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Upgrade your Money Blueprint
I am a WILDLY WEALTHY WOMAN
I love money and money loves me.
How is your relationship with money?
Do you nourish it, cherish it, spend time with it, tell it that you love it and are grateful for it being around?
It’s like any other relationship in your life, if you want a great relationship, and have an abundance of it you need to begin to treat it with love and respect. It wasn’t until I changed my own inner blueprint and shifted into an abundance vibration I started to see my income skyrocket.
If you have a big vision to impact and do amazing things in this world it’s disrespectful for you to not create the money that is available to you & bring your vision to life. It’s disrespectful for you not to heal the world because of your own limiting story about what money is and what it means.
It is and means whatever you choose.
I believe money is beautiful, I believe money is healing, I believe money is magic, I believe money is spontaneous, I believe money is nurturing, I believe money is loving, I believe money is powerful, I believe money is expansive, I believe money is fun……..
What do you believe about money??
What story have you created that has you earning exactly what you have chosen to earn right now? The money you are earning is a choice?
Changing your story around money will change the energy from which you create it & also how you use it to serve.
I teach people how I 10x my income from 4K a month to 40k a month in less than 90 days……
Money is at the core of it just energy, a beautiful energy that wants to play with you if you will allow yourself to receive it. Most people do not allow themselves to receive because they don’t feel worthy.
Money is a way to serve at a higher level….. ourselves, our families and the impact we are destined to make in the world and goddess no one is being serve by you playing small and staying broke.
I believe you are capable of so much more so let me show you just how worthy you are divine woman.
Women are born leaders. And to step into your powerful leadership, you need to shift your relationship with money. Money has epic healing powers when it is used to inspire positive change.
Money with soul is one of the most healing commodities on the planet.
Love yourself first and everything else falls into line.
Self love is a body, mind & soul connection! Its about loving the skin your in & honouring the vessel that you have been blessed with to walk this earth.
Our feelings of unworthiness and ‘not-enough-ness’ stem from our programming, limiting beliefs, unhealed wounding and lack of Self-love. I believe practicing Self-love and Self-connection is a constant process and we continue to learn and grow through this our whole life.
Loving yourself is an art and a practise most of us women have lost touch with. We are so self critical and can fall into self sabotage when we do not honour ourselves. We tend to look for validation in all the wrong places always outside ourselves instead of working on feeling whole and complete as the unique beautiful beings we are and always have been. The most important relationship we will ever work on is the one we have with ourselves.
We spend all our time not feeling good enough, not pretty enough, not skinny enough, not smart enough and the list goes on……..
We live in such a disconnected world where we are programmed to believe we are not good enough without….. the fancy clothes that make you look skinnier, the make up that makes you prettier, where the new latest craze is big boobs this week, or a big butt the next, oh wait its big lips today and now its back to a rail thin size 2. We are constantly being programmed and condition to let others dictate what beauty is to us instead of deciding for ourselves which ultimately means we allow others to determine our worth in the world this causes us to judge others and ourselves for not being perfect.
Its TIME to stop this craziness and start spending our time getting to know what WE like, honoring ourselves and saying no to what doesn’t serve us & yes to what does. Its time to start empowering ourselves by understanding who we are on a soul level, speaking our truth and asking for what we want without being afraid.
“Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it. ” – M. Scott Peck
What is self love….?
Self-love does not mean ‘perfection’. It doesn’t mean getting it right all of the time.
It is about having a CONSCIOUS RELATIONSHIP WITH YOURSELF.
It is about taking the time to know yourself and your behaviours, your wounds, your trauma, your blocks and transforming everything that does not serve you.
It is about sending love to the parts of yourself that you have neglected.
It is about making friends with your shadows and turning your pain into power.
It is about coming back to wholeness and choosing to operate from love.
Are you ready to truly step into your power and operate from love not fear??
If the answer is YES its time to go on the Scared Journey Back To Self.
SELF-LOVE HOLDS THE KEY TO HAVING EVERYTHING YOU DESIRE IN LIFE...
Don’t be surprised if you also get your sexy back, lose weight, supercharge your romance, find a new beau, connect with your healing powers, become a manifesting goddess and fall deeply in love with yourself……. its all ENERGY
Why is self worth so important to making unlimited income….?
You will never out earn what you believe your worth so this is where we start the work on making goddess diva money……….
Now we have the strategy, the vehicle and the blueprint to make it happen so all thats left is YOU making the decision your ready to become WILDLY WEALTHY.
Raise your worth, raise your wealth, raise your divine soul.
Your new MANTRA
My vibration is now aligned to make and receive millions with LOVE, EASE AND GRACE. I gently clear all karmic patterns and family conditioning from every cell of my being with LOVE. I release the social conditioning around money and a woman’s right to earn as much money as she desires without shame or guilt.
