or break us.”

I knew I was unhappy.

Restless.

Boxed in and feeling like a caged bird.

I didn’t feel listened to. Or seen. And felt like I was always “too much”.

But as I changed my reality of how I felt about myself, I realized that I could no longer exist in a relationship where I tempered my desires to make someone else more comfortable.

Asking For Every Single Thing I Needed

So I started asking for every single thing I needed.

Asking for our needs to be met can be a revolutionary act.

And I knew it would make us or break us.

Well, it ended up breaking us up.

And damn am I thankful that my ex had the ability to let me go when he saw that he could not rise to meet me in my new reality.

Upsetting the Balance

You see, relationships are like all biological systems – they exist in an equilibrium.

They exist at a certain state until one person in the relationship changes, upsetting that equilibrium, or balance.

Once the equilibrium is upset there are only three things that can happen:

 Either the person who changes returns to their original way of doing things.

 The entire system (all of the other relationships) rise to meet the person at their new reality.

 Or, if the person is unwilling to return to their old way of being, and the system will not change to adapt to the new way of doing things, then often the system (relationship) may break down.

“As you improve your life, your choices, your mindset, your ways of doing things you may find some tug and pull from your relationships. People trying to bring you back into your old way of being. Because that’s where they’re comfortable with you.” – Click to Tweet

Pulling You Back to the Way You Were

As you improve your life, your choices, your mindset, your ways of doing things you may find some tug and pull from your relationships.

People trying to bring you back into your old way of being. Becuase that’s where they’re comfortable with you.

You may find people questioning your life choices, giving you the crazy side-eye, implying that you think you’re “better than them”, or making fun of the changes and shifts you’ve made.

Generally, people don’t like change. So they’ll do whatever it takes to keep you exactly as you’ve always been.

You Must Make a Choice

Persist in your new reality and let the relationships do what they need to do (whether that means getting stronger or falling apart)

Or dive back into the old way of being.

The decision is up to you.

But really, the decision is obvious.

Because once you wake up, you can’t fully go back so sleep again.

You can’t fully ignore those things which are no longer aligned with your new higher state of being.

You can’t lull yourself into believing that you’re living as your highest and best self when you feel like your arms are tied around your back.

Navigating the Tricky Waters

If you want help navigating the tricky waters of changing the way you feel about yourself.

Of moving to a new level despite feeling that there are old beliefs, relationships, and conditioned beliefs which are holding you back.

And FREEING yourself once and for all then let’s connect.

I have something available for everyone at every price point and degree of personalized care.

Let’s build you the strength that will allow you to say:

“This is me. This is my life. I deserve better. And I’m not settling anymore. Because I LOVE myself. And I’m worth it!”

Just click the button below and let’s talk about making this your new reality in one of my programs.

Hi! I’m Dr. Ash

I help women who come from challenging backgrounds that have conditioned them to put others first to live a “hell yes” life where they leave the shoulds behind. My clients learn to live a passion-filled, turned-on, lit-up life where everything is possible and to connect with their own intuitive genius.

To stop prioritizing other people’s opinions, to give themselves permission to go after their own desires, to be deeply self-expressed, self-confident, vibrant, and to release the limiting beliefs that have made them feel selfish or self-centered for putting themselves first in the past.

I have my Ph.D. in psychology, was the director of two multi-million dollar international coach training schools. She’s powerfully psychic and has over a decade of experience helping hundreds of people transform to feeling passionate, vibrant, fulfilled, and joyful.

Give It Your All (Or Face Living With Regrets)

Give It Your All (Or Face Living With Regrets)

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Swing for a Home Run Every Time

In a session recently, I was talking to one of my favorite clients about holding back. She had been holding herself back from posting on Facebook about her business because she didn’t want to annoy people. We talked about how we can’t be afraid to fail every time we go up to bat. Whether that “at bat” is your business, a Facebook post, a new relationship, being your goofy-assed self, or living your life laughing so hard that other people look at you sideways. You see, if you’re afraid to fail every time, you’re going to stop yourself from being able to hit a home run.

Put Your All Into Each Swing

Have you ever noticed, in baseball, that home run hitters tend to be intense. They put their ALL into each swing. Each swing is for the bleachers. Each swing is make or break. Home run or strike out – it doesn’t matter. Because each time they go up to bat – they swing as though they ARE going to hit a home run. No playing it safe and bunting. Or letting the pitcher hit them to “just get on base”. They’re going for it. Each and every time.

