Should You Sacrifice Your Financial Stability to Pursue Your Dreams?

Do you have to sacrifice your financial stability in order to build your dreams?

Many of the people I work with have asked me things like:

“Do I have to give up my job in order to pursue my dream? It’s safe and comfortable, but what I REALLY want is to be pursuing something else…”

“But I’m worried that if I go for my dream and it doesn’t work out, I’ll have given up everything that I’ve built up until now. What should I do?” (more…)

Why Celebrating My First Mother’s Day at Age 17 Was Actually a Blessing

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My sons, Rich Boggs and John Boggs – age 5

Mother’s Day is often a day of reflection for me.

I celebrated my first Mother’s Day at the age of 17, and while that may sound scary for some, it was actually a blessing for me.

Whether you’re a mother or not, I’m sure you’ve had moments in your life that have rocked your world in a big way. We’ve all been there.

It’s what we do when we stare down the seemingly impossible situations in our lives that show us what we’re truly capable of. (more…)

Are You Drinking Poison, and Expecting the Other Person to Die?

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Some relationships can make letting go of resentment seem impossible.

They can feel so unhealthy or toxic that, once we finally get out of them, all we want to do is leave them in the past and keep moving forward.

We have no desire to reconcile with the other person who we may feel has wronged or betrayed us…

And we may even look for ways to avoid running into them out there in the world, because we don’t want to be reminded of our negative or painful experience.

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3 Strange Ways to Improve Your Love Life

In celebration of Valentine’s Day, today I’d like to share three strange ways that you can greatly improve your love life. If you’re single and looking to meet that someone special, I think that you’ll find these three tips truly helpful…

And if you’re not single, feel free to share this blog post with someone in your life who isn’t in a relationship, but who would love to be! I’m sure they’ll thank you for sharing this information with them.

These three strange ways that you can greatly improve your love life come to you courtesy of my son, love and relationships expert, Mat Boggs.

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What the Dalai Lama Told Me About His Enemies That Will Cause You to Rethink Your Relationships


Many years ago, I received an invitation to travel to Dharamsala, India, the seat of Tibet’s government in exile, to meet His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

The group I represented at the time was to be interviewed to see whether or not we would have the opportunity to co-facilitate three week-long meetings with the Dalai Lama and other world leaders, to discuss how to solve the world’s most pressing problems.

Naturally, I said “Yes!”

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Happy Holidays! (Plus, a FREE Gift to Help You Create an Extraordinary 2017)

 

When I was growing up, every Christmas, my dad would tell us a story about how love manifests through human beings.

The telling of this story has become a holiday tradition in my family. My sons now tell this story to their children at Christmas, and one day, my grandchildren will pass it on to their children, too.

The holiday story goes like this…

There once was a kind and decent man. He was generous to his family. He was upright in his dealings with others, but he just didn’t believe all that incarnation stuff which churches proclaim at Christmastime. (more…)

A Simple Gratitude Practice to Bring to Your Thanksgiving Dinner Table

It’s sometimes easy to forget that Thanksgiving isn’t just about turkey and pumpkin pie.

Thanksgiving is about reflecting on and appreciating all of the good things that we have in our lives.

Many people will sit around their Thanksgiving dinner table and share something that they feel grateful for, and this is a wonderful way to set the tone for a heartfelt gathering.

But instead of just sharing one thing that you’re grateful for, although you could do that…

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A Powerful Practice for Spicing Up a Stale Relationship

Do you feel that your relationship has lost its spark? If so, you’re not alone!

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10 Simple Ways to Spice Up a Stale Relationship on thebridalbox.com

Over the years, I’ve worked with countless clients who looked like they “had it all” from the outside: fulfilling careers, comfortable lives, and beautiful families.

Yet after just a few minutes of speaking with them, they’d often confess that something BIG was missing from their lives. Despite their success, they found themselves struggling to connect with their long-term partners.

And every time I meet someone who’s run into this kind of roadblock in their relationship, I think back to something that happened to me many years ago.

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Is It “Unspiritual” to Love Money?

Is it wrong to love money? Does loving money make you a less spiritual person?

I used to think so… until an evening in an auditorium changed everything.

It started with a speech that initially shocked and offended me

I’d been studying transformational principles of success since 1971, and one of my most pivotal learning experiences came very soon after I’d started.

That year, I traveled across the country to listen to a man speak.

He was highly successful, to the point where he was filling Lincoln Hall every week in New York City, while teaching people how to transform their lives.

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Comments (39)

  • Wonderful message and a good antidote to the pervasive messaging in today’s culture. I am a newly ordained minister teaching metaphysical perspectives of Scripture. In the parable of the “rich young man” I found that Jesus doesn’t tell him to “Give all your possessions to the poor.” Rather there’s a distinct step beforehand; he said go “SELL your possessions and give to the poor.” To SELL something we must contemplate its value, both the value its had for us, the effort it took to acquire that, and the value of what we’re sharing.

  • I recognize my limiting beliefs and want to change them.

  • Sushil Trivedi

    INTERESTING

  • Hi Mary, thank you Soo much for your incredibly inspiring story!! It moved me deeply and I felt a big shift thank you from the depth of my soul. Bless you and all your loved ones now & always. I am a spiritual director working on my first book now and hope to speak to you in person one day. I may also upgrade my coaching skills with one of your programs as well.

    In loving Reverence,
    Milena Vigliotta

    • Mary Morrissey

      Milena… I’m so happy to read your comment! We will definitely get to meet each other soon. Congratulations for keeping up the good work and for taking your coaching skills to the next level. Please feel free to email our team at clientcare@marymorrissey.com if you should experience any trouble or if you need help while going thru the program.

  • i would like to learn to love money and stay spiritual.

