Go Make Pies

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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...

  • All of life comes to me with ease, joy and glory.

    What I have learned is that we are all infinite beings with infinite power, abilities and access to infinite amounts of love.

    Look at nature and see how abundant it is, with plants, trees, birds, flies, animals abound. The same amount of abundance is available to each and every one of us.

    We are all infinite beings, we are equal, not better than, not worse than, but we all still have a unique essence (flavor). As an individual, you matter. You add something to the mix called life that only you can add. Honor that. Honor you. Know with every fiber of your being that you are valued and loved beyond words.

    The best thing you can do for anyone, including yourself, is to adore you, your body, and your life. Adoring yourself will allow you to receive the greatness of who you really be. By being that greatness of who you truly are, you will positively effect your environment just by breathing.

    What is your job here? Your job is to be the best that you can be.

    How do you do that? You do that by adoring your self, your body and your life. You allow yourself to expand into your greatness regardless of how uncomfortable it can be for others.

    Be easy on yourself! Nurture yourself. That is what the Universe wants from you.

    When you see someone achieving something great, take it as a sign that it has opened a door of greatness for you and others. Often when others win the lottery or get a sought-after, high-paying job, we can take it badly. Somehow, so many of us have developed a ‘pie mentality': if someone gets the coveted job, we think that a big portion of the pie is gone and we are left with just a smidgen.

    The reality is that when anyone gets a coveted job, wins the lottery or does well in business, it creates more pies, so that others have the opportunity to do the same.

    Go make pies. You deserve it, your friends and loved ones deserve it!

    You are a powerful infinite being. Be you and change the world!

    I love you. Thank you!

    Angela Gower-Johnson

    From childhood Angela Gower-Johnson has been gifted with the ability to tap into people's energy and thoughts. As she grew older, she embraced and enhanced this gift by seeking wise counsel and ancient teachings. Her natural curiosity and desire to deal with her own life challenges has lead her on a magical journey of spiritual and personal development that has spanned three decades. Now trained in over a dozen personal development methodologies, and having studied many of the world’s spiritual and religious practices, from Buddhism to Native American teachings, NLP and more, Angela can connect, empathize, coach and lead clients from every walk of life. Working with CEOs, artists and people just like you and me, Angela Gower-Johnson has an uncanny and unique ability to get huge results for her clients, even when they have “tried everything”. Currently her coaching and consulting practice provides a one of a kind experience with truly breakthrough results for those fortunate enough to work with her. She caters to a select group of "Intensive" Business and Corporate Coaching clients, and also offers breakthrough and personal coaching on an availability basis. To find out more and to receive Angela's "Tools for Change" newsletter, visit her at ultimatedreamproject.com.

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    1. Adamma
      Adamma says:

      Ah Angela thank you for this pearl. Certainly I am aware of the thoughts of being let down and being left out whenever someone else a “big” success. These things never appear for me only for others around me. When I was younger I created situations that worked for me or deemed as success and was slammed with judgement from others who believed they couldn’t have it too.

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