Sometimes You Strike Out

And many times those home run hitters strike out. But other times they hit home runs. But every single time they swing that dang bat like their guts are going to fall out on the floor if they don’t go for it. And who do we remember? The home run hitters. Not the “consistently play-it-safers.” And this is true of life. If you meet a fabulous new person you’d like to get to know, what are you possibly losing by saying “hey, let’s grab coffee!” And yet, so many people back off because they’re afraid of rejection. Or they stop themselves from being open and vulnerable in a relationship because they fear that “it might not work out.” But, what’s the possible outcome of this type of strategy?

“In every area of your life go full out.” – Click to Tweet

What’s the Outcome If You Swing for the Bleachers?

The only thing to gain by not going full out is to temper your losses. To try to protect yourself from the loss of not getting what you want. And yet, the funny thing is – if you don’t go for what you want – you’ll never GET what you want. 

  • You’ll never get the date.
  • You’ll never get the depth of intimacy you desire.
  • You’ll never get that job.
  • You’ll never publish that best-seller.
  • You’ll never travel the world.

What’s the possible outcome of swinging for the bleachers? One of two things will happen:

  • You’ll get the date.
  • Or they’ll say “no”

Either way, you know where you stand. And you’ll know you gave it your shot. Getting closer and deeper and more intimate with someone who is important to you or them pulling back and making it clear that this wasn’t what they wanted to begin with – either way you KNOW. Getting the job of your dreams, or finding out that you’re missing a key skill set in order to be a perfect match for that job are both great outcomes. Either way you’ll KNOW!

Persist or Shift

Same with your business. If you’re out there talking to people (whether in person or on Facebook) and they don’t respond. And you pull back and say “well, they don’t want to hear it.” What’s the possible outcome? You don’t make any money. lol. What’s the possible outcome of persisting? Or just shifting your strategy (rather than pulling in and stopping)? People do start responding. You make more money. You get what you wanted. ~ or ~ People don’t respond, unfriend you, get annoyed and then well, they don’t have to listen to your posts about your biz anymore. You get what you wanted (more people on your friend’s list who DO want to listen to what you have to say). You are NOT going to make money by quitting when other people aren’t interested. You are NOT going to make money by stopping yourself short of telling people how amazing your services are. All you’ll be doing is building up a pile of regrets based on the premise of “I wish I had expressed myself more”. Just like you are NOT going to get closer and deeper and more intimate relationships by holding yourself back and “playing it safe.” And you’re not going to get to travel the world by constantly making excuses for why “now’s not the right time” or why “it’s just not a good idea”.

Go Full Out or Risk A Life of Regret

So swing for the bleachers, dear ones. Every time. Go full out. In every area of your life. Run toward your dreams like your hair is on fire. Like you have nothing to lose!! Go out there like it’s going to be the most EPIC and rewarding and amazing thing EVER. And if it’s not? You can totally deal with that. Because the risk of NOT swinging with everything you’ve got is far greater than the risks of doing it.

What Are You Willing to Risk?

The choice is yours on what you risk:

   If you dare to go for what you really want you might get:

Rejection OR get everything you’ve ever wanted.

 

~ THE ALTERNATIVE ~

 

  If you hold yourself back from going after your dreams and expressing yourself deeply you might get:

Self-protection AND a life of regret for never having taken the risk to live the life of your dreams.

 

Yeah. The answer is obvious to me too.

Hi! I’m Dr. Ash

I help women who come from challenging backgrounds that have conditioned them to put others first to live a “hell yes” life where they leave the shoulds behind. My clients learn to live a passion-filled, turned-on, lit-up life where everything is possible and to connect with their own intuitive genius.

To stop prioritizing other people’s opinions, to give themselves permission to go after their own desires, to be deeply self-expressed, self-confident, vibrant, and to release the limiting beliefs that have made them feel selfish or self-centered for putting themselves first in the past.

I have my Ph.D. in psychology, was the director of two multi-million dollar international coach training schools. She’s powerfully psychic and has over a decade of experience helping hundreds of people transform to feeling passionate, vibrant, fulfilled, and joyful.

The Mother Wound

The Mother Wound

First off, happy Mother’s Day to all of you kickass mothers out there.