Our human compassion binds us the one to the other – not in pity or patronizingly, but as human beings who have learnt how to turn our common suffering into hope for the future.
This world is messy. It’s noisy and messy and often disheartening. But if we are to survive and thrive so that we can love the people in our circles of impact and make a difference in this world (small or big – all of it matters), we must not lose hope.
Scanning for hope and beauty is an act of self-compassion or self-preservation, and also of courage and love. It takes tremendous courage to keep our hearts soft, willing, and open in the midst of uncertainty, fear, and heartache.
(There are times it feels easier to give up and in these seasons it can be helpful to look outside of ourselves to find a reason to keep going. This might be your children, it could be your beloved pet, it could be anger at injustice that fuels your inner fire and propels you to keep using your gifts, voice, and resources to advocate for the changes you want to see in the world.)
Hope is a realistic sense of optimism or attitude of mind based on an expectation of positive outcomes and it has a couple of key characteristics: a sense of agency (the feeling of control over actions and their consequences) and the belief that you can produce alternative routes or pathways to your desired goals.
What this means is that we can witness injustice and the reality that there is much in life we do not have control over and still choose to take responsibility for what we can control. We see that no matter what, we can keep building an imperfect and beautiful life, and finding our way forward, imperfectly – on purpose.
I choose to stubbornly keep looking for hope.
Does hope mean I anticipate getting exactly what I long for? Does it mean things always “work out for the best? Nope. But I think it means that no matter what, there is still light. No matter what, I will taste joy and experience beauty again. No matter what, I am loved and I can try to help others know they are loved too.
It means I don’t quit. I’ve decided. This one thing is settled. I. Won’t. Quit.
Healing means confronting your own issues so you can fix them. We all have silent battles, those that we refuse to talk to others about or even admit them to ourselves. Maybe because we don’t want to face the reality that we are broken. Maybe you got hurt before and someone left you devastated. Maybe you feel insecure about yourself and the relationship that you’re in. Maybe you don’t see yourself worthy enough. Maybe you are pretending to be strong but the truth is you are struggling inside and you can’t find the strength to fix what’s been broken for a long time. Well, let me tell you this. You can never heal from your own wounds if you won’t acknowledge that you have issues to work on. Healing requires addressing what’s wrong to make things right.
Healing means accepting who you are — flaws and all. Stop beating yourself up for not being able to accomplish things at a certain point. Stop beating yourself up when things don’t go as you planned. Stop beating yourself up for not being perfect. You’re human. You make mistakes. You stumble. You’re human and you can never be perfect no matter how you try to be. You’re flawed, but who isn’t? You can never heal if you can’t accept who you really are. Healing requires self-love and self-acceptance.
Healing means being scared but doing it anyway. You might have been traumatized by a certain thing and it has made you box yourself because you think that way nobody could harm you. You found your safety in there. But that doesn’t necessarily mean you are healed. You have to let go of the fear that the past is going to repeat itself. Of course, you can never see what happens ahead. But learning how to deal with fear and being able to face it with a brave heart will eventually take you to a place of healing. Because healing requires you putting yourself out there even if it scares you.
Healing means letting go of pain. You might have your heart broken a million times and you find it hard to trust anyone or even let anyone in. You might have always found yourself giving too much, loving too much, and that people took advantage of your kind heart. But I am here to tell you, they all just played a part in your life to make you stronger and wiser. And their role is over. What happened in the past shouldn’t interfere with your future. Let go of what hurt you. Because if you keep holding on to the pain of your past, you are never going to be truly happy. You are never going to heal from what you won’t even let go of.
Healing means forgiving those who hurt you including yourself. You might have done stupid things when you were young, or you might even have resentment toward yourself, your friends, your parents, or even to your past relationships. But if you want to heal, you have to forgive those who wounded you. You have to forgive them not because they deserve it. But because you want to be healed and free yourself from people and things that once broke you. Forgive them and forgive yourself, too.
Healing means allowing yourself to love again.It means letting yourself trust again. It means allowing yourself to be vulnerable to others and believing that not everyone will hurt you. And if someone does, it only means you understand that life comes with challenges not to break you again, but to teach you lessons and make you an even stronger human being.
Purpose. It’s such a powerful word, and a lot of us still fear it, while others are already living it.
But what is a purpose and why should you want to find yours?
Your purpose is your contribution to this world. It is what you are here for. What you have been born for. And your purpose is unique to you. It is your calling. Only you can follow your own purpose and make your difference in this world. Nobody else will. And that’s the reason why you matter. You have something amazing to offer.
If you haven’t found your purpose yet, don’t worry. Nobody says it’s easy. But I’m sure you will want to find it if you aspire to live your best and most meaningful life. You have one life. And you are unique. And that’s why you need to start looking for your purpose NOW.
