Learn 3 surprising ways you block having what you want in your relationships (and life) and how to unblock yourself.
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You fight what your head’s telling you all the time.
You beat yourself up when you make a mistake.
You're frustrated with yourself and you wish you saw yourself as others do.
You wish you could turn off the mean voice in your mind, so you finally have peace, clarity, and maybe even a smile.
Growing up, I felt I had to succeed to win my parents’ love. I felt pressure to be perfect and drove myself to chase ‘success’.
When I was getting my MFA in poetry, I exhausted myself trying to get my poems right. It got so bad I forget to shower or even eat. I’d write and revise, pushing away my then-husband so I could keep working. I tried and tried to get my writing just right… but in the end, I couldn’t get my poems to be good enough, at least in my mind.
Ouch… Sound familiar?
And the heartbreaking part, the part I can’t believe I’m actually confessing to you right now, is that I said things to myself in my mind that are so shameful.
Ugly things. Words I would never say to a friend. And yet, that voice spoke words that echoed in my memory.
So, I worked harder. I stayed up later. I got up earlier. I went to ridiculous lengths to try to satisfy the critical voice in my mind.
I worked my way out of good health, out of rest, and ultimately, out of my marriage.
Everything changed after I gave myself permission to live an imperfect life. I found more space to create and enjoy my life in the process!
Ten years later, I now have a business I love where I get to teach what I know, a great relationship with the love of my life, and the freedom to travel to dive and photograph cool ocean creatures.
If an uber-perfectionist like myself could do it, you can, too!
Can I share my secret? I call this finding my Aligned Mind — and now, I want to invite you to have the same experience and freedom that I, and my clients, get to have.
Imagine being able to handle any voice in your head with love, not fear.
Imagine how much easier your relationships will be with more confidence, less conflict.
Imagine how much more energy you'll have when you’re not distracted by doubts and confusion.
Imagine having the mental clarity to thrive in work, in life, and in love.
This six-week one-on-one experiential program will empower you with useful skills to stay clear, centered, and powerful in any situation, no matter what's going on in your head, so you can move through life with the ease and joy you deserve.
So, where do we start?
Identify and empower the Maestro of Your Mind so you have true control of your mindset…
Gain clarity on which parts of your mind are out of tune -- even creating a distracting, dissonant solo -- right now…
Recognize the motives and desires of each part of your mind and give them the space to be heard and loved without fear or shame…
Create a harmonious arrangement for every part of your mind to follow that’s guided by love, not selfishness, fear, or angst.
…And all so you can fully manifest your extraordinary potential and make your greatest impact on the world around you.
We connect via a one-hour weekly Zoom call for six consecutive weeks.
You gain customized growth work to implement after every call.
You have unlimited email access to me throughout our program together for questions and laser-focused coaching.
Anger and woundedness
Ariel put her Maestro and her Negotiator in charge before walking into mediation for her divorce, keeping her Wounded Wife in the background until she was alone later. Instead of taking 9 hours as expected, they were done in 3 and she got what she wanted.
Self-doubt and insecurity
Paula put her Maestro in charge so firmly that she no longer took the bait when her husband tried to pick a fight and he started giving her spontaneous compliments.
Pressure to perform and no time for his relationship
John realized that he had a deep inner conflict between his driven side and his relaxed side. Through learning to listen to and respect the relaxed side of himself, he began to succeed more at his work and his relationship improved because he started making time for it and was able to be present with his partner.
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