However, I want to talk about a very different aspect of Mother’s Day for many of us.

A dark secret that many of us carry.

That Mother’s Day can be a painful and lonely day filled with sadness and memories for those of you with a challenging relationship with your mother.

When your mother is absent, hyper-critical, judgmental, emotionally, verbally, or physically abusive, seems to hurt your feelings for a living, or makes you feel less than.

Mother’s Day can feel like walking through a field of landmines.

It can bring up a ton of grief. Feeling like you missed out on a close relationship that you see around you on all the greeting cards and tv commercials.

On that day that’s filled with joy for so many, it may instead poke at the old wounds that make you ask “why wasn’t I good enough to have a good mother?”

And worse yet, most of us grow up learning to keep it a secret.

You learned to keep the sadness, the pain, the disappointment, the frustration, the sense of not-enoughness buried deep below a sea of trying to put on a happy face.

You carried the burden of trying to maintain the status quo. Of keeping all of this chaos secret. And focusing on keeping other people happy.

When you have a mother wound, you’ve been taught that you must silence your discomfort. You must quiet your rage. You must tuck away your sadness. And instead, focus on keeping other people happy.

Mother wounds can cause all kinds of problems in your life.

Ways The Mother Wound Can Impact You

People-Pleasing:

Put everyone else’s needs above your own. Feeling like you need to have others approval to be “good enough” or worthy. Feeling that if other people don’t approve of your decisions you may be abandoned or rejected. Feeling like you can’t trust yourself and that you must get others approval of your decisions because “you don’t don’t know what you’re doing”. 

Drowning in shame:

A sense of shame and feeling like you have to “make up for” where you came from by being extra good, by proving your worth, by hiding away any perceived imperfections. Minimizing any perceived similarities between you and your mother. Feeling as though anything you do that may be similar means you’re becoming “just like her” and experiencing intense guilt for any similarities (which are unavoidable and not something that you need to feel bad about. You have something to learn from even the most painful circumstances of your life).

Internalizing Problems and Blaming Yourself:

Internalizing blame by feeling that everything that goes wrong (or could go wrong) is somehow your fault. Being afraid of what would happen if you don’t take responsibility for everything that goes wrong (“I should know better. I’m becoming just like my mom”).

Over-Controlling:

Feeling like you must have control or things will fall apart. Wanting to control things because you feel like it’s the only way to control the chaos. This can be in the small things like how your towels are folded, or how you cook your morning eggs. Or it can be in the big things like controlling other people’s behaviors and choices. Or you may even feel the need to know exact plans, research every little thing in depth, or be the one in charge of major decisions or you feel “really out of control”

Fearing Conflict:

Feeling as though every time someone disagrees with you it could turn violent or ugly. That people will hate you if you disagree with them. That you are “bad” if you have different needs or opinions than others want you to have.  That somehow you must be wrong if everyone doesn’t agree with your point of view. And that maybe you should reconsider your own opinion if other people disagree. This is highly related to people-pleasing.

Lacking boundaries:

Fearing setting boundaries with others. Feel that it’s “mean” to set boundaries to tend to be a dumping ground for others. Or fear others so much that you tend to be walled up and defensive and over-protective to keep people from hurting you. Your issues with boundaries can be due to safety fears, fear of abandonment, or not knowing how to set boundaries in a healthy way.

Lacking trust:

Having difficulty trusting others. Feeling like you need to be what other people want you to be in order to be liked and approved of and not trusting them with your real self. Fearing that it’s not safe to show people who you really are. Not being authentic in your relationships.

Feeling like you can’t trust yourself or your own opinions. Fearing that you’re not really worth trusting.

Guilt for wanting more: Feeling bad or not worthy of wanting more money, freedom, joy, time.

Shrinking and Self-Sabotage:

Making yourself small to make others feel more comfortable in order for others to earn love. Getting in the way of your own happiness and success. Stopping yourself short of what you really want.

Fearing that you can’t have it all, so dimming yourself in some way or another so that you’re not threatening to anyone else (examples: gaining weight, drinking too much, procrastination).

When you have a mom who isn’t healthy you literally learn to fear your own awesomeness.

Being afraid of outshining others so making yourself small and more palatable so that others approve of you. Feeling like you’ll be targeted if you do stick your neck out and shine.

When you have a mother wound, you feel the need to shrink so that you won’t outshine her.