Let’s climb into the driver seat of our lives and find our true purpose to make a difference in this world. It’s hard work. But it’s totally worth it.
In this post, I walk you through the 7 steps to finding your purpose.
1. Love yourself
To start the journey to your purpose, there is one vital thing you need: love yourself.
Self-love is not egotistical, nor arrogant. It is something you need to become happy and fulfilled in life. It’s the first step towards finding your purpose: Only when you love yourself, you will want to make your life better and invest in yourself.
Only then you will feel “worthy enough” to look for your purpose in the first place. Then you will know you deserve to feel happy and fulfilled!
Look at yourself in the mirror and name what you like about yourself. Make a list of things you do well. Regularly take breaks. Say nice things to yourself and reward yourself.
2. Be honest with yourself
Stop and take a look at your life. Without judging, analyze whether you are satisfied with your life.
Do you feel fulfilled? Is there something that’s holding you back? Do you love what you are doing or is it making you feel tired? Is your gut telling you that this may not be what you want? Is it harder than it is supposed to be?
If anything is feeling not quite right, you must first learn to admit it and don’t deny or even ignore it. You need to be honest with yourself. Only then you can find your true purpose.
Free your mind
Free your mind by distancing yourself from all the thoughts you don’t need. If you are constantly being bombarded with thousands of thoughts, it’s nearly impossible to focus.
An amazing way to calm down your thoughts and learn to control them is meditation. Sit down, close your eyes and breathe. Let go. And when the thoughts appear, look at them from a distance, without digging into them, without getting into the drama. Let them go again without judging them and bring the focus back to your breathing.
Take distance from other people’s thoughts
Other people won’t understand your decisions. It’s fine and you should not expect them to understand. There will always be people thinking you’re stupid or silly. People judge, no matter what you’re doing. Don’t listen to them. Don’t try to fulfill anyone else’s expectations. This is your life and you decide.
4. Make time for self-discovery
You have freed your mind and detached yourself from the pressure of other people’s thoughts. But what is now the right thing to do? To find out, you first need to figure out who you are. I know it sounds like a cliche, but it stays true for everyone. This quote by Jay Shetty explains exactly what I mean with this:
You don’t know what you need in life until you figure out who you are.
You cannot expect to know what you want or need if you’ve never invested time in getting to know yourself. Make time for yourself, make space to reflect. The time you spend looking for your true self never is wasted time.
5. Look for what energizes you
To find your purpose, you first need to look for what energizes you. Ask yourself these questions: What gives me energy and motivates me? What is it that makes me loose sense of time? What is it that makes me feel fulfilled? This can be literally everything. May it be reading, cooking, watching movies, seeing friends. It doesn’t matter.
What does matter is that it gives you energy.
6. Transform the thing that energizes you into your purpose
Your purpose comes into question the moment you’ve found out what makes you feel energized. The next step now in finding your purpose is: How can I help others with it? How can I use this to make a change in this world?
If you love to read, then maybe become a book reviewer and help people chose their lecture. If you love cooking, then start creating your own recipes, write a cookbook, or maybe start your own cooking show! Your passion is writing? Start a blog or write a book! You just love talking to people and inspire them to do something specific? Become a teacher or even a public speaker!
Your possibilities are endless, and you are most definitely going to find what is right for you. I am a hundred percent sure.
7. Don’t give up
The last but not least important step is not to give up. Ever. It may happen that what you’ve first taken for your purpose turns out not to be the right thing either.
But this is the very moment you need to decide to go on.
Life is a huge process of trial and error, and no matter how often you need to reorientate, refresh your mind, reinvent yourself… it is all freaking worth it. Because you were born to find and live your purpose and to contribute something to this world.
The world needs you.NOW.
You don’t want to end up feeling sorry for yourself, nor for the world. That’s why you need to start your journey NOW, without ever looking back.
We live in a world where a lot of people are afraid to show us who they really are. A world where “I am fine” is what people say when they couldn’t be feeling worse. A world where vulnerability is only seen to be for the faint-hearted. A time where people have never felt more alone in this widely connected and globalized world.
Yet it does not surprise me at all. If it has been so normalized to run away from our own emotions, which are a very normal part of the human experience, then how can we be a shelter to another person’s heart? When instead of trying to know what shakes the person in front of you, what keeps them awake at night, or what makes their soul shine, we just want to pass time blabbering about mundane things and anything that’s stripped of real emotions. Then it’s normal for people to feel so lifeless.
I wish more people knew that vulnerability is cool, that their fears are valid, and that their pain needs to be heard. You are not an outlier. I am sorry if society tries to shut you up. I am sorry if people don’t give your heart the space to breathe through the storms. I am sorry if you’ve opened up to the wrong people and decided that it’s better to keep it all to yourself. You are brave and you are strong and you are a person of real substance. You are a rare gem in this world because you choose to show your humanness, because you choose to speak about your worries and dreams and shortcomings just as much as the pretty and shiny things. You are real.
