12 Principles to Rock Your Life

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If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I'd want to pass along to others...

  • 1) What matters in life is finding and maintaining a connection with the most brilliant version of yourself—beyond your physical body and who you know yourself to be. Developing a strong connection with the divine is essential for trusting your own knowing and following your intuition, which will always show you the right path.

    2) The question of whether you are worthy is irrelevant because your worth is already established simply by your presence here on earth. When you stop taking things personally and allow your bright light to shine, you cannot help but become magnetic to the right people and opportunities.

    3) What people think of you is not nearly as important as how you feel about yourself. Everyone will have a different opinion of you, which in no way reflect the perfection that you are. Never dim your light to please others. Have the courage to follow your truth. Live authentically and honor yourself.

    4) Pay close attention to how you feel without judgment. Your emotions communicate important messages to you– trust and follow them. Suppressing emotions will not only make you miserable, the dense energy will stay in your body, causing diseases.

    5) Vulnerability is one of the most powerful states of being. It shows a willingness to be open, risk hurt, yet confident that you will be okay no matter what.

    6) Participate in life with detached involvement. Trust that what you want will happen. Even if it doesn’t, you know that a greater good is on its way. Having no attachments to outcomes allows you to turn every situation into an advantage. Your happiness is not dependent on the happening of external circumstances.

    7) Rather than waiting to have your desires before feeling happy, develop an attitude of love, gratitude and excitement for what you want, trusting that it’s already yours. This will magnetize your desires in the physical realm. The universe is always providing what you are aligned with.

    8) Everyone who enters your life pushes you to a fuller expression of who you are. Be grateful even for those who have hurt you, because they bring awareness to the hidden parts of yourself so that you can heal and grow.

    9) Most people carry their old conditionings into adulthood and wonder why life doesn’t work out for them. Understand that you are not the same person anymore. You have the power to let go of the past in order to create a new present. Examine your beliefs and choose those that align with your desires.

    10) The ego attempts to keep us safe and small. That’s why we fear so much. However, the most profound experiences unfold when we courageously step outside of our comfort zones. The pain and struggles actually help us evolve to the next level.

    11) Surrendering to what is, helps you move forward because you are not resisting reality. When you accept reality, you are able to change it. Always keep growing no matter what happens– this is the key to success.

    12) Forgive often, not for the other person but for you, because the act of forgiveness allows you to reclaim your power.

    Maria Akopyan

    I am a transformational life and relationship coach specializing in helping young women struggling with unfulfilling relationships regain their confidence and self-worth to have the love they deserve. My life’s purpose is to empower people to live to their full potential, embrace their authenticity and shine their light vibrantly. Also, as a Reiki practitioner I am able to heal people’s energy. My educational background consists of a Bachelors Degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in psychology, philosophy and political science. I also have a Juris Doctor Degree from Whitter Law School. After graduating law school and pursuing the legal field, I knew I had to follow my real passion, which is inspiring people to raise their consciousness and self-love level. As a certified coach through the Coach Training Alliance, I create and lead coaching programs that guide people to mastering their psychology and confidently embarking on new life endeavors. My passion for psychology, quantum physics, and in-depth understanding of spiritual wisdoms enable a holistic transformation for my clients. I am in the process of publishing books, speaking on stages, and empowering more people to live and love vibrantly.

    For more information, please visit mariaakopyan.com.

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    1. Lina Nahhas
      Lina Nahhas says:

      This article is spot on! Thank you for posting this Ms. Akopyan, daily we forget these valuable things and it’s refreshing to read an article to help us in our daily lives.. I have to agree with this statement ” Everyone who enters your life pushes you to a fuller expression of who you are. Be grateful even for those who have hurt you, because they bring awareness to the hidden parts of yourself so that you can heal and grow.” We tend to be angry with the people who hurt us, but don’t realize that they are giving us a lesson in life about the “hidden” messages that which will help us overcome the issues we are currently facing.People come into our lives for the right reasons, even if they hurt us, they will help us grow. Again, I really appreciate you posting this!

      • Coach Akopyan
        Coach Akopyan says:

        Thank you so much Lina for your comment and positive feedback. I agree with you, the hardest part is being able to forgive those who hurt us because we hold on to so much anger, resentment and self-righteous feelings. However, the realization that this person is triggering so much within you is actually a way to dig deeper within yourself and see what lessons can come from it, perhaps that person is merely testing your strength or urging you to practice forgiveness more. In any case, they are supporting your evolution, even if it’s painful. I am happy you enjoyed this post!

    2. Chris Eduard
      Chris Eduard says:

      For me, principle nine is most powerful to remember…. yet I’m often forgetting to practice- thanks for reminding me !

    3. peter verin
      peter verin says:

      it strikes me how so very eloquent, insightful and comprehensive you are: #s 3,4 & 9 lend themselves least to quibbling…….
      thank you 3 times, if not more

    4. Stephen Uzelac
      Stephen Uzelac says:

      This article is way so me. As a guy, I spent over a decade writing what a Women would do in months. Dealing with the concept of what “everything” is when God is everything and God has been many things, it is like being protected by the snowy white mountain while being bound and constrained by snow flurries. An interesting philosophy that is a rather mature rebirth journey, I feel that your article endorses what I am trying to do with it perfectly.

    5. Jeffrey Kincaid
      Jeffrey Kincaid says:

      The article is meant for everyone, young and old, boy or girl, rich or poor, man and women, married or single, no matter who you are these are real, meaningful insights to growing. Thanks Maria.

    6. cris
      cris says:

      Thank you for such an authentic empowering gift of putting profound wisdoms into words as guides for a happy fulfilling life. So simple and filled with such generosity of spirit! You are a Gift and an Angel, so please keep on sharing your beautifully gentle loving insights to so many of us everywhere who need it and you can reach! All the very best, as you will receive for also doing and being your best:) — we’ll all be blessed by your continued, compassionate caring course you chose to do so much good! Thank you infinitely much and know you are in our hearts filled with gratitude for the light you shine and hope you bring with your sacred healing soothing work you clearly so enjoy! It’s obvious, and contagious!:) Wishing you every wellness and happiness always, and big hugs!


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