Feeling that by being fully yourself, fully vibrant, completely amazing, joyful, free, and absolutely fulfilled means you’re betraying her, betraying others, and somehow responsible for other people’s lack of these things. So you shrink to avoid that sense of responsibility (instead of addressing it head-on).

Putting Up With Crap:

Overlooking poor treatment of others. Making excuses for others poor behavior. Feeling like it’s your fault if others treat you poorly. Having little to no standards for how you’re treated. Allowing others to dump on you. Feeling that it’s your job to take care of everyone around you.

Caretaking: 

Feeling that it’s your job to take care of everyone around you. Putting other people’s needs first, always above your own. Trying to solve other people’s problems for them under the guise of “being nice”. Anticipating problems and the pains of others and trying to “save them” from them. Feeling that you must help others if you sense any discomfort or pain.

Everyone responds to the mother wound differently.

But generally, the response is on one end of the pendulum or another. You exist in the extremes and feel like life is “either/ or”, “good or bad”, and “black and white”.

This is part of the toxic cycle that happens because of the mother wound.

And when you don’t get help overcoming it you will tend to swing your pendulum from one extreme to the other.

From People-pleasing to thinking “screw them, I don’t need anyone”.

From self-blame to blaming others.

From being a dumping ground for others problems to walling yourself up and not being open or available to others at all.

The pendulum is not the answer. It’s part of the problem.

 * * * 

At your core, you fear to betray the contract you signed on for in childhood.

  • The contract to never outshine your mom.
  • The contract to never make too much noise.
  • The contract to be what other people wanted you to be.
  • The contract to put other people’s needs first.
  • The contract to sabotage yourself if you were making anyone else uncomfortable.
  • The contract that that made it “normal” for other people to treat you poorly.
  • The contract that said that you better be happy with what you have and shut up about it.
  • That contract that says that you must squish yourself down and make yourself small so that your mother doesn’t become enraged, sad, or withdraw her love.
  • The contract that states that you have to just “forgive and forget” and that it’s a betrayal to look at these deep wounds and heal them for good.
  • The contract that makes lying okay. That says that “that’s all in your imagination. That never happened!”
  • The contract that says that you can’t become too successful, too wealthy, too attractive, too popular or you may elicit envy, jealousy, anger, or coldness from your mother.
  • The contract that demanded silence, obedience, and putting the responsibility for everyone else’s happiness on your own back.

Oy vey is that a heavy burden to bear.

No wonder the mother wound can dig so deep into your psyche and pop up to cause so much trouble.

* * * 

And when day’s like today come around, we suddenly bump up against those painful points.

  • Those points that you’ve been protecting and shielding for so long that you believe are a part of you.
  • Those sore spots that you fear that if anyone else saw, they’d reject you.
  • Those bumps and bruises that you feel make you damaged, wrong, and not good enough.
  • Those painful places make you push others away, fear trusting, and push your feelings down into the dark to escape from.
  • Those ouchy places that still cry out, longing for soothing.
  • The young you that still wishes she could receive the love and nurturing that she never received.

All of these raw and open wounds inside of you long for healing.

And yet you feel that you’re not entitled to healing.

That this is just your burden to bear.

That you must “suck it up” because she’s your mom.

Because your mom did so much for you.

Because you’re loyal and loving and if you bring all of this out into the open in order to deal with it, it would mean you’re betraying her. You’re betraying your loyal and loving heart. Betraying the core of who you are.

No wonder you’ve kept silent and kept shoving down the pain.

But the truth is. Your silence does not fix your mother. Or stop her from suffering.

It just perpetuates your suffering.

It perpetuates the shame. The secrets. The lying to yourself saying that you’re “being dramatic”.

It creates a no-win scenario where you’re carrying around your mother’s wounds inside of you and blaming yourself for them. Feeling like maybe you can heal them, or soothe them, by just being “better” or reigning yourself in more from who you really are.

* * * 

Ignoring this wound has major consequences.

Like a wound on your body that you refuse to seek treatment for, it will rot. That rot spreads. You shrink more and more, get more and more exhausted trying to keep up the façade and feel true happiness, joy, contentment, and enjoyment are a myth that someone came up with to torture you.

You’ve got to air out the wound.

You’ve got to open it to the light.

What you’ve longed for lies on the other side of it.