My hope for this world is for people to feel more heard, for people to allow themselves to be less shielded, knowing they’ll be met with more ‘me toos’ and a willingness to understand. I hope that when someone comes to speak to you about their trauma and grievance, you try to be a safe space for their trembling voice. I hope that when someone shows you the less confident side of themselves, you show them it’s okay. I hope that when someone speaks their heart out about their passion, you try to be truly interested in the details.
I truly hope that in a time where people focus on success and perfection and being admired, we might also have the ability to be our rawest selves without ever feeling less of a person because of it.
Society has this way of making us feel as though we should be at a certain place at a certain time. This fictitious timeline of life is not only terrifying but detrimental to our self-worth, and we’re all victim to this at some point. It makes you question your own path, your own accomplishments, and your own dreams; eventually, you’ll begin to question where you fall on this timeline in relation to those around you. There is always somebody who seemingly has a better life, who is further ahead, snatching those opportunities that feel out of your reach. Who has the education, the money, the relationship, that seemingly has it all put together. But comparison is the thief of joy. We’re all guilty of it, but it robs us of celebrating our own achievements for what they are.
Bigger house, bigger promotion, bigger bank balance. The goalposts are constantly shifting, moving further from our reach as we struggle to obtain this nonexistent utopia of success. Those around you seem to be moving on, advancing, pursuing their objectives, and it’s easy to feel static, as though you can’t keep up. When did life become this race that we were shoved into without consent, our mind forcing us to participate? We question whether we’ve done enough. Our wins in life suddenly are not good enough, and the more we seek more to satisfy that feel-good reaction, the more we lose sight of what’s important.
Society is particular about the categories that constitute a win. Engagements, wealth, promotions, obtaining the big house, pregnancy announcements, they all fit. Anything other than the social norm does not. We rarely celebrate independence, travel, skills, or hobbies. It’s no wonder it’s so easy to feel like you’re not doing well enough. Life is meant to be full of joy, but where is the joy in constantly comparing your own life to your assumption of those around you? Your time will come when it’s meant to come.
It’s time to focus on what you do have, what you have achieved, and the successes that are yet to come, because these leave us with something exciting to look forward to. We are singular entities on our own paths that simply cannot be compared. No two stories are the same, nor should they be. Forget their milestones, it’s yours that are important. You can’t walk someone else’s journey, nor should you want to, because yours will be just as good. It’s not only important to be in the moment, but use that moment to look around at what we do have with gratitude.
Celebrate each other’s wins no matter how big or small. Life is relative, and we have to learn to trust the timing and trust the process. Take this timeline for what it is—an illusion.
Mental illness. Therapy. Medication. Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar. Suicide. Self-harm. Any of these words dropped in a conversation are sure to cause people to shift and squirm in their seats and cause some discomfort. But why? Why has there been a stigma surrounding these topics for so long in our world, especially now in the midst of a pandemic?
People have no qualms with going to the doctor for physical ailments. “I broke my leg.” Go to the doctor. “I’m really sick.” Go to the doctor. “I’m having back pains.” Go to the doctor. The same sentiment goes for medications as well. “I have a headache.” Take some ibuprofen. “My eyes itch and I can’t stop sneezing.” Take Claritin. “I can’t sleep.” Take some melatonin. When it comes to these physical ailments that have a cause that can be quickly traced back to, most people have no problem taking medication and seeking out medical attention, so why is there such an issue doing the same when it comes to our mental health?
Our mind is everything about us. We are the only person we are with 24/7, so why not make sure our minds are healthy as well? The goal for most people in life is to be comfortable and happy, and that all starts with you and your mind.
Yeah, yeah, I’ve heard all of the “it’s just in your head!”
“You’re thinking too much!”
“You just need to let it go!”
“You’re too sensitive, you need to toughen up!”
And while yes, technically some of those sentiments are true, they aren’t really helping anything or anyone and only pushes the stigma to grow even further. Imagine if someone you loved came to you saying they were having problems with anxiety, and instead of saying, “Maybe you’re thinking too much, you should relax and let it go,” you opened up the table for discussion and tried to understand what they’re feeling and why. Or if someone came to you and told you they were having thoughts of suicide and self-harm, instead of saying, “It’s just in your head, you need to toughen up,” you helped them seek out the correct type of help that they needed.
I’m not saying therapy and medication is a magical cure or that it’s even for everybody, because everybody is different and handles things differently. But what I am saying is, coming from firsthand experience, once you overcome that stigma and reach out for help, things start to change for the better.
We as a society need to end the stigma. There is no shame in having a mental illness. There is no shame going to therapy. There is no shame in having to take medication. Once we start opening the lines of communication with each other, we can start understanding each other better, which is what we need the most right now.