  • What can you say about the Bible passage that says that the love of money is root of all evil 1Timothy 6:10.

    Thank you

    Nweze Paul

    • Mary Morrissey

      Thank you for your message Paul. I would like to share with you the comments from Lisa S.:

      “Wonderful message and a good antidote to the pervasive messaging in today’s culture. I am a newly ordained minister teaching metaphysical perspectives of Scripture. In the parable of the “rich young man” I found that Jesus doesn’t tell him to “Give all your possessions to the poor.” Rather there’s a distinct step beforehand; he said go “SELL your possessions and give to the poor.” To SELL something we must contemplate its value, both the value its had for us, the effort it took to acquire that, and the value of what we’re sharing.”

      I think it makes a lot of sense! We can love money, abundance, but always holding GRATITUDE as a vane!

      Have a great day!

  • Oscar Osorio

    Thank you for that video. It’s liberating!

  • David Leon

    Money doesn’t necessarily lead to freedom, because it doesn’t necessarily help you overcome fear – fear of death and fear of living like you have nothing to lose. For that, you need to realize that “death only happens to other people.” I would be happy to explain what this means. Please feel free to contact me (dleon19@atlanticbb.net) to request an explanation. Be brave, David

  • Thank you Mary, I really needed to hear these words of wisdom!

  • It is lovely to have money and go shopping and buy what you want.it is lovely not to have any worries over money. Years ago I sold my house and gave my money to a group I belonged to. I volunteered to work for and live with the group. I decided a year or two later I didn’t like what I was doing.and went back to my home town. All I had was$20.00. I found a friend who was willing to rent me a room and wait for the cash. I did any kind of work until I finally got back to what I liked to do. Now I have a beautiful home and enough pensions to live a happy life. I am 86 years old

    • Mary Morrissey

      Oh dear Cynthia, thank you for sharing your journey with us! I love it! It truly is an inspiring one… please share it with as many people as you can. Also share this article if you may, thru email or thru facebook… Im sure your comments will move many souls!

  • Rosheni Moodley

    Awesome stuff to learn frm,Never thgt of money in dat way!

  • Yeah thank you mary
    Now i fully understand and i will find im my subconscious any blockages and i will replace them. Love money love life love human species .
    you agree because love is what that attract thing love money attract money. Love is our magnet.

    • Mary Morrissey

      Thank you for your words Josue! Yes, LOVE is our magnet!
      Please share this with your friends and family and stay tuned for the next articles at: marymorrisseyblog.com

  • I live in an economy where money has little value but I have constantly declared that money in my hand has value and somehow I get to do a lot with the little I have.
    As for being spiritual….even God wants us to be rich and it is him that gives wisdom to get wealth. So in my own understanding money only implies what a man really stands for. That is if a man is spiritual, money will give him better opportunities to explore his spirituality. If otherwise, money will only aggravate his non spiritual tendencies.

  • I believe that since money is needed, a person should love what they do to make money, honest money. People should love to care for themselves with. Their money, not love but appreciate what money has and can do for you, help make the earth better with money since it came from the earth.

  • Money is one of my best friends that I like to share with everyone that I love and respect.
    Money will tell you about alot of people. If they are really your friends or NOT. If you have the money you need, you need no body. Your independence and you, will find your true self. Money is Green energy, you can empower or disempower, Who are You Really?

  • David Humphrey

    Mary…I LOVE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • It is very interesting I get a lesson

  • Jagdish Jariwala

    Attachment from inside brings sorrow and pain.

  • I have always said I don’t want to be rich I want to be comfortable. Able to pay bills on time, take trips, and help others. But it seems I always struggle with my finances.

  • Eulalia c vann

    If I have extra money I will be able to pursue my dream of helping the homeless in my community. To me money is a blessing and if it is use /shared with the people that really needs it.

  • Elizabeth Vogt-quillen

    Money is only a form of energy. I love energy in all its forms. I love money and money loves me. I agree with him.I would have only thought of the germs that are now on his lips. Ewe

    • Mary Morrissey

      Thanks for your comment Elizabeth! Love it!

      Please share the article with friends and family… it will be nice to read how they feel about money…

  • Seham Fahmy

    True and well-said; money is the source of freedom, independence, and satisfaction provided that it is well-gotten and well spent.

  • Seham Fahmy

    True and wwell-said; money is the source of freedom, independence, and satisfaction provided that it is well-gotten and well spent.

  • Mary it is 4:52 am. And reading your email. Thanks for your message. I have always been told that “you don’t know how people with money got it”. And so made me always think of money as EVIL.nasty on clean. I like to work honestly for my money but is never enough. I feel sad now because all these years have passed and no matter how much I pray asking god to fill my need I guess I have to wait on the lord but I want to learn how to love money. I need your help

    • Mary Morrissey

      Hi Chitra. Thank you for sharing this part of your journey! I really appreciate it. Please make sure you email clientcare@marymorrissey.com My team there will happily send you some tools with the ones you can start working on building your dreams and step by step approaching to each of your goals!

      Keep it up and please share the article if you liked it!

  • Interesting.
    I had a dream about money last night, after which I woke up and reassured myself that money was just an element of exchange.
    Clearly I have blocks around openly admitting my desire for more…
    Thanks for “showing up” with confirmation-don’t you love synchronicity?
    Keep up the good work

  • Hi Mary

    In 1 Timothy 6:10 the Bible states :”For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil”… and in Ecclesiastes 10:19 : “…but money answers everything”…

    So I think the focus should not be on the LOVE for money, but more on the GOOD that acquiring it can have to those around us. Money must serve us and not us money.

    Thank you so much for your inspiration and positive seed that you are sowing. May your harvest be TRULY BLESSED!!!

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