Because you can stop being imprisoned by the mother wound when you stand up with the courage to say “no longer. I will no longer live this way”.

Overcoming The Mother Wound Will Change Everything For The Better: 

  • Feel Free To Shine: Stop fearing your own brilliance and start shining like a beacon
  • Authentic Happiness: Find joy, delight, and gratitude in things that used to feel like a burden.
  • Empower Your Intuition. Feel all of your feelings and see them as tools and information that helps you connect with your true path.
  • Normalize All Emotions. Cultivate the skill to sit with both your own and other people’s “uncomfortable” emotions.
  • Self-Nurturing. Nurture yourself and drop the guilt around giving to yourself and treating yourself like a beloved. Like you wish your mother had treated you.
  • Drop The Need For Control. Stopping the cycle of feeling like other people are rejecting you when they don’t live up to your very narrow expectations.
  • Silence The Inner Asshole — the internalized judge, critic, and abuser who makes you feel small, not good enough, and rips you apart any chance it gets. To stop renting space in your head to people who have been abusive or unkind to you.
  • Cultivate Healthy Relationships. Feel more intimate and connected to others as you become more intimately connected with yourself.
  • Worthiness: Feel that you are worthy, worthwhile, and that you deserve everything you’ve ever desired.
  • Unconditional Love: Both give and receive unconditional love — unbound by the need to control and manipulate in order to feel like you’re “enough”
  • Feel Good Enough and Authentic. Feel loved and adored and good enough in your own skin. No longer feeling like you have to be something you’re not. No longer craving approval in order to feel worthy.
  • Discover YOU. Who you truly are. And become fully authentic and self-expressed.
  • Trusting yourself. Trusting others. Trusting the divine. And trusting in life itself.

* * * 

You are no longer that child.

You did the best you could with the tools you had at the time.

You protected your precious heart.

And here you are today. Ready to take a leap toward becoming the woman you’re meant to be.

Finally feeling the courage to stop having to be the child who molded herself into what others wanted her to be in order to be loved.

You’re ready to embrace your freedom.

You are prepared to fly.

Knowing the doorway lies through being honest and open and addressing the wounds that you’ve kept secret, and silent, and tucked away inside of you for so long.

It’s the most rewarding journey you’ll ever take in your life.

This is the work I do with my clients. I help them move through these ways of coping and stop feeling like they have to protect the sore places inside. And instead, heal them for good. Becoming joyful, ecstatic, and open to receive what they’ve always wanted in life.

When your heart and soul know that you can’t live like this any longer.

When you’re ready to breathe deep a sign of contentment.

When you’re done with playing small for others comfort.

When you’re ready to become ALL of you.

And to invite in success and achieve more than you ever thought possible.

I’m here to help

 Transform your life from an “I guess” to a “Hell Yes!” with this free ebook

It’s time to release the Toxicity & Trauma that’s been keeping you stuck for good.

 

Hi! I’m Dr. Ash

I help women who come from challenging backgrounds that have conditioned them to put others first to live a “hell yes” life where they leave the shoulds behind. My clients learn to live a passion-filled, turned-on, lit-up life where everything is possible and to connect with their own intuitive genius.

To stop prioritizing other people’s opinions, to give themselves permission to go after their own desires, to be deeply self-expressed, self-confident, vibrant, and to release the limiting beliefs that have made them feel selfish or self-centered for putting themselves first in the past.

I have my Ph.D. in psychology, was the director of two multi-million dollar international coach training schools. I’m powerfully psychic and have over a decade of experience helping hundreds of people transform to feeling passionate, vibrant, fulfilled, and joyful.

Pleasure Poverty

Pleasure Poverty

An epidemic that’s affecting every single area of your life.

Did you know that rats, when given an enriched environment, will refuse addictive substances?

We’ve settled for a life of consuming other people’s lives rather than creating our own. The result? Pleasure poverty.

I can’t tell you how many people I speak to don’t even know what brings them pleasure. They don’t even know what brings them joy!

Too many people are driven by consuming mediocrity, rather than creating our own lives, their own pleasure. Pleasure Poverty is a systemic epidemic that’s worsened by social media where we settle for mediocre experiences rather than asserting our right to creating those lush beautiful ones we desire.

