Apr 25, 2021
In this episode of Live Your Dreams Awake, I have the pleasure to have as my guest a woman who I feel I have many similarities in our journeys. Natasha Gray is a Success Mastery Coach and she will share her personal experience in her struggle to maintain a long-term loving relationship, which she attributes to her childhood trauma. In our conversation, we talked about her entrepreneurial journey, self-love, trauma, and how she healed herself. Listen and take home great inspiration to accept that there’s a need for healing whatever wounds you have had from the past.
Also, I am inviting you all to join my Masterclass Series where you can get to join my live Q&A sessions. I have prepared incredible bonus training and you get access to my brand new videos. These will help on how to activate your home to call more abundance and prosperity in your life. These training sessions are also available in my Powerhouse Pop-Up group, if you are not part of this group yet, JOIN NOW!
Would you like to add some more prosperity into your life? I would recommend enhancing your home with two different types of plants. One is called a lucky bamboo plant and the Jade plant is also known as the money plant. To attract more money and prosperity into your life, focus on bringing upward growing plants like the lucky bamboo plant and the Jade plant into your home and we'll see you have more prosperity in your life.
WHAT WE COVER DURING THIS EPISODE:
Book that Natasha recommends:
Toxic Parents: Overcoming Their Hurtful Legacy and Reclaiming Your Life by Susan Forward and Craig Buck
CONNECT WITH NATASHA BRAY:
"There is so much freedom with an online business and you're just not tied to having to be in a certain place." - Natasha Bray
"I truly believe I wouldn't be where I am now, if that's not where I started learning about marketing and how to sell things, because I have no business experience prior to that." - Natasha Bray
"When you heal yourself, it ripples into every area of my life." - Natasha Bray
"It's okay to put your needs first, whatever that is; it's okay to say no to things that don't feel right to you, to honor yourself in that." - Natasha Bray
"It's not necessarily the event that happened to you, it's the feeling you had at that time, that creates the imprint in the body that affects you." - Natasha Bray