Mary Says …
I would like to tell you a little about my own transformative journey, and how I discovered what it takes to achieve longstanding results. The very results which you would like to generate in your life. I want to give you a very real reason why I am committed to taking action and supporting others to do the same
I found that one must do much more than just set an intention: one must make a commitment to taking action. Otherwise, it is easy to become distracted by the day-to-day minutiae of life, and goals and dreams are moved to the back burner. Making a commitment to something means that you follow through no matter what. Your goals and the action it takes to bring them into fruition are your number one priority. So, unless you are at that place of commitment, an intention becomes nothing more than a wish.
When I was diagnosed with cancer, I made a commitment to an alternative protocol to cure it. I tried my best to change my habits, and I made some progress. The progress was beset by setbacks, and with cancer that’s playing with fire.
On my own I wasn’t making it. The knowing what I should do always bumped up against my unconscious resistance and old habits. So I took every penny I could scrape together, money no one thought I should spend, and staked it all to go to the Arcadia Clinic in Germany. Without the intensive and integrated support I received there, it’s very doubtful I could have succeeded on my own.
Instead I am in remission and still receive ongoing coaching to stay in remission. So not only from my training and clients, but in my own life situation, I know the level of commitment it takes to have the real life breakthroughs we so want, but that seem just out of reach.
Because of my intuitive gifts, I can provide you with quick answers to your questions. Much more importantly however, I can work with you to give you the tools and support that you need to transform those answers into the committed, consistent action that produces results.
You have a dream, I am a facilitator for dream achievement.