Releasing Self-Torture When Things Turn To Shit

Releasing Self-Torture When Things Turn To Shit

The things I have said to myself to justify why things haven’t happened according to my plans have been awful. They’ve been poisonous and rotten. And they’ve made me feel out of alignment with my highest self. And I KNOW I’m not the only one.

Part of the key to alignment is trusting that even when things aren’t going according to YOUR plan, they’re going according to the divine plan.

I wanted more money faster. I wanted a lover faster. I wanted a beloved faster. I wanted my ideal body faster. I wanted …. And it just wasn’t time. And now I see that. And now I release it all and make space for what is mine when it is mine. In perfect harmony with my life circumstances while expecting the best of tomorrow.

Because the guilt and shame and self-torture you go through when things don’t work according to what you’d like them to is the problem. It knocks you out of alignment and makes you feel like a loser who doesn’t understand the keys to manifesting her desires. Who doesn’t get what she wants.

Who must be a piece of shit if she can’t create a bazillion dollars as fast as those other people can. But life isn’t a race. Life isn’t about reaching some finish line first. Life is about the journey. Cliché but true. Life is about the delight of each day. Absolute presence. Alignment occurs in absolute presence in the here and now. It occurs when we stop feeling like we have to hold up the future by worrying about every possible worst case scenario.

Or that we can only heal by digging through the past memories we take as evidence of being the “loser” you accused yourself of being when you didn’t get what you wanted when you wanted it. But what if not getting what you want when you want it is really about you being trained for MORE.

That patience is like a college class with a lot of lessons along the way. One of my favorite quotes is from Bruce Almighty where Morgan Freeman (as God) states “do you think if you ask for patience God would give you patience, or he would give you something to be patient for?”. In this society we all need to cultivate more patience. We need to cultivate the ability to enjoy the ride and allow space for the deliciousness of now rather than the constant striving for “over there”.

It’s the same with the presence with our real selves inside. To be fully present with who you actually are rather than your worries and anxieties (the future) or your insecurities due to past abandonment (the past) and always wishing to become more. To be is different than to do. And when you feel you’re incomplete now you feel propelled to do more in order to “earn” completion.

Rather than accepting the complete beauty of who you are and where you are right the fuck now. Not once you lose weight. Not once you have a 6 figure business. Not once you meet your beloved. Not once you stop feeling so stressed. Not when you feel more in control. But now.

Accepting the reality of who you are now and loving the shit out of her is part of the nugget of what makes manifestation work. Because you must accept and lean into the beauty of now in order to be and stay aligned. To feel really juicy and good HERE and NOW is the key to having what you want LATER.

This conforms to the Law of Cause and Effect (one of the laws of the universe that I teach in my advanced course Manifesting Mastery) that states that each effect has a cause. So staying aligned now creates the tomorrow you desire. But when you torture yourself over not having now what you want then you keep pushing that “now” further and further into the future.

You cannot create a wonderful juicy bodacious life by feeling like shit about yourself here and now. You must accept and adore yourself so much that those positive changes you desire are inevitable. Like a tree bursting with flowers. You know that when the tree thrives those flowers are inevitable. They will bloom no matter what. You don’t have to force them or “try” to make the tree bloom.

You are the tree. You will bloom. But you must know it. You must believe it. You must exist there now.

And this is where the analogy of the vein of gold in Think and Grow Rich comes full circle.

In this analogy a man is out west during the gold rush and is mining a piece of land. He mines and mines for months on end. Getting little pieces of gold. Eventually though he quits and sells his land to the bulldozer operator who ends up finding a multi-million dollar vein of gold just 3 feet from where the man stopped digging. People usually interpret this analogy to mean that we must persist in the direction of our dreams. But what if it also means that you must persist in the BELIEF that you are your dreams.

Because without belief that it’s there it just withers away because your alignment withers and fades. Without alignment. None of it happens. Without alignment. You cannot create the reality you desire. YOU are the vein of gold. Your life is. Even if you’re not seeing the gold yet you must believe that it’s there in order for you to keep your motivation to keep digging.

I mean, why would you put forth all of that effort to mine if you didn’t think there was gold to be found? You wouldn’t. You know on some level that freedom, success, and joy are your natural state. It’s just those pesky limiting beliefs that get in the way. This is the focus of my course Vibrational Alignment – Manifesting Magic. We dive deep into the law of attraction, manifestation, and how Alignment is the #1 thing required so that you can create your reality.

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